So for this system - it's a rough draft. Am looking forward to see what people here think of my ideas for it. I'm intended to be realistic with this one. Not everything in this chart is finished, and is subject to change. Am looking for comments, questions, etc so I can make this better.
The Star here is basically more or less Sun-like. It is named Thale. G3V star. 99% the mass of the Sun, 98% Luminosity. Similar age to that of the Sun, too.
Fenheiser - The first planet. It's roughly twice Earth's mass, and is subject to the Star's intense rays. It has the shortest orbital period of any planet in this system, orbiting around the star every 16 hours. It's surface is molten and broken apart by the star's intense solar rays. It is tidally locked. The planet is host to large scale volcanism. Because of the planet's close proximity to the star - the solar wind interacts with the planet's volcanism and creates hypersonic volcanic winds. Around the planet is a halo of gaseous material. The planet very likely has a comet-like tail due to the planet constantly erupting material which is then carried away by the solar wind.
Sarnis - The second planet. At about the mass of Mercury, this planet is tidally locked. It orbits further away than Fenheiser, resulting in a rather two tone appearance. On the sun facing side, it has a magma ocean. On the side that faces away, it resembles that of Mercury. It has frozen craters, and it's dark side is one of the coldest places in the solar system. The planet has a magnetosphere - similar to that of our Mercury, which creates intermittent planetary auroras, giving a nice backdrop to the view of the other planets.
Fenheiser and Sarnis have no Moons.
Laurel - The third planet. It is the mass of the Moon - and basically fills the role of Dres in this system. It's a cratered and pockmarked world. The planet is geologically dead as a whole. It has a small asteroidal moon that is 10km in size that orbits fairly close to itself like Phobos is to Mars, named Crackstone. It also has no magnetic field.
The next are a binary planet. Magloria is the Neptune-like planet with a mass of 13 Neptune Masses. It has a fairly Neptune like look to it. It's binary companion is named Collapse. Collapse is an Earth mass world with similar atmospheric and temperature conditions to that of the Earth. Collapse is tidally locked to Magloria. It is possible Magloria and Collapse may have a system of minor moons that orbits around them.
Enidis is the next planet. It's slightly smaller than Earth's Moon and has a ring system half as wide as the Moon itself. For such a small planet, it's ring system is quite reflective. Enidis has various minor moons, and it's ring system was formed by one of them getting ripped apart in it's roche limit fairly recently in geological history. Enidis, much like Laurel - is geologically dead.
Margape - the 7th planet. It is a large Super-terran world, without about 4 times the mass of the Earth. It has fairly low density, making the planet a bit larger than a planet it's mass normally should be. It is very Mars-like, with a thin atmosphere. Unlike Mars, the atmosphere is thick enough to have standing liquid water on it's surface, although rare. Margape has a large ring system, and has four major moons. The first moon is about the mass of Pluto, while the second Moon is similar in Mass to that of our Moon. The following two Moons are Ceres Mass.
Indrimea - The 8th planet. It is roughly Saturn mass, with a fairly massive and reflective ring system. It has an entourage of Moons, the first major moon being similar to that of Io. The last two major Moons are warmer / wetter versions of Titan, with ethane lakes and rivers. The 3 other small major moons are similar to that of Tethys. Enceladus, and Dione respectively.
There exists a massive asteroid belt after Indrimea (the Equivalent of the distance from Jupiter to that of Uranus...roughly). It has 4 dwarf planets, all of which are similar in size to that of Eris. One of them rotates rapidly, in a manner like that of Haumea.
After the asteroid belt, there is a Jovian mass world named Vibrant. Similar to our Jupiter, it has a thin but barely visible ring system. It's largest moon is 2.5x the Mass of the Earth - a living Titan-like world. With oceans, rivers, and complex ecology that exists on that large Moon. The large Moon is named Arianis.
The next pair of planets are named Posos and Dahl respectively. Posos is about 21 times the mass of the Earth, while Dahl is about half as Massive as the Earth and has a look similar to that of Triton.
The planet after Poses and Dahl is Ganymede in size - with vast collection of minor moons to keep it company. It has a thin ring system similar to that of Neptune's rings. It is named Izz. An icey world, with a vast sub-surface ocean.
The last planet is named Mistros. A large world, about 40 times the mass of Earth. It has 6 minor moons, similar to that of Saturn's Moons, all of which are Enceladus in Mass. Interestingly enough, in it's sphere of influence is the captured planet named Opalina, a hot house - Venus type planet that undergoes tectonic activity, much like the Venus of our world. In the present day in this system, the planet exists as a Magma ocean thanks to it's geologic activity.
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I put our solar system here so one can see roughly where the positions and layout of this system is as compared to our own. The layout of this system is subject to change. Any thoughts, questions, considerations anyone has for this system?
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