At a distance of 41 light years, I'd buy a one-way ticket to this binary star system. The primary star 55 Cancri A is a solar-type star. Best of all, it's the age or our sun and has a full-blown planetary system and Kuiper belt outer rim. The red dwarf companion star is 100 billion miles away, too far to disrupt a planetary system.
To date five know planets orbit the star within the radius of Jupiter's orbit. A hot Jupiter and super-Earth mass planet orbit very close to the star. A nearly Saturn-mass planet lies within the star's habitable zone. This would be a sweet spot to go looking for large habitable moons capable of possessing an atmosphere.
And there is room for yet undetected terrestrial mass planets near the habitable zone. I was so intrigued by this star I had my colleague, space artist Lynette Cook, do an illustration (above) for our 2005 book Infinite Worlds. 55 Cancri will be a likely target for an interstellar probe in the coming centuries.