Pegasi Sector MN-T c3-7 3

Class I Gas Giant

System: Pegasi Sector MN-T c3-7

Recorded From EDDiscovery
Class I or Jovian gas giants have primarily hydrogen and helium atmospheres. Colouration comes from clouds in the upper atmosphere of ammonia, water vapour, hydrogen sulphide, phosphine and sulphur. The temperature at the top of their upper cloud layers is typically less than 150 K.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Blue Kaito
Date Recorded: 24 September 3303
Distance From Sol: 220.83 ly

Earth Mass:490.302368
Radius:76,087.176000 km
Surface Gravity:3.442661 g
Mean Density:1.586941 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:138.172150 K
Orbital Period:3,132.794074 Days
Semi Major Axis:3.298708 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.001447
Orbital Inclination:0.001789 °
Argument of Periapsis200.311935 °
Rotational Period0.583597 Days
Axial Tilt0.374248 °
Hydrogen74.048073 %
Helium25.951921 %
Planetary composition data is not available for gas giants
Pristine reserves

NameTypeMassSemi Major AxisInner RadiusOuter RadiusRing Width
Pegasi Sector MN-T c3-7 3 B RingIcy1,451,100,000,000.0 MT0.00 AU170,470 km274,510 km104,040 km
Pegasi Sector MN-T c3-7 3 A RingRocky241,020,000,000.0 MT0.00 AU146,050 km170,370 km24,320 km
This object holds no Galactic Records