The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has released a new list of Aries stars.
The list of the “most luminous” stars, which are classified as Aries constellations, includes the brightest Aries star, Aries, as well as two other stars, Cygnis and Cygnal.
The stars, discovered in the 1970s by the Hubble Space Telescope, are part of a cluster of stars called the Messier objects.
Messier is a name for the constellation in which they are located.
Messier objects are a collection of stars, including stars that are close together, that orbit each other and are visible from Earth.
They are found in the Northern Hemisphere and include both the Sun and a small number of other stars.
In the new list, the brightest star, Cyg, is ranked No. 4 in terms of total brightness, followed by Messier 1, Messier 2 and Messier 3.
Messiers 1 and 2 are about 6,000 light-years from Earth, while Messier and Messiers 3 are about 3,500 light-days apart.
Messiers 1-3 are classified by the IAU as “low” in terms, while other stars are classified in the same way.
Messers 4-8 are classified a “high” or “excellent” brightness level, while the lowest star in Messier constellation is known as Messier 9.
Messiest objects are not the only types of stars in the Messiers constellation.
The group also includes star clusters, but only the brightest ones.