Fixed star:  HYADUM2  (See also Prima Hyadum)
Constellation:  Delta (δ) Taurus
Longitude 1900:  05GEM28 Longitude 2000: 06GEM52
Declination 1900:  +17.18' Declination 2000:  +17.32'
Right ascension:  04h 22m Latitude:   -03.58'
Spectral class:  G8 Magnitude:  3.9

The history of the star: Hyadum2

from p.391 of Star Names, Richard Hinckley Allen, 1889.


Delta (δ) Taurus, 4.2, Hyadum2 is a star on the face of the Bull, one the Hyades group; the six stars (excluding Aldebaran) situated on the face of the Bull.

See Prima Hyadum for the history and astrological interpretations.