|Gliese 433 b||0.05 AU||6 M⊕||-|
|Gliese 433 d||0.18 AU||5.2 M⊕||36.1 days|
|Gliese 433 c||4.69 AU||28.8 M⊕||-|
Gliese 433 can be found in southern celestial hemisphere, you cannot see it with naked eye, but you can observe this star with basic telescope. The star is also observable from Northern America, Europe and Asia.
Red dwarfs are small reddish stars, that are by far the most common type of star in solar neighborhood. Their mass is usually between 10 and 50 % of solar mass.
New list of pairs of gravitationaly unbound stars in our neighborhood might present a new set of interesting targets for those who look for advanced civilisations. When two stars come close to each other, the advanced enough civilisation might take an advantage and migrate from one system to the other. In new study a list is presented of best candidate stars.
||WISE J114156.71-332635.8||-||1.6 ly|
||289 G. Hydrae||0.87 M☉||1.6 ly|
||PM J11413-3624||-||2.4 ly|
||66 G. Centauri||0.89 M☉||4.4 ly|
||Gliese 453||-||5.2 ly|