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Peta animasi 3D saking bintang-bintang pinih nampek sane berpusat ring Matahari. Kacamata 3D red green kaaptiang mangda prasida nyingakin gambar puniki luwih becik.
Peta konformal jarak miwah sudut objek luar angkasa sané magenah ring jarak 12 taun cahaya saking Matahari.

Puniki suratan indik lis bintang sané pinih nampek ring jarak 50 parsec (163 warsa cahaya) saking Tata Surya. Jantos mangkin, 76 bintang sakadi punika sampun kapanggihin, miwah wantah sia sané cukup terang mangda prasida kacingakin antuk teleskop. Cahya sané kanten patut nyantos utawi langkungan ring tingkat kecerahan paling redup, inggih punika nilai magnitudo semu 6,5 mangda prasida kacingakin antuk mata telanjang saking Bumi.[1]

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# Penandaan Soroh bintang mV MV Teff
K(±batas kesalahan)
Epos J2000.0 Paralaks[2][3]
mili detik busur(±batas kesalahan)
Jarak[4]
Tahun cahaya(±batas kesalahan)
Referensi
tambahan
Sistem Bintang PK[2] Pen[2]
Tata Surya Matahari (Sol) G2V[2] −26,72[2] 4,85[2]  5,778[5] 180° 0,0000158(3)
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8 menit cahaya
1 Alpha Centauri
(Rigil Kentaurus; Toliman)
Proxima Centauri (V645 Centauri) M5,5Ve 11,09[2] 15,53[2]  3,040[6]  14j 29m 43,0d  −62° 40′ 46″ 0,768 87(0 29)″[7][8] 4,2421(16) [9]
α Centauri A (HD 128620) G2V[2] 0,01[2] 4,38[2]  5,790[6]  14j 39m 36,5d  −60° 50′ 02″ 0,747 23(1 17)″[7][10] 4,3650(68)
α Centauri B (HD 128621) K0V[2] 1,34[2] 5,71[2]  5,260[6]  14j 39m 35,1d  −60° 50′ 14″
2 Bintang Barnard (BD+04°3561a) M4,0Ve 9,53[2] 13,22[2]  3,134(102)[11]  17j 57m 48,5d  +04° 41′ 36″ 0,546 98(1 00)″[7][8] 5,9630(109)
3 Wolf 359 (CN Leonis) M6,0V[2] 13,44[2] 16,55[2]  2,800(100)[12]  10j 56m 29,2d  +07° 00′ 53″ 0,419 10(2 10)″[7] 7,7825(390)
4 Lalande 21185 (BD+36°2147) M2,0V[2] 7,47[2] 10,44[2]  3,400[13]  11j 03m 20,2d  +35° 58′ 12″ 0,393 42(0 70)″[7][8] 8,2905(148)
5 Sirius
(α Canis Majoris)
Sirius A A1V[2] −1,43[2] 1,47[2]  9,940(210)[14]  06j 45m 08,9d  −16° 42′ 58″ 0,380 02(1 28)″[7][8] 8,5828(289)
Sirius B DA2[2] 8,44[2] 11,34[2] 25,000(200)[15]
6 Luyten 726-8 Luyten 726-8 A (BL Ceti) M5,5Ve 12,54[2] 15,40[2]  2,670  01j 39m 01,3d  −17° 57′ 01″ 0,373 70(2 70)″[7] 8,7280(631)
Luyten 726-8 B (UV Ceti) M6,0Ve 12,99[2] 15,85[2] ~2,600
7 Ross 154 (V1216 Sagittarii) M3,5Ve 10,43[2] 13,07[2]  2,700  18j 49m 49,4d  −23° 50′ 10″ 0,336 90(1 78)″[7][8] 9,6813(512)
8 Ross 248 (HH Andromedae) M5,5Ve 12,29[2] 14,79[2] Mal:?  23j 41m 54,7d  +44° 10′ 30″ 0,316 00(1 10)″[7] 10,322(36)
9 Epsilon Eridani (BD−09°697) K2V[2] 3,73[2] 6,19[2]  5,100  03j 32m 55,8d  −09° 27′ 30″ 0,309 99(0 79)″[7][8] 10,522(27)
10 Lacaille 9352 (CD−36°15693) M1,5Ve 7,34[2] 9,75[2]  3,340  23j 05m 52,0d  −35° 51′ 11″ 0,303 64(0 87)″[7][8] 10,742(31)
11 Ross 128 (FI Virginis) M4,0Vn 11,13[2] 13,51[2]  2,800  11j 47m 44,4d  +00° 48′ 16″ 0,298 72(1 35)″[7][8] 10,919(49)
12 EZ Aquarii
(GJ 866, Luyten 789-6)
EZ Aquarii A M5,0Ve 13,33[2] 15,64[2] Mal:?  22j 38m 33,4d  −15° 18′ 07″ 0,289 50(4 40)″[7] 11,266(171)
EZ Aquarii B M? 13,27[2] 15,58[2] Mal:?
EZ Aquarii C M? 14,03[2] 16,34[2] Mal:?
13 Procyon
(α Canis Minoris)
Procyon A F5V-IV[2] 0,38[2] 2,66[2]  6,650  07j 39m 18,1d  +05° 13′ 30″ 0,286 05(0 81)″[7][8] 11,402(32)
Procyon B DA[2] 10,70[2] 12,98[2]  9,700
14 61 Cygni 61 Cygni A (BD+38°4343) K5,0V[2] 5,21[2] 7,49[2]  4,640  21j 06m 53,9d  +38° 44′ 58″ 0,286 04(0 56)″[7][8] 11,403(22)
61 Cygni B (BD+38°4344) K7,0V[2] 6,03[2] 8,31[2]  4,440  21j 06m 55,3d  +38° 44′ 31″
15 Struve 2398
(GJ 725, BD+59°1915)
Struve 2398 A (HD 173739) M3,0V[2] 8,90[2] 11,16[2] Mal:?  18j 42m 46,7d  +59° 37′ 49″ 0,283 00(1 69)″[7][8] 11,525(69)
Struve 2398 B (HD 173740) M3,5V[2] 9,69[2] 11,95[2] Mal:?  18j 42m 46,9d  +59° 37′ 37″
16 Groombridge 34
(GJ 15)
Groombridge 34 A (GX Andromedae) M1,5V[2] 8,08[2] 10,32[2] Mal:?  0j 18m 22,9d  +44° 01′ 23″ 0,280 59(0 95)″[7][8] 11,624(39)
Groombridge 34 B (GQ Andromedae) M3,5V[2] 11,06[2] 13,30[2] Mal:?
17 Epsilon Indi
(CPD−57°10015)
Epsilon Indi A K5Ve[2] 4,69[2] 6,89[2]  4,280  22j 03m 21,7d  −56° 47′ 10″ 0,275 84(0 69)″[7][8] 11,824(30)
Epsilon Indi Ba T1,0V >23 >25  1,280  22j 04m 10,5d  −56° 46′ 58″
Epsilon Indi Bb T6,0V >23 >25    850
18 DX Cancri (G 51-15) M6,5Ve 14,78[2] 16,98[2] Mal:?  08j 29m 49,5d  +26° 46′ 37″ 0,275 80(3 00)″[7] 11,826(129)
19 Tau Ceti (BD−16°295) G8Vp[2] 3,49[2] 5,68[2]  5,344  01j 44m 04,1d  −15° 56′ 15″ 0,274 39(0 76)″[7][8] 11,887(33)
20 GJ 1061 (LHS 1565) M5,5V[2] 13,09[2] 15,26[2] Mal:?  03j 35m 59,7d  −44° 30′ 45″ 0,272 01(1 30)″[16] 11,991(57) [17][18]
21 YZ Ceti (LHS 138) M4,5V[2] 12,02[2] 14,17[2] Mal:?  01j 12m 30,6d  −16° 59′ 56″ 0,268 84(2 95)″[7][8] 12,132(133)
22 Bintang Luyten (BD+05°1668) M3,5Vn 9,86[2] 11,97[2] Mal:?  07j 27m 24,5d  +05° 13′ 33″ 0,263 76(1 25)″[7][8] 12,366(59)
23 Bintang Teegarden (SO025300,5+165258) M6,5V 15,14[2] 17,22[2] Mal:?  02j 53m 00,9d  +16° 52′ 53″ 0,260 63(2 69)″[16] 12,514(129) [18]
24 SCR 1845-6357 SCR 1845-6357 A M8,5V[2] 17,39 19,41 Mal:?  18j 45m 05,3d  −63° 57′ 48″ 0,259 45(1 11)″[16] 12,571(54) [18]
SCR 1845-6357 B T6[19] Mal:? Mal:?    950[19]  18j 45m 02,6d  −63° 57′ 52″
25 Bintang Kapteyn (CD−45°1841) M1,5V[2] 8,84[2] 10,87[2]  3,800  05j 11m 40,6d  −45° 01′ 06″ 0,255 27(0 86)″[7][8] 12,777(43)
26 Lacaille 8760 (AX Microscopii) M0,0V[2] 6,67[2] 8,69[2]  3,340  21j 17m 15,3d  −38° 52′ 03″ 0,253 43(1 12)″[7][8] 12,870(57)
27 Kruger 60
(BD+56°2783)
Kruger 60 A M3,0V[2] 9,79[2] 11,76[2]  3,180  22j 27m 59,5d  +57° 41′ 45″ 0,248 06(1 39)″[7][10] 13,149(74)
Kruger 60 B (DO Cephei) M4,0V[2] 11,41[2] 13,38[2]  2,890
28 DEN 1048-3956 M8,5V[2] 17,39[2] 19,37[2] Mal:?  10j 48m 14,7d  −39° 56′ 06″ 0,247 71(1 55)″[16] 13,167(82) [20][21]
29 Ross 614
(V577 Monocerotis, GJ 234)
Ross 614A (LHS 1849) M4,5V[2] 11,15[2] 13,09[2] Mal:?  06j 29m 23,4d  −02° 48′ 50″ 0,244 34(2 01)″[7][10] 13,349(110)
Ross 614B (LHS 1850) M5,5V 14,23[2] 16,17[2] Mal:?
30 Gl 628 (Wolf 1061, BD−12°4523) M3,0V[2] 10,07[2] 11,93[2] Mal:?  16j 30m 18,1d  −12° 39′ 45″ 0,236 01(1 67)″[7][8] 13,820(98)
31 Bintang Van Maanen (Gl 35, LHS 7) DZ7[2] 12,38[2] 14,21[2] Mal:?  00j 49m 09,9d  +05° 23′ 19″ 0,231 88(1 79)″[7][8] 14,066(109)
32 Gl 1 (CD−37°15492) M3,0V[2] 8,55[2] 10,35[2] Mal:?  00j 05m 24,4d  −37° 21′ 27″ 0,229 20(1 07)″[7][8] 14,231(66)
33 Wolf 424
(FL Virginis, LHS 333, GJ 473)
Wolf 424 A M5,5Ve 13,18[2] 14,97[2] Mal:?  12j 33m 17,2d  +09° 01′ 15″ 0,227 90(4 60)″ [7] 14,312(289)
Wolf 424 B M7Ve 13,17[2] 14,96[2] Mal:?
34 TZ Arietis (GJ 83,1, Luyten 1159-16) M4,5V[2] 12,27[2] 14,03[2] Mal:?  02j 00m 13,2d  +13° 03′ 08″ 0,224 80(2 90)″[7] 14,509(187)
35 Gl 687 (LHS 450, BD+68°946) M3,0V[2] 9,17[2] 10,89[2] Mal:?  17j 36m 25,9d  +68° 20′ 21″ 0,220 49(0 82)″[7][8] 14,793(55)
36 LHS 292 (LP 731-58) M6,5V[2] 15,60[2] 17,32[2] Mal:?  10j 48m 12,6d  −11° 20′ 14″ 0,220 30(3 60)″[7] 14,805(242)
37 Gl 674 (LHS 449) M3,0V[2] 9,38[2] 11,09[2] Mal:?  17j 28m 39,9d  −46° 53′ 43″ 0,220 25(1 59)″[7][8] 14,809(107)
38 GJ 1245 GJ 1245 A M5,5V[2] 13,46[2] 15,17[2] Mal:?  19j 53m 54,2d  +44° 24′ 55″ 0,220 20(1 00)″[7] 14,812(67)
GJ 1245 B M6,0V[2] 14,01[2] 15,72[2] Mal:?  19j 53m 55,2d  +44° 24′ 56″
GJ 1245 C M? 16,75[2] 18,46[2] Mal:?  19j 53m 54,2d  +44° 24′ 55″
39 GJ 440 (WD 1142-645) DQ6[2] 11,50[2] 13,18[2]  7,500  11j 45m 42,9d  −64° 50′ 29″ 0,216 57(2 01)″[7][8] 15,060(140)
40 GJ 1002 M5,5V[2] 13,76[2] 15,40[2] Mal:?  00j 06m 43,8d  −07° 32′ 22″ 0,213 00(3 60)″[7] 15,313(259)
41 Ross 780 (GJ 876) M3,5V[2] 10,17[2] 11,81[2]  3,480  22j 53m 16,7d  −14° 15′ 49″ 0,212 59(1 96)″[7][8] 15,342(141)
42 LHS 288 (Luyten 143-23) M5,5V[2] 13,90[2] 15,51[2] Mal:?  10j 44m 21,2d  −61° 12′ 36″ 0,208 95(2 73)″[16] 15,610(204) [18]
43 GJ 412 GJ 412 A M1,0V[2] 8,77[2] 10,34[2] Mal:?  11j 05m 28,6d  +43° 31′ 36″ 0,206 02(1 08)″[7][8] 15,832(83)
GJ 412 B (WX Ursae Majoris) M5,5V[2] 14,48[2] 16,05[2] Mal:?  11j 05m 30,4d  +43° 31′ 18″
44 Groombridge 1618 (GJ 380) K7,0V[2] 6,59[2] 8,16[2]  4,000  10j 11m 22,1d  +49° 27′ 15″ 0,205 81(0 67)″[7][8] 15,848(52)
45 GJ 388 M3,0V[2] 9,32[2] 10,87[2] Mal:?  10j 19m 36,4d  +19° 52′ 10″ 0,204 60(2 80)″[7] 15,942(218)
46 GJ 832 M3,0V[2] 8,66[2] 10,20[2] Mal:?  21j 33m 34,0d  −49° 00′ 32″ 0,202 78(1 32)″[7][8] 16,085(105)
47 LP 944-020 M9,0V[2] 18,50[2] 20,02[2] Mal:?  03j 39m 35,2d  −35° 25′ 41″ 0,201 40(4 20)″[22] 16,195(338)
48 DEN 0255-4700 L7,5V[2] 22,92[2] 24,44[2] Mal:?  02j 55m 03,7d  −47° 00′ 52″ 0,201 37(3 89)″[16] 16,197(313) [21]
49 GJ 682 M4,5V[2] 10,95[2] 12,45[2] Mal:?  17j 37m 03,7d  −44° 19′ 09″ 0,199 65(2 30)″[7][8] 16,337(188)
# Sistem Bintang Kelas bintang mV MV Teff
K(±err)
PK[2] Pen[2] Paralaks[2][3]
arka saat(±err)
Jarak[4]
Tahun cahaya(±err)
Referensi
tambahan
Penandaan Epos J2000.0

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Referensi[uah | uah wit]

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