Appendix

Appendix A:

Glossary

Aphelion – The point in the orbit of a planet or a comet at which it is farthest from the sun.

Perihelion – The point in the orbit of a planet or comet at which it is nearest to the sun.

 

Appendix B:

Atmosphere

The various gasses in the planet’s atmosphere (in its current state) are as follow, in descending order of quantity:

Nitrogen (N2) – 78.084%

Oxygen (O2) – 20.946%

Argon (Ar) – 0.934%

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) – 0.0383%

Neon (Ne) – 0.001818%

Helium (He) – 0.000524%

Methane (CH4) – 0.0001745%

Krypton (Kr) – 0.000114%

Hydrogen (H2) – 0.000055%

Water Vapor – Makes up the remaining percentage of the atmosphere

 

 

Appendix C:

Calendar

 (coming soon)

 

Appendix D:

Terrain

The planet is made up of various minerals and are broken up as follows in descending order of quantities:

Iron – 32%

Oxygen – 30%

Silicon – 15%

Magnesium – 14%

Sulfer – 3%

Nickel – 2%

The remaining percentages are made up of various deposits of Calcium, Aluminum, and other trace elements.

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