Bleae Thua PJ-H C10-6 A1

Earth-like world

System: Bleae Thua PJ-H C10-6

Recorded From Scanner
Outdoor world with a human-breathable atmosphere and indigenous life. The atmosphere is far from chemical equilibrium as a result.
First Discovered By: Peter Bulkley
Recorded By: Peter Bulkley
Date Recorded: 2 February 3303
Distance From Sol: Unknown
A tiny blue ball.Peter Bulkley

Earth Mass:0.379500
Radius:4,527.000000 km
Surface Gravity:0.752738 g
Mean Density:5.831919 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:275.000000 K
Volcanism Type:No Volcanism
Atmosphere Type:Suitable For Water-Based Life
Surface Pressure:0.580000 Atmospheres
Terraform Status:None
Orbital Period:256.900000 Days
Semi Major Axis:0.740000 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.000700
Orbital Inclination:0.290000 °
Argument of Periapsis165.250000 °
Rotational Period256.900000 Days
Axial Tilt-5.600000 °
Tidally Locked
Nitrogen72.800000 %
Oxygen27.400000 %
Rock66.800000 %
Metal33.200000 %
Bleae Thua PJ-H C10-6 A1 has no rings
Planetary Material Composition Unknown
This object holds no Galactic Records