Tyberius (also known as Mu Aquilae A) is a star, spectral class K, visible from Earth (111 light-years distant) in the constellation of Aquila.

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This star is a singular body, with no other stars as immediate companions, although it overlaps several other stars of the Mu Aquilae areas visually when viewed from Earth. (ST reference: Star Charts)

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Stars, systems and objects of the Aquila constellation
31 AquilaeAlpha Aquilae (Altair)Beta Aquilae (Alshain)Delta AquilaeMu Aquilae (Mu Aquilae A (Tyberius)) • Zeta Aquilae (Deneb el Okab)
Planets and planetoids: Altair IIIAltair IVAltair VIAltair VIIBeta Aquilae IIZeta Aquilae

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