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Delta Pavonis is also known as Gl 780, HD 190248, and HR 7665. One of the nearest bright stars to the sun. Although somewhat smaller than the Sun, it is easily visible with the naked eye. It is about 6.8 Billion Years old. It has a New Suspected Variable designation NSV 12790 and appears unusually bright for a main sequence star, so may be starting to become a sub-giant. It was identified as the best SETI target of the nearest 100 G-type stars. It is the nearest solar-analog in a single system and is type G5-8 V-IV.

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