Template:Star systems within 10–15 light-years

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Adopted distance estimates[edit]

Object Parallax, mas Distance, pc Distance, ly Distance, Pm Source
Systems with an F-type main-sequence star (yellow-white dwarf) as primary member.
Procyon 285.93±0.88 3.497±0.011 11.41+0.04
−0.03
107.9±0.3 Perryman et al. (1997)[1]
Systems with a G-type main-sequence star (yellow dwarf) as primary member.
Tau Ceti 273.96±0.17 3.6502±0.0023 11.905±0.007 112.63±0.07 van Leeuwen (2007)[2]
Systems with a K-type main-sequence star (orange dwarf) as primary member.
Epsilon Eridani 311.37±0.1 3.2116±0.001 10.475±0.003 99.1±0.03 Benedict et al. (2006)[3]
61 Cygni 285.88±0.54 3.498±0.007 11.409±0.022 107.94±0.2 van Leeuwen (2007) (B)[4]
Epsilon Indi 276.06±0.28 3.622±0.004 11.815±0.012 111.78±0.11 van Leeuwen (2007)[5]
Systems with an M-type main-sequence star (red dwarf) as primary member.
Ross 248 316.72±0.72 3.157±0.007 10.298±0.023 97.43±0.22 Gatewood (2008)[6]
Lacaille 9352 305.26±0.70 3.276+0.008
−0.007
10.685+0.025
−0.024
101.08±0.23 van Leeuwen (2007)[7]
Ross 128 298.2±1.7 3.353±0.019 10.94±0.06 103.5±0.6 van Altena et al. (1995)[8]
EZ Aquarii 294.3±3.5 3.4±0.04 11.08±0.13 104.8+1.3
−1.2
Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[9]
Struve 2398 286.1±1.8 3.495±0.022 11.4±0.07 107.9±0.7 Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[10]
Groombridge 34 278.76±0.77 3.587±0.01 11.7±0.03 110.69+0.31
−0.3
van Leeuwen (2007)[11]
SIPS 1259-4336 276±41 3.6+0.6
−0.5
11.8+2.1
−1.5
111.8+19.5
−14.5
Deacon et al. (2005)[12]
DX Cancri 275.8±3.0 3.63±0.04 11.83±0.13 111.9±1.2 Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[13]
GJ 1061 270.86±1.29 3.692+0.018
−0.017
12.04±0.06 113.9±0.5 Lurie et al. (2014)[14]
YZ Ceti 267.4±3.0 3.74±0.04 12.2±0.14 115.4±1.3 Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[15]
Luyten's Star 267.36±0.79 3.74±0.011 12.2±0.04 115.4±0.3 Gatewood (2008)[6]
Kapteyn's Star 255.26±0.86 3.918±0.013 12.78±0.04 120.9±0.4 Perryman et al. (1997)[16]
Lacaille 8760 253.41±0.80 3.946±0.012 12.87±0.04 121.8±0.4 van Leeuwen (2007)[17]
Kruger 60 247.5±1.5 4.04+0.025
−0.024
13.18±0.08 124.7±0.8 Söderhjelm (1999) [18]
Ross 614 244.07±0.73 4.097±0.012 13.36±0.04 126.4±0.4 Gatewood et al. (2003) (weighted mean)[19]
Wolf 1061 232.98±1.60 4.292+0.03
−0.029
14±0.1 132.4±0.9 van Leeuwen (2007)[20]
Wolf 424 232.2±4.3 4.31±0.08 14.05+0.27
−0.26
132.9+2.5
−2.4
Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[21]
Gliese 1 230.42±0.90 4.34±0.017 14.15±0.06 133.9±0.5 van Leeuwen (2007)[22]
TZ Arietis 224.8±2.9 4.45±0.06 14.51+0.19
−0.18
137.3+1.8
−1.7
van Altena et al. (1995)[23]
LHS 292 221.0±3.6 4.52±0.07 14.76±0.24 139.6+2.3
−2.2
Gliese & Jahreiß (1991)[24]
Gliese 687 220.85±0.92 4.528±0.019 14.77±0.06 139.7±0.6 Perryman et al. (1997)[25]
Gliese 674 220.24±1.42 4.541±0.029 14.81+0.1
−0.09
140.1±0.9 van Leeuwen (2007)[26]
G 208-44/208-45 220.2±1.0 4.541±0.021 14.81±0.07 140.1±0.6 van Altena et al. (1995)[27]
Systems with a white dwarf star as primary member.
van Maanen's star 232.5±1.9 4.3+0.04
−0.03
14.03+0.12
−0.11
132.7±1.1 van Altena et al. (1995)[28]
Systems with an M-type brown dwarf as primary member.
SCR 1845-6357 259.45±1.11 3.854+0.017
−0.016
12.57±0.05 118.9±0.5 Henry et al. (2006)[29]
Teegarden's star 259.25±0.94 3.857±0.014 12.58±0.05 119±0.4 Gatewood et al. (2009)[30]
DEN 1048-3956 248.08±0.61 4.031±0.01 13.15±0.03 124.38±0.31 Lurie et al. (2014)[14]
2M1540 228±24 4.4+0.5
−0.4
14.3+1.7
−1.4
135.3+15.9
−12.9
Pérez Garrido et al. (2014)[31]
Systems with a T-type brown dwarf as primary member.
WISE 1506+7027 310±42 3.4+0.7
−0.4
11.1+2.3
−1.3
Marsh et al. (2013)[32]
UGPS 0722-05 242.8±2.4 4.12±0.04 13.43±0.13 127.1+1.3
−1.2
Leggett et al. (2012)[33]
Systems with a Y-type brown dwarf as primary member.
WISE 0350-5658 291±50 3.7+1.6
−0.4
12.1+5.2
−1.3
Marsh et al. (2013)[32]
For other distance estimates see articles on these objects.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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