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Gliese 806

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Magnitude  10.84
Constellation  Cygnus
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Gliese 806 is a red dwarf star in the constellation of Cygnus, located roughly 41 light years from the Sun. The star is suspected to host a substellar companion yet unconfirmed.

A planetary companion?

According to Marcy & Benitz (1989) detected a possible periodicity of 416 days, inferring possible presence of a massive planetary object with minimum mass of 11 times that of Jupiter. So far the planet has not been confirmed.

References

Gliese 806 Wikipedia


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