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Sanctum

The Sanctum Star System has a K-type main-sequence star as its sun and six orbiting planets. It is located in the far northeastern region of the Kikyo Sector in the grid square 2218.

Star Data

The star of the Sanctum system is an orange dwarf. Below are the star's statistics.

  • Name: Sanctum
  • Type: K4 V
  • Mass: 1.442 × 1030 kilograms1)

Planetary Data

Below is the statistical information for the 6 planets in the Sanctum system.

Planetary Overview
Order Name Type
1 Obsidian Telluric
2 Sirris VI Telluric
3 Crystaria Ice Giant
4 Vernia Dwarf
5 Phosphorus Telluric
6 Korusiel Dwarf

Obsidian

Obsidian is a planet with a thin, toxic atmosphere that lurks close to Sanctum.

  • Type: Rocky Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 14.96 million kilometers2)
  • Mass: 2.66 x 1024 kilograms3)
  • Period: 0.19 years
  • Gravity: 7.64 meters/second24)
  • Planetary Population: N/A
  • Natural Satellites: 1
  • Facilities: N/A
  • Average Surface Temperature: 493 °C5)

Sirris VI

For more information, see Sirris VI.

  • Type: Rocky Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 85.271 million kilometers6)
  • Mass: 5.939 x 1024 kilograms7)
  • Radius: 6,371 kilometers8)
  • Period: 0.715 years
  • Gravity: 9.804 meters/second29)
  • Planetary Population: 2.8167 billion Gunja
  • Natural Satellites: 3 moons
  • Facilities: N/A
  • Average Surface Temperature: 21 °C10)

Crystaria

Crystaria is a massive ice/gas giant that is impossible to land on and thus completely uninhabitable.

  • Type: Ice Giant
  • Orbital Radius: 912.39 million kilometers11)
  • Mass: 1.02 x 1027 kilograms12)
  • Period: 22 years
  • Gravity: 21 meters/second213)
  • Planetary Population: N/A
  • Natural Satellites: 46
  • Facilities: N/A
  • Average Surface Temperature: -83 °C14)

Vernia

Vernia is a dwarf planet.

  • Type: Dwarf Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 1.74805 billion kilometers15)
  • Mass: 4.1 x 1023 kilograms16)
  • Period: 17 years
  • Gravity: 3.7963 meters/second217)
  • Planetary Population: N/A
  • Natural Satellites: 5
  • Facilities: N/A
  • Average Surface Temperature: -350 °C18)

Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a volcanic planet constantly battling the cold of space. Its most notable feature is the overwhelming presence of bio-luminescent bacteria. A broken-down alien space station - built by an unknown species - is in orbit around this planet.

  • Type: Volcanic/Ice Rocky Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 2.46463 billion kilometers19)
  • Mass: 4.42 x 1024 kilograms20)
  • Period: 21 years
  • Gravity: 8.53 meters/second221)
  • Planetary Population: N/A
  • Natural Satellites: 11
  • Facilities:
  • Average Surface Temperature: -214 °C22)

Korusiel

Korusiel is a colossal dwarf planet and potentially one of the biggest known, not having cleared its neighborhood. It's classed as a dwarf planet due to being in the center of an enormous asteroid field.

  • Type: Ice Dwarf Planet
  • Orbital Radius: 3.72317 billion kilometers23)
  • Mass: 5.75 x 1024 kilograms24)
  • Period: 34 years
  • Gravity: 8.82 meters/second225)
  • Planetary Population: N/A
  • Natural Satellites: 0
  • Facilities: N/A
  • Average Surface Temperature: -223 °C26)

OOC Notes

Lijosu created this article on 2018/08/29 21:57; Frostjaeger approved it (using the checklist) on 2018/09/27 17:37.

1)
Roughly equivalent to 3.179 × 1030 pounds.
2)
Equivalent to 0.10000142335 astronomical units or 9.30 million miles.
3)
Roughly equivalent to 0.44 M ⊕ or 5.86 × 1024 pounds.
4)
Roughly equivalent to 0.78 g or 25.07 feet/second2.
5)
Roughly equivalent to 919 °F.
6)
Equivalent to 0.57 astronomical units or 52.985 million miles.
7)
Roughly equivalent to 1.309 × 1025 pounds.
8)
Roughly equivalent to 3,959 miles.
9)
Roughly equivalent to 0.998 g or 32.165 feet/second2.
10)
Roughly equivalent to 70 °F.
11)
Equivalent to 6.09895044449 astronomical units or 566,932,862.09 miles.
12)
Roughly equivalent to 2.25 × 1027 pounds.
13)
Roughly equivalent to 2.14 g or 69 feet/second2.
14)
Roughly equivalent to -117 °F.
15)
Equivalent to 11.68499251908 astronomical units or 1.08619 billion miles.
16)
Roughly equivalent to 9.0 × 1023 pounds.
17)
Roughly equivalent to 0.3196 g or 12.4551 feet/second2.
18)
Roughly equivalent to -598 °F.
19)
Equivalent to 16.47503395916 astronomical units or 1.53145 billion miles.
20)
Roughly equivalent to 0.74 M ⊕ or 9.74 × 1024 pounds.
21)
Roughly equivalent to 0.87 g or 27.99 feet/second2.
22)
Roughly equivalent to -353 °F.
23)
Equivalent to 24.88785423602 astronomical units or 2.31347 billion miles.
24)
Roughly equivalent to 0.96 M ⊕ or 1.27 × 1025 pounds.
25)
Roughly equivalent to 0.90 g or 28.94 feet/second2.
26)
Roughly equivalent to -369 °F.

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system/sanctum.txt · Last modified: 2020/04/07 08:25 by whisper