Planetary Classifications

Class A - Geothermal

Class B - Geomorteus

Class C - Geoinactive

Class D - Asteriod/Moon

Class E - Geoplastic

Class F - Geometallic

Class G - Geocrystalline

Class H - Desert

Class I - Gas Supergiant

Class J - Gas Giant

Class K - Adaptable

Class L - Marginal

Class M - Terrestrial

Class N - Reducing

Class O - Plegaic

Class P - Glaciated

Class Q - Variable

Class R - Rogue

Class S - Ultragiant

Class T - Ultragiant

Class Y - Demon


Class Q - Variable


Age: 2-10 billion years

Diameter: 4,000 - 15,000 km

Location: Hot, Ecosphere, and Cold Zones

Surface: Ranges from molten to water and/or carbon dioxide ice, due to eccentric orbit or variable output of star

Atmosphere: Ranges from tenuous to very dense

Life-Forms: Unknown

Examples: Genesis Planet

Class Q planets are found in all of the star's zones. Generally a bit smaller than Earth, they range in size from 4,000 to 15,00 kilometers in diameter. Due to the eccentric orbit and variable output of star, the surface can range from molten to water or ice. The atmosphere is tenuous to dense, and sustains no known life forms.

The Genesis planet began as Class M, but degenerated into Class Q due to unstable protomatter used in the creation process.



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