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

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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