Pinastri V

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Pinastri V
General Data
*Class: Class M/O (Terrestrial)
*Type: Planet
*Satellites: None
*Location: Pinastri Sector, Delta Quadrant
*Star System: Pinastri Star System
*Species of Note:
    • None
*Faction Affiliation: United Federation Starfleet
Pinastri V is an inhabited Terrestrial waterworld planet. It has a small population and is the location of a number of Marine Corps training grounds.

Planetary Statistics

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  • classification: Class M/O
  • distance from sun: 2.2 AU
  • diameter: 18000 km
  • gravity: 0.8
  • atmosphere: thin, methane/hydrogen/carbon dioxide/nitrogen
  • weather system: heavy snow and storms
  • temp.: -50C to 30C
  • surface: spread out tundra, carbon compounds and methane ice.
  • lifeforms: originally none
  • tech. level: none
  • specials: none

Data: Physical data were gathered in situ and remotely from orbit using the USS Bohr science suite. Specifications of the Bohr and its science apart are on file and can be viewed separately. See Appendix A.

  • Mass (kg) 3.06 x 1024
  • Radius (km) 5.103 x 103
  • Surface gravity (g) 0.8
  • Average density (g/cc) 5.4
  • Semimajor Axis (au) 2.20 (3.29 x 108km)
  • Solar Constant (kW/m²) 0.282
  • Temperatures (°K) min: (avg) 263 +/- 10
  • Period of rev (std yrs) 6.53
  • Period of rotation (std days) 0.93
  • Magnetosphere (gauss) 0.3 dipolar
  • Surface Atmo pressure (kPa) 98.7
  • Atmo components

Update : 101207 PRF Moonraker Project


History of planet


90% of the planets surface is covered by water.

Table 1: Average composition of the atmosphere up to an altitude of 25 km. Gas Percent Volume N2 78.08% O2 20.95% H2O 0 to 4% Ar 0.93% CO2 0.0360% Ne 0.0018% He 0.0005% CH4 0.00017% H2 0.00005% N2O 0.00003% O3 0.000004%

Lithosphere: Largely oceanic and continental. Nickel/iron core The rocks of the lithosphere have an average density of 2.7 and are almost entirely made up of 11 elements, which together account for about 99.5 per cent of its mass. The most abundant is oxygen, which accounts for about 46.60 percent of the total. Other elements include silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, titanium, hydrogen and phosphorus. In addition, eleven other elements are present in trace amounts of 0.1 to 0.02 per cent.

Update : 101207 PRF Moonraker Project


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