Wilhelm Gliese (German pronunciation: [ˈɡliːzə], English GLEE-zə; 21 June 1915 – 12 June 1993) was a German astronomer who specialized in the study and cataloging of nearby stars.

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Webb Detects Water Vapor in Atmosphere of Gliese 1214b

Webb Captures Transmission Spectrum of Gliese 486b

Super-Earth Gliese 1252b Has No Significant Atmosphere, Study Says

Iron-Rich Sub-Earth Exoplanet Found Orbiting Gliese 367

A planet of burning ice. Gliese 436 b is a planet roughly the size of Neptune and was first discovered in 2004, found around 30 million light years from Earth and is about 20 times larger

Volcanic Activity Changed Atmosphere of Earth-Sized Planet Gliese 1132b: Study

Gliese 486b is a Hellish World With Temperatures Above 700 Kelvin

Hot Super-Earth Found around Gliese 740