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Since time immemorial mankind has looked up at the stars. But now you can stargaze without leaving the comfort of cyberspace with QWERTY.DEV’s Star Symbols.

Click on a star below to copy it to your clipboard, then paste wherever you like online.

There’s are more stars availble in unicode than could possibly be considered useful. Here the stars have been seperated into groups based on their meanings and history.


Classic Dingbats Stars


This set of stars we're designed in 1977 by Hermann Zapf as part of a set of over 1000 symbols called Zapf Dingbats. If you we're using computers in th 90s you might remember the windows equivalent Wingdings

Starfield Generator

Click the button below to generate a unicode star field.

Star Emojis


Not content with monochrome stars, the unicode consortium added colorful emoji stars in 2010 and the star-struck emoji in 2017.



A pentagram or *pentacle* is a five pointed star drawn with a single continuous line. Pentagrams mean different things to different people. They're used by Christians, Taoists, Wiccans, Satanists, the devil, and Avril Lavigne.

Warning — Pentagrams don't render correctly on all devices.

Religious Stars


Many Religions and Sects use stars in their symbols. Here you can copy and paste the Star of David, and the star and crescent moon.

The Star and Cresent Moon is most well known as the symbol of Islam, but it dates back all the way to ancient egypt and probably before.


More Geometric Star Shapes


Similar to the stars from zapf dingbats or webdings. These were added to unicode simply to extend the the number of availble stars. Adding options for weights and pointy-ness, including three and twelve pointed stars.

Warning — these shapes don't render correctly on all devices.

Stars for Math and Coding


Half Star Symbols


While unicode have designated code points for half-stars, and having half stars would be extremely useful. There are very few situations where these half stars will render.

Since half-stars won't render correctly. Consider commiting to whole stars scores when reviewing this website, we recommend ★★★★★ or ★★★★☆ at the bare minimum.

Other Stars


There are over 130,000 unicode points so it's not surprising that a lot of them resemble stars. So, whenever I find a star shaped one, I'll put it here.