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Nike ~ By Rhys & Zara

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Elizabeth Harris

on 12 May 2016

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Nike ~ By Rhys & Zara
What Are The Geographical Factors Of This Planet?
Since The Planet Is similar to Earth, it has many of the same factors. This includes moderate temperatures, reasonable land mas, and is made up of gases and particles that can Support Human Life on the Planet.
How Strong Is The Gravitational Pull?
Nike's Gravitational pull is a medium strength, it has a gravitational pull of 10.000 meters per seconds squared (m/s2). Nike is 420,500km away from the Moon. The two bodies orbit each other, causing a gravitational pull that makes the tide of Nike Rise and fall twice each day. The pull that is created keeps the water from flowing off the planet.
About Nike & Why Is It Called Nike?
NIKE (or Nicé) was the winged goddess or spirit (daimon) of victory, both in battle and peaceful competition. When Zeus was gathering allies at the start of the Titan War, Styx brought her four children, Nike (Victory), Zelos (Rivalry), Kratos (Strength) and Bia (Force) into the service of the god. Nike was appointed her charioteer, and all four were appointed as sentinels standing beside the throne of the god. Nike is a greek goddess who has the wings of an angel and rides a chariot. She was used to represent victory. We decided To call our Planet Nike to represent the victory of creating a livable planet.
What are the Climatic Conditions and why?
The Minimum Temperature is -90°C,
And the maximum is 40°C. The average temperature around the Globe would be around 20°C. This is due to the size of the Planet.
How Much Sunlight Is Received On This Planet? How Will it Affect The Length Of The Day
Since Planet Nike is in between Earth and Mars, which are close to the Sun, Nike will receive 35% of Sun Light around the Globe, meaning that the days will be 16 hours, as Nike is located between the two planets, near Sun.
How Long Is The Orbital Period Around The Sun?
The Orbital Period goes For 370 days, as he Planet is Larger than Earth, But still Spins around the Sun nearly as fast as Earth.
How Close To The Sun?
How Does This Affect Possible Life On This Planet?
The Planet is 1.03AU (154,085,086km) From the Sun. This means that the Climate is a moderate Temperature and able to support Human Life.

What Particles Is The Planet Made Up Of?
How much Carbon Dioxide Does The Planet Contain?How Will This Affect Life
How many Degrees Does The Planet Tilt On It's Axis?
What Is The Radius And Mass?
How Does The Axis Tilt Affect The Seasons?
How Is Liquid Water Present On The Panet?
80% of Nitrogen, 25% of Oxygen, 1% of Arogon, 0.05% of Carbon Dioxide with a very small percent of other elements. It also contains water vapour, traces of dust particles, plant grains, pollen, and other solid particles.
This Planet contains Carbon Dioxide (0.05%) and Oxygen (25%), allowing the Planet to have life on it.
Since the planet is bigger than Earth, it won't have as big of a tilt (22.5°) But the Axis is still similar to Earths, Therefore the seasons still work the same.
The radius of Nike is 7,582km with a mass of 6.072 x 10^30kg. The radius is important because it measures the distance between a planets center and it's surface. The mass is also important because it is able to tell the weight and area of the planet.
The axis tilt affects the seasons because, the sesos are caused by the planets tilt on it's axis. The planet loops around the sun once each year. Summer happens when the hemisphere that is tilted towards the sun. and the winter happens in the hemisphere that is tilted away from the sun.
Nike is 154.085,086km (1.03AU) away from the sun. Earth is 150,000,000km (1.0AU) away from the Sun. Earth has liquid water, seeing that Nike is a small distance away from Earth, it receives a very similar amount of Sunlight. Meaning that the Sun Will melt the Ice and keep it as liquid water, just as it did for Earth.
Nike is Placed Here
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