What is the brightest star in the sky and what is the brightest star in the northern hemisphere?

Sirius (and Canis Major) is the brightest star in the sky, its apparent magnitude is –1, m4. Vega (a Lyrae) is the brightest star in the northern hemisphere, its apparent magnitude is + 0, m1.

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