Star Ross 128

Red dwarf Ross 128 is located 11 light years away from the Sun. It is a single flare star of spectral class M4 V, that has 17 % of solar mass. There is at least one exoplanet in this system.

Red dwarfs are small reddish stars, it is by far the most common type of star in solar neighborhood.
Sun distance: 11 light years.
(Position of this star is derived from Gaia mission data.)
Ross 128
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Red dwarf
spectral class M4 V
flare star

0.168 solar masses
0.1967 solar radii
temperature icontemperature 3264 °K (2991 °C)
time icon9.45 bilion years old star
luminosity icon0.00362 solar luminosity

1 known exoplanet:
Ross 128 b
| 1.399 earth masses
Other designations of this star
FI Virginis, FI Vir, G 010-050, GCTP 2730, GJ 447, Gliese 447, HIP 57548, LHS 315, Vyssotsky 286, LTT 13240, LFT 852, LSPM PM I11477+0048, Gaia EDR3 3796072592206250624
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