Planet Agua By Mia Gallardo and Gavin Haney

Basic Information:

  • Distance from nearest star like our Sun: 46.48 million miles
  • 5.9035 amount of gravitational force
  • Length of one day: 20 hours
  • Length of one year: 269 days
  • Planet Agua is 1979.5 miles I'm radius size (half of Earth's size)

Planet Agua's seasons are simular to Earth, but are also different in a good way. Agua has a barely tilted axis. As a result, this planet only has two seasons, summer and winter. Fortunately, our planet mostly consists of Summer, though it does not reach to a point where it is too hot. Summer gets to a certain temperature where lots of crops flourish on this planet. Winter does get very cold, but for short periods of time that does not affect plants or animals too much.

As you already know, Agua has Summer and Winter. The temperature reaches to about 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and in Winter never gets a temperature below 25 degrees. The climate is mostly breezy and warm.

Visual of what most islands look like

Planet Agua gets its name from the huge amounts of lakes and rivers there are in the different lands. Luckily for the plants, it never gets a dry and sticky climate. Almost all parts of this planet has rainforessts, flourishing with lots of different animals, some that we have never seen beftore. The air is very clear and with the right amount temperature, crops, and animals, its the perfect place to live because of all of the resources it contains!

Part of the outside areas

Agua is half the size of Earth. Bringing a few million to this planet will still be beneficial; humans will be less cramped and will be able to find resources quicker and faster with a smaller space.

Come visit Planet Agua for all your good needs!!

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