Lambda Hydrae II

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Lambda Hydrae system Star  · I  · Belt I  · II  · Belt II  · III

Stats

  • it's orbit is approximately 136 million km from it's star
  • a large gas giant of a planet with a diameter of 95,722 km (59,826 miles).
  • a density of 2.1 and a gravity of 2.88 G's
  • hydrogen, methane atmosphere
  • large spectacular triple rings

Resources

  • unknown at this time, as the only known survey was conducted by the Romulans

Moons

  • it has 5 small moons, 3 medium moon and 1 huge moon
  • Lambda Hydrae IIa: is 698 km (436 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.4 and a gravity of 0.02 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 229,243 km. (143,277 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIb: is 1,627 km (1,017 miles) in diameter, with a density of 3.2 and a gravity of 0.07 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 232,522 km. (145,326 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIc: is 1,106 km (691 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.8 and a gravity of 0.04 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 235,158 km. (146,974 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IId: is 1,016 km (635 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.7 and a gravity of 0.04 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 236,850 km. (148,031 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIe: is 2,850 km (1,781 miles) in diameter, with a density of 3.6 and a gravity of 0.15 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 239,304 km. (149,565 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIf: is 10,942 km (6,839 miles) in diameter, with a density of 5.5 and a gravity of 0.86 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 240,405 km. (150,253 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIg: is 770 km (481 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.5 and a gravity of 0.03 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 243,038 km. (151,899 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIh: is 2,357 km (1,473 miles) in diameter, with a density of 3.4 and a gravity of 0.11 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 245,136 km. (153,210 miles)
  • Lambda Hydrae IIi: is 859 km (537 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.6 and a gravity of 0.03 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 246,725 km. (154,203 miles)