Orbiting at an unbelievable distance of 710 AU (over 66 billion kilometers) from Gorgon, Slekon is a huge gas giant, with an atmosphere tainted by methane and chlorine.
Its 17.8 sol-mass star cannot have formed before 7.48 million years ago. At that age, Jupiter had a radius upward of 100,000 km.
Slekon is more likely a young Neptune in mass.
- The star chart for the system depicts Slekon with its rings.
- While 710 AU (about 106,2 billion km) as stated in the description is more than 66 billion kilometers, the distance corresponds to about 66 billion miles rather than kilometers.