The Cometary Ring is the designation of the orbital band approximately 3.2au from Lumenoferos. While there are barely any objects on near-circular orbits around Lumenoferos at this distance, there are many, many comets on highly eccentric orbits whose mean distances are close to 3.2au. Despite not being a singular object, the ring as a whole is classified as a major celestial object for the purposes of solar system enumeration.

Nominal orbital parameters[edit | edit source]

mean distance     3.2 au
perihelion        varies
aphelion          varies
axial tilt        varies
annual period     2,042 Etéran days (7.61 Etéran years).
local day         varies by object
temperature       approximately -128°C (142 K) for the few circular-orbit bodies, 
                  varies by orbital phase for comets
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