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LFE289.1LFE289.1 is a very large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 49291*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 10516 km, its' mass is 9303. One year on LFE289.1 lasts 218 earth days, one day on LFE289.1 lasts 14 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 491, and it has 8 moons. 

LFE289.2LFE289.2 is a very small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 73936*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 2625 km, its' mass is 144. One year on LFE289.2 lasts 401 earth days, one day on LFE289.2 lasts 48 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 436, and it has 0 moons. 

DebeleDebele is a small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 110904*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 4542 km, its' mass is 749. One year on Debele lasts 737 earth days, one day on Debele lasts 24 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 291, and it has 6 moons.Debele, the third planet in this system, may feature life forms. Its average temperature is 291K (18C) and it's atmosphere contains 34% of oxygen. One year on Debele lasts 737 days, one day lasts 24 hours. It's diameter is 9084 km, 0.7 times the diameter of the Earth. The Conservatory of Music on Debele is held to be without rival. For any composer the chance to study at this centre, is a once in a life time chance to produce work to rival the output of any era and any place. The mere listing of random scattering of works composed here, such as Vincent Outclass's Dirge for the Pterpopod,, Betty Kilter's Three thousandth Symphony, The Untended Garden or even such populist light operettas as Skullduggery at the Slagheap hints at the sheer number of masterworks made possible by The Conservatory. Strange then that the natives of Debele should have not capability for verbal communication. Indeed they make no use of sound in expression or communication. It could be that this explains the enormous "quiet" that one feels on entering Debele. The native life forms and fauna occasionally produce sound, but on a seemingly involuntary basis. On some days the only audiology apparent on Debele is the sound of electrotuba practice battling against the sound of wind and perhaps a visiting Findhornian Orchestral reworking of a traditional Uplifted marching tune. 

LFE289.4LFE289.4 is a large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 166691*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 7196 km, its' mass is 2981. One year on LFE289.4 lasts 1358 earth days, one day on LFE289.4 lasts 16 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 171, and it has 21 moons. 

LFE289.5LFE289.5 is a very small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 250036*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 2783 km, its' mass is 172. One year on LFE289.5 lasts 2495 earth days, one day on LFE289.5 lasts 44 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 95, and it has 1 moons. 

LFE289.6LFE289.6 is a small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 375054*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 3753 km, its' mass is 422. One year on LFE289.6 lasts 12 earth years, one day on LFE289.6 lasts 29 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 50, and it has 5 moons. 

LFE289.7LFE289.7 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 2417034*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 74013 km, its' mass is 3243500. One year on LFE289.7 lasts 205 earth years, one day on LFE289.7 lasts 12 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1245, and it has 85 moons. 

LFE289.8LFE289.8 is a medium gas giant, on an orbit about 3625551*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 35364 km, its' mass is 353813. One year on LFE289.8 lasts 377 earth years, one day on LFE289.8 lasts 12 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1184, and it has 92 moons. 

LFE289.9LFE289.9 is a small gas giant, on an orbit about 5438326*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 19747 km, its' mass is 61601. One year on LFE289.9 lasts 693 earth years, one day on LFE289.9 lasts 12 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1883, and it has 97 moons. 

LFE289.10LFE289.10 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 9335459*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 78097 km, its' mass is 3810597. One year on LFE289.10 lasts 1559 earth years, one day on LFE289.10 lasts 12 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1983, and it has 85 moons. 

LFE289.11LFE289.11 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 14003188*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 6590 km, its' mass is 2289. One year on LFE289.11 lasts 2865 earth years, one day on LFE289.11 lasts 17 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1485, and it has 178 moons. 

LFE289.12LFE289.12 is a medium gas giant, on an orbit about 21004782*10^{6} km from its star. Its' radius is 25399 km, its' mass is 131081. One year on LFE289.12 lasts 5264 earth years, one day on LFE289.12 lasts 12 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1486, and it has 132 moons. 
