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HD 3651

The orange-yellow star is orbited by a planet with 0.2 times the mass of Jupiter. This has a distance from the star of 0.284 AU and needs 62.23 days for an orbit. After the planet has been discovered, a relatively cool brown dwarf (B) as companion has been found.

Constellation: Pisces
Distance: 36 light-years
Space between HD 3651 A and B: 480 AU

HD 3651 A

Spectral class: K0v
Visual magnitude: 5.88
Mass: 0.79 * Sun
 

HD 3651 B

Spectral class: T7-8
Visual magnitude: 16.52
Mass: 50 * Jupiter

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08/29/2006

    HD 3651
HD 3651 A and B (arrow)
Photo: FSU/ESO

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