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Terran Sized Planets in Hab Zone: 6
Earthlike Planet Candidates: 5
Truly Earthlike Planets: 1
Milky Way Galaxy Star and Planet Atlas
Notable Planet within
51 to 60 Light Years
HD 21749 b


Theoretical Image of Planet HD 21749 b
Based on Current Known Data


Planet HD 21749 b Overview

53.2500 Light Years from Earth

Orbits its Star every 7.8 Days

Has a Mass ? times that of Earth
Has a Diameter of 7,047.02 Miles

HD 21749 b is a Very Hot Terran Planet
Average Temp is 800 Degrees

HD 21749 seems to be similar to Venus



Star & Planets by Light Year

Planets within 0 to 10 Light Years
(20 Stars & 15 Planets)
Planets within 11 to 20 Light Years
(70 Stars & 36 Planets)
Planets within 21 to 30 Light Years
(38 Stars & 15 Planets)
Planets within 31 to 40 Light Years
(32 Stars & 28 Planets)
Planets within 41 to 50 Light Years
(57 Stars & 28 Planets)
Planets within 51 to 60 Light Years
(46 Stars & 21 Planets)
Planets within 61 to 70 Light Years
(17 Stars & 11 Planets)
Planets within 71 to 80 Light Years
(25 Stars & 6 Planets)
Planets within 81 to 90 Light Years
(17 Stars & 13 Planets)
Planets within 101 to 125 Light Years
(34 Stars & 27 Planets)
Planets within 126 to 150 Light Years
(56 Stars & 41 Planets)
Planets within 151 to 175 Light Years
(40 Stars & 23 Planets)
Planets within 176 to 200 Light Years
(23 Stars & 11 Planets)
Planets within 201 to 400 Light Years
(112 Stars & 45 Planets)
Planets within 401 to 600 Light Years
(102 Stars & 32 Planets)
Planets within 601 to 800 Light Years
(28 Stars & 20 Planets)

Star Systems and ExoPlanets: 51 to 60 Light Years Away from Earth

There are currently 46 Total Stars and 21 Total Planets listed within 51 to 60 Light Years from our Solar System.
The stars within 51 to 60 Light Years represent 25 Star Systems and 8 of these Star Systems have multiple planets.

The Total Star Count within 51 to 60 Light Years includes 0 Wolf Rayet stars, 0 O Stars, 0 B Stars, 4 A Stars, 1 F Stars, 20 G Stars,
9 K Stars, 10 M Stars, 1 L Brown Dwarfs, 0 T Brown Dwarfs, 1 Y Brown Dwarfs, 0 Sub Brown Dwarf, 0 White Dwarfs,
0 Neutron Stars, and 0 Black Holes.

WR
Stars
Wolf Rayet Class Stars
O
Stars
O Class Stars
B
Stars
B Class Stars
A
Stars
A Class Stars
F
Stars
F Class Stars
G
Stars
G Class Stars
K
Stars
K Class Stars
M
Stars
M Class Stars
L
Brown
Dwarf
L Class Brown Dwarfs
T
Brown
Dwarf
T Class Brown Dwarfs
Y
Brown Dwarf
Y Class Brown Dwarfs
Sub
Brown Dwarf
Sub Class Brown Dwarfs
White
Dwarf
Stars
White Dwarf Class Stars
Neutron
Stars
Neutron Class Stars
Black
Holes
Black Holes
0 0 0 4 1 20 9 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

The Total Planet Count within 51 to 60 Light Years includes 0 Mercurian planets, 0 Sub-Terran planets, 1 Terran planets (Earth-Size), 0 Super Terran planets, 6 Sub-Neptunian planets, 6 Neptunian planets, 1 Jovian planets, and 7 Super Jovian planets.

Super Jovian
Planets
Jovian
Planets
Neptunian
Planets
Sub Neptunian
Planets
Super Terran
Planets
Terran
Planets
Sub Terran
Planets
Mercurian
Planets
Super Jovian Sized Planets Jovian Sized Planets Neptunian Sized Planets Sub Neptunian Planets Super Terran Sized Planets Terran Sized Planets Sub Terran Sized Planets Mercurian Sized Planets
7 1 6 6 0 1 0 0

There are 0 planets within 51 to 60 Light Years that orbit in the habitable zone of their star that might potentially harbor intelligent Alien life.

The most notable planet within 51 to 60 Light Years is planet HD 21749 b. HD 21749 b is a Earth-sized planet that does not orbit within the habitable zone of its star. Is HD 21749 similar to Venus?

Planets have also been categorized according to their ESC, or Earth Similarity Class. Some scientists call this the Earth Simiarlity Index, or ESI. ESC is an indicator of how "Earth-like" a planet may be, based upon the following 20 criteria: whether a planet is in the habitable zone of their star (the area where liquid water could exist), if the planet is tidally locked (one side always faces its star), axial tilt, orbit eccentricity, size, mass, diameter, density, gravity, atmosphere, atmosphere pressure, ozone layer, magnetic field, parent star solar flares, average temperature, liquid water, land, plants, animals, and intelligent beings.

Planets outside of our solar system have ESC's calculated given the current data that is available. Their real ESC may rise or fall once complete data has been discovered. ESC will only be calculated for rocky planets and not for Gas Giant planets. ESC does not nessarily indicate that a planet is "habitable" or can support life as we know it. ESC only gives us a general indication about how that planet compares to Earth given currently available data. Images that are displayed for planets are theoretical based upon the current available data. Images may be updated as new planetary data is discovered.

In addition, any planet that has a green background, is located within the "habitable zone" of that star. The habitable zone of a star is defined as the area around a star where liquid water could possibly reside on a planet, given that the planet has sufficient atmospheric pressure and a temperature that allows for liquid water. It does not indicate that a planet will be "habitable" just because it's located within that star's habitable zone.

Also, any planet that has an orange background, is located in the habitable zone, however, the planet is bombarded by strong solar flares from its parent star. Finally, any planet that has a red background, is located in the habitable zone, however, the planet is bombarded by extreme solar flares from its parent star.






Star Types

61 Ursae
Majoris

31.1000

Light
Years
G8V Dwarf
61 Ursae - G8V Dwarf

61 Ursae Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
403,561 Years 625.85 Years 312.92 Years 156.46 Years



No Planets











Gliese 436

33.1500

Light
Years
M2.5V SubDwarf
Gliese 436 - M2.5V SubDwarf

Gliese 436 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
430,162 Years 667.10 Years 333.55 Years 166.77 Years
Gliese 436 b
Gliese 436 b - Extremely Hot SubTerran
0.0185 AU
1.3659 Days

Extremely Hot
SubTerran

0.280 (EM)
5,226 Miles
Gliese 436 c
Gliese 436 c - Extremely Hot Neptunian
0.0291 AU
2.6438 Days

Extremely Hot
Neptunian

13.02 (EM)
34,285 Miles










Alpha Mensae

33.2600

Light
Years
G7V Dwarf
Alpha Mensae - G7V Dwarf

Alpha Mensae Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
431,589 Years 669.31 Years 334.66 Years 167.33 Years



No Planets











Pollux

33.6000

Light
Years
K0III Dwarf
Pollux - K0III Dwarf

Pollux Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
436,001 Years 676.16 Years 338.08 Years 169.04 Years
Thestias
Pollux b - Very Hot Super Jovian
1.64 AU
589.64 Days

Very Hot
Super Jovian

2.3 (JM)











Gliese 649

33.6050

Light
Years
M1.5V SubDwarf
Gliese 649 - M1.5V SubDwarf

Gliese 649 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
436,066 Years 676.26 Years 338.13 Years 169.06 Years
Gliese 649 b
Gliese 649 b - Freezing SubNeptunian
0.043 AU
4.4762 Days

Freezing
Sub Neptunian

9.52 (EM)
Gliese 649 c
Gliese 649 c - Freezing Jovian
1.135 AU
598.3 Days

Freezing
Jovian

0.328 (JM)










Iota Persei

34.3800

Light
Years
F9.5V SubGiant
Iota Persei - F9.5V SubGiant

Iota Persei Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
446,123 Years 691.85 Years 345.93 Years 172.96 Years



No Planets











Zeta Herculis

35.0000

Light
Years
F9IV SubGiant | G7V Dwarf
Zeta Herculis A - F9IV SubGiant Zeta Herculis B - G7V Dwarf

Zeta Herculis Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
454,168 Years 704.33 Years 352.16 Years 176.08 Years



No Planets











Delta Trianguli

35.3000

Light
Years
G0V Dwarf | K4V Dwarf
Delta Trianguli A - G0V Dwarf Delta Trianguli B - K4V Dwarf

Delta Trianguli Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
458,061 Years 710.37 Years 355.18 Years 177.59 Years



No Planets











Gliese 86

36.0000

Light
Years
K1V Dwarf | D White Dwarf
Gliese 86 A - K1V Dwarf Gliese 86 B - D White Dwarf

Gliese 86 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
467,144 Years 724.45 Years 362.23 Years 181.11 Years
Gliese 86 b
Gliese 86 b - Hot Super Jovian
0.1130 AU
15.764 Days

Hot
Super Jovian

3.91 (JM)











HD 85512

36.3700

Light
Years
K5V Dwarf
HD 85512 - K5V Dwarf

HD 85512 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
471,945 Years 731.90 Years 365.95 Years 182.97 Years
HD 85512 b
HD 85512 b - Hot Sub Neptunian
0.260 AU
54.43 Days

Hot
Sub Neptunian

3.49 (EM)
10,293 Miles











Arcturus

36.7000

Light
Years
K0III Dwarf
Arcturus - K0III Dwarf

Arcturus Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
476,227 Years 738.54 Years 369.27 Years 184.63 Years



No Planets











11 Leonis
Minoris

37.1000

Light
Years
G8V Dwarf | M5V SubDwarf
11 Leonis Minoris A - G8V Dwarf 11 Leonis Minoris B - M5V SubDwarf

11 Leonis Minoris Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
481,418 Years 746.59 Years 373.29 Years 186.65 Years



No Planets











Muphrid

37.2000

Light
Years
G0IV Dwarf
Muphrid - G0IV Dwarf

Muphrid Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
482,716 Years 748.60 Years 374.30 Years 187.15 Years



No Planets











Gamma Virginis

38.1000

Light
Years
F0V SubGiant | F0V SubGiant
Gamma Virginis A - F0V SubGiant Gamma Virginis B - F0V SubGiant

Gamma Virginis Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
494,394 Years 766.71 Years 383.36 Years 191.68 Years



No Planets











Gliese 180

38.1000

Light
Years
M2 SubDwarf
Gliese 180 - M2 SubDwarf

Gliese 180 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
494,394 Years 766.71 Years 383.36 Years 191.68 Years
Gliese 180 b
Gliese 130 b - Cold SubNeptunian
0.103 AU
17.380 Days

Cold
Sub Neptunian

8.3(EM)

Gliese 180 c
Gliese 180 c - Cold SubNeptunian
0.129 AU
24.329 Days

Cold
Sub Neptunian

6.4 (EM)










Iota Pegasi

38.2000

Light
Years
F5V SubGiant | G8V Dwarf
Iota Pegasi A - F5V SubGiant Iota Pegasi B - 8V Dwarf

Iota Pegasi Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
495,692 Years 768.72 Years 384.36 Years 192.18 Years



No Planets











Alrai

38.5100

Light
Years
K1IVe Dwarf | M SubDwarf
Alrai A - K1IVe - Dwarf Alrai B - M SubDwarf

Alrai Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
499,714 Years 774.96 Years 387.48 Years 193.74 Years



No Planets











LHS 1140

39.0000

Light
Years
M SubDwarf
LHS 1140 - M SubDwarf

LHS 1140 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
506,073 Years 784.82 Years 392.41 Years 196.21 Years
LHS 1140 b
LHS 1140 b - Warm SubNeptunian
0.09 AU



Warm
Sub Neptunian

6.7 (EM)
11,085 Miles
12.5 Density

Habitable
Moons?













Trappist-1

Moderate
Solar Flares


39.1300

Light
Years
M8V SubDwarf
Trappist-1 - M8 SubDwarf



Trappist-1 Travel Time
Chemical
Rocket
Fission
Rocket
Fusion
Rocket
Laser
Sail
507,760 Years 787.44 Years 393.72 Years 196.86 Years
Trappist-1 b
Trappist-1 b - Hot Terran
0.0111 AU
1.5108 Days

Hot
Terran

1.02 (EM)
8,868 Miles
4.02 Density
0.81 g

Thick Atmosphere?

Trappist-1 c
Trappist-1 c - Hot Terran
0.0152 AU
2.421 Days

Hot
Terran

1.16 (EM)
8,710 Miles
4.85 Density
0.96 g

Thick Atmosphere?
Trappist-1 d
Trappist-1 d - Warm SubTerran
0.0214 AU
4.049 Days

Warm
SubTerran

0.30 (EM)
6,113 Miles
3.41 Density
0.48 g

Liquid Water?
Trappist-1 e
Trappist-1 e - Warm Terran
0.028 AU
6.099 Days


Aliens?


Warm
Terran

0.77 (EM)
7,269 Miles
5.63 Density
0.93 g

Liquid Water?

Trappist-1 f
Trappist-1 f - Cold Terran
0.037 AU
9.206 Days


Aliens?


Cold
Terran

0.93 (EM)
8,274 Miles
4.52 Density
0.85 g

Liquid Water?



Trappist-1 g
Trappist-1 g - Cold Terran
0.045 AU
12.352 Days


Aliens?


Cold
Terran

1.15 (EM)
8,900 Miles
4.19 Density
0.87 g

Liquid Water?

Trappist-1 h
Trappist-1 h - Freezing SubTerran
0.0619
18.76 Days

Freezing
SubTerran

0.33 (EM)
6,097 Miles

3.97 Density
0.55 g

Frozen
Water?






Gliese 1132

39.3000

Light
Years
M3.5 SubDwarf

Gliese 1132 b
Gliese1132 b - Hot SuperTerran
0.0154 AU

Hot
Super Terran

1.6 (EM)
9,185 Miles













Lamda Serpentis

39.5000

Light
Years
G0V Dwarf




No Planets












Zeta Reticuli

39.5100

Light
Years
G3V Dwarf | G2V Dwarf




No Planets












2M 0746+20

39.8230

Light
Years
L0 Brown Dwarf | Brown Dwarf

No Planets












Gliese 179

39.9750

Light
Years
M4V SubDwarf

Gliese 179 b
Gliese 179 b - Freezing Jovian
2.41 AU

Freezing
Jovian

0.82 (EM)












85 Pegasi

40.4000

Light
Years
G5vb Dwarf | K7V Dwarf




No Planets












HD 69830

40.7000

Light
Years
G8V Dwarf

HD 69830 b
HD 69830 b - Extremely Hot Neptunian
0.0785 AU

Extremely Hot
Neptunian

10.2 (EM)

HD 69830 c
HD 69830 c - Very Hot Neptunian
0.186 AU

Very Hot
Neptunian

11.8 (EM)
HD 69830 d
HD 69830 - Warm Neptunian
0.630 AU



Warm
Neptunian

18.1 (EM)
31,672 Miles

Habitable Moons?

Asteroid Belt

0.93-1.16 AU








55 Cancri

40.2470

Light
Years
G8V Dwarf | M3.5V SubDwarf

Janssen
Janssen - Inferno Sub Neptunian
0.0156 AU

Inferno
Sub Neptunian

8.63 (EM)
15,203 Miles
5.9 Density

Nitrogen
Oxygen


Galileo
Galileo - Hot Jovian
0.155 AU

Hot
Jovian

0.82 (JM)

Hydrogen

Brahe
Brahe - Hot Jovian
0.240 AU

Hot
Jovian

0.171 (EM)
Harriot
Harriot - Warm Neptunian
0.781 AU



Warm
Neptunian

49.21 (EM)
Lipperhey
Lipperhey - Freezing Super Jovian
5.77 AU

Freezing
Super Jovian

3.82 (EM)






Theoretical Earth-like Planet

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