Hyuqu WC-Y b15-3 4

Rocky ice planet

System: Hyuqu WC-Y b15-3

Recorded From Comms Link
Rocky ice world. Typically formed in the cooler regions of star system these worlds have a small metal core and thick rocky mantle with a crust of very deep ice. Geological activity is common in these worlds because of the large quantities of volatiles in the crust, often creating a thin, sometimes seasonal atmosphere.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Luis Almeida
Date Recorded: 8 November 3304
Distance From Sol: 35,237.17 ly

Earth Mass:0.882747
Radius:6,492.151500 km
Surface Gravity:0.851358 g
Mean Density:4.599403 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:341.160522 K
Volcanism Type:No Volcanism
Atmosphere Type:Methane-Rich
Surface Pressure:1312.059452 Atmospheres
Terraform Status:None
Orbital Period:557.486250 Days
Semi Major Axis:0.978742 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.000091
Orbital Inclination:-0.119894 °
Argument of Periapsis44.767647 °
Rotational Period2.367708 Days
Axial Tilt3.119058 °
Nitrogen83.034271 %
Argon0.828509 %
Methane15.675874 %
Ice25.915800 %
Rock49.561300 %
Metal24.522800 %
Hyuqu WC-Y b15-3 4 has no rings
Planetary Material Composition Unknown
This object holds no Galactic Records