Undria

Undria
Undria Space.png
An orbital image of Undria taken by the Joint Space Station
Orbital characteristics
Aphelion151600000 km
(94200000 mi; 1.013 AU)
Perihelion146095000 km
(90779000 mi; 0.97658 AU)
365.729583004 d
(1.00131302670 yr)
30.22 km/s
(108800 km/h; 67600 mph)
Satellites
Physical characteristics
Mean radius
19113.55 km
Circumference120,093.98 km
4,590,844,450.14 km2
2,852,618,489.36 sq mi
Volume2.92478925 x 1013 km3
Mass1.563 kg x 1014 kg
9.807 m/s2
11.186 km/s
0.99726968 days
Equatorial rotation velocity
5003.88 km/h
20 deg 12 min 26.1833 s
Surface temp. min mean max
Kelvin 184 K 288 K 330 K
Celsius −89.2 C 15 C 56.7 C
Fahrenheit −128.5 F 59 F 134 F
Atmosphere
Surface pressure
101.325 kPa (at MSL)
Composition by volume

Undria, (from Proto-Vassaskri: Undira) also commonly refered to as the world or the globe, is the fourth planet from the star Solarim, and the only celestial object in the system capable of sustaining life. The densest of the eight planets in orbit around Solarim, Undria is also the largest of the system's four terrestrial planets, and is estimated through radiometric dating to have formed roughly 5.27 billion years ago.

Continents

Countries

Name Capital Population Continent Head of State Abbr.
Astavia Vaticaina 112,809,727 Efia Julius IV AST
Austrosia Staalstaat 108,853,207 Ardas Waldemar Lichtenwalt AUS
Caltarania Cadwell 89,728,129 Valsea Drystin Gwenadur CAL