Visibility II / V
An interesting star of Teegarden.
Aries in the constellation, about 15 degrees southwest of the Pleiades (M45) dim, 15.1 magnitude, Star of Teegarden. That star caught the attention of Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT) researchers in 2003, with a specific motion of about 5 "/ year.
The star is only about 0.08x the mass of the Sun, with a rating of a red dwarf star. The distance to the star of Teegarden is about 12.5 light-years. In 2019, scientists have found evidence of stellar radial motion on two Earth-like exoplanets in the so-called zone of life.
Star of Teegarden: RA 02h 53m 00.89133s Dec + 16 ° 52 ′ 52.6421 ″
Picture: 20x1min SPX300F4, Atik314L +, Baader Jhonson-V filter