Gliese 69

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Gliese 69 is a class K5V star located in the night sky at Right ascension 01h 43m 41s and declination01h 43m 41s +63° 49′ 24″ in the constellation of Cassiopeia.

At a distance of 43.8 light Years and an absolute magnitude of 7.4 this star has an apparent magnitude of 8.35 when viewed from earth.[1] [2] Photo here

Some measurements indicate a radial velocity of -45.0 [3][4]

The star is also known as HD104369, HIP-8070, BD+ +63 229 and LHS-1291.


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