The system is composed of two binary stars separated by 120 arcseconds on the sky. The primary component, ω Andromedae A, is a yellow-white F-type subgiant with an apparent magnitude of +4.83. It's binary companion, ω Andromedae B, is a 12th magnitude star 2 arcseconds away. The second binary, ω Andromedae C and D, is a pair of 10th magnitude stars separated by 4.9 arcseconds.
|NAME||Right ascension||Declination||Apparent magnitude (V)||Database references|
|ω Andromedae B (ADS 1152 C)||01h 27m 42s||+45° 24'||Simbad|
|ω Andromedae C (CCDM J01277+4524CD)||01h 27m 39.2s||+45° 24' 22''||10.4||Simbad|
|ω Andromedae D (ADS 1152 D)||01h 27m 42s||+45° 24'||Simbad|