Epsilon Bootis (B component)


Distance (Light Years) 210 ± 11
Apparent Magnitude (combined) 2.35
Color (B-V)

Description of the Star

Izar B is a white A2V main sequence star. The spectral type implies a diameter more than twice that of the sun, and a mass of almost three times that of the sun with an effective temperature of 9300 K.

Izar B has a Apparent Magnitude about 4.7 corresponding to a luminosity about 48 times that of the sun.

Other Designations For This Star


36 Bootis

Hipparcos Identifier (HIP Number)

Harvard Revised (HR Number)


Henry Draper Catalog (HD Number)


Bonner Durchmusterung (BD Number)

BD+27 2417
Smithsonian Astrophysical
Observatory compendium (SAO Number)

Fundamental Katalog (FK5 Number)



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