Gliese may refer to:

  • Rochus Gliese (1891—1978), a German actor, director, production designer, and art director
  • Wilhelm Gliese (1915–1993), a German astronomer, best known for the Gliese Catalogue of Nearby Stars
  • Gliese Catalogue of Nearby Stars, a modern star catalog of stars located within 25 parsecs of the Earth
  • Gliese 581, a red dwarf star orbited by several extra-solar planets, at least one of which is in the star's habitable zone
  • Gliese 667, a triple star system in the constellation of Scorpius containing exoplanet GJ 667 Cc in one of the stars' habitable zone

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Gliese 849 B
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Gliese 22
... Gliese 22, also catalogued V547 Cassiopeiae, is a hierarchical star system approximately 33 light-years away in the constellation of Cassiopeia ... The system consists of two red dwarf stars, Gliese 22A and Gliese 22B in an outer orbit of about 320 years, and a brown dwarf, Gliese 22C, which orbits Gliese 22A ... As of 2008, it was announced that a possible extrasolar planet, Gliese 22B b, or brown dwarf orbits Gliese 22B but this is currently unconfirmed ...
Super-Earths - Discoveries - First Super-Earth in Habitable Zone
... announced the discovery of two new super-Earths around Gliese 581, both on the edge of the habitable zone around the star where liquid water may be possible on the surface ... With Gliese 581 c having a mass of at least 5 Earth masses and a distance from Gliese 581 of 0.073 astronomical units (AU 6.8 million mi, 11 million km), it is on the ... Subsequent research suggests Gliese 581 c has likely suffered a runaway greenhouse effect like Venus, but that its sister planet, Gliese 581 d, does in fact lie within the star ...