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g Lupi

g Lupi or HD 139664 is a yellow star a bit larger as our Sun. It has a debris disk similar to our Kuiper belt, which at a distance of 109 AU from the star abruptly stops. Planets around the star are very likely.

Constellation: Lupus
Age: 300 million years
Distance: 60 light-years
Spectral class: F5
Visual magnitude: 4.64
Luminosity: > 1 * Sun
Mass: > 1 * Sun
Diameter: > 1 * Sun

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The debris disk, the star itself is covered.
Foto: UC Berkeley

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