Moons, planetoids, artificial objects
A planet is a significant astronomical object with a stable orbit, typically around a star.1
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Types of planets
- Gas giant
- Often large in size, gas giants have little or no solid surface. Instead, they consist largely of swirling gases—mainly hydrogen and helium—in a dense atmosphere.2
- Ice giant
- Unlike gas giants, ice giants are composed of heavier elements—such as carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur—in solid or liquid form.3
- Terrestial planet
- Terrestial planets or rocky planets have a solid metallic core with a surrounding silicate rock mantle. The deeper parts of the mantle may or may not be molten, but the outer surface of the planet is solid.4
Travel between planets is generally accomplished via spaceships and starships.56
- ↑ Planet, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Gas giant, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Ice giant, Wikipedia.
- ↑ Terrestrial planet, Wikipedia.
- ↑ James L. Sutter. (September 30, 2016). Starfinder—What We've Revealed So Far, Paizo blog.
- ↑ Charlie Hall. (November 17, 2016). Starfinder hopes to do for space opera what D&D has done for fantasy, Polygon.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Matt Miller. (December 9, 2016). Top of the Table: The Starfinder Interview, Page 2, Game Informer.