|Groombridge 34 A b||0.07 AU||4 M⊕||11.4 days|
|Groombridge 34 A c||5.4 AU||35 M⊕||6694 days|
Groombridge 34 can be found in northern celestial hemisphere, you cannot see it with naked eye, but you can observe this star with basic telescope. The star is easily observable from Northern America, Europe and Asia.
In October NASA published 16 new exoplanets in its Exoplanet Archive, among them also planets b and c orbiting red dwarf Groombridge 34 A (Gliese 15 A). In distance of a little more than 11 light years it is now the closest multiplanetary system to the Sun.
||Ross 248||0.14 M☉||1.8 ly|
||Kruger 60||0.27 M☉||4.9 ly|
||EV Lacertae||0.35 M☉||6.3 ly|
||61 Cygni||0.7 M☉||7.1 ly|
||Eta Cassiopeiae||0.97 M☉||8.6 ly|