|Has solid surface||Yes|
|Can be landed on||Yes|
|Can be splashed-down on||No|
It is a small, solid planet with no atmosphere. It can be landed on, but only with extreme care due to its powerful gravitational pull.
- The small size and high gravitational pull (a little over 1 NCU/s) is due to its high density.
- It may be used as a checkpoint to SOL in the solar probes mission.
- A geometric positioning experiment performed using the NaviComps of multiple spacecraft indicates that PURs calculated diameter is 6 Units, and not a radius of 1.5 NaviComp units as initially reported. (Photos in the comments section below)
|Planets||BLU • PUR • KAT • GOL • HOM • EMA • JOR • LUN • GRN • RED • YEL • ENC|
|STA • MSS • ADS|
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