Welcome to Urnus! (1516)


Urnus is a small, unbearably cold planet orbiting a single star. Urnus has a double moon, a meager beige atmosphere and fresh water is plentiful. The surface of the planet is 53% covered by water.

World Data

  • Stars: 1
  • Moons: 2
  • Celestial Objects: 1
  • Weather: unbearably cold
  • Sky: beige
  • Size: small
  • Year: 269 days
  • Day: 33 hours
  • Oceans: 53%
  • Fresh water: plentiful


Urnus orbits a single star: Tojub, an average white star. Urnus also has a double moon: Molanoe, an average pale yellow moon and Spolese, a small rusty red moon. In the night sky, you see a celestial object: a tiny black hole that has been around for millenia. During the day, the sky is beige.


Urnus is 274,215,361 square kilometers (with a circumference of 29,348 kilometers). Surface water is common, covering 53% of the planet. Around 79% of the planet's water is fresh water. The crust is split into 15 plates, resulting in 5 continents.


While Urnus has a reasonable amount of variation, the overall climate is unbearably cold. Small storms are plentiful, precipitation is common, the atmosphere is meager and clouds are rare.