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EPSILON ERIDANI SYSTEM










Poster






Proper Name
of Planet
Formal
Designation
Planetary Statistics
Planet's
Major moons
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Planets of Epsilon Eridani

Distance from Earth: 10.5 light-years
Star Type: K2V, orange main-sequence star
Diameter of sun: 641,000 miles (0.74 Rsun)
Age of System: 440 million earth years

Odin

Epsilon Eridani I
Distance from sun: 33 million miles
Orbital Period: 75.6 earth days
Rotation Period: 25:48 earth hours
Diameter: 39,631 miles
Gravity: 1.10 g
Axil Tilt: 8°
Moons: 2 major, 6 minor
Hugin
Munin

Thoriam

Epsilon Eridani II
Distance from sun: 72 million miles
Orbital Period: 218.503 earth days (26.58 Epaphian days)
Rotation Period: 22:48 earth hours
Diameter: 110,056 miles
Gravity: 4.2 g
Axil Tilt: 18°
Moons: 5 major, 65 minor
Arc Diameter*: 6°30'


* “Arc Diameter” refers to the visual size of Thoriam
as seen from the surface of it's inhabited moon, Epaphus.
For comparison, the Earth's Moon has an Arc Diameter of 0°30' as seen from Earth.
Hephaestus
Arcus
Epaphus
Colonised in 3235 A.D.
Terraformed during the 33rd Century.
Dardanus
Harmonia

Frigga

Epsilon Eridani b
Distance from sun: 94 to 537 million miles
Orbital Period: 6.89 earth years
Rotation Period: 13:06 earth hours
Diameter: 90,600 miles
Gravity: 2.9 g
Axil Tilt: 2°
Moons: 4 major, 80+ minor
Notes: Discovered on August 7, 2000 A.D.
Hoder
Hermod
Balder
Bragi

Tias

Epsilon Eridani c
Distance from sun: 2,600 to 4,800 million miles
Orbital Period: 280 earth years
Rotation Period: 15:14 earth hours
Diameter: 38,203 miles
Gravity: 1.4 g
Axil Tilt: 56°
Moons: 3 major, 30+ minor
Notes: Existence postulated in the early 2000's A.D.
Fenris
Garm
Gleipnir









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