Also, it is known that the red dwarf is a stormy little star, blasting powerful flares into space, causing its brightness to vary. For the world to be even vaguely cozy for life (or visiting humans), it would need to have a hefty atmosphere and magnetosphere to deflect the worst radiation that can be thrown at it.
Could Proxima Centauri Be Our Interstellar Getaway?
Dr. Ian O'Neill

Reminds me of a film I saw upon Netflix involving an Earth sized world orbiting a red dwarf.

Yes, it’s in English. ;-)

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