• Constellation: Aquarius
  • Right Ascension: 22h 38m 33.73s
  • Declination: –15° 17′ 57.3″
  • Distance: 11.1 ly

EZ Aqr is a triple red dwarf system 11 light years away. Star "C" of the triplet orbits every 3.8 days, the other one "B" has a 823 day period.
All three of the stars have an estimated mass of a tenth of our Sun. No planetary companions have been found as of yet.

Image from 2005 showing its proper motion through the sky.

  • Telescope: Explore Scientific 127 Refractor
  • Camera: ZWO 1600 MM