Phroea Flyuae JB-X e1-7848 3

Class Y Star

System: PHROEA FLYUAE JB-X E1-7848

Recorded From Scanner
Class Y dwarfs are the coolest of brown dwarfs. Surface temperatures are less than 700 K, and they are effectively very large gas giant planets with some stellar properties.
First Discovered By: One Zero
Recorded By: One Zero
Date Recorded: 20 November 3301
Distance From Sol: Unknown
Massive rings, nearly invisible. Almost crashed into them. Thanks, impact sensor!One Zero

Age:278 Million Years
Solar Mass:0.019500
Solar Radius:0.079900
Mean Density:53.957155212292 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:498.000000 K
Orbital Period:1,375.700000 Days
Semi Major Axis:0.010000 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.077600
Orbital Inclination:1.760000 °
Argument of Periapsis108.220000 °
Atmospheric composition data is not available for stars
Planetary composition data is not available for stars
Pristine reserves

NameTypeMassSemi Major AxisInner RadiusOuter RadiusRing Width
PHROEA FLYUAE JB-X E1-7848 ring aMetal Rich277,358,542,848.0 MT0.00 AU91,721 km135,484 km43,763 km
PHROEA FLYUAE JB-X E1-7848 ring bMetal Rich13,159,399,161,856.0 MT0.00 AU135,584 km672,028 km536,444 km
PHROEA FLYUAE JB-X E1-7848 ring cIcy21,013,962,162,176.0 MT0.04 AU4,059,544 km6,436,783 km2,377,239 km
Galactic Record Value Number of Other Objects Sharing this Record
Class Y Star with the Narrowest Icy Rings2,377,239 km0