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HD 20367

This relatively young yellow star is orbited every 500 days by a planet with at least 1.07 times Jupiter's mass. This is 0.96 - 1.54 AU away from the star. Moons around this planet would be good candidates for life in an early stage. Caused by the excentric orbit would be noticeable seasonal temperature changes. But life could cope with those.

Constellation: Aries
Distance: 88.44 light-years
Spectral class: G0
Visual magnitude: 6.41
Luminosity: 1.64 * Sun
Mass: 1.14 * Sun
Diameter: 1.20 * Sun

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04/14/2007

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