Three-colour image of SCR1845-6357AB generated from the SDI filter images (blue=1.575 micrometre, green=1.600 micrometre, red=1.625 micrometre). Because the T-dwarf fades away towards the longer wavelengths, it appears quite blue in this image. It is roughly 50 times fainter than the star and is separated from it by an angle of 1.17 arcsecond on the sky (4.5 times the Earth-Sun distance).
This star has been found to possess a brown dwarf companion, designated SCR 1845-6357B. The companion, classified as a T-dwarf, has an observed projected distance of 4.1 AU, an estimated mass between 40 and 50 times the mass of Jupiter, and an estimated effective temperature of 950 K. The brown dwarf has a near-IR J bandmagnitude of 13.26.
^ abcThe Solar Neighborhood. XVII. Parallax Results from the CTIOPI 0.9 m Program: 20 New Members of the RECONS 10 Parsec Sample, Todd J. Henry, Wei-Chun Jao, John P. Subasavage, Thomas D. Beaulieu, Philip A. Ianna, Edgardo Costa, and Rene A. Mendez, Astronomical Journal132, #6 (December 2006), pp. 2360–2371. Bibcode: 2006AJ....132.2360H. doi:10.1086/508233.
In left column are stellar classes of primary members of star systems. Bold are systems containing at least one component with absolute magnitude of +8.5 or brighter. Italic are systems without known trigonometric parallax.