The Astronomical object reference article from the English Wikipedia on 24-Jul-2004
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Astronomical object

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Solar system Extrasolar system
Simple objects Compound objects Extended objects
  • Exoplanets
    • Hot Jupiters
    • Eccentric Jupiters
    • Transiting planets
    • Pulsar planets
    • Free-floating planets
  • Brown dwarfs
    • Lithium dwarfs
    • Methane dwarfs
  • Stars by spectral type
    • Blue stars
    • Blue-white stars
    • White stars
    • Yellow-white stars
    • Yellow stars
    • Orange stars
    • Red stars
    • Carbon stars
    • Wolf-Rayet stars
  • Stars by luminosity class
    • Dwarf (Main sequence) stars
      • Yellow dwarfs
      • Orange dwarfs
      • Red dwarfs
    • Subgiant stars
    • Giant stars
      • Red giants
      • Blue giants
    • Bright giant stars
    • Supergiant stars
      • Red supergiants
    • Hypergiant stars
  • Variable stars
    • Pulsating variables
      • Mira variables
      • Cepheid variables
      • Semiregular variables
      • Irregular variables
    • Eruptive variables
      • Flare stars
      • Luminous blue variables
    • Cataclysmic variables
      • Dwarf novae
      • Novae
      • Supernovae
      • Gamma ray bursts
    • Rotating variables
  • Compact stars

See lists of astronomical objects for a list of the various lists of astronomical objects in Wikipedia.