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The following are lists of stars. These are astronomical objects that spend
some portion of their existence generating energy through thermonuclear fusion.==By location==
List of stars by constellation==By name==
List of traditional star names List of Arabic star names
List of Chinese star names Stars named after people==By proximity==
List of nearest stars and brown dwarfs – up to 16.3 light-years
List of star systems within 20–25 light-years List of star systems within 25–30 light-years
List of star systems within 30–35 light-years List of star systems within 35–40 light-years
List of star systems within 40–45 light-years List of star systems within 45–50 light-years
List of star systems within 50–55 light-years List of star systems within 55–60 light-years
List of star systems within 60–65 light-years List of star systems within 65–70 light-years
List of star systems within 70–75 light-years List of nearest bright stars
List of brightest stars List of stars more luminous than any closer
star==By physical characteristic==
List of brightest stars List of most luminous stars
List of most massive stars List of largest stars
List of smallest stars List of oldest stars
List of least massive stars==By variability or other factor==
List of brown dwarfs List of collapsars (black holes)
List of notable variable stars List of semiregular variable stars
List of stars that dim oddly List of stars with confirmed extrasolar planets
List of supernova candidates List of white dwarfs
List of red dwarfs==Other star listings==
List of brightest stars and other record stars List of extremes in the sky
List of hypothetical stars List of selected stars for navigation
List of star extremes List of stars that dim oddly
List of stars with resolved images List of supernovae
Lists of real astronomical locations in fiction Solar twins (Solar analogs)
Stars and planetary systems in fiction===Other stars===
The following is a list of particularly notable actual or hypothetical stars that have their
own articles in Wikipedia, but are not included in the lists above. BPM 37093 — a diamond star
Cygnus X-1 — X-ray source EBLM J0555-57Ab — is one of the smallest
stars ever discovered. HR 465 — chemically-peculiar variable star
MACS J1149 Lensed Star 1 (or Icarus) — most distant star, 9 billion light years away. P Cygni — suddenly brightened in the 17th
century WNC4 — Messier Object 40
Zeta Boötis — speckle binary test system==See also==Lists of astronomical objects
Astronomical naming conventions Star
Star catalogue Sun

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