Basically, Space Engine only tells me about the orbital period, the rotation period and the solar day (Which is different from a day in general terms, right?) of a planet.
How can I tell how long a plain ol' day is on a planet?
AniGa wrote:What I mean is how to determine a planet's equivalent to our Earth's good old 24-hour-day.
And from what you say, it seems that the length specified under solar day IS, in fact, exactly that.
Unless, of course, I misunderstood you.
AniGa wrote:Source of the post Alright, thank you!
Just wanted to make sure that I don't misunderstand the information given to me.
Trying to look for a neat, interesting planet that would be suitable for human life as-is.
Pepethecat wrote:Source of the post It says Rotational Period in it's description.