By analyzing the data from NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), Astronomers have detected 10 new pulsating variable stars.

In result, Alicavus' team discovered five Delta Scuti stars, one Gamma Doradus variable and four hybrid systems.

The newfound Delta Scuti variables, designated TIC 25537276, TIC 177422294, TIC 252554307, TIC 279874050 and TIC 370599803, have effective temperatures between 6,812 and 7,394 K.

While their bolometric luminosities are within the range of 0.69-2.23 mag.

TIC 308447073 is the only Gamma Doradus variable identified in the study.

Its effective temperature is estimated to be 7,539 K and its bolometric luminosity was measured to be approximately 2.69 mag.

The remaining four variables received designations TIC 367910480, TIC 395520454, TIC 400502366 and TIC 431375592.

Their effective temperatures are between 6,411 and 8,476 K. The bolometric luminosities of these stars range from 0.27 to 3.25 mag.

They were classified as hybrid variables as they show both Delta Scuti and Gamma Doradus type oscillations at the same time.

The researchers explained that they classified the 10 variables based on the frequency spectra and the values of pulsation constant of these stars.