Aberdeen

Moon in the Stanton system

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Aberdeen : Stanton 1b
SystemStanton
TypeMoon
HabitableNo
AffiliationUEE
LocationOrbits Hurston

Aberdeen or Stanton 1b is a natural satellite of Hurston. It was named after scientist Aberdeen Hurston, designer of the company's first antimatter warhead.[1]

Atmosphere

Surface pressure 0.69 atm
Height 16,000 m
Surface temperature range 220 °C to 230 °C

428 °F to 444 °F

Composition

Aberdeen's atmosphere is comprised primarily of sulfur dioxide and sulfur oxide, giving it a yellow tint. Trace amounts of sodium chloride are also present. The resulting mixture is toxic to humans, and breathing equipment is mandatory. Surface conditions are hazy and cloudy, leading to reduced visibility.

Chemical Formula Full Name Amount
SO2 Sulfur Dioxide 89.8%
SO Sulfur Oxide 9.3%
NaCl Sodium Chloride 0.9%

Satellites

Locations

HDMS-Norgaard

HDMS-Anderson

HDMO-Dobbs

Klescher Rehabilitation Facility

Gallery


References

  1. ↑ Stanton 1b: Aberdeen - Starmap