Zoznam najmenších hviezd

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Toto je zoznam najmenších hviezd zoradený podľa priemeru v jednotkách priemeru Slnka (1 391 400 km) a priemeru Jupitera (142 984 km). Nie sú tu uvedené hnedé trpaslíky s priemerom pod 120 000 km, biele trpaslíky a neutrónové hviezdy. Priemery planét sú uvedené len pre porovnanie.

Hviezda Priemer v km Priemer
Slnka
Priemer
Jupitera
Teplota Absolútna
magnitúda
Referencie
Zem 012 756 0,009 0,08
EBLM J0555-57Ab 118 000 0,085 0,83 [1][2][3]
SSSPM J0829-1309 122 600 0,088 0,86 2117 K [4]
RG 0050-2722 126 600 0,091 0,89 2402 K [4]
LP 771-021 129 400 0,093 0,90 2512 K [4]
2MASS J0523-1403 141 200 0,101 0,99 2074 K [4][5][6]
Jupiter 142 984 0,103 1
BRI B0021−0214 151 660 0,109 1,06 2315 K [4]
LEHPM1−0494B 153 050 0,110 1,07 2305 K [4]
OGLE-TR-122b 162 200 0,117 1,13 [7][8][9]
GJ 644C 166 970 0,120 1,17 2611 K
TRAPPIST-1 168 360 0,121 1,18 2511 K 18,4 [10]
SO0253+1652 176 710 0,127 1,24 2656 K [4]
LHS 132 185 060 0,133 1,29 2513 K [4]
GJ 551 196 190 0,141 1,37 [11]
Proxima Centauri 202 000 0,154 1,50 [11]
LEHPM1−0494A 211 490 0,152 1,48 2918 K [4]
Ross 248 222 800 0,160 1,56 [12]
Wolf 359 222 800 0,160 1,56 2700 K 16,65 [13]
Barnardova hviezda 272 800 0,196 1,91 [11]
Ross 128 273 690 0,197 1,92 [14]
Ross 154 334 000 0,240 2,34 [15]
Gliese 581 416 030 0,299 2,91 [16]
Luytenova hviezda 487 000 0,350 3,41 [17]
Teide 1 540 480 0,388 3,78 [18]
Lalande 21185 547 000 0,393 3,83 [11]
GJ 887 638 650 0,459 4,47 [11]
Lacaille 9352 640 000 0,460 4,48 [11]

Referencie[upraviť | upraviť kód]

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  10. Stellar parameters for TRAPPIST-1. The Astrophysical Journal, January 2018. DOI10.3847/1538-4357/aaa023.
  11. a b c d e f Mass-radius relation of low and very low-mass stars revisited with the VLTI. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2 June 2009, s. 205–215. DOI10.1051/0004-6361/200911976.
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  13. Optical and infrared photometry of dwarf M and K stars. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 1990, s. 335–339.
  14. HOW TO CONSTRAIN YOUR M DWARF: MEASURING EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE, BOLOMETRIC LUMINOSITY, MASS, AND RADIUS. The Astrophysical Journal, 4 May 2015, s. 64. Dostupné online [cit. 2020-03-28]. DOI10.1088/0004-637X/804/1/64.
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