How far is the closest star to the moon besides the sun?
Alpha Centauri That star is the closest to any planet or dwarf planet in the solar system.
Alpha Centauri had long been considered the closest other star, but it turns out that there is red dwarf star called Proxima Centauri which is fractionally closer. Alpha is a star much like our own Sun, and easily seen in the southern hemisphere. Proxima is, I believe, not visible without a telescope.
The moon is the closest of these to the earth. It is 400 times closer to the earth than the sun, the second closest thing to the earth from your list. The third would be other stars besides our sun. The next nearest star (Proxima Centauri) is about 272 thousand times as far from earth as our sun is. Those stars may or may not be arranged in constellations, which are simply configurations of stars…