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NGC 5053

NGC 5053 is the New General Catalogue designation for a globular cluster in the northern constellation of Coma Berenices. It was discovered by German-British astronomer William Herschel on March 14, 1784 and cataloged as VI-7. In his abbreviated ...

                                               

Virgo Cluster

The Virgo Cluster is a cluster of galaxies whose center is 53.8 ± 0.3 Mly away in the constellation Virgo. Comprising approximately 1300 member galaxies, the cluster forms the heart of the larger Virgo Supercluster, of which the Local Group is a ...

                                               

WASP-56

WASP-56 is a sun-like star of spectral type G6 in the constellation of Coma Berenices. It has an apparent magnitude of 11.48. Observations at the Calar Alto Observatory using the lucky imaging technique detected a candidate companion star located ...

                                               

WISE 1217+1626

WISEPC J121756.91+162640.2 is a binary brown dwarf system of spectral classes T9 + Y0, located in constellation Coma Berenices at approximately 33 light-years from Earth.

                                               

Alpha Coronae Australis

Alpha Coronae Australis, officially named Meridiana, is the brightest star in the constellation of Corona Australis and is located about 125 light-years from Earth.

                                               

Beta Coronae Australis

Beta Coronae Australis, Latinized from β Coronae Australis, is a single star in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.10. The star is loc ...

                                               

Coronet Cluster

The Coronet Cluster, also known as the R CrA cluster after its best-known member, is a small open cluster located about 170 parsecs away in the southern constellation Corona Australis, isolated at the edge of the Gould Belt. The Coronet Cluster i ...

                                               

Delta Coronae Australis

Delta Coronae Australis is a single star located in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, orange-hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.57. The star is located about 174 light years f ...

                                               

Epsilon Coronae Australis

Epsilon Coronae Australis, is a star system located in the constellation Corona Australis. Varying in brightness between apparent magnitudes of 4.74 to 5 over 14 hours, it is the brightest W Ursae Majoris variable in the night sky.

                                               

Eta2 Coronae Australis

η 2 Coronae Australis, Latinized as Eta 2 Coronae Australis, is a single star located in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye as a dim, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.587. Par ...

                                               

Gamma Coronae Australis

Gamma Coronae Australis, is a binary star located in the constellation Corona Australis. The system has a combined apparent visual magnitude of 4.20, making it faintly visible to the naked eye. It is located 56.4 light-years from the Sun, based o ...

                                               

HD 165189

HD 165189 and HD 165190 are components of a visual binary star system located 145 light years away in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye with the primary having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.929 ± 0 ...

                                               

HR 6875

HR 6875, previously known as Sigma Telescopii, is a single star in the constellation Corona Australis. It has a blue-white hue and is dimly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.24. This object is located at a distance o ...

                                               

Kappa1 Coronae Australis

Kappa 1 Coronae Australis, is a star located in the constellation Corona Australis. It forms a line-of-sight double star along with κ 2 Coronae Australis. κ 1 Coronae Australis is also known as HR 6952 and HD 170868. κ 2 Coronae Australis is also ...

                                               

Kappa2 Coronae Australis

Kappa 2 Coronae Australis is a star in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye as a dim, blue-white hued star with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.67. The distance to this star is approximately 700 light y ...

                                               

Lambda Coronae Australis

λ Coronae Australis, Latinized as Lambda Coronae Australis is a binary star system located in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint, white-hued point of light with an apparent visual magnitude o ...

                                               

Mu Coronae Australis

μ Coronae Australis, Latinized as Mu Coronae Australis, is a solitary star located in the southern constellation of Corona Australis. It is a yellow-hued star and is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.217. Parallax me ...

                                               

R Coronae Australis

R Coronae Australis is a variable binary system in the constellation Corona Australis. It has varied between magnitudes 10 and 14.36. A small reflection/emission nebula NGC 6729 extends from the star towards SE. This star is moving toward the Sol ...

                                               

S Coronae Australis

S Coronae Australis, is a young binary star system estimated to be around 2 million years old located in the constellation Corona Australis. It is composed of a G-type main sequence star that is about as luminous as and just over twice as massive ...

                                               

T Coronae Australis

T Coronae Australis, is a young star in the constellation Corona Australis. Slightly less luminous than our Sun, it has a spectral type of F0 and is surrounded by a circumstellar disk.

                                               

Theta Coronae Australis

Theta Coronae Australis, Latinized from θ Coronae Australis, is a star located in the constellation Corona Australis. Theta Coronae Australis is also known as HR 6951, and HD 170845. Parallax measurements by Hipparcos put it at a distance of roug ...

                                               

TY Coronae Australis

TY Coronae Australis, is a young star system around 3 million years old in the constellation Corona Australis. It is composed of a blue-white B-class star around triple the Suns mass and a cooler smaller companion around half its mass. The system ...

                                               

V Coronae Australis

V Coronae Australis is a R Coronae Borealis variable star in the constellation Corona Australis. These are extremely hydrogen-deficient supergiants thought to have arisen as the result of the merger of two white dwarfs; fewer than 100 have been d ...

                                               

Zeta Coronae Australis

Zeta Coronae Australis is a solitary, blue-white hued star located in the southern constellation Corona Australis. With an apparent visual magnitude of +4.75, it is sufficiently bright to be viewed with the naked eye. Based upon an annual paralla ...

                                               

ADS 9731

ADS 9731 is a star system that consists of six stars. Four of the stars are visually separate in the sky, forming a visual star system, which was resolved using adaptive optics in 1995. Two of these stars were themselves found to be spectroscopic ...

                                               

Alpha Coronae Borealis

Alpha Coronae Borealis, officially named Alphecca, is an eclipsing binary star in the constellation of Corona Borealis. It is located about 75 light years from the Sun and contains two main sequence stars, one class A and one class G.

                                               

Beta Coronae Borealis

Beta Coronae Borealis is a binary star in the constellation of Corona Borealis. It appears to the naked eye to be a single star and is the second-brightest star in its constellation with an apparent visual magnitude varying between 3.65 and 3.72. ...

                                               

Delta Coronae Borealis

Delta Coronae Borealis, Latinized from δ Coronae Borealis, is a variable star in the constellation Corona Borealis. Its apparent magnitude varies regularly between apparent magnitude 4.57 and 4.69, and it is around 170 light-years distant. δ Coro ...

                                               

Epsilon Coronae Borealis

Epsilon Coronae Borealis, Latinized from ε Coronae Borealis, is a multiple star system in the constellation Corona Borealis located around 230 light-years from the Solar System. It shines with a combined apparent magnitude of 4.13, meaning it is ...

                                               

Eta Coronae Borealis

Eta Coronae Borealis is a stellar system that lies approximately 58 light-years away. The primary component is a mid-wide binary, while a brown dwarf component is located at a wide separation.

                                               

Gamma Coronae Borealis

Gamma Coronae Borealis, Latinized from γ Coronae Borealis, is a binary star system in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 3.83. Based upon an annual parallax shift of ...

                                               

HD 140913

HD 140913 is a star very much like our own Sun located in the constellation Corona Borealis 146 light years away. The space velocity components of this star are U, V, W = -21.77, -14.42, 1.67.

                                               

HD 145457

HD 145457 is a star located in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis at a distance of around 443 light-years from the Sun, as determined through parallax measurements. It has been formally named Kamuy by the IAU, after a spiritual or divi ...

                                               

Iota Coronae Borealis

Iota Coronae Borealis, Latinized from ι Coronae Borealis, is a binary star system in the constellation Corona Borealis. It is visible to the naked eye with a combined apparent visual magnitude of is 4.96. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 10 ...

                                               

Kappa Coronae Borealis b

Kappa Coronae Borealis b is an extrasolar planet approximately 98 light-years away in the constellation of Corona Borealis. This planet was discovered by Johnson et al., who used the radial velocity method to detect wobbling of the star caused by ...

                                               

Lambda Coronae Borealis

Lambda Coronae Borealis, Latinised from λ Coronae Borealis, is a star located in the constellation Corona Borealis, at a distance of 41.6 parsecs. It is also known as HR 5936, and HD 142908. Lambda Coronae Borealis has been assigned a spectral cl ...

                                               

Mu Coronae Borealis

Mu Coronae Borealis, Latinized from μ Coronae Borealis, is a solitary, ruby-hued star located in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. It is faintly visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 5.12. Based upon an ann ...

                                               

Nu1 Coronae Borealis

Nu 1 Coronae Borealis is a solitary, red-hued star located in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. It is faintly visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 5.20. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 5.0 mas, it i ...

                                               

Nu2 Coronae Borealis

Nu 2 Coronae Borealis is a solitary, orange-hued star located in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. It is faintly visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of +5.4. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 5.49 mas, ...

                                               

Pi Coronae Borealis

Pi Coronae Borealis, Latinized from π Coronae Borealis, is a solitary, orange-hued star in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. Its apparent magnitude is 5.58, which is bright enough to be faintly visible to the naked eye. Based upon an ...

                                               

R Coronae Borealis

R Coronae Borealis is a low-mass yellow supergiant star in the constellation of Corona Borealis. It is the prototype of the R Cor Bor class of variable stars, which fade by several magnitudes at irregular intervals. R Coronae Borealis itself norm ...

                                               

RR Coronae Borealis

RR Coronae Borealis is a M3-type semiregular variable star located in the constellation Corona Borealis with a parallax of 2.93mas being a distance of 341 parsecs. It varies between magnitudes 7.3 and 8.2 over 60.8 days. Located around 1228 light ...

                                               

RS Coronae Borealis

RS Coronae Borealis is a semiregular variable star located in the constellation Corona Borealis with a parallax of 2.93mas being a distance of 341 parsecs. It varies between magnitudes 8.7 to 11.6 over 332 days. It is unusual in that it is a red ...

                                               

S Coronae Borealis

S Coronae Borealis is a Mira variable star in the constellation Corona Borealis. Its apparent magnitude varies between 5.8 and 14.1, with a period of 360 days - just under a year. Within the constellation, it lies to the west of Theta Coronae Bor ...

                                               

Sigma Coronae Borealis

Sigma Coronae Borealis is a star system in the constellation of Corona Borealis. It is a quintuple star system containing three sunlike main-sequence stars and two other low-mass stars. The combined visual magnitude is 5.3 and the system lies 74 ...

                                               

Theta Coronae Borealis

Theta Coronae Borealis, Latinized from θ Coronae Borealis, is a binary star system in the constellation Corona Borealis. It shines with a combined apparent visual magnitude of 4.13. There are two components: Theta Coronae Borealis A is of apparen ...

                                               

TY Coronae Borealis

TY Coronae Borealis, also known as Ross 808, is a variable white dwarf star of the DAV type in the constellation Corona Borealis. It has a surface temperature of 11.213 ± 130 K and a mass around 70% times that of the Sun, but only 1.1% of its dia ...

                                               

U Coronae Borealis

U Coronae Borealis is an Algol-type eclipsing binary star system in the constellation Corona Borealis. Its apparent magnitude varies between 7.66 and 8.79 over a period of 3.45 days The component stars are a blue-white main sequence star of spect ...

                                               

Upsilon Coronae Borealis

Upsilon Coronae Borealis, Latinized from υ Coronae Borealis, is a solitary star in the northern constellation of Corona Borealis. It is a white-hued star that is dimly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.78. The distan ...

                                               

UW Coronae Borealis

UW Coronae Borealis, also known as MS 1603.6+2600, is a low-mass X-ray binary star system in the constellation Corona Borealis. Astronomer Simon Morris and colleagues discovered the X-ray source in 1990 and were able to match it up with a faint s ...

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