Eta Piscium is a yellow giant.
Eta Piscium has a spectral type of G7 so it's colour would be yellow.
Piscium, which is what a star is called that is in the constellation Pisces. There are multiple Piscium, such as 54 Piscium, 109 Piscium, and Eta Piscium are some of the constellation Pisces's stars.
Eta Piscium is the brightest star in the constellation Pisces
The surface temperature of Eta Piscium, the constellation Pisces' brightest star, is about 4930 Kelvin, or just a bit under 3000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Eta Piscium is located near the end of the tail of Pisces.
Alpha Piscium (Alrescha) is a star in the constellation Pisces. It is actually a close binary star system Both stars have a spectral type of A so they are both white giants.
Kullat Nunu is an obscure Babylonian name given to the star, Eta Piscium, which is found in the Zodiacal constellation of Pisces.
The constellation Pisces doesn't contain any stars that are brighter than fourth magnitude. Its brightest star is Eta Piscium, which is a class G giant star.
Beta Piscium (Fum al Samakah) is a star in the constellation Pisces. It has a spectral class of B6V meaning it is a blue giant on the main sequence.
Gamma Piscium is a star in the zodiac constellation of Pisces It has a spectral type of G9 so it has a temperature of the lower 5,200--6,000 K It is a yellow dwarf, similar to our own Sun.
Alpha Piscium is white.
Alpha Piscium or Alrisha (also Kaitain and Okda) is a star in the constellation Pisces. It is a binary star system whose orbit takes 700 years. Both stars are type A
Beta Piscium (Fum al Samakah) is a star in the constellation Pisces. It has an apparent magnitude of +4.53
Omicron Piscium (Torcularis Septentrionalis) is a star in the constellation Pisces, located about 142 light years from Earth.
Eta Scorpii is a star in the constellation Scorpius. It has a spectral type of F3 and is thus a yellow-white giant.