TheRedstoneHive wrote:Found a better one, which is now officially my Earth 2.0 (Unless I find a better planet in the future).
RS 8474-1359-8-11920345-195 4:
Cold (-98 oC) desert with unicellular life;
Parent star: M1.4V Dwarf;
Rotation period Tidally Locked;
ESI (Earth simularity inxex): 0.658
Atmospheric pressure: 0.517 atm
O2: 93.2% (0.481 atm)
CO2: 6.76% (0.0349 atm)
CH4: 594 ppm (0.000307 atm)
C2H4: 59.4 ppm (3.07x10-5 atm)
H2S: 29.7 ppm (1.54x10-5 atm)
H2: 20.1 ppm (1.04x10-5 atm)
The air is little thin, and it might not be that comfortable to breathe, but it is still a nice place to explore, and if I had the choice, I would go on holiday to stay here for a year or two, if we could travel the thousands of light years in a short time
Here are a couple of screenshots of the planet:
RS 8474-1359-8-11920345-195 4.png
What do you think I should call it?
Nice! The best thing is that there’s no SO2, which is the biggest problem we have. Though, the temperature is a bit low. You’d have to be directly under the sun for tolerable temperatures, but since the planet’s tidally locked, you’d probably have to deal with winds upwards of 500 miles an hour. The best spot would definitely be the eye of the storm. The winds would be very low there, and the temperature would be higher.