- 1 Description
- 2 Climate
- 3 Features
- 4 Flora and Fauna
- 5 Amuri
- 6 Clans
- 7 Extras
Amura is a warm terra located 125.54 light years from Earth. It is one of four planets (Other three being Voodovevor, Notop, and Oso) that orbit around a star called Beid (Omicron1 Eridani) and it is about 2.90 AU from the star. It alongside Notop are binary planets, orbiting around one another while making them both position second from Beid. Amura only has one moon, a titan called Tillo. It and all other objects in the system except for Voodovevor have life on them.
The planet is 366.175 million years old; meaning it has been around since the Devonian period on Earth, making the life there relatively young. Although the planet has oxygen in the atmosphere for the life evolvin…
Well, I created this and take this cool picture. What are the objects by the way? Well from left to right, that is Amura, Notop, and Tillo. All are habitable. The star in the background is a real star called Beid (Omicron1 Eridani). By the way, I created those object, so you will not find them in Space Engine.
Kepler-452 b is an exoplanet located 1.402 ly away from Earth, it was thought to be the most earth-like Planet ever found, but it actually wasn't.
The planet is divided into 2 supercontinents, Haunek and Pantapa, Haunek in the North and Pantapa in the South.
Due to being much larger than Earth, it's population is actually smaller than Earth's, being actually only 3.928.529 people, 96% are Humans, while 4% are other alien races.
Currently, the capital of the planet is the city of Hamaz'ek, wich has a population of 3.4 million people, being also the largest and most populous city of Kepler-452 b.
Im confused about the RS code system
I recently noticed that we have some articles with °C and some others with °F as measurement units.
Since I think that our wiki should have an inclusive, international and scientifical approach in my opinion it would be a good idea to just use Kelvin as standard unit for all articles. That would prevent any measurement unit debates in the future.
What do you think? Is it a good idea, or should we stick with either Celsius or Fahrenheit?