Sirius - Also called Alpha Canis Maioris, it is one of the stars of the Canis Major constellation and the brightest star in the night sky. Its diameter is 1.8 times, its mass is 2.35 times, while its absolute luminosity is 23 times that of the Sun. The Sirius appears bluish white, due to its high surface temperature (10,000 K). It has a white dwarf companion, Sirius B.
Epsilon Eridani (ε Eridani)
Tau Ceti (τ Ceti) - One of the stars in the constellation Cetus. Its mass and spectral properties are similar to that of the Sun. Its distance from the Sun is less than 12 light years.
Proxima Centauri - One of the stars of the Centaurus constellation. Also called Alpha Centauri C, it is the smallest member of the Alpha Centauri triple star system. It is a red dwarf, the closest star to our Sun at a distance of 4.24 light years (4×10¹³ km).
α Centauri A and B - Stars of the Centaurus constellation. The stars Alpha Centauri A, B and C form a triple star system. Alpha Centauri A and B appear to the naked eye as a single object, due to their proximity (0.2 light years). Alpha Centauri A is the 3rd brightest star in the night sky, it is located at a distance of 4.4 light years from the Sun.
Sun - The star at the centre of the Solar System. Its diameter is 1,392,000 km, 109 times that of the Earth. Its mean distance from the core of the Milky Way is about 27,000 light years. The star closest to the Sun is the Proxima Centauri (also known as Alpha Centauri C), at a distance of 4.24 light years.