Planets

A Class
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(Geothermal) Geology:
Partially molten, located in outer portion of star system; heat is geothermal

Average Diameter:
5,000 km

Atmosphere:
Hydrogen compounds

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Idran I
Ingegard VIII
Maneria II
Pliepides I
Sontor (Sar'goth I)

B Class

(Geomorteus) Geology:
Partially molten

Average Diameter:
5,000 km

Atmosphere:
Extremely tenuous, few chemically active gases

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Bopak I
Callinon II
Idran II
Megiddo I
Vert I

C Class
(Geoinactive) Geology:
Ice and various rock

Average Diameter:
5,000 km

Atmosphere:
None

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Dulari III
Ingegard III
Krymir IV
Megiddo VI

D Class

(Asteroid / Moon) Geology:
Barren and cratered

Average Diameter:
500 km

Atmosphere:
None or very tenuous

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
N/A

E Class
(Geoplastic) Geology:
Molten

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Hydrogen compounds and reactive gases

Life Forms:
Carbon-cycle (rock based)

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Boranis I
Callinon I
Ingegard II
Maneria I
Vedath II

F Class
(Geometallic) Geology:
Volcanic with molten core

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Hydrogen compounds

Life Forms:
Silicon based

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Idran III
Kelnar I
Kelnar II

G Class
(Geocrystalline) Geology:
Crystalline

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Carbon Dioxide, some toxic gases

Life Forms:
Primitive, single-celled organisms

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Boranis II
Vedath III

H Class
(Desert) Geology:
Hot and arid; little to no surface water

Average Diameter:
11,500 km

Atmosphere:
Heavy gases and metal vapors

Life Forms:
Plants that require little water and are resistant to radiation; animal life

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Boranis IV
Kelnar III
Parada I
Pliepides II
Vedath I
Vert III

I Class
(Gas Super Giant) Geology:
Tenuous, comprised of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates heat

Average Diameter:
5,000,000 km

Atmosphere:
Zones vary in temperature, pressure, and composition; water vapor may be present

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Ingegard VI

J Class
(Gas Giant) Geology:
Tenuous, comprised of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates heat

Average Diameter:
75,000 km

Atmosphere:
Zones vary in temperature, pressure, and composition; water vapor may be present

Life Forms:
Hydro-Carbon based

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Ingegard VII
Maneria V
Vert VI

K Class
(Adaptable) Geology:
Barren; little to no surface water

Average Diameter:
7,500 km

Atmosphere:
Thin, mostly carbon dioxide

Life Forms:
None indigenous; can be used for colonies with the use of domes

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Bopak IV
Ingegard V
Megiddo II
Sar'goth Ka'dor (Sar'goth IV)
Vert V

L Class
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(Marginal) Geology:
Rocky and barren; little surface water

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Oxygen / Argon, high concentration of carbon dioxide

Life Forms:
Limited to no plant life; suitable for humanoid colonization

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Kelnar IV
Krymir II
Maneria III
Sar'goth Prime (Sar'goth II)
Vert II

M Class
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(Terrestrial) Geology:
Surface water abundant; if water or ice covers more than 80% of surface, is considered to be Class O or P

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Nitrogen, Oxygen, trace elements

Life Forms:
Extensive vegetation, animal life, humanoids

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Bopak III
Boranis III
Dulari II
Ingegard IV
Johnstones Rest
Kelnar V
Maneria IV
Megiddo III
Pliepides III
Sar'goth Minor (Sar'goth III)

N Class
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(Reducing) Geology:
High surface temperature due to greenhouse effect; water exists only as vapor

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Extremely dense; carbon dioxide and sulfides

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Bopak II
Krymir I
Megiddo IV

O Class
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(Pelagic) Geology:
Liquid water covers over 80% or more of surface area

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Nitrogen, Oxygen, trace elements

Life Forms:
Extensive vegetation, animal life, humanoids

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Boranis V
Dulari I
Idran IV
Parada II

P Class
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(Glaciated) Geology:
Water or ice covers over 80% or more of surface area

Average Diameter:
12,500 km

Atmosphere:
Nitrogen, Oxygen, trace elements

Life Forms:
Hardy vegetation, animal life, humanoids

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Callinon IV
Kelnar VI
Kelnar VII
Krymir III
Megiddo VII

Q Class
(Variable) Geology:
Ranges from molten to water and/or carbon dioxide ice, due to eccentric orbit or variable output of star

Average Diameter:
9,500 km

Atmosphere:
Ranges from tenuous to very dense

Life Forms:
None indigenous

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Boranis VI
Callinon III

R Class
(Rogue) Geology:
May be temperate due to geothermal venting

Average Diameter:
9,500 km

Atmosphere:
Primarily volcanic outgassing

Life Forms:
Non-photosynthetic plants, animal life

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Ronay

S-T Class
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(Ultragiant) Geology:
Tenuous, comprised of gaseous hydrogen and hydrogen compounds; radiates considerable heat

Average Diameter:
57,500,000 km

Atmosphere:
Zones vary in temperature, pressure, and composition; water vapor may be present

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Megiddo V
Boranis VII
Parada III

X, Y, Z Class
(Demon) Geology:
Temperature can exceed 500 Kelvin

Average Diameter:
30,000 km

Atmosphere:
Turbulent, saturated with toxic chemicals and thermionic radiation

Life Forms:
None

Gamma Quadrant planets of this class:
Bopak V
Ingegard I
Dulari IV

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