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Beta Aquilae

Beta Aquilae is a binary star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. Based on parallax measurements obtained during the Hipparcos mission, it is approximately 44.7 light-years from the Sun. Its two components are designated Beta Aquilae A for ...

                                               

Chi Aquilae

Chi Aquilae is the Bayer designation for a binary star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila, the eagle. This system is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye at a combined visual magnitude of +5.29. Based upon parallax measurements made ...

                                               

CoRoT-2b

CoRoT-2b is the second extrasolar planet to be detected by the French-led CoRoT mission, and orbits the star CoRoT-2 at a distance of 700 light years from Earth towards the constellation Aquila. Its discovery was announced on 20 December 2007. Af ...

                                               

COROT-3b

CoRoT-3b is a brown dwarf or massive extrasolar planet with a mass 21.66 times that of Jupiter. The object orbits an F-type star in the constellation of Aquila. The orbit is circular and takes 4.2568 days to complete. It was discovered by the Fre ...

                                               

Eta Aquilae

Eta Aquilae is the Bayer designation for a multiple star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila, the eagle. It was once part of the former constellation Antinous. On average, this star has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.87, making it one of ...

                                               

FF Aquilae

FF Aquilae is a classical Cepheid variable star located in the constellation Aquila. It ranges from apparent magnitude 5.18 to 5.51 over a period of 4.470848 days, meaning it is faintly visible to the unaided eye in rural or suburban settings. Or ...

                                               

Gamma Aquilae

Gamma Aquilae, formally known as Tarazed, is a star in the constellation of Aquila. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 2.712, making it readily visible to the naked eye at night. Parallax measurements place it at a distance of 395 light-years ...

                                               

Gliese 752

Gliese 752 is a binary star system in the Aquila constellation. This system is relatively nearby, at a distance of about 19 light years. This system consists of two M-type stars. The primary star is the magnitude 9 Gliese 752 A. The secondary sta ...

                                               

GRS 1915+105

GRS 1915+105 or V1487 Aquilae is an X-ray binary star system which features a regular star and a black hole. It was discovered on August 15, 1992 by the WATCH all-sky monitor aboard Granat. "GRS" stands for "GRANAT source", "1915" is the right as ...

                                               

HD 179791

HD 179791 is suspected variable star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is a challenge to see with the naked eye even under good viewing conditions, having an apparent visual magnitude of 6.48. The distance to HD 179791 can be estimate ...

                                               

HD 179821

HD 179821 is a yellow supergiant star in the constellation of Aquila, surrounded by a detached dust shell. It is a semi-regular variable and either a moderate-mass post-AGB star or distant massive yellow hypergiant among the largest known stars.

                                               

HD 183263 b

HD 183263 b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star HD 183263. This planet has a minimum mass of 3.6 times more than Jupiter and takes 625 days to orbit the star. The planet was discovered on January 25, 2005 using multiple Doppler measurements ...

                                               

HD 187923

HD 187923 is a suspected variable star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is a dim star that is just visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 6.148. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 37.04 mas, it is locate ...

                                               

HD 192699 b

HD 192699 b is an exoplanet located approximately 214 light-years away in the constellation of Aquila, orbiting the star HD 192699. This planet was discovered in April 2007, massing at least 2.5 times the mass of Jupiter. Despite its orbital dist ...

                                               

HR 7135

HR 7135 is a binary star system. Despite its Flamsteed designation of 62 Serpentis, the star can be found in the equatorial constellation of Aquila, in front of a dark rift in the Milky Way near the constellation border. It is visible to the nake ...

                                               

Iota Aquilae

Iota Aquilae, Latinized from ι Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It has the traditional name Al Thalimain, which it shares with λ Aquilae. The name is derived from the Arabic term الظليمان ath ...

                                               

IRC +10420

IRC+10420 was first identified in the 1969 Infrared Catalogue of 2.2 micron sources. It was quickly noted as a very unusual object after being detected at 20 microns as one of the brightest sources in the sky with a large infrared excess, and was ...

                                               

J1953−1019

WD J1953−1019 is a hierarchical triple system of white dwarfs located at about 130 parsecs from the Earth. This is the first triple system of white dwarfs to be resolved. The three white dwarfs have an atmosphere of pure hydrogen and a mass of ab ...

                                               

Kappa Aquilae

Kappa Aquilae, Latinized from κ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is a faint star at apparent visual magnitude +4.957, but bright enough to be seen with the naked eye in dark suburban skies ...

                                               

Lambda Aquilae

Lambda Aquilae, Latinized from λ Aquilae, is a star in the constellation Aquila. It has the traditional name Al Thalimain, which it shares with ι Aquilae. The name is derived from the Arabic الثالمين al-thalīmain "the two ostriches". Lambda Aquil ...

                                               

Mu Aquilae

Mu Aquilae is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. With an apparent visual magnitude of 4.45, it is visible to the naked eye. The measured annual parallax shift of 30.31 mas, which is equivalent to a distanc ...

                                               

NGC 6741

NGC 6741, also known as the Phantom Streak Nebula, is located about 7000 light-years away in the constellation of Aquila. NGC 6741 is classed as a planetary nebula, though no planets are responsible for this billowy cloud; the term came about in ...

                                               

NGC 6751

NGC 6751, also known as the Glowing Eye Nebula or Dandelion Puffball Nebula, is a planetary nebula in the constellation Aquila. The nebula is estimated to be around 0.8 light-years in diameter. The star at the centre of the nebula has a surface t ...

                                               

NGC 6778

NGC 6778 is a planetary nebula located about 10.300 light years away from the Sun in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is positioned 5° to the SSW of the prominent star Delta Aquilae. This nebula was discovered by German astronomer Alber ...

                                               

NGC 6814

NGC 6814 is an intermediate spiral galaxy in constellation Aquila. It is located at a distance of about 75 million light years from Earth, which, given its apparent dimensions, means that NGC 6814 is about 85.000 light years across. NGC 6814 has ...

                                               

Nu Aquilae

Nu Aquilae is the Bayer designation for a double star in the constellation of Aquila and lies close to the celestial equator. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 4.72 and so is visible to the naked eye. The spectrum of ν Aql A matches a stella ...

                                               

Omega1 Aquilae

Omega 1 Aquilae, which is Latinized from ω 1 Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a single star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.2 it is a faint, yellow-white hued star that can be seen with the n ...

                                               

Omega2 Aquilae

Omega 2 Aquilae, Latinized from ω 2 Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila, the eagle. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 6.0, which is close to the lower limit of detectability with the naked e ...

                                               

Omicron Aquilae

Omicron Aquilae is the Bayer designation for a double star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. The brighter component has an apparent visual magnitude of +5.11, which means it is faintly visible to the naked eye in dark suburban skies. The ...

                                               

Phi Aquilae

Phi Aquilae, Latinized from φ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation of a binary star system in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +5.28 and is visible to the naked eye. With an annual parallax shift of 14.8 ...

                                               

Pi Aquilae

Pi Aquilae, Latinized from π Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a binary star system in the equatorial constellation of Aquila, about 3° to the north of the bright star Altair. The apparent visual magnitude of the system is 5.85, making it fai ...

                                               

Psi Aquilae

Psi Aquilae, Latinized as ψ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is a faint star with an apparent visual magnitude of 6.25, which, according to the Bortle Dark-Sky Scale, can be seen with the ...

                                               

PSR J1903+0327

PSR J1903+0327 is a millisecond pulsar in a highly eccentric binary orbit. The pulsar was discovered in an ongoing L-band 1.4 GHz survey with the 305 m diameter Arecibo radio telescope. The pulse period is 2.15 ms. Analysis of the pulse timing re ...

                                               

R Aquilae

R Aquilae is a variable star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. It is located approximately 780 light years distant from the Sun based on parallax, and is drifting further away with a radial velocity of 35 km/s. This is a thermally-pulsat ...

                                               

Rho Aquilae

Rho Aquilae, ρ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the northern constellation of Delphinus. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 4.94 and is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye in good conditions.

                                               

Serpens-Aquila Rift

The Serpens-Aquila Rift is a region of the sky in the constellations Aquila, Serpens Cauda, and eastern Ophiuchus containing dark interstellar clouds. The region forms part of the Great Rift, a dark lane of cosmic dust that passes through the mid ...

                                               

Sigma Aquilae

Sigma Aquilae, Latinized from σ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a binary star system in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. The baseline apparent magnitude of the pair is +5.17, which, according to the Bortle Dark-Sky Scale, is bright e ...

                                               

Tau Aquilae

Tau Aquilae, Latinized from τ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. The apparent visual magnitude of 5.7 indicates it is a faint star that is visible to the naked eye from suburban skies; at least ...

                                               

Theta Aquilae

Theta Aquilae is a binary star in the constellation Aquila. The combined apparent visual magnitude of the pair is 3.26, making it the fourth-brightest member of the constellation. In Chinese, it has the traditional name Tseen Foo, from the Chines ...

                                               

TT Aquilae

TT Aquilae is a Classical Cepheid variable star in the constellation Aquila. The visual apparent magnitude of TT Aql ranges from 6.52 to 7.65 over 13.7546 days. The light curve is asymmetric, with the rise from minimum to maximum brightness only ...

                                               

U Aquilae

U Aquilae is a binary star system in the constellation Aquila, Located approximately 614 parsecs away from Earth. The primary star component A is a yellow supergiant with a radius of 55 R ☉ and a luminosity of 2.570 L ☉. The secondary component B ...

                                               

Upsilon Aquilae

Upsilon Aquilae, Latinized from υ Aquilae, is the Bayer designation for a star in the equatorial constellation of Aquila. With an apparent visual magnitude of +5.91 it is a faint star but visible to the naked eye from suburban skies. It has an an ...

                                               

V Aquilae

V Aquilae is a carbon star and semiregular variable star in the constellation Aquila. It has an apparent magnitude which varies between 6.6 and 8.4 and is located around 400 parsecs away. V Aquilae is a type of star with a spectrum that is domina ...

                                               

V605 Aquilae

V605 Aquilae, in the constellation Aquila, is the variable central star of the planetary nebula Abell 58. It is a highly unusual hydrogen-deficient carbon-rich star. V605 Aquilae was first recorded as a nova in 1919, but it turned out to be a ver ...

                                               

V1315 Aquilae

V1315 Aquilae is a cataclysmic variable star located in the constellation of Aquila. It is a type of cataclysmic variable known as a nova-like variable, specifically a SW Sextantis star. Nova-like variables such as these SW Sextantis stars are ch ...

                                               

V1429 Aquilae

V1429 Aquilae is a candidate luminous blue variable multiple star system located in the constellation of Aquila. It is often referred to by its Mount Wilson Observatory catalog number as MWC 314. It is a hot luminous star with strong emission lin ...

                                               

V1472 Aquilae

V1472 Aquilae is a semi-regular pulsating star in the constellation Aquila. It is actually a binary star system, the main component being a red giant of spectral type M2.5 III. Original calculations using hipparcos data gave a parallax of 7.92 ± ...

                                               

VB 10

VB 10 or Van Biesbroecks star is a very small and very dim red dwarf located in the constellation Aquila. It is part of a binary star system. VB 10 is historically notable as it was the coolest, least massive and least luminous known star from it ...

                                               

W Aquilae

W Aquilae is an S-type star with a spectral type of S3 9 e to S6 9 e, a red giant similar to M-type stars, but in which the dominant spectrum oxides are formed by metals of the fifth period of the periodic table. W Aquilae is also rich in the ele ...

                                               

Westerhout 43

Westerhout 43, also known as W43, is a region of star formation of our galaxy located in the constellation of Aquila at a distance of 6 kilo-parsecs of the Sun, that is considered the region of the Milky Way that is most actively forming stars. D ...

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