|Orbital Distance||4.0 AU|
|Orbital Period||8.0 Earth Years|
|Day Length||51.6 Earth Hours|
|Atm. Pressure||0.49 atm|
|Surface Temp||−85 °C|
|Surface Gravity||1.6 g|
|Mass||2.159 Earth Masses|
Home to the famous Iron Canyons, Aequitas has reddish iron oxide dust (hematite) covering much of its surface and significant blue cobalt deposits that freckle the terrain. Turian explorers have discovered hot springs in the polar ice caps, heated by magma in the planet's crust. In a strange combination of science and hucksterism a small facility exports water from these springs, which is bottled and sold as having medicinal properties. The funds are then used to maintain a research station, which has discovered some fossil evidence that Aequitas once harbored microscopic life, based on deoxyribonucleic acids in these springs.
- Assignment: N7: Abandoned Mine
Initial Scanner Result: Rich
- Æquitas is Latin for "justice" or "equality". In Roman mythology, Aequitas (or Aecetia), is also the god of merchants and fair trade.
- A bug exists in Mass Effect 3 that causes the planet to be highlighted as a mission world, but the game does not allow you to land on the planet.
- Aequitas is a Galaxy at War mission location in Mass Effect 3: Datapad.