The system has an absolute magnitude of 5.91, so at a distance of 48.2 light Years it has an apparent magnitude of 6.76 when viewed from earth. It also has a total Proper Motion of 0.210"/yr and belongs to the Ursa Major stream.
- The primary star, Gliese 233 A, is a K2Ve class star with a luminosity of 1.26817e+26, surface temperature of 5013±15k and a radial velocity of -8.6. It has no known planets.
- The primary star is also known as HD 45088, HIP 30630, BD+18° 1214, SAO 95677, YPC 1489.00, ADS 5054, and by the variable designation OU Gem.
- The secondary star in the system has a surface temperature of 4486±50 K and orbits the primary in about seven days. It is known as Gliese 233 B or YPC 1489.00. 
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