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2MASS J0825+2115
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Star 2MASS J0825+2115

Brown dwarf 2MASS J0825+2115 is located 35 light years away from the Sun. It is a single star of spectral class L7.5V, that has typically about 4 % of solar mass. For now, there are no known exoplanets in this star system.
Sun distance
35 light years

2MASS J0825+2115

Brown dwarf (spectral class L7.5V)

Location

Ascension iconRight ascension: 8h 25m 19.038s
Declination iconDeclination: 21° 15' 46.707'' (northern hemisphere)
Parallax iconParallax: 92.601
Distance iconSun distance: 35.222 ly | 10.8 pc

Basic characteristic

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Mass: 3 % M Sun | 31.4 M Jupiter (estimate)
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Size: 10 % R Sun | 1.2 R Jupiter (estimate)
temperature iconTemperature: 1500 K | 0.26 T Sun
(No known exoplanets yet)

Photometry

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K
2.1
H
1.6
J
1.2
Grp
0.8
I
0.8
G
0.6
V
0.5
Gbp
0.5
B
0.4
U
0.3
Absolute stellar magnitude in different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum from infrared (K band) to ultraviolet (U band).
More about 2MASS J0825+2115
Nearby brown dwarf 2MASS J0825+2115 is a main sequence star that fuses hydrogen atoms into helium. It is approximately 10 % of the size of Sun and temperature on its surface is around 1500 K (1227 °C), which is about 26 % of Sun's temperature.
      2MASS J0825+2115 can be found in northern celestial hemisphere, however it is too dim to be seen with the naked eye or even a small telescope. 
Other designations of this star
2MASS J08251968+2115521, 2MASSI J0825196+211552, 2MUCD 10721, SDSS J082519.45+211550.2, TIC 14604618, WISEA J082519.23+211548.3, Gaia EDR3 664214600677732864
External sources
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Simbad database (2MASSI J0825196+211552)
Astronomical database SIMBAD (the Set of Identifications, Measurements and Bibliography for Astronomical Data)
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Gaia database (Gaia EDR3 664214600677732864)
Archive from the Gaia mission
Class of stars Brown dwarf
Brown dwarfs are not really stars, because there is no thermonuclear fusion in their core. These objects are smaller and cooler than stars, but too massive to be considered planets.
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UCAC4 608-044702
- 6.9 ly

Pollux
1.9 M☉ 7 ly

G 41-8
- 7.8 ly

LSPM J0746+2000
- 7.9 ly

Gaia EDR3 881250430700478080
- 8 ly
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