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Yellow Giants

Yellow Giant, Supergiant & Hypergiant Stars

These are the brightest yellow giant, supergiant, and hypergiant stars that can be found by eye, binoculars, or small (4-inch) telescope.

      1. Star, Magnitude (m)
      2. Type
      3. Constellation, Season
      1. Sadalmelik   (2.9)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Aquarius  (Fall)
      1. Wezen   (1.8)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Canis Major  (Winter)
      1. V382 Carinae   (3.8)
      2. hypergiant  
      3. Carina  (Spring)
      1. ρ Cassiopeiae   (4.1-6.2)
      2. hypergiant  
      3. Cassiopeia  (Fall)
      1. V509 Cas   (4.6-6.1)
      2. hypergiant  
      3. Cassiopeia  (Fall)
      1. V766 Centauri   (6.1-7.5)
      2. hypergiant  
      3. Centaurus  (Spring)
      1. Mebsuta   (3.1)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Gemini  (Winter)
      1. 89 Herculis   (5.4)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Hercules  (Summer)
      1. Arneb   (2.6)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Lepus  (Summer)
      1. 9 Pegasi   (4.4)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Pegasus  (Fall)
      1. Mirfak   (1.8)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Perseus  (Winter)
      1. μ Persei   (4.2)
      2. supergiant  
      3. Perseus  (Winter)