Also known as 2M 0441+23, it is a system of three red dwarf stars about 392.77 light-years away in the constellation Taurus. A planetary-mass brown dwarf is detected orbiting the system's component B star, and if not considered a planet, makes this system the lowest-mass quadruple star system ever discovered
NOTE: Due to its unusual characteristics, 2M 0441+23 Bb is both defined as a planet and a star
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