GJ 163 c is located 48.9 light-years (15.0 parsecs) from our solar system and was discovered in 2012 orbiting its host star GJ 163. The apparent magnitude of the host star is 11.8 and the absolute magnitude is 10.9. GJ 163 is about 0.4 the mass of our sun and has about 0.4 the radius. Its surface temperature is 3500 K and is a spectral M3.5 type star. The planet GJ 163 c orbits the star every 25.6 days, it’s orbital radius is 0.13 SEAU.
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