an orange dwarf star

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  • The primary star is an orange dwarf star (much dimmer and smaller than the Sun).
  • The primary star is suspected to be an orange dwarf star, while the secondary star is a red dwarf star.
  • The primary star of the system is a cool orange subgiant star, while the secondary star is an orange dwarf star.
  • They remain stable in the main phase longer than our Sun, allowing more time for life to form on a planet around an orange dwarf star.
  • The lens star is an orange dwarf star of spectral type K, which is accompanied by a giant planet.
  • The A star is an orange dwarf star of class K0, whereas the B is a small red dwarf.
  • It is an orange dwarf star of spectral type K8 V.
  • HD 37605 is an orange dwarf star located approximately 143 light years away in the constellation Orion.
  • HD 99109 is an orange dwarf star approximately 160 light-years away in the constellation of Leo.
  • HD 83443 is an orange dwarf star approximately 134 light-years away in the constellation of Vela.
  • It is an orange dwarf star of spectral class K5, orbiting the yellow giant at about 130 astronomical units.
  • HD 162020 is an orange dwarf star in Scorpius constellation with a brown dwarf companion.
  • The planet was discovered orbiting around GSC 02652-01324 (an orange dwarf star).
  • HD 69830 is an orange dwarf star of the spectral type K0V.
  • TW Hydrae is an orange dwarf star approximately 176 light-years away in the constellation of Hydra (the Sea Serpent).
  • Gliese 673 is an orange dwarf star in the constellation Ophiuchus.
  • The primary is a white star of magnitude 3.5, and the secondary is an orange dwarf star of magnitude 8.2.
  • These stars are known as "Goldilocks stars" and they emit enough radiation in the non-UV ray spectrum to provide a temperature which allows liquid water to exist on the surface of a planet orbiting around an orange dwarf star in the habitable zone.
  • HD 69830 (285 G. Puppis) is an orange dwarf star approximately 41 light-years away in the constellation of Puppis.
  • The primary star of the system (component A) is an orange dwarf star that may just have over three fourths the mass of the Sun, about 77 percent of its radius, and only 15.6 percent of its visual luminosity.

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