New Scotland II

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New Scotland system Star  · I  · II  · III  · IV  · Belt

Stats

  • it's orbit is approximately 105 million km from it's star
  • it is a medium gas giant with a diameter of 77,395.2 km (48,372 miles).
  • a density of 1.3 and a gravity of 1.44 G's
  • no atmosphere

Resources

Scans of the moons have revealed trace amounts of industrial and heavy metals. No other resource types have been detected.

Moons

  • it has 2 moonlets, 3 small moons and 1 medium moon
  • New Scotland IIa: is 454 km (284 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.7 and a gravity of 0.02 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 187,090 km. (116,931 miles)
  • New Scotland IIb: is 843 km (527 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.9 and a gravity of 0.03 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 187,973 km. (117,483 miles)
  • New Scotland IIc: is 582 km (364 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.5 and a gravity of 0.02 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 190,955 km. (119,347 miles)
  • New Scotland IId: is 766 km (479 miles) in diameter, with a density of 3.1 and a gravity of 0.03 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 193,488 km. (120,930 miles)
  • New Scotland IIe: is 2,637 km (1,648 miles) in diameter, with a density of 3.6 and a gravity of 0.14 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 195,896 km. (122,435 miles)
  • New Scotland IIf: is 1,018 km (636 miles) in diameter, with a density of 2.8 and a gravity of 0.05 G's. It orbits the planets surface at a height of 198,147 km. (123,842 miles)