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ALPHA MENSAE SYSTEM












Proper Name
of Planet

Formal Designation
and
Brief Description

Planetary Statistics
Planet's
Major Moons
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Planets of Alpha Mensae

Distance from Earth: 33.1 light-years
Star Type: G5V, yellow main-sequence star
Diameter of sun: 815,000 miles (0.94 Rsun)
Age of System: 5,400 million earth years

Alpha Mensae I
Distance from sun: 33 million miles
Orbital Period: 85.1 earth days

Phantos


and

Theia

Alpha Mensae II & III

A double planet.

Phantos is a temperate, inhabitable, earth-like world.

Theia is a dead, moon-like rock with no atmosphere.
Distance from sun: 85 million miles
Distance between Phantos and Theia: 14,150 miles
Orbital Period: 342.67 earth days
Solar Day*: 16:15 earth hours

Diameter of Phantos: 5,818 miles
Gravity of Phantos: 0.6 g

Diameter of Theia: 2,477 miles
Gravity of Theia: 0.2 g

Axil Tilt of Both Planets: 19
Moons: none
Notes: Phantos colonised in 5509 A.D.
.......Phantos terraformed in the 56th to 58th Centuries.


*Because the same sides of both planets always face eachother
the length of day on Phantos is equal to both the day length on Theia
and orbital period of the two planets about eachother.

Alpha Mensae IV
Distance from sun: 311 million miles
Orbital Period: 6.627 earth years

Alpha Mensae V
Distance from sun: 753 million miles
Orbital Period: 24.92 earth years

Alpha Mensae VI
Distance from sun: 1,430 million miles
Orbital Period: 65.32 earth years

Alpha Mensae VII
Distance from sun: 1,940 million miles
Orbital Period: 103.27 earth years









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