Atos System (Bassarid Model)

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Pictured: The current model of the Atos System, as mapped by the New Zimian Space Exploration and Settlement Agency.

The Atos System is the stellar system in which the planet Micras exists. The following data is a result of many years of significant effort by Bassarid scientists genuinely seeking to develop and improve resources for scientists and researchers around the world and is not recognized by the international community at large. Of particular dispute is the existence of the moons of Thalassa, Nephele, and Glinos, and the multitude of asteroids which comprise the system's major asteroid belt.

In the 41.50s PSSC, the Bassarid government clarified its claims to this research, citing a desire to improve respect for the wishes of those nations and world leaders who regard Bassarid contributions to the global community as anathema.

Non-Bassarid research regarding the Atos System can be found at the Micronational Astronomy Society. All those who seek to avoid relying on any Bassarid research may instead rely on the abundance of data compiled over many years at that location.

Overview

The Atos System as it is currently understood, was defined in the early 32.80's PSSC by researchers working for the New Zimian Space Exploration and Settlement Agency. Current models of the Atos System also reflect research completed by scientists in Mercury.

Overview of Planets

Planet Name Planet Image
Mass (kg) Radius (Km) Solar Day (hours) Orbital Period (days) Semi-Major Axis (au) Periapsis (au) Apoapsis (au) Albedo Surface Temperature (k) Surface Gravity (m/s^2) Axial Tilt (degrees) Inclination (degrees) Orbital Speed (km/s)
Eos EosCycles.png 3.32E+07 2,512 84.3 110 .414 .418 .418 .88 1,050 3.19 14.6 7.6 41.2
Micras Micrasphyssphere.png 7.74E+24 6,875 24 183 .58 .583 .584 .32 288 10.9 22.5 0 34.8
Tarsica Tarsicaview.png 9.45E+22 1,737 327 24.8 .0019 .002 .002 .16 255 2.09 8.1 3.1 9.27
Pyros PyrosCycles.png 5.88E+24 6,576 14.1 pagename 336 .874 .876 .878 .25 241 9.07 21.1 1.5 28.4
Indigo IndigoCycles.png 4.52E+24 5,858 79.1 488 1 .93 1.3 .37 202 8.79 9.3 1.3 21.7
Plateau Plateau2018.png 9.45E+22 143 6.54 .23 .00007 .00007 .00007 .3 174 .2 3.4 4.99 31.9
Momiji MomijiCycles.png 9.07E+23 3,478 3.16 7.84 .0009 .0009 .001 .13 321 5 4.24 2.55 26.3
Ivory Ivory2018.png 7.99E+18 77.1 9.29 .71 .00009 .00009 .0001 .09 182 .08 3.05 2.04 23
Asteroid Belt 1.33 (Inner), 1.86 (Outer) 1.33 (Inner), 1.86 (Outer)
Chrysos ChrysosCycles.png 1.47E+27 83,704 10.6 1,507 2.29 2.09 2.49 .06 131 14 4.69 .01 27.9
Fenrir Fenrir2018.png 1.56E+23 1,850 36.9 2.14 .003 .003 .003 .01 151 3.05 1.5 .2 21.2
Lukedu Lukedu2018.png 1.07E+23 1,567 27.9 4.45 .005 .005 .005 .44 166 2.91 .9 0 29
Agnis Agnis2018.png 7.97E+22 1,415 14.2 10.5 .009 .009 .009 .35 136 2.74 3.7 0 25.9
Thalassa ThalassaCycles.png 8.90E+26 87,770 7.83 2,541 3.29 3.07 3.51 0 110 7.71 37.6 .38 15
Styx Styx2018.png 2.68E+23 1,925 48 2 .002 .002 .002 0 147 4.84 2.4 0 6.34
Faun Faun2019.png 5.47E+22 1,323 71.6 3.4 .00338 .00336 .00341 .22 137 2.08 33.5 .000812 10.8
Silenus Silenus2019.png 1.62E+23 1,836 184 6.91 .00543 .00542 .00545 .03 74.6 3.2 27.4 .0049 8.55
Nephele NepheleCycles.png 7.04E+26 53,741 16.8 4,108 4.65 4.63 4.67 .6 78.2 16.3 99.7 .627 12.3
Cato Cato2019.png 4.11E+23 2,450 531 .5 .00087 .00083 .0009 .45 26.4 4.57 23.1 .00151 23.4
Sisera Sisera2019.png 7,31E+22 1,497 61.8 1.38 .0018 .00178 .00182 .42 12.9 2.18 18.7 .101 20.7
Erasmus Erasmus2019.png 1.17E+23 1,878 79.1 2.3 .00241 .0024 .00241 .13 12.7 2.21 32.7 .000249 16.3
Glinos GlinosCycles.png 2.04E+26 46,750 17.9 6,785 6.37 6.12 6.62 .72 58.1 6.24 19.5 5.4 10.6
Nikolaj Nikolaj2019.png 1.65E+23 2,113 1.06 .307 .0004 .00039 .00043 0 224 2.47 28.4 .00364 14.2
Noctis NoctisCycles.png 1.40E+23 1,904 9.34 8,001 7.38 7.38 7.38 .16 142 2.58 23.2 12 10
Opsithe OpsitheCycles.png 5.57E+22 1,474 31.2 20,523 13.5 13.3 13.7 .57 41.3 1.71 7.88 1.6 7.23

Overview of Asteroids

The following is a list of the largest asteroids found in the asteroid belt which divides the Inner Atos System from the Realm of the Gas Giants. Most of the asteroids take their names from Bassaridianism, one of Micras' most important religions. One of the asteroids is named after the celebrated Craitish footballer Freddie Gaärsen, while another is named for the alcoholic beverage made from the national fruit of Craitland.

Planet Name Planet Image
Mass (kg) Radius (Km) Solar Day (hours) Orbital Period (days) Semi-Major Axis (km) Periapsis (au) Apoapsis (au) Albedo Surface Temperature (k) Surface Gravity (m/s^2) Axial Tilt (degrees) Inclination (degrees) Orbital Speed (km/s)
Euphrosyne 100px 7.77E+19 165 129 759 2.26E+08 1.47 1.55 .32 152 .133 7.6 9.25 22.2
Mugwort 100px 1.36E+04 93 435 762 2.27E+06 1.49 1.55 .53 162 .107 9.3 9.24 21.2
Malem 100px 2.16E+20 232 131 772 2.29E+06 1.52 1.53 .17 163 .268 6.07 6 21.5
Krater 100px 1.35E+19 92 64 792 2.33E+06 1.55 1.56 .41 162 .106 7.07 6.94 21.3
Tar 100px 4.18E+20 289 27 807 2.36E+06 1.55 1.59 .05 161 .334 6.19 6.74 21.2
Agave Agaveasteroid.png 1.67E+21 459 41 802 2.35E+06 1.56 1.57 .11 161 .62 7.56 13.3 21.2
Liknon 100px 1.01E+20 180 328 819 2.38E+06 1.56 1.62 .64 160 .208 7.5 7.39 21.2
Thalia 100px 8.96E+20 373 656 807 2.35E+08 1.57 1.58 .11 160 .43 0 6.74 21.2
Kantharos 100px 1.06E+20 183 98 833 2.41E+06 1.59 1.63 .11 158 .55 11.1 10.9 20.8
Gaärsen 100px 1.2E+21 411 22 859 2.46E+06 1.64 1.64 .75 157 .475 17.6 7.32 20.8
Salpinx 100px 1.43E+2.30 202 321 924 2.58E+06 1.65 1.8 .21 151 .233 34 7.54 19.5
Scourge 100px 5.16E+20 210 66 916 2.56E+06 1.66 1.76 .12 152 .358 67 9.85 19.8
Thyrsus 100px 5.5E+19 147 128 944 2.61E+06 1.66 1.84 .38 157 .17 12.2 8.5 21.2
Melusine 100px 5.41E+20 315 82 892 2.52E+06 1.68 1.68 .42 156 .364 8.6 7.2 20.5
Retis 100px 2.77E+10 117 53 940 2.61E+06 1.69.3 1.8 .11 151 .135 16.7 7.52 19.6
Oslic 100px 2.99E+19 120 218 926 2.58E+06 1.72 1.73 .11 154 .139 4.3 8.8 20.3
Aglaea 100px 1.63E+19 115 44 948 2.62E+08 1.73 1.78 .28 152 .133 77.9 7.42 19.9
Redquill 100px 9.24E+26 39 34.8 948 2.8E+08 1.87 1.87 .51 2.7 .0407 14.5 0.34 19.5

Star Maps

The following Star Maps were produced by Dr.Spangle in 483 WG (November 12,2008).