Planetary Drones by Planet Sort and Type
.:: Ab Cryon (roughly 0k), roughly -459.7f, -273.1c ::.
.:: Ap Cryon (roughly 100k), roughly -279.7f, -173.1c ::.
.:: Ad Cryon (roughly 200k), roughly -99.67f, -73.15c ::.
.:: Ak Cryon (roughly 250k), roughly -9.67f, -23.15c ::.
.:: Tropion (roughly 300k), roughly -80.33f, -26.85c ::.
.:: Un Thermon (roughly 400k), roughly -260.3f, -126.9c ::.
.:: On Thermon (roughly 500k), roughly -440.3f, -226.9c ::.
.:: An Thermon (roughly 600k), roughly -620.3f, -326.9c ::.
.:: Ak Thermon (roughly 700k), roughly -800.3f, -426.9c ::.
.:: At Thermon (roughly 800k), roughly -980.3f, -526.9c ::.
.:: Ad Thermon (roughly 900k), roughly -1160.3f, -626.9c ::.
.:: Ap Thermon (roughly 2000k), roughly -3140f, -1727c ::.
Has an atmosphere with winds and/or weather ::.
An entirely gas planet - weather expected ::.
An entirely ocean or water planet - whether frozen or not - whether ammonia or water ::.
A mineral planet without an atmosphere - likely with low gravity ::.
A desert planet ::.
A planet with continents ::.
A planet with lavish and rich plant life ::.
A planet in molten state ::.
A planet with great mass - and likely great gravity ::.
A planet with an ionosphere ::.
A planet with a Magnetosphere ::.
A planet with fauna, and perhaps intelligent life ::.
A planet with extraterrestrial culture and/or civilization ::.
A sun or star ::.
*Planets can accumulate a single general Temperature and more than one Sort. The more Sorts a planet accumulates the more valuable and attractive the planet is to Eve*
.:: Plasma ::.
.:: Anti-Plasma ::.
.:: Meta-Plasma ::.
.:: Magnetic Fields ::.
.:: Comets ::.
.:: Meteors ::.
.:: Meteorites (travel faster and are smaller) ::.
.:: Debris ::.
.:: Dust ::.
.:: Black Holes ::.
.:: Binary and Abnormal Stars and Pulsars & Quasars ::.
.:: Cosmic Life Cycles ::.
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