List of star systems within 25–30 light-years Information

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This is a list of star systems within 25–30 light-years of Earth.

Key
# Visible to the unaided eye
$ Bright star ( absolute magnitude of +8.5 or brighter)
white dwarf White dwarf
§ Brown dwarf or sub-brown dwarf
* Nearest in constellation
System Star or
(sub-) brown dwarf
Distance ( ly) Constellation Coordinates:
RADec
( Ep J2000, Eq J2000)
Stellar
class
Apparent magnitude
(V)
Parallax
( mas)
Notes and additional references
GJ 4248 (L 499-56) 25.008±0.010 Grus 22h 02m 29.4s
−37° 04′ 51″
M3.5 11.80 130.4186±0.0534 [1]
Mu Cassiopeiae (Gliese 53) A$ 25.033±0.084 Cassiopeia 01h 08m 16.4s
+54° 55′ 13″
G5VIp 5.14# 130.2881±0.4348 [1]
B M5V 11.45
Alpha Piscis Austrini C ( LP 876-10) 25.0368±0.0062 Aquarius 22h 48m 04.5s
−24° 22′ 08″
M4V 12.624 130.2707±0.0325 [1] component C of triple system
Vega (Alpha Lyrae)$ 25.045 ± 0.069 Lyra 18h 36m 56.3s
+38° 47′ 01″
A0Va 0.03# 130.23±0.36 [2] [3]
VX Arietis (Gliese 109) 25.0513±0.0054 Aries 02h 44m 15.5s
+25° 31′ 24″
M3.5V 10.56 130.1956±0.0281 [1] flare star
Alpha Piscis Austrini A ( Fomalhaut)$ 25.126±0.091 Piscis Austrinus 22h 57m 39.0s
−29° 37′ 20″
A3V 1.16# 129.81±0.47 [2] [4] [5] has 1 refuted planet, component A of triple system
AN Sextantis (Gliese 382) 25.1364±0.0049 Sextans 10h 12m 17.7s
−03° 44′ 44″
M1V 9.264 129.7544±0.0252 [1] [6]
Gliese 673 (HD 157881)$ 25.1575±0.0034 Ophiuchus 17h 25m 45.2s
+02° 06′ 41″
K7V 7.492 129.6459±0.0175 [1] [7]
SIPS 1259-4336 25.200±0.012 Centaurus 12h 59m 04.7s
−43° 36′ 24″
M7.5V 18.01 129.4288±0.0620 [1] [8]
LHS 1070 (LP 881-64, GJ 2005) A 25.222±0.024 Sculptor 00h 24m 44.2s
−27° 08′ 25″
M5.5-6V 15.35 129.3167±0.1256 [1] [9]
B M8.5V
C M9-9.5V
G 192-13 (GJ 3378) 25.2245±0.0055 Camelopardalis 06h 01m 11.0s
+59° 35′ 50″
M4.0Ve 7.465 (J) 129.3014±0.0283 [1]
Gliese 701 (HD 165222) 25.2407±0.0050 Serpens* 18h 05m 07.6s
−03° 01′ 53″
M1V 9.9 129.2184±0.0256 [1] [10]
GJ 1093 (G 109-35) 25.286±0.012 Gemini 06h 59m 28.8s
+19° 20′ 56″
M5Ve 128.9866±0.0607 [1] [11]
LP 71-82 (G 227-22) 25.4203±0.0063 Draco 18h 02m 16.6s
+64° 15′ 44″
M5.0V 13.51 128.3057±0.0319 [1] Very rapid star rotation
WISE 1800+0134§ 25.47±0.10 Ophiuchus 18h 00m 26.5s
+01° 34′ 57″
L7.5 14.30 (J) 128.0546±0.5101 [1] [12] [13]
Gliese 623 A 25.585±0.097 Hercules 16h 24m 09.3s
+48° 21′ 11″
M3.0Ve 127.4785±0.4818 [14]
B M
WISE J0005+3737§ 25.70±0.43 Andromeda 00h 05m 17.5s
+37° 37′ 21″
T9 126.9±2.1 [13] [13]
Gliese 54 (CD-68 47) A 25.702±0.081 Tucana* 01h 10m 22.9s
−67° 26′ 42″
M2.5V 126.9±0.4 [15] [16]
B M
2MASS 0729-39§ 25.82±1.82 Puppis* 07h 29m 00.0s
−39° 54′ 04″
T8 126.3±8.3 [17]
GJ 1224 (G 154-44) 25.9987±0.0063 Serpens 18h 07m 32.8s
−15° 57′ 47″
M4Ve 125.4509±0.0306 [1] [11]
SCR J0740−4257 26.0295±0.0045 Puppis 07h 40m 11.8s
−42° 57′ 40″
M4.5 13.81 125.3028±0.0215 [1] [18]
BB Capricorni (Wolf 922, Gliese 831) A 26.030±0.062 Capricornus 21h 31m 18.6s
−09° 47′ 26″
M4.5V 125.3±0.3 [15]
B M
Gliese 257 (CD-44 3045) A 26.2274±0.0084 Puppis 06h 57m 46.6s
−44° 17′ 28″
M3.5V 124.3569±0.0399 [1]
B M
GJ 1151 (G 122-49) 26.231±0.012 Ursa Major 11h 50m 57.7s
+48° 22′ 39″
M7 124.3378±0.0549 [1] [19]
Gliese 480.1 (L 399-68) 26.2637±0.0062 Centaurus 12h 40m 46.3s
+43° 33′ 59″
M3V 124.1851±0.0295 [1]
Chi Draconis A$ 26.28±0.19 Draco 18h 21m 03.4s
+72° 43′ 58″
F7V 3.68# 124.11±0.87 [2]
B$ K0V 5.67#
Pi3 Orionis (Tabit)$ 26.316±0.036 Orion 04h 49m 50.4s
+06° 57′ 41″
F6V 3.16# 123.94±0.17 [2] [20]
Gliese 486 (Wolf 437) 26.3506±0.0070 Virgo 12h 47m 56.6s
+09° 45′ 05″
M3.5Ve 123.7756±0.0329 [1] has one known planet
2MASS J21481628+4003593§ 26.37±0.08 Cygnus 21h 48m 16.3s
+40° 03′ 59″
L6.5pec (red) 123.6752±0.3595 [1] [13]
Gliese 793 (G 262-15) 26.3764±0.0032 Cepheus 20h 30m 32.0s
+65° 26′ 58″
M3V 123.6547±0.0148 [1]
GJ 1154 (G 13-22) 26.3789±0.0096 Virgo 12h 14m 16.5s
+00° 37′ 26″
M4.5Ve 123.6430±0.0449 [1]
Gliese 300 (L 674-15) 26.4730±0.0051 Puppis 08h 12m 40.9s
−21° 33′ 07″
M3.5V 123.2033±0.0236 [1] [21]
G 99-47 (EGGR 290, GJ 1087)white dwarf 26.4740±0.0037 Orion 05h 56m 25.5s
+05° 21′ 48″
DAP8.9 12.930 123.1989±0.0170 [1] [22] [23]
Gliese 686 26.6132±0.0038 Hercules 17h 37m 53.3s
+18° 35′ 30″
MV 122.5546±0.0176 [1] has 1 known planet [24]
L 97-12 (LAWD 26, Gliese 293)white dwarf 26.6439±0.0025 Volans* 07h 53m 08.1s
−67° 47′ 31″
DC8.8 12.726 (J) 122.4130±0.0114 [1] [25] [26]
UGPS J0521+3640§ 26.69±0.35 Auriga 05h 21m 26.9s
+36° 41′ 00″
T8.5 122.2±1.6 [27] [13]
p Eridani (Gliese 66) A$ 26.7334±0.0070 Eridanus 01h 39m 47.6s
−56° 11′ 47″
K2V 5.82# 122.0035±0.0319 [1]
B$ K2V 5.95#
L 173-19 26.7982±0.0070 Eridanus 02h 00m 38.3s
−55° 58′ 05″
MV 121.7084±0.0319 [1]
Gliese 884 (HD 217357)$ 26.8502±0.0055 Aquarius 23h 00m 16.1s
−22° 31′ 28″
K7+Vk 7.88 121.4724±0.0249 [1]
Gliese 48 (Ross 318) 26.8530±0.0035 Cassiopeia 01h 02m 32.2s
+71° 40′ 47″
M3.0Ve 121.4598±0.0158 [1]
WISEPC J115013.88+630240.7§ 26.87±0.61 Ursa Major 11h 50m 13.9s
+63° 02′ 42″
T8 121.4±2.7 [13] [13]
Gliese 747 (G 207-16) A 27.134±0.045 Lyra 19h 07m 43.0s
+32° 32′ 42″
M3V 120.2±0.2 [28]
B M
2MASS 0348-6022§ 27.16±0.41 Reticulum 03h 48m 07.7s
−60° 22′ 27″
T7 120.1±1.8 [27] [13]
WD 2359-434 (LAWD 96, Gliese 915)white dwarf 27.176±0.0049 Phoenix* 00h 02m 10.7s
−43° 09′ 55″
DAP5.8 120.0143±0.0215 [1] [29]
Mu Herculis Aa$ 27.197±0.035 Hercules 17h 46m 27.5s
+27° 43′ 15″
G5IV 3.42# 119.9248±0.1543 [1]
Ab M4V
B M3.5V
C M
Wolf 489white dwarf 27.2349±0.0069 Virgo 13h 36m 31.8s
+03° 40′ 45″
DZ10.0 119.7566±0.0304 [1]
GJ 1227 (G 227-29) 27.2360±0.0078 Draco 18h 22m 27.1s
+62° 03′ 02″
M4.0V 119.7519±0.0341 [1]
GJ 1289 (G 130-4) 27.275±0.013 Andromeda 23h 43m 06.3s
+36° 32′ 13″
MV 119.5794±0.0563 [1]
Gliese 185 (HD 32450) A 27.2766±0.0096 Lepus 05h 02m 28.5s
−21° 15′ 24″
K7V 119.5737±0.0420 [1]
B M
SCR 1138-7721 27.3296±0.0070 Chamaeleon* 11h 38m 16.8s
−77° 21′ 49″
MV 119.3419±0.0305 [1] [21]
SCR J1546−5534 A 27.39±0.16 Norma 15h 46m 41.7s
−55° 34′ 47″
M7.5 119.0962±0.7032 [14]
T8
2MASS J00345157+0523050§ 27.45±0.64 Pisces 00h 34m 51.6s
+05° 23′ 05″
T6.5 118.8±2.7 [13] [13]
TYC 3980-1081-1 A (IRAS 21500+5903) 27.604±0.0036 Cepheus 21h 51m 38.3s
+59° 17′ 40″
M3.5V 118.1551±0.0155 [1]
B (UCAC4 747-070768)white dwarf DAH
Beta Canum Venaticorum (Chara)$ 27.634±0.036 Canes Venatici* 12h 33m 44.5s
+41° 21′ 27″
G0V 4.24# 118.0266±0.1530 [1]
Gliese 232 (Ross 64) 27.7046±0.0065 Gemini 06h 24m 41.3s
+23° 25′ 59″
M4V 117.7263±0.0278 [1]
Gliese 618 (CD-37 10765) A 27.7647±0.0069 Scorpius 16h 20m 03.5s
−37° 31′ 44″
M3V 117.4716±0.0291 [1]
B M5
Gliese 318 (CD-32 5613, LAWD 28)white dwarf 27.7826±0.0049 Pyxis* 08h 41m 32.4s
−32° 56′ 33″
DA5.5 117.3961±0.0205 [1]
61 Virginis$ 27.836±0.035 Virgo 13h 18m 24.3s
−18° 18′ 40″
G7V 4.74# 117.1726±0.1456 [1] has 3 known planets
GJ 1276 (EGGR 453)white dwarf 27.8436±0.0081 Aquarius 22h 53m 53.3s
−06° 46′ 54″
DZ 117.1388±0.0341 [1] [29]
Gliese 493.1 (Wolf 461) 27.869±0.015 Virgo 13h 00m 33.5s
+05° 41′ 08″
M4.5Ve 117.0327±0.0613 [1]
GJ 3454 (G 89-32) A 27.97±0.23 Canis Minor 07h 36m 25.1s
+07° 04′ 43″
M4.5V 116.6±0.97 [30]
B M
CWISEP 0402-2651§ 28.02+5.99
−4.20
Eridanus 02h 02m 16.2s
+10° 20′ 14″
Y1 116.4±20.5 [13] [13]
Gliese 877 (L 49-19) 28.0412±0.0041 Octans* 22h 55m 45.5s
−75° 27′ 31″
M3V 10.377 116.3134±0.0168 [1]
CD Ceti 28.052±0.010 Cetus 03h 13m 22.9s
+04° 46′ 29″
M4.5Ve 116.2678±0.0427 [1]
Zeta Tucanae$ 28.073±0.032 Tucana 00h 20m 04.3s
−64° 52′ 29″
F9.5V 4.23# 116.1826±0.1334 [1]
LP 502-56 (NLTT 40406) 28.107±0.011 Serpens 15h 30m 30.3s
+09° 26′ 01″
M5.5V 116.0425±0.0435 [1]
WISE 1647+5632§ 28.12+9.37
−5.62
Draco 16h 47m 15.8s
+56° 32′ 06″
T6 16.59 116±29 [31]
GJ 3517 (LP 666-9) 28.242±0.018 Hydra 08h 53m 36.2s
−03° 29′ 32″
M9V 18.959 115.4876±0.0726 [1] [32]
Chi1 Orionis A$ 28.256±0.066 Orion 05h 54m 23.0s
+20° 16′ 34″
G0V 4.39# 115.43±0.27 [2]
B
AP Columbae 28.2636±0.0073 Columba* 06h 04m 32.2s
−34° 33′ 36″
M4.5Ve 12.96 115.3982±0.0298 [1]
SIPS J1141-3624 (PM J11413-3624) 28.3408±0.0088 Centaurus 11h 41m 21.5s
−36° 24′ 35″
M5 13.105 115.0835±0.0359 [1]
GJ 1207 (G 19-7) 28.3822±0.0062 Ophiuchus 16h 57m 05.7s
−04° 20′ 56″
M3.5Ve 12.25 114.9158±0.0252 [1]
LP 991-84 28.459±0.010 Phoenix 39h 54m 21.7s
−39° 36′ 09″
M4.5V 14.403 114.604±0.0402 [1]
Xi Ursae Majoris Aa (Alula Australis)$ 28.49±0.11 Ursa Major 11h 18m 10.9s
+31° 31′ 45″
F8.5:V 4.41# 114.4867±0.4316 [14]
Ab M
Ba$ G2V 4.87#
Bb M
WISE J1118+3125§ T8.5
2MASS 0036+1821 (LSPM J0036+1821)§ 28.492±0.034 Pisces 00h 36m 16.17s
18° +21′ 10.4″
L3.5 114.4735±0.1381 [1] [13]
Gliese 250 (HD 50281) A$ 28.5373±0.0055 Monoceros 06h 52m 18.1s
−05° 10′ 25″
K3V 6.58 114.2911±0.0219 [1]
Ba M2.5V
Bb
Gliese 450 (MCC 135) 28.5888±0.0048 Ursa Major 11h 51m 07.3s
+35° 16′ 19″
M1.5V 114.0854±0.0191 [1]
WISENF 1936+0408§ 28.64±0.99 Aquila 19h 36m 56.1s
+04° 08′ 01″
Y0 113.9±3.8 [13] spectral type is uncertain [13]
41 G. Arae Aa$ 28.673±0.018 Ara 17h 19m 03.8s
−46° 38′ 10″
G8V 5.55# 113.7513±0.0725 [1] [33]
Bb
B M0V
? ?
HR 7722 (5 G. Capricorni, HD 192310, Gliese 785)$ 28.739±0.013 Capricornus 20h 15m 17.4s
−27° 01′ 59″
K2+V 5.73# 113.4872±0.0516 [1] has 2 known planets
Gliese 849 28.7503±0.0076 Aquarius 22h 09m 40.3s
–04° 38′ 27″
M3.5V 113.4447±0.0300 [1] has 2 known planets
HU Delphini (Gliese 791.2) A 28.762±0.051 Delphinus 20h 29m 48.3s
+09° 41′ 20″
M4.5V 113.4±0.2 [16] [16]
B M
Gliese 745 A (Ross 730) 28.8066±0.0049 Sagitta* 19h 07m 05.6s
+20° 53′ 17″
M2.0V 113.2228±0.0192 [1]
B (HD 349726) M2V
IRAS 06355-7535 (LDS 169) A (L 32-9) 28.8301±0.0043 Mensa* 06h 33m 47.0s
−75° 37′ 46″
M2V 10.484 113.1304±0.0169 [1]
B (L 32-8) M3V 11.419
HR 1614 (284 G. Eridani, HD 32147, Gliese 183)$ 28.8451±0.0057 Eridanus 05h 00m 49.0s
−05° 45′ 13″
K3V 6.22# 113.0715±0.0222 [1]
GJ 1105 (G 111-47) 28.8653±0.0066 Lynx* 07h 58m 12.7s
+41° 18′ 13″
M3.5Ve 112.9927±0.0259 [1] [19]
Gliese 867 A (FK Aquarii) 28.8668±0.0099 Aquarius 22h 38m 45.6s
−20° 37′ 16″
M0Vep 112.9867±0.0387 [1]
B (FL Aquarii) M3.5V
C
D
Ross 695 (Gliese 465) 28.9469±0.0062 Corvus* 12h 24m 52.5s
−18° 14′ 32″
M2 11.272 112.6740±0.0241 [1]
SCR J0630-7643 A 28.951±0.024 Mensa 06h 30m 46.6s
−76° 43′ 09″
M6.0 112.6584±0.0934 [1] [21]
B M
DENIS 0334-49 (LEHPM 3396) 28.963±0.014 Horologium 03h 34m 12.2s
−49° 53′ 32″
M9V 112.6100±0.0557 [1] [34]
2MASS 0727+1710§ 28.99±0.23 Gemini 07h 27m 18.2s
+17° 10′ 01″
T7 112.5±0.9 [35] [13]
Gamma Leporis A$ 29.0004±0.0058 Lepus 05h 44m 27.8s
−22° 26′ 54″
F6V 3.59# 112.4661±0.0225 [1]
B (AK Leporis)$ K2V 6.17#
C M3.5V
WISE1810§ 29.03+2.28
−1.95
Serpens 18h 10m 06.18s
−10° 10′ 00.5″
esdT8-esdT9 [36] 112.5+8.1
−8.0
[36]
closest extreme metal-poor brown dwarf [36]
GJ 2066 (G 113-20) 29.1550±0.0059 Hydra 08h 16m 08.0s
+01° 18′ 09″
M2.0V 10.091 111.8698±0.0228 [1]
LHS 224 (G 193-27, GJ 3421) A 29.43±0.19 Lynx 07h 03m 55.7s
+52° 42′ 07″
M5.0Ve 110.8263±0.6945 [1]
B M
SZ Ursae Majoris A 29.588±0.0045 Ursa Major 11h 20m 04.8s
+65° 50′ 47″
M2V 110.2305±0.0166 [1]
B
Gliese 433 29.6045±0.0055 Hydra 11h 35m 26.9s
−32° 32′ 24″
M2V 110.1711±0.0204 [1] has 2 known planets
Delta Eridani («Rana»)$ 29.644±0.052 Eridanus 03h 43m 14.9s
–09° 45′ 48″
KIV 3.52# 110.0254±0.1944 [1]
Gliese 508 (HD 115953) Aa 29.65±0.23 Canes Venatici 13h 19m 45.5s
+47° 46′ 41″
M2V 8.54 109.9837±0.8292 [14]
Ab
B
GJ 3146 (LP 469-206) 29.664±0.019 Aries 02h 16m 30.0s
+13° 35′ 13″
M5.0Ve 109.9500±0.0704 [1]
LHS 1126 (GJ 2012, EGGR 246)white dwarf 29.6701±0.0055 Cetus 00h 41m 26.0s
−22° 21′ 02″
DQ9 109.9276±0.0202 [1] [29]
V374 Pegasi 29.6898±0.0070 Pegasus 22h 01m 13.1s
+28° 18′ 25″
M3.5Ve 109.8548±0.0259 [1]
2MASSI J0652307+471034§ 29.714±0.076 Auriga 06h 52m 30.7s
+47° 10′ 35″
L4.5 109.7651±0.2782 [1] [13]
WT 460 A 29.723±0.063 Centaurus 14h 11m 59.9s
−41° 32′ 22″
M5.5e 109.7323±0.2316 [1]
B
Gliese 283 (L 745-46) A (LP 783-3, LAWD 25)white dwarf 29.8285±0.0049 Puppis 07h 40m 20.8s
−17° 24′ 49″
DAZ6 13.061 109.3440±0.0181 [1] [29]
B (LP 783-2) M6.5V 16.696
WISE 0713−2917§ 29.84±0.58 Canis Major 07h 13m 22.6s
−29° 17′ 52″
Y0 109.3±2.1 [13] [13]
2MASS J03552337+1133437§ 29.88±0.13 Taurus 03h 55m 23.4s
+11° 33′ 44″
L5γ 109.1381±0.4833 [1]
WISEP J213456.73-713743.6§ 29.90±1.05 Indus 21h 34m 56.7s
−71° 37′ 45″
T9pec 109.1±3.7 [37]
Groombridge 1830 (CF Ursae Majoris, HD 103095)$ 29.9145±0.0054 Ursa Major 11h 52m 58.8s
+37° 43′ 07″
G8VIp 6.42# 109.0296±0.0197 [1]
GJ 3801 (Ross 1015) 29.980±0.012 Canes Venatici 13h 42m 43.3s
+33° 17′ 24″
M4V 13.896 108.7903±0.0440 [1] [38]
Beta Comae Berenices$ 29.998±0.045 Coma Berenices* 13h 11m 52.4s
+27° 52′ 41″
G0V 4.23# 108.7250±0.1645 [1]
System Star or
(sub-) brown dwarf
Distance ( ly) Constellation Coordinates:
RADec
( Ep J2000, Eq J2000)
Stellar
class
Apparent magnitude
(V)
Parallax
( mas)
Notes and additional references

See also

References

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