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TYPES OF STARS

  • A star
  • Ae star
  • AI Velorum star
  • Algol star
  • Alpha Cygni star
  • Alpha2 Canum Venaticorum star
  • AM Canum Venaticorum star
  • AM Herculis star
  • Am star
  • anomalous X-ray pulsar
  • Ap star
  • asymptotic giant branch (AGB)

  • B star
  • Bailey types
  • barium star
  • Be star
  • beat Cepheid
  • Beta Cephei star
  • Beta Lyrae star
  • binary pulsar
  • binary star
  • BL Herculis star
  • black dwarf
  • black hole
  • blue giant
  • blue horizontal-branch star
  • blue straggler
  • blue supergiant
  • Bp star
  • brown dwarf
  • bump Cepheid
  • Bw star
  • BY Draconis star

  • carbon star
  • cataclysmic binary
  • cataclysmic variable
  • Cepheid variable
  • CH star
  • close binary
  • CN star
  • CNO star
  • cocoon star
  • common-envelope star
  • companion
  • companion, unseen
  • contact binary

  • degenerate star
  • Delta Cephei star
  • Delta Scuti star
  • disk star
  • double star
  • double-mode variable
  • DQ Herculis star
  • dwarf star

  • early-type star
  • eclipsing binary
  • ellipsoidal variable
  • ER Ursae Majoris star
  • eruptive variable
  • extreme horizontal branch star
  • extreme Population I star
  • extrinsic variable

  • F star
  • final helium flash object
  • FK Comae Berenices star
  • flare star
  • Fp star
  • FU Orionis star

  • G star
  • Gamma Cassiopeiae star
  • giant star

  • helium star
  • Herbig Ae/Be star
  • high-velocity star
  • hot subdwarf
  • hypergiant
  • hypernova
  • hypervelocity star
  • HZ Herculis star

  • interacting binary
  • intermediate population star
  • intrinsic variable
  • irregular variable

  • K star

  • Lambda Bootis star
  • Lambda Eridani star
  • late-type star
  • lithium-rich star
  • long-period variable

  • M star
  • magnetar
  • magnetic cataclysmic variable
  • manganese star
  • metal-poor star
  • metal-rich star
  • microquasar
  • millisecond pulsar
  • Mira star
  • MS star

  • naked-eye star
  • neutron star
  • nova

  • O star
  • Orion variable
  • Orion-type star
  • overcontact binary

  • peculiar star
  • PG 1159 stars
  • pole stars
  • population
  • Population I
  • Population II
  • Population III
  • pre-main-sequence object
  • primary
  • protostar
  • protostellar core
  • pulsar
  • pulsating variable
  • PV Telescopii star

  • quark star

  • R Canis Majoris star
  • R Coronae Borealis star
  • R star
  • rapid irregular variable
  • red dwarf
  • red giant
  • red supergiant
  • reflecting binary
  • rogue star
  • rotating variable
  • RR Lyrae star
  • RS Canum Venaticorum star
  • runaway star
  • RV Tauri star

  • S Doradus star
  • S star
  • S Vulpeculae star
  • semiregular variable
  • shell star
  • silicon star
  • soft gamma repeater
  • spectroscopic binary
  • spectroscopic companion
  • SS Cygni star
  • standard star
  • star
  • SU Ursae Majoris star
  • subdwarf
  • subgiant
  • supergiant
  • supernova
  • supernova imposter
  • SX Arietis star
  • SX Phoenicis star
  • symbiotic star

  • T Tauri star
  • technetium star
  • transition variable

  • U Geminorum star
  • ultra-cool star
  • UU Herculis star
  • UV Ceti star
  • UX Ursae Majoris star

  • variable star
  • variable star naming

  • W Ursae Majoris star
  • W Virginis star
  • white dwarf
  • Wolf-Rayet star
  • WZ Sagittae star

  • X-ray binary
  • X-ray jet variable
  • X-ray nova
  • X-ray pulsar

  • young stellar object
  • YY Orionis star

  • Z Andromedae star
  • Z Camelopardalis star
  • ZZ Ceti star