Gorgia-F is a planet orbiting a White Main Sequence Star in a Spiral Barred Galaxy. Edit
General Info Edit
Gorgia-F is a Cool Ice World and the 7th planet in the Gorgia system. It orbits a White Main Sequence Star at a distance of approximately. 10 AU. It has an atmospheric pressure of 0.67 atmospheres, and a surface temperature of -98°F (-36°C). It has gravity of around 1.3 G's, a day lasts 24 hours and 36 minutes, and a rotational period lasting 21.56 Earth years. It has a system of 19 moons, but only four of notable size.
The surface of Gorgia-F is completely frozen, with no liquid anywhere (as of update 0.980). It is mostly flat with cracks in the ice scurrying along the flat plains. Occasionally there are groups of mountains or hills to be seen, but they are enigmas compared to the rest of the surface.
Gorgia-F has 19 moons orbiting it. 15 are just asteroids or comets locked into orbit, but four are of notable size.
Gorgia-F1 is a hot desert, and the first moon orbiting Gorgia-F. It has an average temperature of 432°F
(222.3°C), an atmospheric pressure of 0.371 atmospheres, and an orbital period equaling its day (24 hours, 36 minutes). It is almost completely flat, with few sand dunes even seen.
Gorgia-F2 is a Cold ice World orbiting Gorgia-F, and the second moon overall. It has an average temperature
of -195.6°F (-126.4°C), No atmosphere, if it ever had one it was blown away by solar winds. It, like F1, has an orbit equaling its day, at 9.8 Earth days. Its surface is pockmarked with craters, and is mostly flat otherwise.
Gorgia-F3 is the second Cold ice World orbiting Gorgia-F, and the third moon overall. It has an average
temperature of -196.3°F (-126.8°C). Like its predecessor it has no atmosphere. Its solar day is similar to its orbital period, with its day being 20.631 Earth days, and its orbital period being 20.57 Earth days. It too is pockmarked with craters, and aside from that is mostly flat.
Gorgia-F4 is another Cold ice world, and the fourth notable moon of Gorgia-F. It has an average temperature
of -196.62°F (-127°C). Its solar day is slightly longer than its orbital period, with its day being 43.3 Earth days, and its orbital period being 43 Earth days. Its covered in craters, and has a few hills, but is flat otherwise.