Gliese 67 (HD 10307, HIP 7918) is a nearby Sun-like star in the constellation Andromeda regarded as a promising candidate for habitability if it possesses any Earth-like planets within its habitable zone. It ranks in the top five stars most likely to support life in a shortlist drawn up in 2006 by astrobiologist Margaret Turnbull, one of the authors of HabCat (Catalog of Nearby Habitable Systems).
|distance||41.42 light-years (12.70 pc)|
|spectral type||G2 V|
|position||R.A. 01h 41m 47.2s,
Dec. +42° 36' 48"
|other catalog designations||HD 10307, HIP 7918,
HR 483, BD +41 328