Star TOI 4377
Red giant TOI 4377 is located 1497 light years away from the Sun.
It is a single star, that has 136 % of solar mass.
There is at least one exoplanet in this system.
More about TOI 4377
Star TOI 4377 is is approximately 4 times bigger than the Sun and temperature on its surface is around 4974 K (4701 °C), which is about 86 % of Sun's temperature.
TOI 4377 can be found in southern celestial hemisphere, however it is too dim to be seen with the naked eye or even a small telescope.
Other designations of this star
TIC 394918211, 2MASS J10594390-8213171, Gaia DR3 5197568146570178176
Class of stars Red giant
The red giant is one of the final stages in the evolution of main sequence stars. These stars have already fused most of their hydrogen into helium, and their outer layers are gradually expanding. A white dwarf will form from the dense core of the original star, and the discarded upper layers will become a planetary nebula.
In 5 billion years the Sun will also enter the red giant phase. Its size will then inflate to the orbit of Earth or Mars.
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