List of Stars in the Microscopium Constellation

The Microscopium constellation is formed by 5 main stars that form its shape in the sky. Inside its area, there are currently 61 discovered stars.

The constellation of Microscopium represents a microscope.

Below you will find the full list of stars in the Microscopium constellation and their names as well as some general information about each of them.

Here’s what each of the columns means.

Proper name: This is the common name we give to some of the most prominent stars in the sky. These names have been passed from ancient civilizations and they are usually of Greek or Arabic origin. Due to the number of stars in the universe, most stars discovered these days do not receive a proper name.

Name: The scientific, Latinized name for the star.

Designation: Abbreviation of the scientific name or designation if it doesn’t have one. It is based on the Bayer catalog of stars.

Distance: How far away from Earth the star is. Given in light-years.

Visible magnitude: The brightness of the star as seen from Earth. Also known as apparent magnitude.

Absolute magnitude: The true brightness of the star, regardless of the point of view.

Stellar classification: Classification of the star according to its electromagnetic characteristics.

Proper NameNameDesignationDistance (light-years)Visible magnitudeAbsolute magnitudeStellar classification
Gamma Microscopiiγ Mic223.004.670.49G8III
Epsilon Microscopiiε Mic165.004.711.19A0V
Theta1 Microscopiiθ1 Mic186.004.801.01A2p
Alpha Microscopiiα Mic380.004.89−0.45G8III
Iota Microscopiiι Mic134.005.112.04F1IV
Nu Microscopiiν Mic216.005.121.01K0III
2 PsA2 PsA354.005.200.02K2III
HD 201772HD 201772109.005.252.63F5V
Zeta Microscopiiζ Mic115.005.322.58F3V
HD 198716HD 198716412.005.34−0.17K2III
3 PsA3 PsA391.005.410.01K3III
HD 196737HD 196737239.005.471.14K1III
HD 197630HD 197630320.005.480.52B8/B9V
HD 204018HD 204018176.005.501.84Am
HD 198357HD 198357627.005.52−0.90K3III
Eta Microscopiiη Mic931.005.55−1.73K3III
HD 203949HD 203949276.005.641K2III
Delta Microscopiiδ Mic332.005.690.65K0/K1III
HD 196917HD 196917419.005.750.2M1III
Theta2 Microscopiiθ2 Mic463.005.760A0III
HD 201647HD 201647106.005.833.28F5IV
HD 200073HD 200073214.005.931.84K2III
HD 201852HD 201852337.005.970.9K0III
Beta Microscopiiβ Mic661.006.06−0.48A1IV
HD 194783HD 194783627.006.09−0.33B8II/III
HD 199684HD 199684135.006.103.01F2V
HD 202287HD 202287862.006.13−0.98K3III
HD 202135HD 202135583.006.20−0.06K1III
HD 196748HD 196748467.006.250.47G6III
HD 200245HD 2002451264.006.25−1.69K0III
AV MicroscopiiAV Mic934.006.28−1.01M3II
HD 197093HD 1970931315.006.30−1.73K1III
HD 195206HD 195206594.006.350.05A5V
HD 198751HD 198751531.006.350.29K1III
HD 195902HD 195902411.006.360.86K1III
HD 202773HD 202773403.006.400.94K0IV
BY MicroscopiiBY Mic956.006.41−0.93M1III
HD 195843HD 195843593.006.420.12B8V
HD 198356HD 198356695.006.42−0.22K5III
HD 195814HD 195814218.006.452.32A5m…
HD 197900HD 197900584.006.470.2K1IV
HD 201242HD 201242241.006.472.13F7V
HD 197649HD 197649226.006.492.28F3/F5V
Lacaille 8760Lacaille 876012.876.688.69M0V
HD 202628HD 20262879.616.75G5V
AU MicroscopiiAU Mic32.318.63M1Ve
HD 203932HD 2039328.81A5p
HD 202759HD 2027595300.009.05A0:IIIw
BO MicroscopiiBO Mic170.109.345.8K3V(e)
V MicroscopiiV Mic2100.009.40M4e
ZZ MicroscopiiZZ Mic911.009.43A6IV
WASP-94 AWASP-94 A10.10F8
AT MicroscopiiAT Mic34.8710.36M4Ve
WASP-94 BWASP-94 B10.50F9
CD-43 14304CD-43 1430411.00M0.2e
WASP-92 AWASP-92 A1729.0013.18F7
PSR J2124-3358PSR J2124-3358