|Orbital Distance||11.2 AU|
|Orbital Period||68.6 Earth Years|
|Day Length||28.2 Earth Hours|
|Surface Temp||−236 °C|
|Surface Gravity||6.6 g|
|Mass||22.885 Earth Masses|
A large planet composed of ice surrounding a rocky core, Partholon retains trace gases of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. Its crushing gravity makes for an inhospitable stay and makes most mining unfeasible. However, its orbit's proximity to the mass relay in the system means space travelers will for the next few years use it for a gravitational slingshot to add speed on their way to and from Caleston.
Initial Scanner Result: Rich
- Partholon may be named after a leader of colonists to Ireland in Irish mythology.