Boelts DD-I d10-1810 BC 5

Earth-like world

System: Boelts DD-I d10-1810

Recorded From EDDiscovery
Outdoor world with a human-breathable atmosphere and indigenous life. The atmosphere is far from chemical equilibrium as a result.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Ameya Vaidya
Date Recorded: 12 January 3304
Distance From Sol: 18,214.55 ly

Earth Mass:0.714857
Radius:5,504.233500 km
Surface Gravity:0.959133 g
Mean Density:6.111669 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:274.515137 K
Volcanism Type:Silicate Magma
Atmosphere Type:Suitable For Water-Based Life
Surface Pressure:2.697521 Atmospheres
Terraform Status:None
Orbital Period:2,694.313148 Days
Semi Major Axis:4.695575 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.001053
Orbital Inclination:2.015530 °
Argument of Periapsis283.970703 °
Rotational Period1.398939 Days
Axial Tilt0.243251 °
Water0.292745 %
Nitrogen91.518738 %
Oxygen8.156532 %
The composition of this body has not been measured
Boelts DD-I d10-1810 BC 5 has no rings
Planetary Material Composition Unknown
This object holds no Galactic Records