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CD-49°13515 is most commonly known as Gl 832, and also L 354-89, DM-49°13515, and HD 204961. It is the third nearest red dwarf with planets and in the constellation Indus. It can be considered a miniature version of the Solar System, with a large gaseous planet in a far orbit, and a smaller potentially rocky planet interior. Has a slightly eccentric Jovian planet with 64% Jupiter's mass at an asteroid-belt like distance. The planet has the second largest angular separation from it star of any known planets and is further from its star than any other red dwarf orbiting planet. A good astrometry detection candidate and a target for SIM. One of the larger red dwarf planets around one of the larger (M1.5) red dwarves (about half a Solar Mass). It also emits x-rays. Super Earth planet c is the most Earth-like known exoplanet, and one of the top three potentially habitable planets, but is more likely a super Venus. A third Earth-sized planet could exist between these planets.

Gliese 832 System Web PagesEdit

Gliese 832 System In the NewsEdit

Jupiter-like Red Dwarf Planet Discovered (2008)Edit

Most Earth-Like Super Earth c Discovered (2014)Edit

Possible Third Planet Detected (Apr 2016)Edit

See AlsoEdit

Aliases: CD-49 13515 System, L 354-89 System, Luyten 354-89 System, CD-49°13515 System, Gliese 832 System, HD 204961 System, DM-49°13515 System Nearest Epsilon Dwarf Star: Epsilon Indi System

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