Welcome to Vulcurnus! (392411)


Vulcurnus is an average, chilly planet orbiting a single star. Vulcurnus has a no moons, a whispy blue atmosphere and fresh water is scarce. The surface of the planet is 80% covered by water.

World Data

  • Stars: 1
  • Moons: 0
  • Celestial Objects: 2
  • Weather: chilly
  • Sky: blue
  • Size: average
  • Year: 647 days
  • Day: 45 hours
  • Oceans: 80%
  • Fresh water: scarce


Vulcurnus orbits a single star: Mel, an average white star. Vulcurnus also has no moons. In the night sky, you see two celestial objects: an imposing supernova that has been around for millenia and an imposing nebula that has been around for decades. During the day, the sky is blue, which is partially due to water vapor.


Vulcurnus is 589,819,900 square kilometers (with a circumference of 43,046 kilometers). Surface water is plentiful, covering 80% of the planet. Around 6% of the planet's water is fresh water. The crust is split into 15 plates, resulting in 5 continents.


While Vulcurnus has a reasonable amount of variation, the overall climate is chilly. Small storms are abundant, precipitation is plentiful, the atmosphere is whispy and clouds are scarce.