Alpha Andromedae (also known as Delta Pegasi or the Alferaz or Alpheratz system) is a star system that was located a number of parsecs away from the Sol system, visible from Earth on the border of the constellations of Andromeda and Pegasus. This system was, by the late 24th century, a holding of the Federation.
History and specifics[edit | edit source]
- In modern day astronomical notation, the two stars of Alferaz do not have separate names, particularly the secondary's name "Hajj", which appears to have been devised for the Technical Manual.
System makeup[edit | edit source]
- Alpheratz primary star
- Alpheratz I
- Alpheratz II
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Connections[edit | edit source]
|Stars, systems and objects of the Andromeda constellation|
|Andromeda Galaxy (M31 Galaxy) • Andromeda system • Alpha Andromedae (Delta Pegasi: Alferaz A, Hajj) • Beta Andromedae (Mirach) • Gamma Andromedae (Alam'ak, Behr'ak, Czar'ak) • Groombridge 34 • Iota Andromedae • Mu Andromedae • NGC 162 • Upsilon Andromedae • Xi Andromedae|
|Stars, systems and objects of the Pegasus constellation|
|51 Pegasi • Delta Pegasi (Alpha Andromedae: Alferaz A, Hajj) • Epsilon Pegasi • Pegasus Minor • Sigma Pegasi (Gavaria) • Theta Pegasi (Baham) • Xi Pegasi (Neethia)|