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|Right ascension (Epoch J2000)||20h 15m 17.40s|
|Declination (Epoch J2000)||-27° 01' 58.70"|
|Spectral type||K0-3 V|
|Distance from Sol||28.8 ly|
|Other designations||CSV 101960, NSV 12933, HR 7722, Gl 785, Hip 99825, HD 192310, CP(D)-27 6972, SAO 189065, LHS 488, LTT 8009, LFT 1535, LPM 731.|
CD -27°14659 is located about 28.8 light-years away from our Sun, Sol, in the southwest corner of the constellation Capricornus, the She-Goat. The star may be visible to many Humans without a telescope.
CD -27°14659 is a main-sequence orange-red dwarf star of spectral and luminosity type K0-3 V. It may have around 87 percent of Sol's mass, 84 percent of its diameter, and 33 percent of its luminosity. It appears to be 78 to 91 percent as enriched as Sol in elements heavier than hydrogen ("metals") based on its abundance of iron.
The star may have a spectroscopic companion star.
The distance from CD -27°14659 where an Earth-type planet would be "comfortable" with liquid water is centered around only 0.575 AU -- between the orbital distances of Mercury and Venus in the Solar System. An Earth-type in such a water-zone orbit would probably would have a period of around 170 days or close to half an Earth year.
(Data from SolStation)
- (Johnson and Wright, 1983, page 695)
- (Cayrel de Strobel et al, 1991, page 307)