Epoch J2000.0 Equinox J2000.0
|Right ascension||21h 21m 46.81s|
|Declination||+37° 08′ 10.2″|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||6.45|
|Mass||1.7  M☉|
HIP 105637, CSI+36 4543 1, HIC 105637, SAO 71280, AG+37 2110, GC 29966, HR 8193, SKY# 40762, BD+36 4543, GCRV 13462, IDS 21197+3655 A, TYC 2715-3976-1, BDS 10966 A, GSC 02715-03976, 2MASS J21234838+3721052, CCDM J21237+3722A, HD 203857, PPM 86485
HD 203857 is a late type K giant star in the constellation Cygnus, located nearly 920 light years away from the Sun. The star is thought to form a visual binary system with the F-type bright giant BDS 10966 A, though it's likely they are actually not gravitationally bound. The star likely hosts an extrasolar planet, though yet unconfirmed.
Okayama Planet Search team has published a paper in late 2008 reporting investigations on radial velocity variations observed for a set of evolved stars, announcing possible detection of a substellar companion orbiting the giant star HD 203857. Orbital period is estimated 2.3 years, but planet has still to be confirmed.
(in order from star)
|b (unconfirmed)||≥8.1 MJ||2.1||836.8||0.3||—||—|
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