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The Hagito Galaxy, a Community Project on constructing an entire galaxy! [REVIVAL]

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Far, Far away from the blue orb we all know. From it warmth and protection from the dangers of the cosmos. Lies a titan among galaxies. With over 53.92 trillion stars, this Galaxy has dominated its local group. Hundreds of billions of worlds host protection for life, though the environments may sometimes be extreme to the case of some civilizations. As well as life comes intelligence, over 34 million species in the Galaxy possess interstellar travel. 1.3 billion sapient species have technology at intermoonary/interplanetary space travel, and 617.89 billion have technology lower than ours. This galaxy has wonders on every corner, small black holes orbiting supermassive hypergiants, binary brown drawfs, a frozen ice giant orbiting the Galaxies center. The Uniqueness of the entire galaxy gives rise to unique civilizations... And their creations...
Welcome... To the Hagito Galaxy...

 

The Hagito Galaxy is a community project created with the aim on expanding and forming an entire Galaxy, star by star. No matter what we get, as long as a system is stable then we take it in...

 

Accepted Systems

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Supermassive Black hole Nee`Kra (@Galacticvoyager)

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Name: Nee`Kra

 

Age: 12.2 Billion years

 

Mass: 38097279 solar masses

 

Body Type: Supermassive Black Hole

 

Description: The Heart of the Hagito galaxy. Currently the largest black hole that exists within the galaxy, its gravity holds on to every star that exists within hagito. Although it may seem unlikely, a civilization lives around the black hole. However, due to the black holes extreme amount of radiation emission, the only safe place that the civilization could survive is under the surface of a small moon in orbit around a lone, orbiting gas giant. Nee`Kra also has a large accretion disk around it, this ring is near the size of J1407b`s rings, albeit slightly larger. And is extremely hot due to incoming materials. Strangely enough, If, with the right wormhole technology, A civilization could use Nee`kra as a wormhole to neighboring galaxies. However, no civilizations, young or old, dead or alive, have found out about this...





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Name: Leasa

 

Age: 5.27 Billion years

 

Mass: 77.3 Earth`s

 

Radius: 51685 km

 

Density: 798 Kg/m3

 

Temperature: -71.9*C

 

Semi major Axis: 11257 AU

 

Parent Body: Nee`Kra

 

Eccentricity: 0.01

 

Inclination: 35.2*

 

Body Type: Ice Giant

 

Description: A "rouge" ice giant if you so think, although it would also be seen as part of the Nee`Kra system. Somehow, it has managed to hold on to 1, solitary moon, which orbits this lonesome giant. This gas giant is quite warm due to the extreme amount of radiation produced by Nee`kra nearby, although it is still far into the negatives in the Celsius scale. Leasa has a thick hydrogen, water and ammonia atmosphere, which further down turns into liquid hydrogen, water and amonia, and eventually, liquid metallic hydrogen (mixed with liquid water and ammonia). Due to this, Leasa has a immense magnetic field present around it that is native to most gas and ice giants. The core of Leasa starts off with a thick shell of ice IV, and then rocky silicates and a molten core, which also helps out part of Leasa`s magnetic field. Calculations show that Leasa used to be further out from Nee`Kra in the past, but was knocked into a closer orbit, probably disrupting the orbits of whatever moons it had, leaving only Norai in orbit.





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Name: Norai

 

Age: 5.1 Billion years

 

Mass: 7.13E+22 Kg

 

Radius: 1667 km

 

Density: 4.66 g/cm3

 

Temperature: -69.1*C

 

Semi major Axis: 230149

 

Parent Body: Leasa

 

Eccentricity: 0.01

 

Inclination: 24.8*

 

Body Type: Ice Moon

 

Description: Norai is a small ice moon, and the only one of its system with Leasa. It is slightly smaller compared to earth`s moon, around 0.9 times the radius of the moon. Strangely enough, it somehow managed to get into a stable orbit around Leasa, this is quite unique to planets this close to a supermassive black hole, though calculations show it could of had a orbit further out with leasa in the past, but with the migration of the rouge ice giant, Norai was knocked into a closer orbit. Norai is also the home of the Primordials, the first sapient life of Hagita. The Primordials have been exiled by their own ascended species, the Y`itava, who are a warlike species, but spared the Primordials for creating their species. The Primordials are trapped on the hostile moon, and live under the surface of Norai to escape the high doses of radiation. The moon is also in close watch by the Y`itava and allies of the Y`itava, to ensure the Primordials do not escape the moon. Alongside monthly visits, wormhole blocking technology and general fear, the Primordials cannot escape Norai... unless... the Y`itava were to be annihilated...

Large A9 class main sequence star HGTO-7479-74893-23 (@RA3236)

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Name: HGTO-7479-74893-23

 

Age: 6 million years

 

Mass: 1.4xSun mass

 

Radius: 1190233km

 

Density: 4.50kg/m3

 

Surface Temperature: 7000 degrees Centigrade 

 

Semi major Axis: 5646 light years 

 

Eccentricity: 0.5

 

Parent Body: Hagito Galaxy Barycentre

 

Inclination: unstable, anywhere from 0-45

 

Body Type: A9 Class Main Sequence White Star

 

Description: A relatively boring star, HGTO is the biggest star in the whole sector* of 7479, only beating a nearby star by 0.2 solar masses. It is however also the most interesting, being a relatively rare type of star that is cooler than its spectral type. It has a large ring system that circles the star and has a massive number of shepherding planets so close to the star that they are white hot infernos. It's name comes from a nearby intelligent species, saying it stands for Hot Giant Titanic Object.

Neutron star (Pulsar) NRTUA-Durtisa (@Matuchkin)

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Name: NRTUA-Durtisa

 

Age: 300 Million years

 

Mass: 3.6x Sun mass

 

Radius: 15.9km

 

Density: 425000 g/cm3

 

Surface Temperature: 230000 degrees Centigrade 

 

Semi major Axis: 7283 light years 

 

Eccentricity: 0.37

 

Parent Body: Galaxy Barycentre

 

Inclination:-13.89

 

Body Type: Neutron Star (Pulsar)

 

Rotational Period: 1017 rotations per second

 

Description: PSR is a pulsar, with a total of 3 parent bodies around it, 2 of which are terrestrial, the third one being a massive gas giant. The pulsar orbits within the hostile section of the Galactic habitable zone, and thus no intelligent species have evolved in the system. Might as well, all of the planets NRTUA-Durtisa were once rouge planets, that were captured after NRTUA had exploded in a blinding supernovae, of which had dispersed into the galaxy. NRTUA is also one of the fastest spinning pulsars in the Galaxy, spinning at around 0.339x the speed of light! This speed however, does not match up to its escape velocity, which is much higher than 0.339x the speed of light.

The Binary system of Darwin A and Darwin B (@electricpants)

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Epsilon Alpha A

 

 

Name: Darwin A

 

Age: 4.3 Billion years

 

Mass: 1.06 Solar masses

 

Diameter: 775641 km

 

Density: 1626 kg/m3

 

Surface Temp.: 5959o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 24,780 lightyears

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.01

 

Parent Body: Hagito Galactic Core

 

Inclination: 168o

 

Type: G1V

 

Rotation Period: 31.82 days.

 

Description: A star a little more massive than our sun, Darwin A is the most massive star in a binary system. Being more massive than the Sun, the habitable zone is pushed farther out, and it's life span is a little shorter.

 

Epsilon Alpha Ba

 

 

Name: Darwin B

 

Age: 4.26 Billion years

 

Mass: 0.96 Solar masses

 

Diameter: 648078 km

 

Density: 1.86 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 4987o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 100 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.1

 

Parent Body: Darwin A

 

Inclination: 45o

 

Type: K1V

 

Rotation Period: 25.6 days.

 

Description: This star is a bit less massive than the sun, and "orbits" Darwin A at a distance of 100 AU. This companion star system consists of a binary system between a red dwarf , and their barycenter orbits Between Darwin A and B. This star is an orange dwarf, but it's not that orange.

 

Epsilon Alpha Ab

 

 

Name: Darwin Ab

 

Age: 4.21 Billion years

 

Mass: 10.9 Jupiter masses

 

Diameter: 186000 km

 

Density: 445 kg/m3

 

Surface Temp.: 1244-1271o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.033 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.04

 

Parent Body: Darwin A

 

Inclination: 4o

 

Type: Class I Hot Jupiter

 

Rotation Period: 2.13 days

 

Description: This planet is truly massive, weighing in at 10 times Jupiter's mass, this planet zips around Darwin A in only two days! Since this planet is so enormously huge, it's almost a brown dwarf, and because of that it pulls violently on it's host star, causing it to wobble.

 

Epsilon Alpha Ac

 

 

Name: Darwin Bb

 

Age: 4.22 Billion years

 

Mass: 2 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 8800 km

 

Density: 6.85 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 1.18-1.37o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 1.32 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.001

 

Parent Body: Darwin B

 

Inclination: 16o

 

Type: Habitable Super-Earth

 

Rotation Period: 1.73 days

 

Description: Darwin Bb is very cold, so intelligent life is a no-no, but there is some form of plant and animal life, though there is no more fish, because they all froze in the freezing waters. Animals live on land where there is more warmth from the sun. And since this planet has 2 stars in it's sky, it has some beautiful but disorienting double shadows.

The Nyx System(@electricpants)

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Nyx

 

 

Name: Nyx

 

Age: 99 Million years

 

Mass: 9.04 Solar masses

 

Diameter: 2656442 km

 

Density: 229 kg/m3

 

Surface Temp.: 14417o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 9908 Light years

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.2

 

Parent Body: Nee`kra

 

Inclination: 16o

 

Type: B0V Main Sequence Star

 

Rotation Period: 11.1 hours

 

Description: This star spins at 1.5 million km/h, one of the fastest spinning stars we've ever discovered. If it spun any faster, centrifugal forces would've torn it apart in a massive explosion. But no, centrifugal forces have in fact torn some of the equator off to form a giant ring, and out of that material, three shepherd planets were born!

 

Elluad

 

 

Name: Elluad

 

Age: 50 Million years

 

Mass: 2.98 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 9139 km

 

Density: 5.57 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: around 2900o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.056 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.01-0.10

 

Parent Body: Nyx

 

Inclination: 57o

 

Type: Hot Shepherd Planet

 

Rotation Period: 1.61 days

 

Description: Upon arrival on this system, our sensors detected 3 shepherd planets within Nyx`s rings. This planet is the first of those three shepherd planets, and is a yellow-hot mess. The core and the "crust" are almost the same temperature, so there's so little magnetic field that even our most sensitive sensors can't detect a trace amount of magnetic field

 

Pitunda

 

 

Name: Pitunda

 

Age: 51 Million years

 

Mass: 2.12 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 8335 km

 

Density: 5.22 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: around 3175o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.111 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0 - 1.10

 

Parent Body: Nyx

 

Inclination: 57o

 

Type: Hot Shepherd Planet

 

Rotation Period: 4.48 days

 

Description: Pitunda is a sort of mystery, as it's farther away than Elluad but it's hotter than it, has twice it's density, and has no atmosphere. So we have the same issue as with Elluad with the whole magnetic field thing. I guess it would make a good place to roast marshmallows under a planet-wide "fire". Some scientists suggest that the reason why it is hotter than Elluad is because it contains some sort of mineral that traps heat more efficiently. But its crazy... Is it?

 

Maniu

 

 

Name: Maniu

 

Age: 55 Million years

 

Mass: 2.17 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 7419 km

 

Density: 7.58 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: ~2297o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.218 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Nyx

 

Inclination: 57o

 

Type: Hot Shepherd Planet

 

Rotation Period: 12.4 days

 

Description: Maniu's surface is relatively cooler than it's core, so it has a weak magnetic field. It also has created the largest gap in Nyx's rings, not because of it's mass, but because it's farther away from the star where gravity is slightly weaker. It has an atmospheric pressure of 1.16 atmospheres, suggesting that it would be significantly cooler without it. Its atmosphere seems to be in a extreme greenhouse effect. Heating the planet by over 500 degrees more...

 

Sis Tun

 

 

Name: Sis Tun

 

Age: 98.8 Million years

 

Mass: 1.35 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 6503 km

 

Density: 7.0 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: ~12.1o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 8.85 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Nyx

 

Inclination: 63.2o

 

Type: Terraformed earth-like planet

 

Rotation Period: 4.36 days

 

Atmospheric pressure: 0.623 atmos

 

Description: Sis Tun is a planet that, without us, the Mofeku, would be a frozen iceball at the edge of the Nyx system. But we, as a interstellar race that look for planets to put colonies on, gave Sis Tun an atmosphere and water, and a magnetic field, and did the same to it's moon Niae and turned it's asteroid moon into a moon covered in factories, solar panels, and nuclear reactors. Then we colonized Sis Tun and Niae, Niae has became a popular vacation spot.

 

Somn

 

 

Name: Somn

 

Age: 127 Million years

 

Mass: 8.72E+17 kg

 

Diameter: 32.5 km

 

Density: 6.08 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: -79.8o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 74217 km

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.41

 

Parent Body: Sis Tun

 

Inclination: 14.1o

 

Type: Industrialized asteroid moon

 

Rotation Period: 2 days

 

Description: After the we terraformed Sis Tun, we turned toward it's small asteroid moon Somn for more resources to continue to advance our knowledge of the stars by making more computers and telescopes. So we put all the bad stuff, prisons, factories, and nuclear power plants on Somn to make Sis Tun and it's major moon Niae as clean, pure, and enjoyable as possible for our species.

 

Niae

 

 

Name: Niae

 

Age: 98.2 Million years

 

Mass: 1.38 Moon masses

 

Diameter: 1673 km

 

Density: 5.17 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: ~6.86o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 410721 km

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.01

 

Parent Body: Sis Tun

 

Inclination: 0.9o

 

Type: Terraformed earth-like moon

 

Rotation Period: 25.9 days

 

Atmospheric pressure: 0.243 atmos

 

Description: Niae is a lush moon, with life from our homeworld transferred to here and to Sis Tun. However, only Niae has rainforests and more intelligent life, somewhat like tiruaz`a, in the trees. Sis Tun has less complex life for reasons we don't understand, and only has pocket forests, we  are studying the trees and how they were adapting to the new environment. 

Class F5 Class Main Sequence White Star Nxian(@RA3236)

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Name: Nxian (or HGTO-7479-74893-13 Nxian)

 

Age: 673 Million years

 

Mass: 1.20 Solar Masses

 

Radius: 802523km

 

Density: 1.44 g/cm3

 

Temperature: 6287oC

 

Rotation Period: 34.9 days

 

Semi major Axis: 5643ly (4.3ly away from HGTO-7479-74893-23)

 

Parent Body: Hagito Galaxy Barycenter

 

Eccentricity: 1 (It had practically all of its speed removed when HGTO-7479-74893-23 flew past the star)

 

Inclination: 23.3

 

Body Type: F5 Class Main Sequence White Star

 

Description: Nxian is one of the more interesting stars, housing a planet capable of supporting life. Nxian is a F5 main sequence star plummeting towards the central black hole. In less than 10 million years this star and its planet would no longer exist. The reason for this disaster is unknown, however it is believed the same instabilities in HGTO's inclination may have caused it.

 

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Name: Nustasci

 

Age: 663million years

 

Mass: 77.2 moons

 

Radius: 5308 km

 

Density: 9.05g/cm3

 

Temperature: 20.2-20.3oC

 

Rotation Period: 0.98 days

 

Semi major Axis: 1.61 AU

 

Parent Body: Nxian

 

Eccentricity: 0.01

 

Inclination: 0.1

 

Body Type: Habitable earth-like planet

 

Description: Nustasci is a planet undisturbed by the disaster that caused its star to plummet to the central black hole. It houses a sapient species that named the star HGTO-7479-74893-23 when they first started looking up to the stars.

The Hypervelocity Binary star system of Hydrox and Kerleen(@electricpants)

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Hydrox

 

 

Name: Hydrox

 

Age: 5.5 Billion years

 

Mass: 1.1 Solar masses

 

Diameter: 915273 km

 

Density: 840 kg/m3

 

Surface Temp.: 6020o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis:  Approx 0.04972 AU (From the barycenter. The barycenter's SMA is 12816 Light Years.)

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Hydrox-Kerleen Barycenter (Barycenter's Parent Body is nothing)

 

Inclination: 18.4o

 

Type: G2V

 

Rotation Period: 31.9 days

 

Description: Hydrox and Kerleen originated from the center of the galaxy, until they got too close to the central black hole. Luckily, Kerleen was not snatched from Hydrox, but all their planets were, and then the two shot off into the distance as hypervelocity stars. They are currently the fastest hypervelocity stars we know of, shooting off at 0.8891435724252677373674743385847889043% the speed of light.

 

Kerleen

 

 

Name: Kerleen

 

Age: 5.4 Billion years

 

Mass: 524 Jupiter masses

 

Diameter: 309173 km

 

Density: 5.65 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 3748o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.09944 AU (From the barycenter.)

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Hydrox-Kerleen Barycenter

 

Inclination: 18.4o

 

Type: M5V

 

Rotation Period: 13 days

 

Description: Kerleen and Hydrox originated from the center of the galaxy, until they got too close to the central black hole. Luckily, Kerleen was not snatched from Hydrox, but all their planets were, and then the two shot off into the distance as hypervelocity stars. They are currently the fastest hypervelocity stars we know of, shooting off at 0.8891435724252677373674743385847889043% the speed of light.

The Binary system of Mena A and Mena B(@electricpants)

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Mena A

 

 

Name: Mena A

 

Age: 3.74 Billion years

 

Mass: 1.8 Solar masses

 

Diameter: 12.2 km

 

Density: 4.75E+14 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 7067o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 100 AU (From the barycenter. The barycenter's SMa is 34000 Light Years.)

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.2

 

Parent Body: Mena Barycenter (Barycenter's Parent Body is Nee'Kra)

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Pulsar

 

Rotation Period: 0.0058 seconds

 

Description: The Mena system used to be a trinary system, with Mena A being separated into Mena Aa, which would become the pulsar we know today, and it's yellow dwarf companion, Mena Ab. One day, Mena Aa blew up in a gargantuan supernova, which pulverized the forming planets around captured star Mena B and reverted the star back to the beginning of accretion. Eventually, Mena Ab began to die, and become a red giant. Mena Aa, being a pulsar, started stealing the star's material, and it began to spin faster and faster, until it stopped getting faster because the companion had reverted to a planetary state. This newfound "planet" is now known as "Auneme". And to this day, Mena Aa (Now Mena A) continues to spin very fast.

 

Auneme

 

 

Name: Auneme

 

Age: 3.41 Billion years

 

Mass: 0.684 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 5589 km

 

Density: 5.59 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 126o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.4 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.2

 

Parent Body: Mena A

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Rocky Sub-terran

 

Rotation Period: 90.6 days

 

Orbital Period: 90.6 days

 

Description: If you've read the description for Mena A, you'll know that this planet used to be a star. Now THAT'S cool!

 

Mena B

 

 

Name: Mena B

 

Age: 1.87 Billion years

 

Mass: 0.725 Sun masses

 

Diameter: 461211 km

 

Density: 3.52 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 4560o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 100 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.2

 

Parent Body: Mena Barycenter

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: K5V

 

Rotation Period: 16.4 days

 

Description: The reason why Mena B is so much younger than Mena A is because this star was captured by Mena A's gravity, which was increased because Mena A was bigger and had a binary companion which eventually became Auneme.

 

Laavae

 

 

Name: Laavae

 

Age: 1.982 Billion years

 

Mass: 1.48 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 6777 km

 

Density: 6.78 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 1195-1182o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.0310 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.06

 

Parent Body: Mena B

 

Inclination: 88.8o

 

Type: Irony Super-terran

 

Rotation Period: 2.34 days

 

Orbital Period: 2.34 days

 

Description: The first planet in the Mena B system, Laavae is named after it's extreme summer, when it's completely covered in lava. Laavae would have much cooler summers if it didn't have a thick atmosphere similar to Venus.

 

Vernust

 

 

Name: Vernust

 

Age: 1.01 Billion years

 

Mass: 1.31 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 7210 km

 

Density: 4.98 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: 6.79o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.5 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Mena B

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Rocky Super-terran

 

Rotation Period: 1.99 days

 

Orbital Period: 152 days

 

Description: Vernust is a planet inhabited by sum really bad aliens. Like, so bad that they kidnapped most of the population of their neighboring planet Manno and de-terraforming it so the inhabitants, the Mofeku, couldn't have a home. What a bunch of jerks!

 

Nyth

 

 

Name: Nyth

 

Age: 155 Million years

 

Mass: 2.35 Moon masses

 

Diameter: 1707 km

 

Density: 8.03 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: -20.78o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 114574 km

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.52

 

Parent Body: Vernust

 

Inclination: 85.8o

 

Type: Irony Moon

 

Rotation Period: 3.83 days

 

Orbital Period: 3.86 days

 

Description: Nyth is a massive but very small moon orbiting the planet Vernust. The aliens living on Vernust commonly visit Nyth as a tourist attraction for it's interesting surface features and (sort of) low gravity.

 

Manno

 

 

Name: Manno

 

Age: 995 Million years

 

Mass: 2.2 Earth masses

 

Diameter: 7337 km

 

Density: 6.54 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: -199o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 0.736 AU

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.0

 

Parent Body: Mena B

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Rocky Super-Terran

 

Rotation Period: 3.43 days

 

Orbital Period: 271 days

 

Description: Manno used to be habitable, kinda like Vernust except much more lively and diverse and with a much larger ecosystem. That is, until their neighbors at Vernust basically kidnapped most of the Mofeku and then de-terraformed the planet so the remaining couldn't live there anymore. Moral of the story is: Have defenses against aliens until they prove they are friendly.

 

Phobius

 

 

Name: Phobius

 

Age: 58.1 Million years

 

Mass: 0.179 Moon masses

 

Diameter: 885 km

 

Density: 4.39 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: -112-113o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 86509 km

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.07

 

Parent Body: Manno

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Rocky Moon

 

Rotation Period: 2 days

 

Orbital Period: 1.97 days

 

Description: Phobius and Demmis were both formed during a massive collision with a neighboring planet, and it is believed that they will one day collide to form a much larger moon.

 

Demmis

 

 

Name: Demmis

 

Age: 58 Million years

 

Mass: 0.252 Moon masses

 

Diameter: 850 km

 

Density: 7.19 g/cm3

 

Surface Temp.: -116o Celcius

 

Semi-Major Axis: 138961 km

 

Eccentricity of orbit: 0.02

 

Parent Body: Manno

 

Inclination: 67o

 

Type: Irony Moon

 

Rotation Period: 4 days

 

Orbital Period: 4.02 days

 

Description: Demmis and Phobius were both formed during a massive collision with a neighboring planet, and it is believed that they will one day collide to form a much larger moon.

Accepted Civilizations

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The wood eating Talicha (@electricpants)

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Name: Talicha

Diet: Xylophagy (They eat wood)

Description: The Talicha are a very tall avian species that can grow up to 27 ft tall. They stand upright (Like Mordecai from Regular Show (I don't care if that's the nerdiest thing ever, I can still like Regular Show if I want to!).), and their diet mainly consists of wood/bark from trees. Their language consists entirely of different clicking sounds, and are the most intelligent species on their homeworld, possessing Interplanetary travel and (soon) Interstellar travel. The only difficulty is, if they wanted to live on a habitable world, there would need to be trees or some source of wood. If there isn't a nearby source of wood, they can't live there and will have to search again. Also, because of their small planet (0.2 ME), these avian creatures don't have very powerful chests, have stronger bones, and have a very large wingspan (55 ft) due to the thick atmosphere (Similar to Titan's atmosphere in both thickness and height, just without the large amount of haze). This means that on planets similar to Titan and their homeworld, they can fly, but on more Earth massed planets with Earth like atmospheres they can't fly.

Colonized planets: Mungil, Siva (They transport wood from Mungil to Siva so that colonists living on Siva can eat, thus allowing them to survive.)

 

System Designer Sheet (IMPORTANT!)

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(A image is preferred, but it is optional)


Name: (the name of you`re body.)

Age: (How old is your body, cannot exceed around 11 billion years of age.)

Mass: (how much does it weigh to other bodies, eg. 2.6 Earth`s, 0.32 Jupiter`s.)

Radius: (how large is the body?)

Density: (how much matter is compressed into a space of a meter3/cm3? eg. 3.4g/cm3)

Temperature: (How hot/cold is the body?)

Rotation Period: (How long a length of day is on your body.)

Semi major Axis: (how far is the body from its parent body. Stars have this, its the distance from Nee`Kra or a baycenter (if they are in a binary system))

Parent Body: (what celestial body does you`re body orbit?)

Eccentricity: (eccentricity of 1 would describe a perfect parabola. Above 1 is a hyperbola. Between 0 and 1 is an ellipse, 0 is a circle.)


Inclination: (angle of the bodies orbit to its star`s equator, remember: almost all celestial bodies must NOT have a inclination of 0*, but some can.)

Body Type: (Gas giant, Ice giant, ice moon, supermassive black hole etc. basically the classification of you`re body.)

Description: (Literally what it says, the description of said body...)

 



Multiple bodies can be created. However, remember that the more clustered a system is, the more unstable it is...

 

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Electricpants: Moderator

 

 

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I'm sorry, what are you trying to do here?

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1 hour ago, The Raging Sandwich said:

I did something like this once. I'd love to be a part of this!

Awesome! Then go make a system and see if its stable. then submit it and await approval!

1 hour ago, KAL 9000 said:

I'm sorry, what are you trying to do here?

Creating a galaxy from the minds of many. Its also a revival, the original project died out but I decided to revive it again!

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1 hour ago, Galacticvoyager said:

Awesome! Then go make a system and see if its stable. then submit it and await approval!

I have dozens of star systems all-ready made. I even featured some of them in a book I'm writing. I'll have to add one of those!

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I'll have my system ready by maybe about next weekend, because I'm making a local group in Universe Sandbox 1 right now, and it's probably gonna take a while to finish.

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I dabbled in Kopernicus a while ago (as you can see in the shameless piece of self-promotion below), could I make something and submit it for an update or something? Are there even updates? (If you're wondering, the planet and moon are Lucht and Viox (Vee-oh) - anomalies in physics that allow gasses to exist in giant bubbles despite having almost no gravity (Lucht has no gravity (for all intents and purposes) and Viox has a little for landing purposes). I can do better.

The Zephyr I is capable of flying on Kerbin, so you know

 

 

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44 minutes ago, The Raging Sandwich said:

I have dozens of star systems all-ready made. I even featured some of them in a book I'm writing. I'll have to add one of those!

Ok! If you like to post theme here, then do it!

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Okay, here are some of my favorites:

CO 123572

~3.7 billion years old

Mass: 0.23 Suns

Radius: 48,800 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 4300 K

Rotation Peroid: 34 hours

Semi major axis: 16,000 light years

Parent body: Nee 'Kra

Eccentricity: 0.21

Inclination: 3 degrees

Body type: Red Dwarf Star

Description: Slightly larger than the rest, this red dwarf star is home to two planets, one which has a great possibility of life.

 

CO 123572b

~56.83 million years old

Mass: 0.43 Earths

Radius: 1650 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 82 F

Rotation Period: 8 hours

Semi major axis: 10 million miles

Parent body: CO 123572

Eccentricity: 0.09

Inclination: 1 degree

Body type: rocky

Description: A small planet that orbits not too far from its star. Its composition is made mostly of Cerium, an element found on Earth. It has no moons and no atmosphere.

 

CO 123572c

Age: ~1.4 billion years old

Mass: .299 Earth masses

Radius: 1250 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 43 F

Rotation Period: 64 hours

Semi major axis: 14 million miles

Eccentricity: 0.08

Inclination: 0 degrees

Body type: rocky

Description: A small blue planet made almost completely of thallium, also a element on Earth. It has three tiny moons, the biggest of which is 450 miles in diameter. It has 20% more gravity than Earth. It's smallest moon is made completely of ice and is very reflective. Its low but eccentric orbit is place perfectly enough to come down so low to the atmosphere every 4 days at sunset, reflecting the star's light, making the day nearly an hour longer. 

Here is a picture of 123572c:

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Edited by The Raging Sandwich

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15 hours ago, The Raging Sandwich said:

Okay, here are some of my favorites:

CO 123572

~8,000 years old

Mass: 0.23 Suns

Radius: 48,800 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 4300 K

Rotation Peroid: 34 hours

Semi major axis: 4,000 light years

Parent body: Nee 'Kra

Eccentricity: 0.21

Inclination: 3 degrees

Body type: Red Dwarf Star

Description: Slightly larger than the rest, this red dwarf star is home to two planets, one which has a great possibility of life.

 

CO 123572b

~7,500 years old

Mass: 0.43 Earths

Radius: 1650 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 82 F

Rotation Period: 8 hours

Semi major axis: 10 million miles

Parent body: CO 123572

Eccentricity: 0.09

Inclination: 1 degree

Body type: rocky

Description: A small planet that orbits not too far from its star. Its composition is made mostly of Cerium, an element found on Earth. It has no moons and no atmosphere.

 

CO 123572c

Age: ~7,600 years old

Mass: .299 Earth masses

Radius: 1250 miles

Density: Unknown

Temperature: 43 F

Rotation Period: 64 hours

Semi major axis: 14 million miles

Eccentricity: 0.08

Inclination: 0 degrees

Body type: rocky

Description: A small blue planet made almost completely of thallium, also a element on Earth. It has three tiny moons, the biggest of which is 450 miles in diameter. It has 20% more gravity than Earth. It's smallest moon is made completely of ice and is very reflective. Its low but eccentric orbit is place perfectly enough to come down so low to the atmosphere every 4 days at sunset, reflecting the star's light, making the day nearly an hour longer. 

Here is a picture of 123572c:

XnwH0ph.jpg

 

Solar systems can't be 8,000 years old! That's way, way, way too young for any planets, even the host star, to form!

Also, 4,000 light-years is way too close to the central black hole for planets to form.

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1 hour ago, electricpants said:

Solar systems can't be 8,000 years old! That's way, way, way too young for any planets, even the host star, to form!

Also, 4,000 light-years is way too close to the central black hole for planets to form.

I was thinking perhaps the planets could of been captured, if thats what the submitter though when creating them.

4000 light years is a bit close, but in special conditions., If the neighborhood is clear of massive stars, then there is a chance this system can survive.

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8 minutes ago, Galacticvoyager said:

I was thinking perhaps the planets could of been captured, if thats what the submitter though when creating them.

4000 light years is a bit close, but in special conditions., If the neighborhood is clear of massive stars, then there is a chance this system can survive.

Still, 8,000 years is too young to form a star. That "star" of his would likely still have the mass of the Moon or Ceres, possibly Mars or Earth.

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Just now, electricpants said:

Still, 8,000 years is too young to form a star, that "star" of his would likely still have the mass of the Moon or Ceres, possibly Mars or Earth.

Ahhh I see. This system is too implausible @The Raging Sandwich, make the star bigger. And the system much more older (suggesting around 4 billion years.)

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Just now, Galacticvoyager said:

Ahhh I see. This system is too implausible @The Raging Sandwich, make the star bigger. And the system much more older (suggesting around 4 billion years.)

He doesn't have to make the star larger or more massive, I'm just saying that the star is way too young to even be a star.

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The star is 48000 miles in radius, which is smaller than Jupiter. Yes, the age is too young for a star to form properly. So It should be extended.

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1 minute ago, Galacticvoyager said:

48000 miles in radius, which is smaller than Jupiter

Sorry, I didn't know that.

I'm used to having Jupiter's radius calculated in km, because both Universe Sandbox games and KSP do it.

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Image result for brown dwarf HJ-K099 as seen from orbit.

Name: HJ-K099

Age: 4.11 billion years (will die in about 1.135 trillion years)

Mass: 61.3 Jupiter masses

Radius: 70143.5 km

Density: 80.5 g/cm3)

Temperature: 2413o C

Rotation Period: 19.6 hours

Semi-major Axis: 23,899 light-years from Nee'Kra

Parent Body: Nee'Kra

Eccentricity: 0.005

Inclination: 0.122

Body Type: L7-type Brown Dwarf

Description: HJ-K099 is a relatively high-mass brown dwarf with 5 planets, and is about the age of our sun. What's even more interesting is that this brown dwarf hosts a planet which is habitable, so life could potentially form or has formed already!

Image result for desert planetHJ-K099 e as seen from orbit. Credit to Home-boy sparten for original image.

Name: HJ-K099 e

Age: 4.00 billion years

Mass: 0.13 Earth masses

Radius: 7233 km

Density: 3.92 g/cm3)

Temperature: 87.9o C

Rotation Period: 1.3 days

Orbital Period: 1.3 days

Semi-major Axis: 1.35 M km from HJ-K099

Parent Body: HJ-099

Eccentricity: 0.0012

Inclination: 0.0923

Body Type: Desert planet

Description: HJ-K099 e isn't called "HJ-K099 b" because it was the final planet discovered, due to it having a low mass and all.

Image result for habitable planet

HJ-K099 d as seen from orbit.

Name: HJ-K099 d

Age: 4.06 billion years

Mass: 0.5 Earth masses

Radius: 10113 km

Density: 5.51 g/cm3)

Temperature: 17.4o C

Rotation Period: 2.6 days

Orbital Period: 2.6 days

Semi-major Axis: 2.15 M km from HJ-K099

Parent Body: HJ-099

Eccentricity: 0.001

Inclination: 0.0107

Body Type: Earth-like planet

Description: HJ-K099 d is that so-called "habitable planet" mentioned in HJ-K099's description, and it really is habitable! But more importantly, you can see green near the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer on this planet, meaning it has life inhabiting it!

Image result for ice planetHJ-K099 c as seen from orbit.

Name: HJ-K099 c

Age: 4.07 billion years

Mass: 1.01 Earth masses

Radius: 14948 km

Density: 3.45 g/cm3)

Temperature: -23o C

Rotation Period: 5.2 days

Orbital Period: 5.2 days

Semi-major Axis: 3.41 M km from HJ-K099

Parent Body: HJ-099

Eccentricity: 0.01

Inclination: 0.44

Body Type: Frozen-rocky planet

Description: HJ-K099 c was the second planet discovered around HJ-K099, and boy is it cold! Just kidding, it's not even as cold as Mars! But still, it's pretty cold, I mean, it's definitely colder than being cold enough to have a snow-day. But if you want the definition of cold, how about you take a look at HJ-K099 b!

Image result for ice planetHJ-K099 b as seen from orbit. If you look closely, you'll see faint rings around this barren ice planet.

Name: HJ-K099 b

Age: 4.077 billion years

Mass: 1.15 Earth masses

Radius: 16896 km

Density: 2.72 g/cm3)

Temperature: -71o C

Rotation Period: 10.4 days

Orbital Period: 10.4 days

Semi-major Axis: 5.41 M km from HJ-K099

Parent Body: HJ-099

Eccentricity: 0.023

Inclination: 4.78

Body Type: Ice planet w/ rings

Description: HJ-K099 b was the first planet to be discovered wandering about HJ-K099, and it's extremely cold here! Unlike HJ-K099 c, I'm not joking around. This place is actually very cold and very inhospitable to humans and other species alike. But this planet does have something going for it, because it has some very faint, thin rings. But the thing is, this body is the only other thing besides HJ-K099 that has any form of rings around it. Cool!

 

This is my newest solar system, but I don't yet have a google account (yet) so I used artwork that looked as close to the planets and brown dwarf in-game as possible. - electricpants

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I came up with a very bizarre system for the Hagito Galaxy....

66 Alggiona

  • Name = 66 Alggiona (Duh)
  • Age = 1.6 billion years
  • Radius = 1.63x Jupiter (72,567.6 miles/116,308.9 km)
  • Mass = 66.0x Jupiter (0.06304 Solar Masses/1.25358192e+29 kg)
  • Density = 19.02 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 24.841g
  • Temperature = 270 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 2.43 days
  • Orbital Period = Pretty dang long
  • Semi-major Axis = 15,677 light-years from the Galactic Core
  • Parent Body = Galactic Core
  • Eccentricity = 0.067
  • Inclination = 0.4*
  • Body Type = "Frozen Star"
  • Description = 66 Alggiona is a hyper-rare kind of star called a Frozen Star. These are tiny stars, usually in the brown dwarf mass range, that formed from metal-rich nebulae. Because of its 75% metal composition, 66 Alggiona glows with only 0.0000023 times the luminosity of our Sun with a temperature colder than that of your average person. The surface is a crushing, super-pressurized landscape of molten rock and oozing metals. Surrounding the star is a thick corona of gases heated to 670 Kelvin and two ring systems (made of material ejected from 66 Alggiona during its complicated formation process).

WORK-IN-PROGRESS

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2 minutes ago, ProtoJeb21 said:

The surface is a crushing, super-pressurized landscape of molten rock and oozing metals. Surrounding the star is a thick corona of gases heated to 670 Kelvin and two ring systems (made of material ejected from 66 Alggiona during its complicated formation process).

Sounds like a great vacation spot.

Anyways, I love the idea of it. Could you get any sort of pictures for/of the star?

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38 minutes ago, electricpants said:

Sounds like a great vacation spot.

Anyways, I love the idea of it. Could you get any sort of pictures for/of the star?

I'm using Space Engine for the planets...but I have no idea how to do the star. Let's see if SE physics can handle such an abomination...

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Image result for f-type star

P-JI7 as seen from orbit.

Name: P-JI7

Age: 307.7 million years

Mass: 1.7 Solar masses

Radius: 1.97 M km

Density: 0.84 g/cm3

Temperature: 6985o C

Rotation Period: 67.2 days

Orbital Period: 10.4 days

Semi-major Axis: 23,566 light-years

Parent Body: Nee'Kra

Eccentricity: 0.078

Inclination: 22.45

Body Type: F0-type star

Description: P-JI7 is an F0-type star with one blue, sometimes cold, sometimes hot, super jupiter. The thing is, this jupiter has an extreme eccentricity of 0.97! Unbelievable!

Image result for gas giantCleopatra as seen from orbit.

Name: Cleopatra

Age: 295.1 million years

Mass: 5.27 Jupiter masses

Radius: 1.1 Jupiter radii

Density: 6.94 g/cm3

Temperature: -168oC - 650oC

Rotation Period: 10.7 hours

Orbital Period: 15.3 years

Semi-major Axis: 6.92 au - 0.2 au

Parent Body: P-JI7

Eccentricity: 0.97

Inclination: 0.0032

Body Type: Eccentric Super Jupiter

Description: Cleopatra is the super jupiter of extremes! Each Cleopatran year, this planet goes on a long, dangerous path through hot and through cold, with only itself to keep it company!

The same reason for using pics from my last solar system. The difference between this and the last solar system I made is that this one is a whole lot less complex then the other one. - electricpants

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Finally, here's the FULL 66 Alggiona System! Compete with pictures from Space Engine!

66 Alggiona System

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  • Name = 66 Alggiona (Duh)
  • Age = 1.6 billion years
  • Radius = 0.95x Jupiter (42,294 miles/67,787.44 km)
  • Mass = 66.0x Jupiter (0.06304 Solar Masses/1.25358192e+29 kg)
  • Density = 96.0756 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 185.391g
  • Temperature = 310 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 2.43 days
  • Orbital Period = Pretty dang long
  • Semi-major Axis = 15,677 light-years from the Galactic Core
  • Parent Body = Galactic Core
  • Eccentricity = 0.067
  • Inclination = 0.4*
  • Body Type = "Frozen Star"
  • Description = 66 Alggiona is a hyper-rare kind of star called a Frozen Star. These are tiny stars, usually in the brown dwarf mass range, that formed from metal-rich nebulae. Because of its 75% metal composition, 66 Alggiona glows with only 0.0000023 times the luminosity of our Sun with a temperature colder than that of your average person. The surface is a crushing, super-pressurized landscape of molten rock and oozing metals. Surrounding the star is a thick corona of gases heated to 670 Kelvin and two ring systems (made of material ejected from 66 Alggiona during its complicated formation process).

 

Narmentum (66-Alggiona b)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 1.086x Earth (4,316.85 miles/7,570.5 km)
  • Mass = 0.54x Earth (3.22488e+24 kg)
  • Density = 2.325 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 0.46g
  • Temperature = 463 kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 1.45 hours
  • Orbital Period = 1.45 hours
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.0012 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.135
  • Inclination = 0.6*
  • Hills Sphere = 3,676.06 km
  • Body Type = Gas Dwarf
  • Description = Narmentum is a tiny gas dwarf that's only 8.6% larger than Earth. It used to be a small rocky planet, which later accumulated a thick H/He atmosphere from material coming from 66-Alggiona. Narmentum is so close to its star that one day is an hour and a half long. That, and Narmentum is the only planet in the system hotter than the parent star. This is mostly due to tidal forces and greenhouse effects.

 

Gerbi (66-Alggiona c)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 0.665x Earth (2,643.375 miles/4,635.7 km)
  • Mass = 0.48x Earth (2.86656e+24 kg)
  • Density = 9.00 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 1.08542g
  • Temperature = 291.6 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 17.9001 hours (0.746 Earth days)
  • Orbital Period = 5.9667 hours
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.003081 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.35
  • Inclination = 2.6*
  • Hills Sphere = 9,074.91 km
  • Body Type = Temperate Sub-Terran
  • Description = Gerbi is the smallest planet of the system and orbits outside the tight habitable zone. However, while this would make Gerbi cold and barren, it is warmed by geothermal energy caused by a large core of rare metals and tidal friction. Gerbi has several large seas in a rocky landscape colored dark blue. Strange minerals - the likes of which don't exist on Earth - along with black bacteria give the surface its odd coloring. Life on Gerbi is limited to single-celled bacteria that are black to absorb as much heat as possible. They mostly feed on chemicals found near Gerbi's hot springs, volcanoes, and steam vents. Life is limited by the age of the system, the constantly swinging temperatures, and the thick, stormy atmosphere.

 

Volatt (66-Alggiona d)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 1.36x Earth (5,406 miles/9,480.56 km)
  • Mass = 1.5x Earth (8.958e+24 kg)
  • Density = 3.2881 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 0.811g
  • Temperature = 111.0 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 1.85 days (44.4 hours)
  • Orbital Period = 1.22916 days (29.5 hours)
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.0089416 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.2456
  • Inclination = -13.666*
  • Body Type = Ice World
  • Hills Sphere = 38,504.8755 km
  • Description = Ringed Volatt is the largest planet in the 66-Alggiona system. It is a cold and icy planet, almost unchanged from its formation. The planet's core is mostly frozen, and not much geothermal heat reaches the surface. Impacts have blown large amounts of material into space to create Volatt's large ring system. 2 small moons have formed in those rings, but they will be destroyed and eventually reform within the next 100,000 years. This cycle of moon destruction and creation may continue for millions of years, while the surface of Volatt remains a colorful, icy wasteland. However, future tidal interactions could cause the rings to collapse down to the planet.

 

EDIT: The album I posted these images in has become my first Imgur.com post to exceed 50 points!

EDIT 2: I had to shrink 66 Alggiona to 0.95 Jupiter radii, or else poor little Narmentum will be inside the stellar surface!

Edited by ProtoJeb21
Revisions to 66 Alggiona's radius, density, and gravity

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10 hours ago, ProtoJeb21 said:

Finally, here's the FULL 66 Alggiona System! Compete with pictures from Space Engine!

66 Alggiona System

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  • Name = 66 Alggiona (Duh)
  • Age = 1.6 billion years
  • Radius = 1.25x Jupiter (55,650 miles/89,194 km)
  • Mass = 66.0x Jupiter (0.06304 Solar Masses/1.25358192e+29 kg)
  • Density = 42.175 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 107.082g
  • Temperature = 310 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 2.43 days
  • Orbital Period = Pretty dang long
  • Semi-major Axis = 15,677 light-years from the Galactic Core
  • Parent Body = Galactic Core
  • Eccentricity = 0.067
  • Inclination = 0.4*
  • Body Type = "Frozen Star"
  • Description = 66 Alggiona is a hyper-rare kind of star called a Frozen Star. These are tiny stars, usually in the brown dwarf mass range, that formed from metal-rich nebulae. Because of its 75% metal composition, 66 Alggiona glows with only 0.0000023 times the luminosity of our Sun with a temperature colder than that of your average person. The surface is a crushing, super-pressurized landscape of molten rock and oozing metals. Surrounding the star is a thick corona of gases heated to 670 Kelvin and two ring systems (made of material ejected from 66 Alggiona during its complicated formation process).

 

Narmentum (66-Alggiona b)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 1.086x Earth (4,316.85 miles/7,570.5 km)
  • Mass = 0.54x Earth (3.22488e+24 kg)
  • Density = 2.325 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 0.46g
  • Temperature = 463 kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 1.45 hours
  • Orbital Period = 1.45 hours
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.0012 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.135
  • Inclination = 0.6*
  • Hills Sphere = 3,676.06 km
  • Body Type = Gas Dwarf
  • Description = Narmentum is a tiny gas dwarf that's only 8.6% larger than Earth. It used to be a small rocky planet, which later accumulated a thick H/He atmosphere from material coming from 66-Alggiona. Narmentum is so close to its star that one day is an hour and a half long. That, and Narmentum is the only planet in the system hotter than the parent star. This is mostly due to tidal forces and greenhouse effects.

 

Gerbi (66-Alggiona c)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 0.665x Earth (2,643.375 miles/4,635.7 km)
  • Mass = 0.48x Earth (2.86656e+24 kg)
  • Density = 9.00 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 1.08542g
  • Temperature = 291.6 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 17.9001 hours (0.746 Earth days)
  • Orbital Period = 5.9667 hours
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.003081 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.35
  • Inclination = 2.6*
  • Hills Sphere = 9,074.91 km
  • Body Type = Temperate Sub-Terran
  • Description = Gerbi is the smallest planet of the system and orbits outside the tight habitable zone. However, while this would make Gerbi cold and barren, it is warmed by geothermal energy caused by a large core of rare metals and tidal friction. Gerbi has several large seas in a rocky landscape colored dark blue. Strange minerals - the likes of which don't exist on Earth - along with black bacteria give the surface its odd coloring. Life on Gerbi is limited to single-celled bacteria that are black to absorb as much heat as possible. They mostly feed on chemicals found near Gerbi's hot springs, volcanoes, and steam vents. Life is limited by the age of the system, the constantly swinging temperatures, and the thick, stormy atmosphere.

 

Volatt (66-Alggiona d)

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  • Age = 1.595 billion years
  • Radius = 1.36x Earth (5,406 miles/9,480.56 km)
  • Mass = 1.5x Earth (8.958e+24 kg)
  • Density = 3.2881 g/cm3
  • Gravity = 0.811g
  • Temperature = 111.0 Kelvin
  • Rotation Period = 1.85 days (44.4 hours)
  • Orbital Period = 1.22916 days (29.5 hours)
  • Semi-Major Axis = 0.0089416 AU
  • Parent Body = 66-Alggiona
  • Eccentricity = 0.2456
  • Inclination = -13.666*
  • Body Type = Ice World
  • Hills Sphere = 38,504.8755 km
  • Description = Ringed Volatt is the largest planet in the 66-Alggiona system. It is a cold and icy planet, almost unchanged from its formation. The planet's core is mostly frozen, and not much geothermal heat reaches the surface. Impacts have blown large amounts of material into space to create Volatt's large ring system. 2 small moons have formed in those rings, but they will be destroyed and eventually reform within the next 100,000 years. This cycle of moon destruction and creation may continue for millions of years, while the surface of Volatt remains a colorful, icy wasteland. However, future tidal interactions could cause the rings to collapse down to the planet.

 

EDIT: The album I posted these images in has become my first Imgur.com post to exceed 50 points!

The star and it's planets look beautiful! I hope that @Galacticvoyager will take a look and accept the system! :wink:

Also, where'd you get the idea for this star?

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1 hour ago, electricpants said:

The star and it's planets look beautiful! I hope that @Galacticvoyager will take a look and accept the system! :wink:

Also, where'd you get the idea for this star?

I was browsing the web, looking for a weird type of star that I could use for a system in the Hagito Galaxy. Then I found this article:

http://listverse.com/2015/10/26/10-strange-theoretical-stars/

But beware - 66 Alggiona isn't the strangest stellar entity I can come up with. Also, my album of that system on Imgur has 584 points, 12,436 views, and 34 comments! I can't believe so many people like that stuff!

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