|Orbital Distance||0.9 AU|
|Orbital Period||1.6 Earth Years|
|Day Length||16.6 Earth Hours|
The first and larger of the two gas giants in the Hawking Eta gateway system, Teshub is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium. The brown and orange coloration in its upper cloud decks is caused by the upwelling of sulfur from lower levels of the atmosphere.
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- Teshub may be named for the god of sky and storm in the ancient Hurrian pantheon.