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Planet in system Hexbah (WFH585)

Hexbah

yellow dwarf star

The Kazarii visit this system but have decided not to colonize it. They've opted to leave it to the native sentient species the tinHarleen to inherit. The Kazarii do have research facilities here to observe the tinHarleen unobtrusively.

Hexbah.11, the ninth planet in this system, features Jovian life forms that have developed an advanced civilization capable of exploring their own solar system as well as distant star systems. - Its average temperature is 21 K (-252 C) and its atmosphere contains 86% of hydrogen & 14% Helium. One year on Hexbah.11 lasts 175 earth years, one day lasts 20 earth hours. Its radius is 552574.


Hexbah.1

Hexbah.1 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 16683*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 5094 km, its' mass is 440. One year on Hexbah.1 lasts 43 earth days, one day on Hexbah.1 lasts 37 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1311, and it has 1 moons.

Hexbah.2

Hexbah.2 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 50399*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 6258 km, its' mass is 2521. One year on Hexbah.2 lasts 225 earth days, one day on Hexbah.2 lasts 25 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1155, and it has 3 moons.

Hexbah.3

Hexbah.3 is a large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 75598*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 8687 km, its' mass is 6751. One year on Hexbah.3 lasts 414 earth days, one day on Hexbah.3 lasts 22 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 1026, and it has 4 moons.

Hexbah.4

Hexbah.4 is a very large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 113397*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 9276 km, its' mass is 6385. One year on Hexbah.4 lasts 762 earth days, one day on Hexbah.4 lasts 22 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 352, and it has 2 moons.

Hexbah.5

Hexbah.5 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 191004*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 6323 km, its' mass is 4440. One year on Hexbah.5 lasts 1666 earth days, one day on Hexbah.5 lasts 23 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 294, and it has 2 moons.

Hexbah.5, the fifth planet in this system, features organic life forms with an average intelligence that have developed a civilisation living mostly in villages. Its average temperature is 294K (21C) and it's atmosphere contains 21% of oxygen. One year on Hexbah.5 lasts 1666 days, one day lasts 23 hours. It's diameter is 12646 km, 0.9 times the diameter of the Earth.

The tinHarleen are an agrarian species living in villages and small towns. The concepts of property and ownership are foreign to them.

They view themselves as members of an extended yet close knit family. Council is sought from the elderly and experienced. Conflict rarely results in loss of life.

Written laws, codes of behavior etc. would be an affront to them. Each person knows right from wrong without the need of constant reminding or designated law keepers forcing everyone to behave in a certain prescribed manor.

Physiologically they resemble a cross between a large hairy spider and a lobster. They stand approximately 1.5 meters high. Six of their eight legs are .75 meters long, the other two legs end in long, sharp claws which are used for digging, cutting and hunting.

Hexbah.6

Hexbah.6 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 286506*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 5914 km, its' mass is 1654. One year on Hexbah.6 lasts 8 earth years, one day on Hexbah.6 lasts 27 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 288, and it has 3 moons.

Hexbah.6, the sixth planet in this system, features organic life forms with quite low intelligence. Its average temperature is 288K (15C) and it's atmosphere contains 20% of oxygen. One year on Hexbah.6 lasts 3061 days, one day lasts 27 hours. It's diameter is 11828 km, 0.9 times the diameter of the Earth.

Hexbah.7

Hexbah.7 is a large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 429759*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 8457 km, its' mass is 4838. One year on Hexbah.7 lasts 15 earth years, one day on Hexbah.7 lasts 23 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 220, and it has 7 moons.

Hexbah.8

Hexbah.8 is a very large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 644638*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 11355 km, its' mass is 11712. One year on Hexbah.8 lasts 28 earth years, one day on Hexbah.8 lasts 21 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 111, and it has 21 moons.

Hexbah.9

Hexbah.9 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 966957*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 6716 km, its' mass is 2369. One year on Hexbah.9 lasts 51 earth years, one day on Hexbah.9 lasts 25 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 28, and it has 19 moons.

Hexbah.10

Hexbah.10 is a small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 1450435*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 4156 km, its' mass is 223. One year on Hexbah.10 lasts 95 earth years, one day on Hexbah.10 lasts 47 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 13, and it has 2 moons.

Hexbah.11

Hexbah.11 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 2175652*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 55257 km, its' mass is 1310775. One year on Hexbah.11 lasts 175 earth years, one day on Hexbah.11 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 21, and it has 90 moons.

Floaters have colonized this world.

Hexbah.12

Hexbah.12 is a medium terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 3263478*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 6687 km, its' mass is 2392. One year on Hexbah.12 lasts 322 earth years, one day on Hexbah.12 lasts 25 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 44 moons.

Hexbah.13

Hexbah.13 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 4895217*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 71941 km, its' mass is 3166032. One year on Hexbah.13 lasts 592 earth years, one day on Hexbah.13 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 115 moons.

Hexbah.14

Hexbah.14 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 7342825*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 50264 km, its' mass is 520844. One year on Hexbah.14 lasts 1088 earth years, one day on Hexbah.14 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 87 moons.

Hexbah.15

Hexbah.15 is a large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 11014237*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 7619 km, its' mass is 3538. One year on Hexbah.15 lasts 1998 earth years, one day on Hexbah.15 lasts 24 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 81 moons.

Hexbah.16

Hexbah.16 is a massive terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 16521355*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 17143 km, its' mass is 40304. One year on Hexbah.16 lasts 3672 earth years, one day on Hexbah.16 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 110 moons.

Hexbah.17

Hexbah.17 is a very large terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 24782032*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 11383 km, its' mass is 11799. One year on Hexbah.17 lasts 6746 earth years, one day on Hexbah.17 lasts 21 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 36 moons.

Hexbah.18

Hexbah.18 is a medium gas giant, on an orbit about 37173048*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 33267 km, its' mass is 1677269. One year on Hexbah.18 lasts 12394 earth years, one day on Hexbah.18 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 87 moons.

Hexbah.19

Hexbah.19 is a large gas giant, on an orbit about 55759572*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 41455 km, its' mass is 569928. One year on Hexbah.19 lasts 22769 earth years, one day on Hexbah.19 lasts 20 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 28 moons.

Hexbah.20

Hexbah.20 is a small terrestrial planet, on an orbit about 66911486*106 km from its star. Its' radius is 4687 km, its' mass is 823. One year on Hexbah.20 lasts 29931 earth years, one day on Hexbah.20 lasts 31 earth hours. Its' average surface temperature is 0, and it has 1 moons.

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