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NW Puppis

NW Puppis, also known as υ 2 Puppis, is a star in the constellation Puppis. Located around 910 light-years distant, it shines with a luminosity approximately 1108 times that of the Sun and has a surface temperature of 15.000 K. Anamarija Stankov ...

                                               

Omicron Puppis

Omicron Puppis is candidate binary star system in the southern constellation of Puppis. It is visible to the naked eye, having a combined apparent visual magnitude of +4.48. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 2.30 mas as seen from Earth, it i ...

                                               

OU Puppis

OU Puppis is a class A0 star in the constellation Puppis. Its apparent magnitude is 4.87 and it is approximately 184.4 light years away based on parallax. It is an α² CVn variable, ranging from 4.93 to 4.86 magnitude with a period of 0.92 days. U ...

                                               

Pi Puppis

Pi Puppis, Latinized from π Puppis, also named Ahadi, is the second-brightest star in the southern constellation of Puppis. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 2.733, so it can be viewed with the naked eye at night. Parallax measurements yield ...

                                               

PSR J0737−3039

PSR J0737−3039 is the only known double pulsar. It consists of two neutron stars emitting electromagnetic waves in the radio wavelength in a relativistic binary system. The two pulsars are known as PSR J0737−3039A and PSR J0737−3039B. It was disc ...

                                               

PSR J0738−4042

PSR J0738−4042 is the first pulsar observed to have been affected by asteroids. It was originally discovered in 1968. In 2013 scientists at the University of Oxford, Hartebeesthoek Observatory and CSIRO announced that they had observed changes in ...

                                               

PT Puppis

PT Puppis is a star in the constellation Puppis. Anamarija Stankov confirmed this star as a Beta Cephei variable. Analysis of its spectrum and allowing for extinction gives a mass 7.94 times that of the Sun, a surface temperature of 19.400 K and ...

                                               

PU Puppis

PU Puppis is a class B8III star in the constellation Puppis. Its apparent magnitude is 4.69 and it is approximately 620 light years away based on parallax. It is a β Lyrae variable, ranging from 4.75 to 4.69 magnitude with a period of 2.58 days. ...

                                               

QW Puppis

QW Puppis is a class F3V star in the constellation Puppis. Its apparent magnitude is 4.49 and it is approximately 69.9 light years away based on parallax. It is a Gamma Doradus variable, ranging from 4.5 to 4.47 magnitude with a period of 0.96 days.

                                               

QZ Puppis

QZ Puppis is a class B2.5V star in the constellation Puppis. Its apparent magnitude is 4.49 and it is approximately 650 light years away based on parallax. It is an ellipsoidal variable, ranging from 4.54 to 4.47 magnitude, with a reported period ...

                                               

Rho Puppis

Rho Puppis, formally named Tureis, is a star in the southern constellation of Puppis. With an average apparent visual magnitude of 2.78, it is the third-brightest member of this generally faint constellation. Based upon parallax measurements made ...

                                               

RS Puppis

RS Puppis is a Cepheid variable star around 6.000 ly away in the constellation of Puppis. It is one of the biggest and brightest known Cepheids in the Milky Way galaxy and has one of the longest periods for this class of star at 41.5 days.

                                               

Sigma Puppis

Sigma Puppis is a binary star system in the southern constellation of Puppis. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.25, which is bright enough to be visible to the naked eye at night from the southern hemisphere. Through a telescope, it appear ...

                                               

Tau Puppis

Tau Puppis is a star in the southern constellation of Puppis. It has an apparent visual magnitude of +2.95 and is located at a distance of about 182 light-years from Earth. This is a spectroscopic binary star system, with the presence of the seco ...

                                               

V Puppis

V Puppis is a star system in the constellation Puppis. Its apparent magnitude is 4.41. There is a binary star system at the center with a B1 dwarf orbiting a B3 subgiant star. They have an orbital period of 1.45 days and a distance of only 15 sol ...

                                               

WR 9

WR 9 is a spectroscopic binary in the constellation Puppis consisting of a Wolf-Rayet star and a class O star. It is around 4.800 light years away. WR 9 is a binary with two components in a circular 14-day orbit. The Wolf-Rayet component is often ...

                                               

Xi Puppis

Xi Puppis is a multiple star system in the southern constellation of Puppis. With an apparent visual magnitude of 3.35, it is one of the brighter members of this constellation. Based on parallax measurements made during the Hipparcos mission, it ...

                                               

Zeta Puppis

Zeta Puppis, formally named Naos, is a star in the constellation of Puppis. The spectral class of O4 means this is one of the hottest, and most luminous, stars visible to the naked eye. It is one of the skys few naked-eye class O-type stars as we ...

                                               

AK Pyxidis

AK Pyxidis is a semiregular variable star located in the constellation Pyxis. It varies between magnitudes 6.09 and 6.51, pulsating to multiple periods simultaneously of 55.5, 57.9, 86.7, 162.9 and 232.6 days. Located around 1228 light-years dist ...

                                               

Alpha Pyxidis

Alpha Pyxidis is a giant star in the constellation Pyxis. It has a stellar classification of B1.5III and is a Beta Cephei variable. This star has more than ten times the mass of the Sun and is more than six times the Suns radius. The surface temp ...

                                               

Beta Pyxidis

Beta Pyxidis is a double star located in the southern constellation Pyxis. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.954, making it the second brightest star in that faint constellation. Based upon parallax measurements, the star is an estimated 4 ...

                                               

Epsilon Pyxidis

Epsilon Pyxidis is quadruple star system in the southern constellation of Pyxis. It is faintly visible to the naked eye, having a combined apparent visual magnitude of +5.60. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 15.39 mas as seen from Earth, it ...

                                               

Eta Pyxidis

Eta Pyxidis is a solitary, white-hued star in the southern constellation of Pyxis. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +5.27. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 14.07 mas as seen from Earth, this star i ...

                                               

Gamma Pyxidis

Gamma Pyxidis, Latinized from γ Pyxidis, is a single, orange-hued star in the southern constellation Pyxis. It is visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.010. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 15.73 mas as seen fro ...

                                               

Gliese 317 b

Gliese 317 b is an extrasolar planet approximately 50 light-years away in the constellation of Pyxis. The planet was announced in July 2007 to be orbiting the red dwarf star Gliese 317. The planet is a jovian planet that orbits about 95% the dist ...

                                               

Gliese 318

Gliese 318 is a white dwarf in the constellation Pyxis. Its spectral type is DA5.5 and it has a visual magnitude of 11.85, which lies 26 light years away. The star was too faint to have had its parallax measured by the Hipparcos satellite. Earth- ...

                                               

HD 73256 b

HD 73256 b is a 1.87 M J hot Jupiter orbiting at 0.037 AU taking 2.55 days to orbit around HD 73256. Assuming the planet is perfectly grey with no greenhouse or tidal effects, and a Bond albedo of 0.1, the temperature would be about 1300 K. This ...

                                               

HD 73267 b

HD 73267 b is an extrasolar planet located approximately 177 light-years away. This planet was discovered on October 26, 2008 by Moutou et al. using the HARPS spectrograph on ESOs 3.6 meter telescope installed at La Silla Observatory in Atacama d ...

                                               

Hen 2-10

Hen 2-10, also known as He 2-10 and Henize 2-10, is a dwarf starburst galaxy located 34 million light years away in the constellation of Pyxis. The galaxy is believed to be an early stage starburst galaxy. A black hole was later discovered near t ...

                                               

HR 3384

HR 3384 is solitary star in the southern constellation of Pyxis. It has an apparent magnitude of 6.38, indicating it is faintly visible to the naked eye. Based on the Bortle scale, the star can be viewed from dark rural skies. Astrometric measure ...

                                               

K 1-2

K1-2 is a planetary nebula in the constellation Pyxis. It was discovered by Czech astronomer Lubos Kohoutek in 1961. The central star of the nebula - VW Pyxidis - is a post-common-envelope binary composed of a hot degenerate star and a cooler com ...

                                               

Kappa Pyxidis

Kappa Pyxidis, Latinized from κ Pyxidis, is a single, orange-hued star in the southern constellation of Pyxis. It is visible to the naked eye as a faint point of light with an apparent visual magnitude of +4.62. The star is located approximately ...

                                               

Pyxis globular cluster

The Pyxis globular cluster is a globular cluster in the constellation Pyxis. It lies around 130.000 light-years distant from earth and around 133.000 light-years distant from the centre of the Milky Way - a distance not previously thought to cont ...

                                               

RZ Pyxidis

RZ Pyxidis is eclipsing binary system in the constellation Pyxis, made up of two young stars less than 200.000 years old. Both are hot blue-white stars of spectral type B7V and are around 2.5 times the size of the Sun. One is around five times as ...

                                               

Theta Pyxidis

Theta Pyxidis is a red M-type giant in the constellation Pyxis. It is approximately 500 ± 30 light years from Earth. It is of spectral type M1III and semi-regular variable with two measured periods of 13 and 98.3 days, and an average visual magni ...

                                               

TY Pyxidis

TY Pyxidis is an eclipsing binary star in the constellation Pyxis. The apparent magnitude ranges from 6.85 to 7.5 over 3.2 days. The two components are both of spectral type G5IV, have a mass of 1.2 solar masses and revolve around each other ever ...

                                               

UZ Pyxidis

UZ Pyxidis is a semiregular variable star in the constellation Pyxis. It is located about 6.000 light-years away from the Earth. UZ Pyxidis lies directly between α and γ Pyxidis. It has a common proper motion companion, HD 75022, less than 2 away ...

                                               

VY Pyxidis

VY Pyxidis is a BL Herculis variable in the constellation of Pyxis. It ranges between apparent magnitudes 7.13 and 7.40 over a period of 1.23995 days. Located around 650 light-years distant, it shines with a luminosity approximately 45 times that ...

                                               

WX Pyxidis

WX Pyxidis is a cataclysmic variable star system in the constellation Pyxis. Its X-ray emissions were discovered in 1984, after which a visual correlate was searched for. It is classed as an intermediate polar system, composed of a white dwarf an ...

                                               

XX Pyxidis

XX Pyxidis is a star located in the constellation Pyxis. It is one of the more-studied members of a class of stars known as Delta Scuti variables - short period pulsating stars that have been used as standard candles and as subjects to study astr ...

                                               

Zeta Pyxidis

Zeta Pyxidis is a wide binary star system in the southern constellation of Pyxis. It is visible to the naked eye with a combined apparent visual magnitude of +4.88. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 13.35 mas as seen from Earth, it is locate ...

                                               

Alpha Reticuli

Alpha Reticuli is the Bayer designation of the brightest star in the southern circumpolar constellation of Reticulum, with an apparent visual magnitude of 3.3. This appears to be a solitary star located at a distance of 162 light-years from Earth ...

                                               

Beta Reticuli

Beta Reticuli is binary star system in southern constellation of Reticulum. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of +3.84. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 33.49 mas, it is located some 97 light years from the Su ...

                                               

Delta Reticuli

Delta Reticuli is a star in the southern constellation of Reticulum. It is visible to the naked eye, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.60. The distance to this star, as estimated from its annual parallax shift of 6.20 mas, is roughly 530 l ...

                                               

Epsilon Reticuli

Epsilon Reticuli is a double star approximately 59 light-years away in the constellation of Reticulum. The primary component is an orange subgiant, while the secondary is a white dwarf. The two stars share a common motion through space and hence ...

                                               

Epsilon Reticuli b

Epsilon Reticuli b, sometimes designated Epsilon Reticuli Ab to distinguish from the white dwarf companion of the primary star Epsilon Reticuli, also known as HD 27442, was discovered on December 16, 2000 by the Anglo-Australian Planet Search Tea ...

                                               

Eta Reticuli

Eta Reticuli is a solitary star in the southern constellation of Reticulum. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.22, it is faintly visible to the naked eye on a dark night. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 8.48 mas, it is located at a dis ...

                                               

Gamma Reticuli

Gamma Reticuli is a solitary star in the southern constellation of Reticulum. With an apparent visual magnitude of 4.5, it can be faintly seen with the naked eye. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 6.95 mas, it is located roughly 469 light ye ...

                                               

HD 21749

HD 21749 is an orange main-sequence star about 0.68 the mass of the Sun in the constellation Reticulum, located about 53 ly from Earth. On 7 January 2019, it was announced that the star has two exoplanets: a possibly rocky, hot sub-Neptune-sized ...

                                               

HD 23079 b

HD 23079 b is an exoplanet approximately 109 light years away in the constellation Reticulum. The planet has mass of at least 2.45 Jupiters, although only the minimum mass is known since inclination is unknown. The planet takes almost exactly two ...

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