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Transcript of Gallifrey
time on Gallifrey
A Gallifreyan month is probably equal to 27 days on Earth. Gallifrey time is told in 18 hour days. 9 hours of daylight and 9 hours of night. Gallifreyan seconds, minutes, days, years are identical to the ones used on Earth. The length of a year is about 324 days.
Gallifreyan PLANET information
The surrounding system
The Gallifrey system has six planets: Gallifrey, Karn, a frozen gas giant named Polarfrey, Kasterborus the Fibster, an asteroid, and another unknown planet, possibly Demos. Gallifrey and Karn are the second and third planets in the system. The moon of Galifrey, Pazithi Gallifreya, is it's natural satellite and orbits the planet every 27 days. There are two suns in Gallifrey’s solar system, one original one and one artificial one created for protection.
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Gallifrey is a planet in the constellation of Kastorborus. It is believed to be 250 million light-years away from Earth, and is home to the Time Lords. The distance from Gallifrey to the sun is 2,36513211021 kilometers. It is also known as The Shining World of the Seven Systems.
The Galactic coordinates of Gallifrey are ‘10-0-11-0-0 by 0-2 from Galactic Zero Center.
Gallifrey is told to be several times larger than Earth, with two suns.
From orbit, Gallifrey looks rust colored, with brown lakes and gray clouds. From the planet's surface, it has an orange sky, snow-capped mountains, fields of red grass, and trees with silver leaves. There are also green forests, golden fields and red deserts, but overall it seems to be a much drier world than Earth. Less than half the planet is made up of water. It also has 3 seas.
The atmosphere of Gallifrey is made up of 77% Nitrogen, 21% Oxygen, 2% Other gases, similar to Earth. The diameter is 89 293,4 kilometers, the circumference 280526,12 kilometers, and the mass is 4,1805331025 kilograms. Gallifrey is seven times larger than Earth, but Gallifrey's gravity, orbital, radius, star, type, pressure, temperature, and oxygen levels, are the same as Earth. For example, a 50 pound bag on Earth would weigh the same on Gallifrey.
Gallifrey has basically the same seasons as Earth, but drier. There are about 6 seasons, Spring, mild summer, hot summer, fall, mild winter, and cold winter.
Why I chose this planet
Gallifrey is the home of the Time Lords. The Time Lords are time travelers that travel through space and existence saving lives, and planets, and picking up random chicks to go on adventures with who usually die within half a year. The Doctor is the last of the Time Lords, the rest all having died out. He travels around using a TARDIS, which stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space.
Instead of dying, a Time Lord will regenerate, or change form to cheat death about 12 times in most cases.
I chose Gallifrey as a meteorologist because is basically has the same weather patterns as Earth. Humans don't like change, so this planet will be suitable. Gallifrey is drier so we will have to conserve water and build reservoirs to keep a constant supply of water.
There have been twelve regenerations of the Doctor.
Why i chose this planet
As a Sociologist/Psychologist I chose Gallifrey because it is similar to Earth in many ways, such as temperature and pressure. I know that humans do not like change, so Gallifrey will be the best possible choice. There will be conflict about water sources, but I believe as a species, we can work past that.
Humans will need to learn to conserve water and be friendly and work out some sort if agreement with the native species there, the Time Lords. Humans will also need to adapt the large space, and divide it with the remaining people.
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Gallifreyan plants and animals
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why i chose this planet geologist
Gallifrey has a large variety of animals, including flutterwings, woporats, trunkikes, yaddlefish, taffleshrews, pig-rats, rabbits, cats, and rovies
SUpplies needed and how we can sustain them
We probably would need to bring about a couple months worth of food unitl we figured out a way to hunt/gather the animals/plants on Gallifrey. We would need clothes, and some form of diplomat to meet the Gallifreyans. We would be able to grow things on Gallifrey, but we would need to be taught or figure it out ourselves.
I chose this planet as a Geologist because it has a very interesting surface which is quite similar to Earth. The panet's surface has an orange sky, snow-capped mountains, large fields with red grass, and trees that grow with silver leaves. If something bad were to happen on Earth, then Gallifrey would be the ideal place to take shelter.
As a biologist I chose Gallifrey because of it's vast wildlife. There are many animals and plants, some the same as on Earth. The Gallifreyans also look a lot like humans, making an easier transition for humans to adjust to living on the planet.
As an astronomer, I chose Gallifrey because space around it is much like Earth. There is other planets, a moon, and a heat source, in this case, two suns.
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