Exoplanet Gliese 806 b
Exoplanet Gliese 806 b orbits star Gliese 806 that lies 39 light years away from the Sun.
It weighs about 1.9 Earth masses and orbits its star much closer than Earth orbits Sun.
39 light years
Gliese 806 b
Exoplanet, super-earth, ultra-short period
Distance from the star: 0.01406
Orbit around star: 0.926323
R Earth | 0.1
kg/m3 | 81
K | 667
Year of discovery: 2023
Comparison to the Solar system planets
(190 % Earth mass)
(133.1 % Earth radius)
(113 % Mars density)
(4 % Mercury distance)
Other designations of this exoplanet
LHS 3577 b, G 209-41 b, GJ 806 b, BD+44 3567 b, HIC 102401 b, HIP 102401 b, LFT 1568 b, LTT 16068 b, NLTT 49843 b, 2MASS J20450403+4429562 b, TIC 239332587 b, TYC 3178-633-1 b, WISEA J204504.52+442959.4 b, TOI-4481 b
Exoplanets around star Gliese 806
Exoplanet Gliese 806 b orbits star Class red dwarf Gliese 806, which has lower mass than Sun. It is one of 2 known exoplanets orbiting this star.
Star Gliese 806
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