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Planet Amesos in system Darwin Arae (TAE557)

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  Chrasnar   Harsnos   Meronn  


The innermost planet of the Darwin Arae system, Amesos is an extremely hot planet with a very thick atmosphere which causes an immense greenhouse effect. Amesos is a dead world that is no longer geologically active. The surface of Amesos is so hot that it is nearly molten with few to no rocks, therefore the terrain consists mainly of flat molten lava plains. Amesos is tidally locked to it's parent star because of its short 7 day orbit (18 Earth days). Strong consistent winds and the thick atmosphere consisting mainly of Carbon Dioxide and trace gases, ensure that the surface temperature is constant throughout the entire planet.

Although Amesos has no moons the Koralian people have set up one artificial sattelite in orbit of Amesos, it is an unmanned data collecting probe that measures solar activity.

The planet consists of a small iron core surrounded by a mantle of silicate rock. Small amounts of minerals such as Wurenite and Vaxan crystals are currently being excavated from sites near extinct volcanoes, by unmanned robotic mining operations on the surface of Amesos.

Due to the extreme conditions on the surface of Amesos, the planet is uninhabited.


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This solar system belongs to user 'gavino29'.


gehenna - may 31, 2015:
Nice, that chronology is awesome. Kudos.
thebigh - december 29, 2011:
Excellent. 😀

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