Star Gliese 180

Red dwarf Gliese 180 is located 39 light years away from the Sun. It is a single star of spectral class M3 Vc, that has 39 % of solar mass. There are multiple known exoplanets in this system.

Red dwarfs are small reddish stars, it is by far the most common type of star in solar neighborhood.
Sun distance: 39 light years.
(Position of this star is derived from Gaia mission data.)
Gliese 180
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Red dwarf
spectral class M3 Vc

0.39 solar masses
0.42 solar radii
temperature icontemperature 3572 °K (3299 °C)

3 known exoplanets:
Gliese 180 b
| 8.301 earth masses
Gliese 180 c
| 6.358 earth masses
Gliese 180 d
| 7.56 earth masses
Other designations of this star
LHS 1712, CSI-17-04516, HIC 22762, HIP 22762, LFT 377, L 736-30, LP 776-27, LPM 198, LTT 2116, 2MASS J04534995-1746235, NLTT 14144, PLX 1097, PLX 1097.00, TYC 5903-680-1, [RHG95] 838, Gaia EDR3 2979590513145784192
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