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https://www.universetoday.com/25201/list-of-stars/

Feb 11, 2009 ... Most stars have scientific names, but some have common names that have been passed down through history. Some astronomers use the ...

http://www.astro.wisc.edu/~dolan/constellations/starname_list.html

List of Named Stars in Alphabetical Order. ACAMAR · ACHERNAR · Achird · ACRUX · Acubens · ADARA · Adhafera · Adhil · AGENA · Ain al Rami · Ain · Al Anz ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_stars

The following are lists of stars. These are astronomical objects that spend some portion of their existence generating energy through thermonuclear fusion.

https://www.space.com/57-stars-formation-classification-and-constellations.html

Jul 20, 2017 ... (Microwave emissions are generally used to probe the young universe's origins, but they are occasionally used to study stars.) In 1990, the first ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_proper_names_of_stars

These names of stars that have either been approved by the International Astronomical Union ... Means "universe" or "everything" in the Hebrew language.

https://www.naic.edu/~gibson/starnames/starnames.html

ANDROMEDA (And, ANDROMEDAE): the daughter of Cassiopeia. ALPHA, And, Alpheratz or Sirrah (also delta Peg), "the horse" or "navel". BETA, And, Mirach ...

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/universe/stars/

Mar 20, 2019 ... These luminous balls of gas helped ancient explorers navigate the seas and now help modern-day scientists navigate the universe.

https://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-resources/how-many-stars-are-there/

Jul 15, 2014 ... ... stars are there, and how many of them can we see in our skies? The answer: We observe only a tiny fraction of the observable universe's ...

https://www.lpi.usra.edu/education/skytellers/constellations/

Most of the constellation names we know came from the ancient Middle Eastern, Greek, and Roman cultures. They identified clusters of stars as gods, ...

https://family.disney.com/baby-names/star-and-planet-names/

In a galaxy far, far away (or perhaps not so far), there's a baby name that suits your little star. Now bring it down to earth and browse our list of star and planet ...