Abyss is the thirteenth major celestial object around Lumenoferos, and also the third gas giant, largest and coldest. Unlike the other two gas giants in the system, it has neither rings nor moons. Its weather patterns are relatively calm (for a gas giant), and it seems to have shed what extra heat it retained from the time of formation and from subsequent internal processes; this raises some question about the age of this planet.
The current international name originates from a description, arrived at independently in several regions, of the planet as a bottomless abyss on the edge of the solar system, one from which nobody returned. Of course, probes have been sent in and data sent back up, but so far there just doesn't seem to be any meaningful interaction possible with the planet.
mean distance 39 au perihelion aphelion axial tilt annual period 92,406 Etéran days (345 Etéran years) local day temperature -228°C (45 K) at cloudtops illumination 0.0005 mass: 4,000 (2.38e28 kg) diameter 13.57 (173,000 km) density 1.6 (8.82 g/cm³) surface gravity 21.7 (212 m/s²) escape velocity 192 km/s
Lagrange point information
L-point Distance from Abyss Distance from Lumenoferos Velocity relative to Lum. L1 5.84au 33.15au 4079m/s L2 6.49au 45.49au 5596m/s L3 77.73au 38.73au 4764m/s L4/L5 39au 39au 4797m/s