Pisces-Eridanus stellar stream is a close stellar stream, between 80 and 226 parsecs away, and stretching 120° across the sky, an open cluster that was stretched apart by past gravitational interactions. By analysis of the highest mass member stars, it is estimated to be only 120 million years old, a similar age to the Pleiades.
The stream includes at least 6 naked eye stars: Lambda Tauri at 3.5 magnitude, 148 parsec distance; Omicron Aquarii at 4.7 magnitude, 134 parsec distance; 106 Aquarii at 5.2 magnitude, 114 parsec distance; 108 Aquarii at 5.2 magnitude, 98 parsec distance; Tau1 Aquarii at 5.7 magnitude, 97 parsec distance; and Nu Fornacis at 4.7 magnitude and 114 parsec distance.
- ^ TESS Reveals that the Nearby Pisces–Eridanus Stellar Stream is only 120 Myr Old Jason L. Curtis, Marcel A. Agueros, Eric E. Mamajek, Jason T. Wright, andJeffrey D. Cummings, May 2019
- ^ The chemical nature of the young 120-Myr-old nearby Pisces─Eridanus stellar stream flowing through the Galactic disc Keith Hawkins, Madeline Lucey, Jason L. Curtis, June 2020, MNRAS, 496, 2422