Iota Draconis

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Iota Draconis b or Hypatia (which has a minimum mass of ~8.8 MJ) looking at it's red giant parent star.

Iota Draconis, also known as Edasich, is a red giant star with a stellar classification of K2[1] that is almost 12 times larger than the Sun.[2] It is orbited by a planetary companion called Hypatia.[3] Using parallax measurements, this star is located at a distance of around 101.2 light-years or 31.0 parsecs from the Sun.[4]

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