This small red dwarf (0.164 solar masses) has no planets orbiting it. Either too little mass existed in the protostellar cloud for planet
formation, or the star was unable to hold onto them if they formed too far out, due to its relatively low gravitational field. However, one
rogue dwarf planet, not bound in orbit to the central star has been detected. This small, remote and frozen world may have formed in this
star system originally, or it may be drifting past having arrived from deep space. When planets are found in orbit around red dwarfs, then
there is a good chance of life evolving, since these stars are extremely long-lived. However, many red dwarfs are so old (some belonging
to the first generation of stars) that they formed in metal-poor systems whose planets are less likely to support life.
1. Set a course for a new target system