Kasavoa

The third planet from the central star.

Geography

The planet is defined by high seismic activity and temperatures, both of which are fueled by the Kaleidoscope. As a result, a great portion of its surface is covered in lava.

Fauna & Flora

Due to the heat and sulphurous fumes, there is no life to be found on Kasavoa.
Table of Contents
Alternative Name(s)
Éisabó, The Molten Planet
Type
Planet

Distance from the star
149,600,000 km

Diameter
12,756 km

Natural satellite(s)
Ranul, Inekoa

Minimum Distance from the Kaleidoscope
303,313,494 km

Maximum Distance from the Kaleidoscope
666,865,506 km



Cover image: by Kathrin Janowski

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