yellow dwarf star

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  • It is a yellow dwarf star, similar to the Sun.
  • It is very similar to our Sun, a yellow dwarf star (spectral class G5V).
  • HD 98649 is a G-class yellow dwarf star.
  • WASP-6 is a type-G yellow dwarf star located about 1000 light-years away in the Aquarius constellation.
  • HD 168443 is a yellow dwarf star of (spectral type G5) about the mass of our Sun.
  • HD 202206 is a yellow dwarf star approximately 148 light-years away in the constellation Capricornus.
  • HD 70642 is a yellow dwarf star in the constellation of Puppis located 92 light years away.
  • The planet was discovered orbiting the yellow dwarf star now designated XO-1 in 2006.
  • HD 159868 is a yellow dwarf star approximately 172 light-years away in the constellation of Scorpius.
  • HD 28185 is a yellow dwarf star similar to our Sun located about 138 light-years away from Earth in the constellation Eridanus.
  • The planet was discovered orbiting the yellow dwarf star COROT-1 in May 2007.
  • The planet was announced in 2001 to be orbiting the yellow dwarf star HD 82943.
  • It is a yellow dwarf star (spectral type G0V) with a mass around 0.92 times that of our Sun.
  • HD 50499 is a yellow dwarf star approximately 154 light-years away in the constellation of constellation of Puppis.
  • WASP-5 is a magnitude 12 yellow dwarf star located about 910 light-years away in the Phoenix constellation.
  • HD 155358 is a low metallicity yellow dwarf star approximately 43 pc away in the constellation Hercules.
  • XO-1 is a magnitude 11 yellow dwarf star located approximately light-years away in the constellation Corona Borealis.
  • WASP-12 is a magnitude 11 yellow dwarf star located approximately 800 light-years away in the constellation Auriga.
  • Kappa 1 Ceti is a yellow dwarf star of the spectral type G5Ve.
  • WASP-8 is a magnitude 9.9 main sequence yellow dwarf star.
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