Welcome to Jupnus! (31587)


Jupnus is a tiny, unbearably hot planet orbiting a single star. Jupnus has a double moon, a poor green atmosphere and fresh water is plentiful. The surface of the planet is 43% covered by water.

World Data

  • Stars: 1
  • Moons: 2
  • Celestial Objects: 0
  • Weather: unbearably hot
  • Sky: green
  • Size: tiny
  • Year: 217 days
  • Day: 28 hours
  • Oceans: 43%
  • Fresh water: plentiful


Jupnus orbits a single star: Kroc, a small yellow star. Jupnus also has a double moon: Prota, a small light blue moon and Chale, a massive light blue moon. In the night sky, you see nothing unusual. During the day, the sky is green, which is partially due to noxious fumes.


Jupnus is 68,915,818 square kilometers (with a circumference of 14,708 kilometers). Surface water is common, covering 43% of the planet. Around 69% of the planet's water is fresh water. The crust is split into 11 plates, resulting in 3 continents.


While Jupnus has a reasonable amount of variation, the overall climate is unbearably hot. Small storms are scarce, precipitation is rare, the atmosphere is poor and clouds are rare.