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Zurapha is a distant planetary system that lies in the Camelopardalis Constellation, it's located on the outer edges of the Polaris Region.  Zurapha is a binary system consisting of a yellow G-class star and an orange K-class star, the stars are separated by an average distance of 260 AU.  Zurapha's planets orbit the brighter G-class star.

The Zurapha System was settled by Polarian Prime as a mining colony.  The system's two inner terrestrial worlds are both rich in valuable metals.  Numerous large mines were setup across the surface, the metals were exported back to Polarian Prime.


The two planets are sometimes called "brother" planets, being that are of similar composition and temperature.  They are also very different though, Zurapha C is much smaller with a lower mass than Zurapha B.  Zurapha C houses the larger population, it is the system's government and economical center.

System: Zurapha

Primary Star: HD 110520

Stellar Type: G0V ☼

Companion Star: B K5V ☼

Mass (Sol): A-1.3  B-0.7

Luminosity: A-7.27x Sun

Distance: 428 ly


Region: Polaris

Population: 20 Million


Zurapha A Planets

Zurapha Ab
Zurapha Ab is a terrestrial world that orbits in the habitable zone.  The planet is a bit cooler than Earth, it has a carbon dioxide and nitrogen atmosphere.  There are vast deposits of valuable metals under the surface.

Distance: 2.66 AU

Orbit: 3.8 years

Temp: 265 K

Mass: 2.09 Earth

Radius: 8688 km

Gravity: 1.13 g

Rotation: 38 hours

Moon(s): 2


Zurapha Ac
Zurapha Ac is a partially habitable terrestrial world.  The planet's thick atmosphere is composed of nitrogen with small amounts of oxygen.  The planet is cooler and drier than Earth, though intense ice storms can occasionally occur.

Distance: 3.11 AU

Orbit: 4.8 years

Temp: 249 K

Mass: 0.35 Earth

Radius: 4512 km

Gravity: 0.7 g

Rotation: 52 hours

Moon(s): 0


Zurapha Ad
Zurapha Ad is a fairly typical small gas giant with about a third of Jupiter's mass.  The atmosphere is composed of hydrogen and helium.  The planet is orbited by 10 moons.

Distance: 8.89 AU

Orbit: 23.2 years

Temp: 142 K

Mass: 0.37 Jupiter

Radius: 55661 km

Gravity: 1.55 g

Rotation: 15 hours

Moon(s): 10


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