List of stars in Lyra The brightest and by far the most well-known star in the constellation is Vega , a main-sequence star of spectral type A0Va. Vega is one of the most-magnificent of all stars, and has been called "arguably the next most important star in the sky after the Sun ". Vega also forms one vertex of a much smaller triangle, along with Epsilon and Zeta Lyrae. Zeta forms a wide binary star visible in binoculars, consisting of an Am star and an F-type subgiant. The Am star has an additional close companion, bringing the total number of stars in the system to three. Both components are themselves close binaries which can be seen with telescopes to consist of A- and F-type stars, and a faint star was recently found to orbit component C as well, for a total of five stars.
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Etymology[ edit ] During the sixteenth century, astronomer Tycho Brahe observed the supernova SN in the constellation Cassiopeia. He described it in his book De nova stella Latin for "concerning the new star" , giving rise to the adoption of the name nova. In this work he argued that a nearby object should be seen to move relative to the fixed stars, and that the nova had to be very far away.