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MDC287: red supergiant star with 1 planets


Solar system 'MDC287' comprises the star 'MDC287' and the retinue of celestial objects gravitationally bound to it: 1 planets and their 167 moons, as well as asteroids, meteoroids, planetoids, comets, and interplanetary dust.

The principal component of this star system is the star 'MDC287', a red supergiant class star that contains about 99.99% of the system's known mass and dominates it gravitationally. MDC287 is located more than 2819 lightyears from the center of the galaxy.

This solar system comprises 1 planets

MDC287.1 is a large gas giant (70314 km radius) which orbits its star in 39897 Earth days, one day on MDC287.1 lasts 1 Earth hours. Its average temperature is 1400 K (1127 C), its atmosphere mainly consists of hydrogen, helium and it has 167 moons.
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Planetary Statistics

distance from star:1586*106 km
radius:70314 km
mass:2781092*1021 kg
surface gravity: 37.5 m/s2
3.83 Earths
escape velocity:72.66 km/s
year: 957528 MDC287.1 days
39897 Earth days
day:1 hrs
axial tilt:
temperature:1400 K
1127 C
atmosphere:78% H2
22% He
0% other

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