IC 1287 Sector BV-X b1-5 B 6

Icy planet

System: IC 1287 Sector BV-X b1-5

Recorded From Scanner
Ice world composed mainly of water ice. Worlds like this will not have much heating in the past, forming in the cooler regions of a star system and have retained many volatiles as solids within their crust.
First Discovered By: Unknown
Recorded By: Wetwire
Date Recorded: 1 January 3302
Distance From Sol: Unknown
A satellite to IC 1287 Sector BV-X bl-5 B Dwarf Star. Lower gravity 0.33 that of earth, and a super freezing surface temperatures at 20 Kelvin. Only 17.27 Kelvin warmer then the average temperature of space. Home to no geological activity on the surface and no atmosphere. With a pro-grade rotational period of 1.2 days.Wetwire

Earth Mass:0.160600
Radius:4,416.000000 km
Surface Gravity:0.334765 g
Mean Density:2.658824 g/cm³
Surface Temperature:20.000000 K
Volcanism Type:No Volcanism
Atmosphere Type:No Atmosphere
Terraform Status:None
Orbital Period:8,325.200000 Days
Semi Major Axis:4.100000 AU
Orbital Eccentricity:0.000100
Orbital Inclination:0.360000 °
Argument of Periapsis298.500000 °
Rotational Period1.200000 Days
Axial Tilt-25.380000 °
IC 1287 Sector BV-X b1-5 B 6 has no atmosphere
Ice68.600000 %
Rock21.000000 %
Metal10.400000 %
IC 1287 Sector BV-X b1-5 B 6 has no rings
Planetary Material Composition Unknown
This object holds no Galactic Records