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Upsilon4 Eridani

Upsilon 4 Eridani is a close binary star system in the constellation Eridanus. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 3.56. Based upon parallax measurements, the pair are located around 54.6 parsecs from the Sun. This ...

                                               

WASP-79b

WASP-79b is an extrasolar planet orbiting the star CD-30 1812. This planet is in the constellation Eridanus, and is about 810 light-years from Earth. The planet WASP-79b is named Pollera. The name was selected in the NameExoWorlds campaign by Pan ...

                                               

Xi Eridani

ξ Eridani is a solitary star in the constellation Eridanus. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.17, it is faintly visible to the naked eye on a clear, dark night. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 0.00156 arcseconds, it is located around ...

                                               

Zeta Eridani

Zeta Eridani is a binary star in the constellation of Eridanus. With an apparent visual magnitude of 4.80, it is visible to the naked eye on a clear dark night. Based on parallax measurements taken during the Hipparcos mission, it is approximatel ...

                                               

Alpha Fornacis

Alpha Fornacis is a binary star system in the southern constellation of Fornax. It is the brightest star in the constellation and the only one brighter than magnitude 4.0. Based on parallax measurements obtained during the Hipparcos mission, it i ...

                                               

Beta Fornacis

Beta Fornacis is the Bayer designation for a solitary star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It is visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 4.46. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 18.89 mas, it is located around 1 ...

                                               

Delta Fornacis

Delta Fornacis, Latinized from δ Fornacis, is a solitary star near the middle of the southern constellation of Fornax. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.00, it is faintly visible to the naked eye. The star has an annual parallax shift of 3.8 ...

                                               

ESO 358-63

ESO 358-63 is a spiral, almost edge-on galaxy in constellation Fornax. It was discovered by European Southern Observatory and it is a member of Fornax Cluster. ESO 358-63 has a Hubble classification of Sc, indicating it is unbarred spiral galaxy ...

                                               

Fornax Cluster

The Fornax Cluster is a cluster of galaxies lying at a distance of 19 megaparsecs. It is the second richest galaxy cluster within 100 million light-years, after the considerably larger Virgo Cluster, and may be associated with the nearby Eridanus ...

                                               

Gamma1 Fornacis

Gamma 1 Fornacis is a star in the constellation Fornax. Its apparent magnitude is 6.15. It is a yellow giant that has swollen and brightened to around 80 times as luminous as the Sun. γ 1 Fornacis has three companions listed in the Washington Dou ...

                                               

HD 14412

HD 14412 is a single star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It has the Gould designation 22 G. Fornacis, while HD 14412 is the Henry Draper Catalogue designation. The star has an apparent visual magnitude of 6.33, which, according to the B ...

                                               

HD 16417 b

HD 16417 b is an extrasolar planet located approximately 83 light years away in the constellation of Fornax, orbiting the 6th magnitude G-type main sequence star HD 16417. This planet has minimum mass only 7% that of Jupiter, making this a Neptun ...

                                               

HD 20781

HD 20781 is a star which is part of a wide binary system with HD 20782. The companion star has a very large angular separation of 252 arcsec, corresponding to 9080 AU at the distance of HD 20782. Both stars possess their own planetary systems in ...

                                               

HD 20782 b

HD 20782 b is an extrasolar planet located approximately 117 light-years away in the constellation of Fornax, orbiting the star HD 20782. This planet orbits in the most eccentric orbit known as of November 2012, with a semi-major axis of 1.36 AU, ...

                                               

HD 20868 b

HD 20868 b is an extrasolar planet located approximately 156 light-years away in the constellation of Fornax, orbiting the 10th magnitude K-type subgiant star HD 20868. This planet has a minimum mass of 1.99 times more than Jupiter and orbits at ...

                                               

HIP 13044

HIP 13044 is a red horizontal-branch star about 2.300 light years from Earth in the constellation Fornax. The star is part of the Helmi stream, a former dwarf galaxy that merged with the Milky Way between six and nine billion years ago. As a resu ...

                                               

Iota2 Fornacis

Iota 2 Fornacis is the Bayer designation for a star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It is faintly visible to the naked eye on a dark night, having an apparent visual magnitude of 5.83. The distance to this star, based upon an annual para ...

                                               

LP 944-20

LP 944-20 is a dim brown dwarf of spectral class M9 located about 21 light-years from the Solar System in the constellation of Fornax. With a visual apparent magnitude of 18, it has one of the dimmest visual magnitudes listed on the RECONS page. ...

                                               

Mu Fornacis

μ Fornacis is the Bayer designation for a star in the southern constellation of Fornax. With an apparent visual magnitude of 5.27, it is visible to the naked eye. The distance to this star, as determined by its annual parallax shift of 10.18 mas, ...

                                               

NGC 1049

NGC 1049 is a globular cluster located in the Local Group galaxy of the Fornax Dwarf, visible in the constellation of Fornax. At a distance of 630.000 light years, it is visible in moderate sized telescopes, while the parent galaxy is nearly invi ...

                                               

NGC 1316

NGC 1316 is a lenticular galaxy about 60 million light-years away in the constellation Fornax It is a radio galaxy and at 1400 MHz is the fourth-brightest radio source in the sky.

                                               

NGC 1317

NGC 1317 is barred spiral galaxy in constellation Fornax, in Fornax cluster. It was discovered by Julius Schmidt on January 19, 1865. It appears to be interacting with much larger NGC 1316, but uncertanity of distance and scales of tidal distorti ...

                                               

NGC 1350

It measures roughly 130.000 light years across: slightly larger than our own galaxy, the Milky Way. It is classified as an Sar galaxy, meaning that it is a spiral with arms wound tightly enough to form a prominent central ring. The faint outer ri ...

                                               

NGC 1360

NGC 1360, also known as the Robins Egg Nebula, is a planetary nebula in the constellation of Fornax. It was identified as a planetary nebula due to its strong radiation in the OIII bands. Reddish matter, believed to have been ejected from the ori ...

                                               

NGC 1365

NGC 1365, also known as the Great Barred Spiral Galaxy, is a double-barred spiral galaxy about 56 million light-years away in the constellation Fornax.

                                               

NGC 1374

It is at the distance of 59 million light years. The galaxy may form a pair with another nearby galaxy, NGC 1375, but it is uncertain based on estimated distance of NGC 1375. It is a member of Fornax Cluster, a cluster of 200 galaxies, and it is ...

                                               

NGC 1375

It is at the estimated distance of 34 million light years. This distance is calculated by its estimate of recession velocity, the lowest one in entire Fornax Cluster, about 643 km/s. This led to uncertainites to its membership of Fornax Cluster a ...

                                               

NGC 1379

NGC 1379 is a low-luminosity elliptical galaxy in southern constellation Fornax. It was discovered by William Herschel on December 25, 1835. At a distance of 60 million light-years, it is one of the closer members of Fornax Cluster. It is a membe ...

                                               

NGC 1399

NGC 1399 is a large elliptical galaxy in the Southern constellation Fornax, the central galaxy in the Fornax cluster. The galaxy is 66 million light-years away from Earth. With a diameter of 130 000 light-years, it is one of the largest galaxies ...

                                               

Nu Fornacis

Nu Fornacis, Latinized from ν Fornacis, is a single, variable star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It is blue-white in hue and faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude that fluctuates around 4.69. This body is l ...

                                               

Omega Fornacis

Omega Fornacis, which is Latinized from ω Fornacis, is a wide binary star system in the southern constellation of Fornax. It has a blue-white hue and is faintly visible to the naked eye as a fifth-magnitude star. The system lies at a distance of ...

                                               

Phi Fornacis

Phi Fornacis is a single star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It has a white hue and is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.13. The distance to this object is approximately 154 light years based on par ...

                                               

Pi Fornacis

π Fornacis is the Bayer designation for a binary star system in the southern constellation of Fornax. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 5.360, which is bright enough to be seen with the naked eye on a dark night. With an annual parallax shif ...

                                               

Zeta Fornacis

ζ Fornacis is the Bayer designation for a star in the southern constellation of Fornax. It is faintly visible to the naked eye with an apparent visual magnitude of 5.67. Based upon a measured annual parallax shift of 30.66 mas, it is about 106 li ...

                                               

1 Geminorum

1 Geminorum is a star in the constellation Gemini. Its apparent magnitude is 4.15. In the 19th century, John Flamsteed numbered the brighter stars, by constellation, from west to east, and 1 Geminorum was the first star listed in Gemini. It is al ...

                                               

3 Geminorum

3 Geminorum is a blue supergiant star in the constellation Gemini. It is a small amplitude pulsating variable and a close double star, with a mean combined apparent visual magnitude of 5.75. 3 Geminorum was found to be an α Cygni variable in 1998 ...

                                               

6 Geminorum

6 Geminorum is a variable star in the zodiac constellation of Gemini, located roughly 5.000 light years away from the Sun. It has the variable star designation BU Geminorum ; 6 Geminorum is the Flamsteed designation. At its brightest this reddish ...

                                               

37 Geminorum

37 Geminorum is a star located at the northwest part of the northern zodiac constellation of Gemini. Its distance from the Sun is about 56.2 light years. It is a solitary, G-type main sequence star with a stellar classification of G0 V. No extras ...

                                               

38 Geminorum

38 Geminorum is a binary star system in the northern zodiac constellation of Gemini. It has the Bayer designation e Geminorum, while 38 Geminorum is the Flamsteed designation. This system is visible to the naked eye as a faint, white-hued point o ...

                                               

81 Geminorum

81 Geminorum is a binary star system in the northern constellation of Gemini. It has the Bayer designation g Geminorum, while 81 Geminorum is its Flamsteed designation. This system is visible to the naked eye as a faint, orange-hued point of ligh ...

                                               

V429 Geminorum

V429 Geminorum is a young orange dwarf star in the constellation Gemini, located nearly 85 light years away from the Sun. It is a BY Draconis variable, a cool dwarf which varies rapidly in brightness as it rotates.

                                               

BG Geminorum

BG Geminorum is an eclipsing binary star system in the constellation Gemini. It consists of a K0 supergiant with a more massive but unseen companion. The companion is likely to be either a black hole or class B star. Material from the K0 star is ...

                                               

Castor (star)

Castor is the second-brightest object in the zodiac constellation of Gemini and one of the brightest stars in the night sky. It has the Bayer designation α Geminorum, which is Latinised to Alpha Geminorum and abbreviated Alpha Gem or α Gem. It ap ...

                                               

Chi Geminorum

Chi Geminorum is a binary star system in the constellation Gemini, near the western border with Cancer. It can be viewed with the naked eye on a dark night, having an apparent visual magnitude of 4.98. Based upon an annual parallax shift of 12.73 ...

                                               

CXOU J061705.3+222127

CXOU J061705.3+222127 is a neutron star. It was likely formed 30.000 years ago in the supernova that created the supernova remnant IC 443, the Jellyfish Nebula. It is travelling at approximately 800.000 km/h away from the site.

                                               

Delta Geminorum

δ Geminorum Latinised to Delta Geminorum is the systems Bayer designation. It bore the traditional name Wasat, which derives from the Arabic word for "middle". In 2016, the International Astronomical Union organized a Working Group on Star Names ...

                                               

Epsilon Geminorum

Epsilon Geminorum, formally named Mebsuta, is a star in the constellation of Gemini, on the outstretched right leg of the twin Castor. The apparent visual magnitude of +3.06 makes it one of the brighter stars in this constellation. The distance t ...

                                               

Eta Geminorum

Eta Geminorum, formally named Propus, is a triple star system in the constellation of Gemini. It is a naked-eye variable star around 380 light years from the Sun.

                                               

Gamma Geminorum

Gamma Geminorum, formally named Alhena, is the third-brightest object in the constellation of Gemini. It has an apparent visual magnitude of 1.9, making it easily visible to the naked eye even in urban regions. Based upon parallax measurements wi ...

                                               

Geminga

Geminga is a neutron star approximately 250 parsecs from the Sun in the constellation Gemini. Its name, attributed by its discoverer Giovanni Bignami, is both a contraction of Gemin i ga mma-ray source, and a transcription of the words ghe minga, ...