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HD 17092

Orbiting this orange subgiant is a gas planet with 4.6 times Jupiter's mass. It takes 360 days for a full circle at an average separation of 1.29 AU from the star. This planet is especially of interest for us, because it shows us the future of our Earth, when in several billion years the Sun will become a red giant.

Constellation: Perseus
Distance: 355 light-years
Spectral class: K0
Visual magnitude: 7.74
Mass: 2.3 * Sun
Diameter: 10 * Sun

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