Welcome to Merus! (949517)


Merus is an average, mild planet orbiting a binary star. Merus has a single moon, a dense blue atmosphere and fresh water is rare. The surface of the planet is 99% covered by water.

World Data

  • Stars: 2
  • Moons: 1
  • Celestial Objects: 2
  • Weather: mild
  • Sky: blue
  • Size: average
  • Year: 9 days
  • Day: 22 hours
  • Oceans: 99%
  • Fresh water: rare


Merus orbits a binary star: Luk, an average white star and Sir, a large yellow star. Merus also has a single moon: Elala, a small bone white moon. In the night sky, you see two celestial objects: a massive nearby planet that has been around for decades and an imposing pulsar that has been around for time immemorial. During the day, the sky is blue, which is partially due to water vapor.


Merus is 739,364,863 square kilometers (with a circumference of 48,192 kilometers). Surface water is excessive, covering 99% of the planet. Around 25% of the planet's water is fresh water. The crust is split into 17 plates, resulting in 5 continents.


While Merus has a reasonable amount of variation, the overall climate is mild. Small storms are rare, precipitation is abundant, the atmosphere is dense and clouds are plentiful.