I don't know if this is the appropriate subforum for this question (it probably is), or if it's even appropriate at all to post this question, but if a mod sees fit to move or delete it, I'll understand.
Anyways, for a while now, I've had a sci-fi planet I've been working on, and am wondering what the habitability or viability of my planet might be, and what changes might I need to make, if necessary?
Anyways, here's what I have:
Radius: 5469.6462 kilometers
Mass: 0.605434 Earth's
Density: 0.96 Earths (5.2944 g/cm3)
Sidereal Rotation: 26.4483 hours.
It orbits Delta Trianguli at a distance of about 1.066 AU's. The way I have it in Celestia, Delta Trianguli is a binary with a G0V component and a K3V component, masses 1.09 and 0.75 respectively; although I am aware of the uncertainties involving this system. As far as I know, it is about 9 billion years of age, but I'm considering using an age of 1.9 billion years instead. Dunno if I'll stick with that. The planet's orbital period is 296.61 days.
Two moons (yeah, I know, Bad Astronomy. )
Radius: 1326.2126 km
Density: 3.346 g/cm3
Distance: 98304 km
Radius: 2258.2968 km
Distance: 305089 km.
Based on my calculations, the second moon makes its barycenter with the parent planet outside the parent planet's physical radius.
One of the things that I am unsure about is how bad the ocean tides might be as a result of these moons.
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