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MBG482: red giant star with 1 planets

 
MBG482.1
 

Solar system 'MBG482' is a dual star system that comprises the stars 'MBG482.A' and 'MBG482.B' and the retinue of celestial objects gravitationally bound to them: 1 planets and their 179 moons, as well as asteroids, meteoroids, planetoids, comets, and interplanetary dust.

The principal components of this star system are the stars 'MBG482.A' and 'MBG482.B' that dominate it gravitationally. 'MBG482.A' is a red giant class star that contains about 81% of the system's known mass, 'MBG482.B' is a red giant class star that contains about 18% of the system's known mass.

System 'MBG482' is located more than 2280 lightyears from the center of the galaxy.

This solar system comprises 1 planets

MBG482.1 is a large gas giant (74853 km radius) which orbits its star in 142719 Earth days, one day on MBG482.1 lasts 1 Earth hours. Its average temperature is 1792 K (1519 C), its atmosphere mainly consists of hydrogen, helium and it has 179 moons.
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Planetary Statistics

planet:MBG482.1
distance from star:3711*106 km
radius:74853 km
mass:3355193*1021 kg
surface gravity: 39.9 m/s2
4.07 Earths
escape velocity:77.35 km/s
year: 3425256 MBG482.1 days
142719 Earth days
day:1 hrs
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temperature:1792 K
1519 C
atmosphere:82% H2
18% He
0% other
moons:179
rings:16

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