Chloris (Beta Comae Berenices)

System containing Arcadia

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The Chloris system; Daphnis, Crocus, Arcadia, Dryas, Smilax, Adonis, Diana, Pan, Cynthia, Doris, Galatea

Chloris - Data Panel

StarChloris, Beta Comae Berenices, HIP 64394, HR 4983
Type = G0 V
Luminosity 1.52 x Sol
Temperature 6097 K
Distance from Sol 29.78 ly (EPOCH 2000)



DaphnisType (NoLWoCS) Hermian
Type (EWoCS) Sulfoli-Terrestrial Lapi-Minervan Agonian
Radius 6026 km, 0.946 x Earth
Mass 0.94 x Earth
Orbital period 0.2023 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 0.359 AU
Eccentricity 0.04
Albedo 0.43


CrocusType (NoLWoCS) Arean
Type (EWoCS) Acidi-Terrestrial Lapi-Minervan Achlysian
Radius 3994km, 0.627 x Earth
Mass 0.191 x Earth
Orbital period 0.4615 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 0.622 AU
Eccentricity 0.09
Rotation Period 17.7 standard hours
Obliquity 14
Albedo 0.53


Arcadia before Terraformation
Arcadia before terraformation
ArcadiaType (NoLWoCS) Eogaian terraformed to GaianTundral Subtype
Type (EWoCS) Hydro-Terrestrial Lapi-Rhean Estuarine Tundral Aqua-Gaian
Radius 1.11 x Earth, 7085.1 km
Mass 1.407 x Earth
Surface Gravity 1.17 gee
Orbital period 1.1425 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 1.24 AU
Eccentricity 0.028
Albedo variable by season; Arcadia experiences long-period fluctuations in climate, alternating between Long Summer and Long Winter phases
Rotation Period 17.03 standard hours
Obliquity 17.4 degrees
Albedo 0.39
Arcadia has an unusual climate regime, and supports a non-standard neogen biosphere. A culture of genetic modification arose here which developed into a relatively small and short-lived empire at the end of the First Federation Era. Now part of the Zoeific Biopolity.


DryasType (NolWoCS) Arean
Type (EWoCS) Terrestrial Lapi-Rhean Tundral Capno-Arean
Radius 4064.7 km
Mass 0.204 x Earth
Orbital period 2.56 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 1.961
Eccentricity 0.017
Rotation Period 22.684 standard hours
Obliquity 44.052
Albedo 0.237


SmilaxType (NolWoCS) Superterrestrial World
Type (EWoCS) Tholi-Neptunian Cere-Jotunnian Aqua-Cytherean
Radius 13583 km
Mass 4.362 x Earth
Orbital period 5.25 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 3.165 AU
Eccentricity 0.094
RotationPeriod 17.689 standard hours
Obliquity 16
Albedo 0.326


AdonisType (NolWoCS) MesoJovian Type
Type (EWoCS) Ammo-Jovian Hydrogeo-Barian
Radius 45938.2 km
Mass 34.938 x Earth
Orbital period 11.35 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 5.292 AU
Eccentricity 0.044
RotationPeriod 18.671 standard hours
Obliquity 15.1


Diana and its moon, Actaeon
DianaType (NolWoCS) MesoJovian Type
Type (EWoCS) Ammo-Jovian Hydrogeo-Barian
Radius 46879.4
Mass 38.089 x Earth
Orbital period 45.928 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 13.437 AU
Eccentricity 0.0558
Inclination 0.75
Rotation Period 19.154 standard hours
Obliquity 13.513
Albedo 0.55
MoonsActaeon, Lysander, Endymion


PanType (NolWoCS) Cryojovian Type world
Type (EWoCS) Metho-Jovian Hydrogeo-Barian
Mass 51.2 x Earth
Radius 51891.7 km
Orbital period 97.97 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 22.267 AU
Eccentricity 0.054
Inclination 0.859
Rotation Period 17.407 standard hours
Obliquity 22.219
Albedo 0.459


CynthiaType (NolWoCS) Ymirian type world
Type (EWoCS) Terrestrial Geli-Rhean Titano-Arean Aqua-Ganymedean
Radius 2083.3
Mass 0.0131 x Earth
Orbital period 146.16 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 29.071 AU
Eccentricity 0.25
Inclination 8.278
Rotation Period 291.165 standard hrs
Obliquity 143.767
Albedo 0.588


DorisType (NolWoCS) Type Ymirian type world
Type (EWoCS) Boreo-Terrestrial Cere-Jotunnian Hydrogeo-Cytherean
Radius 9843.2
Mass 2.333 x Earth
Orbital period 256.479 standard years
SemiMajorAxis 42.293 AU
Eccentricity 0.138
Inclination 0.362
Rotation Period 37.452 standard hours
Obliquity 14.291
Albedo 0.381


GalateaType (NolWoCS) LithicGelidian type world
Type (EWoCS) Terrestrial Cere-Rhean Azo-Arean Aqua-Ganymedean
Mass 0.535 x Earth
Radius 6167.1 km
Orbital period 387.237 years
SemiMajorAxis 55.661 AU
Eccentricity 0.208
Inclination 5.116
Rotation Period 212.547 standard hours
Obliquity 35.992
Albedo 0.88
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Development Notes
Text by Steve Bowers, Dangerous Safety, The Astronomer
from an original system by Anders Sandberg
Initially published on 29 July 2012.