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Gliese 163 c (/ˈɡliːzə/) or Gl 163 c is a potentially habitable exoplanet orbiting the red dwarfGliese 163. The parent star is 15.0 parsecs (approximately 49 light-years, or 465,000,000,000,000 kilometers) from the Sun, in the constellation Dorado. Gliese 163 c is one of three planets discovered in the system. With a mass at least 7.2 times that of the Earth, it is classified as a super-Earth (a planet of roughly 1 to 10 Earth masses).