Luyten's Star

Star
Thing
Luyten's Star is a red dwarf in the constellation Canis Minor located at a distance of approximately 12.36 light-years from the Sun. It has a visual magnitude of 9.9, making it too faint to be viewed with the unaided eye. It is named after Willem Jacob Luyten, who, in collaboration with Edwin G. Ebbighausen, first determined its high proper motion in 1935. This star is approximately a quarter the mass of the Sun and has 35% of the Sun's radius.
Luyten's Star
Definition
Luyten's Star is a red dwarf in the constellation Canis Minor located at a distance of approximately 12.36 light-years from the Sun. It has a visual magnitude of 9.9, making it too faint to be viewed with the unaided eye. It is named after Willem Jacob Luyten, who, in collaboration with Edwin G. Ebbighausen, first determined its high proper motion in 1935. This star is approximately a quarter the mass of the Sun and has 35% of the Sun's radius.
Luyten's Star
Luyten's Star
Luyten's Star is a red dwarf in the constellation Canis Minor located at a distance of approximately 12.36 light-years from the Sun. It has a visual magnitude of 9.9, making it too faint to be viewed with the unaided eye. It is named after Willem Jacob Luyten, who, in collaboration with Edwin G. Ebbighausen, first determined its high proper motion in 1935. This star is approximately a quarter the mass of the Sun and has 35% of the Sun's radius.
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