NAMED STARS
(MOST WITH SOME TYPE OF PECULIAR CHARACTERISTICS)

THE "'B" ABBREVIATION GIVES A PAGE NUMBER IN BURNHAM'S

ANDREW'S STAR AUR GC 7066: SUSPECTED FLARE STAR (B=290)

BARNARD'S STAR OPH LTF 1385: FAINT RED DWARF WITH HIGHEST KNOWN PROPER MOTION(B=1251) FINDER- B 1253 SEE VERY LARGE PROPER MOTION STARS

BARNARD'S RUNAWAY STAR SEE ABOVE (B=1251)

BLAZE STAR T CRB: BRIGHTEST AND BEST EXAMPLE OF A FLARE STAR (B=708) FINDER- B 710 SEE RED STARS

CRIMSON STAR R LEP: VERY RED STAR (B=1093) FINDER- B 1094 SEE RED STARS

DEMON STAR BETA PER = ALGOL: (B=1409)

DOG STAR ALPHA CMA = SIRIUS: (B=387)

FLYING STAR 61 CYG: FAST PROPER MOTION BINARY (B=768) ORBIT DIAGRAM- B 769 SEE VERY LARGE PROPER MOTION STARS

HERSHAL'S GARNET STAR
MU CEP: VERY RED STAR (B=596) (SEE RED STARS)
HIND'S CRIMSON STAR R LEP: SEE CRIMSON STAR (B=1093)

IRON STAR XX OPH: IONIZED IRON SPECTRUM (B=1246) FINDER- B 1248

KAPTEYN'S STAR PIC HD 33793: SECOND LARGEST PROPER MOTION (B=1462) FINDER- 1463 SEE VERY LARGE PROPER MOTION STARS

KEPLER'S STAR
V843 OPH: NOVA 1604 (B=1249) CHART- B 1250

LA SUPERBA Y CVN: SPLENDED SPECTRUM B-V=2.55 (B=361) SEE RED STARS

LITTLE DOG STAR ALPHA CMI = PROCYON: (B=448)

LUYTEN'S FLARE STAR CET L-726-8: SMALL BINARY- PERHAPS THE SMALLEST MASS KNOWN (B=641) FINDER- B 642

MEDUSA SEE DEMON STAR (B=1409)

NILE STAR ALPHA CMA = SIRIUS: (B=387)

PEACOCK STAR ALPHA PAV: (B=1355)

PEARCE'S STAR AO CAS: ONE OF THE MOST MASSIVE SYSTEMS KNOWN- 2 O STARS, 3.5 DAYS, 15 MEGMILES ALMOST TOUCHING- MAYBE THE MOST LUMINOUS IN GALAXY- (B=503)

PLASKETT'S STAR MON HD 47129: ALMOST MOST MASSIVE BINARY SYSTEM KNOWN 14.4 DAYS- 2 O STARS (B=1193)

TYCHO'S STAR CAS NOVA 1572: NEAR BETA CAS (B=503) FINDER- B 504

VAN BIESBROECK'S STAR AQU WOLF 1055b, ROSS 652b: RED DWARF LOWEST SURFACE BRIGHTNESS KNOWN (B=226) FINDER- B 227

VAN MAANEN'S STAR
PSC WOLF 28: EASIEST WHITE DWARF TO FIND (B=1474) FINDER- B 1476 SEE BRIGHT WHITE DWARFS