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CD-54°9222 is also known as Gl 853, HR 8501, and HD 211415. Nearby yellow dwarf star with a red dwarf companion in Grus. A and B are separated by about 45 AU. It was identified in 2003 by astrobiologist Margaret Turnbull as one of the most promising candidates for hosting life and a top five candidate for a solar-type star old enough to host a radio-emitting civilization that could be detected by SETI.

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