Orbital
Distance

(a=AUs)
Orbital
Period

(P=years)
Orbital
Eccentricity

(e)
Orbital
Inclination

(i=degrees)

Mass

(Solar)

Diameter

(Solar)

Density

(Earths)
Surface
Gravity

(Earths)

Metallicity
(Solar)
AB Mass Center0.0........................
HR 483 A5.6419.50.431030.97 +/- 0.23~1......0.64
Disrupted H.Z. A?1.181.30?...............
HR 483 B1.6919.50.431030.29 +/- 0.07>1.........
H.Z. B0.036~0.010?...............


NOTE: This animation attempts to relate the orbits (and possible habitable zones) of Stars A and B in the HR 483 / HD 10307 AB system to their common center of mass. To enlarge the display, the orbits have been arbitrarily rotated 135 degrees. Although the initial display shows the system's actual orbital tilt (at an inclination of 103) from the visual perspective of an observer on Earth, the orbital inclination of any planet that may be discovered someday around either star would likely be different from those of the habitable zone orbits depicted here.


 

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