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Schweigher

Tiny Schweigher was discovered by the Cucucutter spacecraft Extrasolar 1 in 1993, 3 years after its launch in 1990. Before it was thought that Schweigher was 6 miles by 4 miles by 1.6 miles. Now we know that it is much smaller 125 feet long, 110 feet wide, 75- foot height. Extrasolar 1 flew by and discovered that. Its only named feature, Magellan crater is 6 feet deep and 12 feet wide. There seem to be no features on it except Magellan crater. And its mass is so small that you need to use scientific notation to measure it. It is 5<sup>10</sup> and that is big

Kiran

Kiran is a huge planet lying between Uranus and Neptune. It is almost as big as Saturn and has the largest imaginary moons in the solar system. Alexander, the outermost moon is 3,000 miles across. And Kiran has sixty-five moons. The main ones are Ananake (ununaik), schweigher(shh-way-zher), Wilson, Alexander and Tseighi ( say-jee). Kiran is often nicknamed the Nitrogen planet because its atmosphere is almost all nitrogen and ammonia. Kiran’s atmosphere is 1000 miles deep and very stormy. Winds in the atmosphere of kiran are 1200 mph and storms can last not for hours or a few days. They can last from 2 weeks to a century. Most however last one decade, the time it takes for Alexander to orbit Kiran once. Schweigher takes only 30 seconds to orbit kiran, Ella another moon takes 1 minute to orbit and Abagale 4 minutes So they participate in a 1:4:8 resonance. That means as Schweigher makes eight orbits Ella makes 4 and Abagale¬†one orbit

Goya and A2

The two moons of Afsandagudugu are called Goya and A2 They are tiny and are not round. Goya is 175x140x76 miles and orbits once in 12 hours. A2 is 80x60x36 miles and orbits Afsandagudugu in 3.22 days. Goya spins every 12 hours and A2 in 3.22 days so one side of both moons always keep turned to Afsandagudugu. These moons hold many mysteries. So far we have not determined their mass and gravity and Goya was discovered in 2005 while A2 was discovered in 2011. So far we no very,very little about A2. We now know enough about Goya’s Geology to determine its composition. We only know a couple tens of facts about A2. One discovery about Goya surprised scientists. Goya has a tiny magnetic field. The magnetopoint is only 72 miles from Goya’ s surface. Earth’s magnetic field is about 268 MAG. Goya’s mini- magnetic field is about 0.014 MAG. Goya also has quiet radio noise. Goya’s Radiation is about 0.0024 Mhz

Creepy Sounds From Goya

Afsandagudugu

My first imaginary planet. Afsandagudugu is almost as big as Jupiter but it is a rocky planet. It orbits 71 to 73 million miles from the sun. Even though Afsandagudugu is more than a thousand times bigger than earth, Afsandagudugu has only 110.1 times the mass of earth. As a result a 100- Pound Earthling would weigh 97 pounds there. What about a 25 – Pound suitcase. The formula is 25 x 97% That suitcase would weigh 24 pounds approximately ¬†The most dangerous fact about it is that is has a magnetic field 35 times as strong as earth’s magnetic field and it has a radiation belt that extends almost 2 million miles from it. On one edge is the magnetohub at 5.7 million miles and on the magnetopoint at a hundredth the width of the human hair is one billion miles away, beyond even Jupiter’s orbit. And in the radiation belt radiation levels can reach 272.07 mhz and in a burst which lasts 300 milliseconds and occurs every 272 hours is 544.14 mhz, 2 times as much as usual

Moons: 2

Diameter:87,774 miles Distance from sun: 71-73 million miles
Mass: 110.1 Earth Masses Orbital Period: 98 Earth Days (2,352 hours)
Volume: 3.09852+e19 cubic miles Rotation Period: 23 Hours,37 minutes
Gravity: 97% Earth Solar Day: 23 hrs, 57 mins
Escape Velocity: 10.8252 miles per second Plane of orbit: 0.1 degrees from sun’s equator
Temperature: 140 to 20 Fahrenheit Axis tilt: 20 degrees
Albedo: 0.667 Avg. Speed: 30,610 mph

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