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PX-20198 is a solar system about 12,000 light years from the Sun. It formed 987,000 years ago from a nebula. It is an O type star, that is 12 times the size of the sun.

Table of Information:

PX-20198's Info
Mass = 2.68
Luminosity = 13.67
Tempurature(Kelvin) = 10,810
Standard Density = 2.68
Spectrum = O3
Diameter = 26,882,482 KM
Planets = 3
Habitable Planets = 0
Gas Giants = 1
Terrestrial = 2

Meratis

Table of Information:

Meratis' Info
Mass - Earth: 1 = 1.21
Type = Terrestrial
Core Temperature = 10,965K
Tempurature = 977K
Standard Density - Water: 1 = 6.21
Diameter = 19,291 KM
Moons = 0

A molten planet and the closest planet to the star. Surface temperatures exceed 1,300 °F. It is about 468,319,104 kilometers from the star's surface. It is 19,291 kilometers in diameter. 95% of the planet is molten.

Salrits

Table of Information:

Salrits' Info
Mass - Earth: 1 = 1,543
Type = Gas Giant
Core Temperature = 26,335K
Tempurature = 866K
Standard Density - Water: 1 = 1.18
Diameter = 319,343 KM
Moons = 35

A hot gas giant planet about 873,871,792 kilometers from the star's surface. Cloud top temperatures exceed 866K. It is 319,343 kilometers in diameter.

Olaris

Table of Information:

Olaris' Info
Mass - Earth: 1 = 0.94
Type = Terrestrial
Core Temperature = 9,699K
Temperature = 533K
Standard Density - Water: 1 = 4.98
Diameter = 10,526 KM
Moons = 0

The most distant planet from the star's surface. It is 2,308,337,512 kilometers away from the star. Surface temperatures exceed 533K. It is a molten rocky planet. It is 10,526 kilometers in diameter.

The solar systems future

In about 18 million years the star will run out of fuel and go supernova and destroy all of its planets as its core contracts to a Neutron Star.

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