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Orbital Details of our Solar System According to Convention

Note: All the information provided below has been calculated by CalQlata.

The purpose of this web page is to provide the data for our calculations on planetary spin.

CalQlata has generated the orbital information for almost all the known orbiting bodies within our solar system, the principal bodies are summarised in the Tables (below).
Fig 1 shows the diagramatic results of our calculations (excluding moons/satellites).
Whilst it is not strictly true, all the orbits have been drawn (to scale) on the same axis to aid comparison. In reality, the axes of each orbit precesses (rotates) slowly about the focus point (our sun).

Fig 1. Our Solar System (drawn to scale)

Symbols & Constants

The following symbols are used in all the Tables below.

G = Newton’s gravitational constant: 6.67128190396304E-11 {m³/s²/kg}
Body Properties:
m = mass {kg}
tᵣ = rotational (spin) period {s}
ρ = density {kg/m³}
vᵣ = rotational velocity at equator {m/s}
J = polar moment of inertia {kg.m²}
Body Orbital Properties:
tₒ = orbital period {s}
a = semi-major axis of elliptical orbit {m}
b = semi-minor axis of elliptical orbit {m}
e = eccentricity of elliptical orbit
p = ½ elliptical parameter {m}
ƒ = perigee to focus {m}⁽¹⁾
x' = distance between focus and centre of elliptical orbit {m}
L = orbital length {m}
K = Newton’s constant of proportionality
A = orbital area {m²}
@ Perigee
R̂ = [minimum] distance from perigee to focus {m}
F̌ = [maximum] orbital gravitational force between bodies {N}
g = gravitational acceleration at R̂ {m/s²}⁽¹⁾
v̌ = [maximum] orbital velocity {m/s}
h = Newton's constant of motion {m²/s}⁽²⁾
PE = potential energy in orbiting body {J}
KE = kinetic energy in orbiting body {J}
E = energy in orbiting body {J}⁽²⁾
@ Apogee
Ř = [maximum] distance from apogee to focus {m}
F̂ = [minimum] orbital gravitational force between bodies {N}
g = gravitational acceleration at R̂ {m/s²}⁽¹⁾
v̂ = [minimum] orbital velocity {m/s}
h = Newton's constant of motion {m²/s}⁽²⁾
PE = potential energy in orbiting body {J}
KE = kinetic energy in orbiting body {J}
E = energy in orbiting body {J}⁽²⁾
Notes for the above Table:
⁽¹⁾ Gravitational acceleration generated by the focus centre on the orbiting body at ‘R̂’ or ‘Ř’
⁽²⁾ Newton’s constant of motion (h) of the orbiting body and its energy (E) are both constant throughout orbit

All blue values are input data from from NASA’s; 'Planets by the Numbers' or 'Facts Sheets'
All teal values are input data from CalQlata’s website
All purple values are input data from Wikipedia⁽¹⁾
All black values are calculated using the formulas provided in our web page for Laws of Motion

Refer to Symbols & Constants above for units and symbols

The Sun

The spin & body properties of our sun

The Planets

CalQlata has retained the definition of the planets just as the Greeks had done; 'Wanderers', and have therefore included the largest of the so-called dwarf planets in both of the belts (Asteroid and Kuiper) that may have a noticeable affect on spin in the solar system.

The planets have been split into the following groups:
Iron [rich]
Rocky
Gas
Ice⁽²⁾

The Iron Planets (ρ≈5400 kg/m³)

The orbital properties of the three iron-rich planets in our solar system

 Property Mercury Venus Earth Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusperioddensityvelocityωJ 3.3011E+2324397005067899.0595427.0121353.0247420121.2398008E-065.1930844E+35 4.86732E+246051800-20997359.915242.610456-1.810921992-2.9923692E-073.3086276E+37 5.96659E+246371000.68586164.099465508.258301464.5807037.2921151E-051.0821216E+37 kgmskg/m³m/sᶜ/skg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 76005225.790785E+105.667055E+100.2056137495.545968E+104.60012E+101.190665E+103.599701E+112.974914E-191.030967E+22 194141661.082067E+111.082043E+110.0067440091.082018E+111.07477E+117.297473E+086.798753E+112.974914E-193.678313E+22 31558118.41.4959461E+111.4957371E+110.016709146651.49552832E+111.470950E+112.49959808E+099.39864971E+112.97491436E-197.02944537E+22 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 4.60012E+102.07017E+22-0.062711558974.21242.71288E+15-9.52302E+325.74054E+32-3.78248E+32 1.07477E+115.59170E+22-0.011488335256.921873.78931E+15-6.00979E+333.02516E+33-2.98463E+33 1.47095E+113.65817881E+22-0.0061332327630286.00878844.45492046E+15-5.380998E+332.735455E+33-2.645543113E+33 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 6.98145E+108.98779E+21-0.027226638858.52.71288E+15-6.27478E+322.49230E+32-3.78248E+32 1.08936E+115.44288E+22-0.011182534784.63.78931E+15-5.92928E+332.94465E+33-2.98463E+33 1.52094196E+113.421649076E+22-0.0057366715329290.535562344.454920463E+15-5.20412966E+332.558586546E+33-2.645543113E+33 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

The Rocky Planets (ρ≈3400 kg/m³)

The orbital properties of the two rocky planets in our solar system
Ceres and Pallas should have a density of between 3000 and 3400 kg/m³. Either the information about these planets incorrect, or they contain a lot more water than a normal rocky planet (e.g. Mars).

 Property Mars Ceres Pallas Vesta Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusperioddensityvelocityωJ 6.4171E+23338950088642.439493934.080869240.25575927.0882360E-051.5832570E+31 9.47E+20476473.071832667.012209091.645008850.000192348.59977E+31 2.05E+20256875.832428126.82887.323957.382939250.0002233885.41079E+30 2.59E+20261146.016819231.23472.86863385.321187230.0003267187.06731E+30 kgmskg/m³m/sᶜ/skg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 59354294.42.279344E+112.269390E+110.093356762.259479E+112.066552E+112.127922E+101.429029E+122.974914E-191.625058E+23 1451649604.137611E+114.125876E+110.075263594.114174E+113.8262E+113.114115E+102.596053E+122.974914E-195.363098E+23 1456161134.14618E+114.033787E+110.2312580733.924441E+113.187342E+119.588376E+102.569945E+122.974914E-195.254253E+23 1145448003.533123E+113.519190E+110.0887211463.505312E+113.219660E+113.134627E+102.215552E+122.974914E-193.906172E+23 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 2.06655E+111.99403E+21-0.0031073726497.225185.47579E+15-4.12076E+322.25273E+32-1.86803E+32 3.82620E+118.58420E+17-9.06463E-0419311.511657.38897E+15-3.28449E+291.76584E+29-1.51864E+29 3.18734E+112.67782E+17-0.0013062522641.376637.21658E+15-8.53514E+285.25449E+28-3.28064E+28 3.21966E+113.31659E+17-0.0012801621183.41316.82034E+15-1.06783E+295.81285E+28-4.86546E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 2.49214E+111.37114E+21-0.0021366921972.35.47579E+15-3.41706E+321.54903E+32-1.86803E+32 4.44902E+116.34901E+17-6.70434E-0416606.817.38897E+15-2.82469E+291.30605E+29-1.51863E+29 5.10507E+111.04384E+17-5.09192E-0414136.17.21658E+15-5.32889E+282.04825E+28-3.28064E+28 3.84659E+112.3236E+17-8.96880E-0417730.96.82034E+15-8.93793E+284.07247E+28-4.86546E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

The Gas Planets (ρ≈1200 kg/m³)

The orbital properties of the gas planets in our solar system

 Property Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusperioddensityvelocityωJ 1.89819E+276991100035729.8571326.21681212294.02550.0001758531.92586E+39 5.6834E+265823200038361.6687.12301379537.726690.0001637881.5238918E+38 8.6813E+2525362000-62063.7091270.415139-2567.58979-0.0001012381.38902E+37 1.02413E+262462200057996.0011637.9343772667.504390.0001083383.47506E+37 kgmskg/m³m/sᶜ/skg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 374335689.67.780652E+117.771588E+110.0482545887.762535E+117.4052E+113.754522E+104.885881E+122.974914E-191.899659E+24 9295966081.426828E+121.424893E+120.052057931.422961E+121.35255E+127.427770E+108.958946E+122.974914E-196.387099E+24 2.65122E+092.869495E+122.86663E+120.0446752382.863768E+122.7413E+121.281954E+111.802057E+132.974914E-192.584206E+25 5.20033E+094.496374E+124.496074E+120.0115479634.495774E+124.44445E+125.192396E+102.825061E+132.974914E-196.351053E+25 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 7.4052E+114.59358E+23-2.41998E-0413705.902051.01495E+16-3.40164E+351.78289E+35-1.61875E+35 1.35255E+124.12275E+22-7.25402E-0510159.814921.37417E+16-5.57622E+342.93326E+34-2.64297E+34 2.7413E+121.53305E+21-1.76592E-057111.3982641.94945E+16-4.20256E+332.19515E+33-2.0074E+33 4.44445E+126.88025E+20-6.71814E-065495.7486462.44256E+16-3.05789E+331.54660E+33-1.51129E+33 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 8.1561043E+113.786687E+23-1.9948935E-0412444.0471.0149495E+16-3.088461E+351.4697145E+35-1.61875E+35 1.50111E+123.34712E+22-5.88929E-059154.361.37417E+16-5.02438E+342.38141E+34-2.64297E+34 2.99769E+121.28202E+21-1.47677E-056503.161.94945E+16-3.84311E+331.83571E+33-2.0074E+33 4.5483E+126.56965E+20-6.41486E-065370.272.44256E+16-2.98807E+331.47678E+33-1.51129E+33 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

The Ice Planet(s) (ρ≈2000 kg/m³)

The orbital properties of the ice planet(s) in our solar system
The density of these planets appears to indicate that they contain solidified and/or liquified gases heavier than H₂O

 Property Pluto Eris Haumea MakeMake Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusperioddensityvelocityωJ 1.303E+221187000-551854.0721859.960193-13.5146977-1.13856E-055.48500E+35# 1.6600E+221163051.471932402518.96813478.374816796.73872E-058.98185E+33 4.0060E+21710124.042314095.82670.666667316.53690810.0004457498.08052E+32 4.4000E+21740377.88427975.62588.235294166.28531440.0002245959.64761E+32 kgmskg/m³m/sᶜ/skg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 7.82438E+095.903940E+125.718747E+120.2484984825.539363E+124.436820E+121.467120E+123.651628E+132.974914E-191.0607E+26 176109120001.013981E+139.102147E+120.4406792798.170675E+125.671405E+124.468403E+126.049831E+132.974914E-192.899502E+26 8.96607E+096.465122E+126.3458E+120.1912380126.228679E+125.228745E+121.236377E+124.024765E+132.974914E-191.288881E+26 9.75430E+096.838685E+126.755138E+120.1558345346.672612E+125.772982E+121.065703E+124.270669E+132.974914E-191.451298E+26 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 4.43682E+128.78387E+16-6.74127E-066110.8375482.71127E+16-3.89725E+292.43287E+29-1.46438E+29 5.67140E+126.84876E+16-4.12576E-065806.0525713.29285E+16-3.88421E+292.79795E+29-1.08626E+29 5.22874E+121.94447E+16-4.85390E-065498.4867742.87502E+16-1.01671E+296.05574E+28-4.1114E+28 5.77298E+121.75201E+16-3.98185E-065154.5454442.97571E+16-1.01143E+295.84525E+28-4.26909E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 7.37106E+123.18251E+16-2.44245E-063678.262.71127E+16-2.34585E+298.81454E+28-1.46439E+29 1.46082E+131.03228E+16-6.21858E-072253.4113.29285E+16-1.50798E+294.21723E+28-1.08626E+29 7.7015E+128.96284E+15-2.23735E-063733.062.87502E+16-6.90273E+282.79133E+28-4.1114E+28 7.90439E+129.34548E+15-2.12397E-063764.632.97571E+16-7.38703E+283.11794E+28-4.26909E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ # includes the effect of Pluto's local orbit

The Moons

Only the properties of those moons that are sufficiently massive to have a significant affect on planetary spin have been included on this web page⁽³⁾.

The moons have been divided into the following groups:

The Rocky Moons

The orbital properties of the moons that orbit the iron-rich and rocky planets

 Property Moon Phobos Deimos Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 7.34892E+221.737494E+062.73159E+34 1.06585E+161116.666674.04662E+22 1.47619E+156210.7898714.68802E+18 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 2360591.4243.83006E+083.82285E+086.13518E-023.81564E+083.59508E+082.34981E+072.40423E+099.91801E-144.59984E+17 27553.843879.37348E+069.37240E+060.01522019.37131E+069.23082E+061426655.88919E+079.21852E-132.75995E+14 109074.8162.34565E+072.34565E+074.11659E-052.34565E+072.34555E+07965.6081.47381E+089.21852E-131.72852E+15 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 3.59508E+082.26251E+20-0.0030797681084.0341663.89719E+11-8.13392E+284.316475E+28-3.81741E+28 9230818.5765.35692E+15-0.5025948672170.252.00332E+10-4.94488E+222.51007E+22-2.43481E+22 234420001.14908E+14-0.0778411221351.2503873.16943E+10-2.69523E+211.34767E+21-1.34756E+21 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 4.06504E+081.77023E+20-0.002408824958.64009163.89719E+11-7.19355E+283.376107E+28-3.81744E+28 9.51615E+065.04031E+15-0.4728893532105.1351432.00332E+10-4.79661E+222.36180E+22-2.43481E+22 2.34574E+071.14764E+14-0.0778078711350.9617473.16943E+10-2.69501E+211.34745E+21-1.34756E+21 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Jupiter's Moons

The orbital properties of the four principal moons that orbit Jupiter

 Property Io Europa Ganymede Callisto Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 8.931938E+221.821557E+061.185472E+35 4.799844E+221.560917E+064.677854E+34 1.481858E+232.631200E+064.103689E+35 1.075937E+232.410459E+062.500612E+35 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 152841.594.216391E+084.216353E+080.0042492294.216315E+084.198475E+081.791641E+062.649225E+093.116452E-165.585059E+17 306806.396.708491E+086.708195E+080.0094002196.707898E+086.645430E+086.306129E+064.214976E+093.117843E-161.413775E+18 618191.981.070357E+091.070356E+090.001450291.070355E+091.068805E+091.552329E+066.725250E+093.116452E-163.599208E+18 1442016.0111.882608E+091.882554E+090.0075496961.882501E+091.868395E+091.421312E+071.182861E+103.116452E-161.113416E+19 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 4.198475E+086.418919E+22-0.71864798317407.028677.308297E+12-2.694967E+311.35321937E+31-1.341748E+31 6.645430E+081.376830E+22-0.28684889313872.397769.218805E+12-9.149627E+304.61850162E+30-4.531125E+30 1.068805E+091.643271E+22-0.11089255810894.696511.164431E+13-1.756336E+318.7944372E+30-8.768923E+30 1.868395E+093.904352E+21-0.036287918265.1086491.544249E+13-7.294872E+303.67497522E+30-3.619896E+30 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 4.233053E+086.311662E+22-0.70663971617259.711047.306128E+12-2.671760E+311.330402E+31-1.341359E+31 6.773549E+081.324937E+22-0.2760374213610.006839.218805E+12-8.975544E+304.444419E+30-4.531125E+30 1.071910E+091.631555E+22-0.11010191910863.141331.164431E+13-1.750064E+318.731714E+30-8.768923E+30 1.896821E+093.787875E+21-0.0352053488141.2456561.544249E+13-7.185235E+303.565339E+30-3.619896E+30 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Saturn's Moons

The orbital properties of the five principal moons that orbit Saturn

 Property Tethys Dione Rhea Titan Lapetus Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 6.17552E+20533118.78067.020715E+31 1.09575E+21561709.23891.382906E+32 2.30709E+21764429.72045.392616E+32 1.34553E+232574707.3483.567858E+35 1.80595E+21735636.17693.909241E+32 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 163123.1912.945867E+082.945867E+082.388583E-042.945867E+082.945164E+0870364.496581.850943E+091.040859E-152.726316E+17 236476.8133.773362E+083.773351E+080.0023385673.773341E+083.764537E+08882425.78362.370870E+091.040859E-154.473068E+17 390355.2055.270389E+085.270386E+080.0011387335.270383E+085.264388E+08600156.81323.311482E+091.040859E-158.726398E+17 13780801.221947E+091.221435E+090.0289348731.220924E+091.186590E+0935356878.427.676112E+091.040859E-154.688918E+18 68541123.560439E+093.558896E+090.0294348033.557354E+093.455638E+09104800813.82.236605E+101.040859E-153.980785E+19 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 2.94516E+082.700365E+20-0.43726931911349.613883.342647E+12-7.95302E+283.9774629E+28-3.975553E+28 3.764537E+082.93261E+20-0.267636110049.289613.783093E+12-1.103992E+295.532874E+28-5.507047E+28 5.26439E+083.15745E+20-0.1368586178492.9221364.471004E+12-1.6622E+298.320493E+28-8.30155E+28 1.18659E+093.624585E+21-0.0269380715734.9223566.805002E+12-4.3009E+302.212675E+30-2.08822E+30 3.45564E+095.736113E+18-0.0031762263361.3927221.161576E+13-1.98219E+281.020269E+28-9.61924E+27 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 2.946571E+082.692767E+20-0.43603905811344.193273.342647E+12-7.941820E+283.966267E+28-3.975553E+28 3.782186E+082.904243E+20-0.26504727210002.39743.783093E+12-1.098640E+295.479350E+28-5.507047E+28 5.276391E+083.141065E+20-0.1361484138473.601794.471004E+12-1.65789E+298.277308E+28-8.30155E+28 1.257304E+093.228136E+21-0.0239916455412.3766786.805002E+12-4.05888E+301.970654E+30-2.08822E+30 3.665240E+095.098814E+18-0.0028233383169.1669821.161576E+13-1.86884E+289.069144E+27-9.61924E+27 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Uranus' Moons

The orbital properties of the five principal moons that orbit Uranus

 Property Miranda Ariel Umbriel Titania Oberon Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 6.59414E+19234936.4021.455857E+30 1.29485E+21579067.52521.736752E+32 1.22142E+21584664.09281.670075E+32 3.41996E+21789042.73178.516914E+32 2.88344E+21761480.23336.687871E+32 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 122127.911.298389E+081.298388E+080.0014267671.298386E+081.296537E+08185249.87528.158015E+086.814207E-155.296136E+16 2177281.908993E+081.908992E+080.001326781.90899E+081.906461E+08253281.37381.199455E+096.814207E-151.144876E+17 358041.6112.659606E+082.659584E+080.0040264372.659562E+082.648897E+081070873.4351.671073E+096.814207E-152.222188E+17 752198.44.362645E+084.362641E+080.0012267924.362638E+084.357293E+08535205.94032.741129E+096.814207E-155.979285E+17 11629445.833118E+085.833111E+080.0015267545.833105E+085.824212E+08890573.84793.665054E+096.814207E-151.068934E+18 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 1296536582.272653E+19-0.3446473056689.4348538.673097E+11-2.94658E+271.4753928E+27-1.471185E+27 1906460572.063992E+20-0.1594001715516.2789611.051657E+12-3.93492E+281.9700776E+28-1.964842E+28 2648896841.008504E+20-0.0825684914686.1077461.241302E+12-2.67142E+281.341092E+28-1.33033E+28 4357292575.979285E+17-0.0305148333648.6322221.589816E+12-4.54725E+282.2764177E+28-2.270833E+28 5824212394.92471E+19-0.0170792993156.3481051.838324E+12-2.86826E+281.4363184E+28-1.431937E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 1.300242E+082.2579E+19-0.3424099516670.3735198.673097E+11-2.936998E+271.465813E+27-1.471185E+27 1.911526E+082.048934E+20-0.1582372455501.6605821.051657E+12-3.92054E+281.955697E+28-1.964842E+28 2.670314E+089.919262E+19-0.0812112514648.5224451.241302E+12-2.64938E+281.319045E+28-1.33033E+28 4.367997E+081.03755E+20-0.0303380683639.6909631.589816E+12-4.534061E+282.263228E+28-2.270833E+28 5.842024E+084.892678E+19-0.0169682093146.7248611.838324E+12-2.858912E+281.426975E+28-1.431937E+28 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Neptune's Moons

The orbital properties of the four principal moons that orbit Neptune

 Property Galatea Larissa Proteus Triton Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 4.0E+1890228.279581.302583E+28 5.0E+1897195.467771.889392E+28 5.0E+19209401.28758.769780E+29 2.139499E+221353699.8511.568256E+34 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 37043.5686.193368E+076.193368E+070.00036.193368E+076.191772E+0715960.793.891408E+085.776237E-151.205046E+16 47922.10567.353187E+077.353178E+070.0015575037.353169E+077.341734E+07114526.14.620141E+085.776237E-151.698637E+16 96968.0161.176352E+081.176352E+080.000557661.176352E+081.175696E+0865600.57.391238E+085.776237E-154.347349E+16 507772.79763.5473E+083.5473E+080.0002577083.5473E+083.546386E+0891416.672.228835E+095.776237E-153.953173E+17 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 6.191772E+077.130908E+18-1.7810507.666.506101E+11-4.415296E+262.2082187E+26-2.207077E+26 7.341734E+076.339974E+18-1.279655.977.089158E+11-4.654640E+262.3309465E+26-2.323694E+26 1.175696E+082.472263E+19-0.497626.68.966563E+11-2.906629E+271.454127E+27-1.452502E+27 3.546386E+081.162666E+21-0.054390.561.557064E+12-4.123261E+292.06217384E+29-2.061087E+29 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 6.194964E+077.113603E+18-1.77840073610502.241936.506101E+11-4.409935E+262.202858E+26-2.207077E+26 7.364639E+076.297946E+18-1.2595891699625.9402987.089158E+11-4.639187E+262.315493E+26-2.323694E+26 1.177008E+082.463306E+19-0.4926612197618.0973418.966563E+11-2.901360E+271.448857E+27-1.452502E+27 3.548215E+081.156432E+21-0.0540515364388.3017021.557064E+12-4.112193E+292.051106E+29-2.061087E+29 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Pluto's Moons

The orbital properties of the four principal moons that orbit Pluto

 Property Charon Styx Nix Hydra Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 1.546626E+21603719.07382.254836E+32 7.50.E+1548507.056750E+22 3.591364E+16190005.18593E+24 9.89121166E+1736146.281565.16936E+26 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 551836.81.885914E+071.885913E+070.0007861391.885913E+071.884431E+0714825.906111.184955E+084.539998E-111.117361E+15 1741957.924.0582602E+074.0582211E+070.004394.05818205E+074.04045E+07178102.1372.54986782E+084.53999786E-115.17398864E+15 2147440.0324.66582895E+074.66582805E+070.0006224.66582715E+074.66292730E+0729016.53832.93162651E+084.53999786E-116.83923326E+15 3300632.9286.21411953E+076.21405791E+070.0044536.21399629E+076.18644600E+07276735.2733.90442709E+084.53999786E-111.21312282E+16 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 1.884431E+073.787291E+18-0.002448744214.89807014.049607E+09-7.136890E+253.572712E+25-3.564178E+25 4.04045E+073.9949E+12-5.33E-04147.0239455.94042897E+09-1.6141192E+208.106015E+19-8.0351773E+19 4.6629273E+071.4363E+13-4.00E-04136.6022096.36966170E+09-6.69737889E+203.350772E+20-3.34660669E+20 6.186446E+072.24735E+14-2.27E-04118.8218517.35084963E+09-1.39031228E+226.982520E+21-6.92060284E+21 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 1.887397E+073.629665E+18-0.002346828214.5604564.049607E+09-6.986794E+253.422616E+25-3.564178E+25 4.07607043E+073.92538E+12-0.000523384145.7391155.94042897E+09-1.6000126E+207.9649482E+19-8.0351773E+19 4.66873061E+071.43259E+13-0.000398898136.43241046.36966170E+09-6.68871112E+203.34210442E+20-3.34660669E+20 6.24179305E+072.20761E+14-0.000223189117.76823697.35084963E+09-1.37796314E+226.85902856E+21-6.92060284E+21 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ

Periodic Comets

The following Table is provided for information only as comets have negligible effect of the movement of the planets unless they pass extremely close-by
Apart from Halley's, these comets have been selected at random

 Property Halley's C/2001 OG108 Loneos 3200 Phaeton P/2009 WX51 Catalina (CSS) Units Body Properties as a Focus Centre: massradiusJ 2.200E+145646.2161732.80541862E+21 7.26384E+1485002.0992509E+22 1.84812E+1325004.6202957E+19 117550672042152.1735119E+14 kgmkg.m² Orbit Parameters: periodabepƒx'lengthKarea 2.39989E+092.68515495E+126.8051429E+110.9673522191.72466657E+118.76643518E+102.5974906E+121.15513608E+132.97491436E-195.74058927E+24 15305436001.989477E+127.547094E+110.9252530042.862995E+111.487074E+111.840770E+129.084685E+122.974914E-194.71703E+24 452304001.901642E+118.675451E+100.8898729673.957814E+102.094222E+101.69222E+119.024459E+112.974914E-195.182875E+22 1707266164.610089E+113.098679E+110.7404134542.082783E+111.196717E+113.413372E+112.447039E+122.974914E-194.487824E+23 smmmmmmm² Orbit Properties at Perigee: R̂F̌gv̌hPEKEE 8.76644E+103.7989353E+12-0.01726788854572.290314.78404446E+15-3.330312E+233.27595E+23-5.4363649E+21 1.4870745E+114.35899E+12-0.00600094741449.584086.16386E+15-6.48215E+236.23989E+23-2.42261E+22 2.0942221E+105.59203E+12-0.302579708109432.81562.29177E+15-1.1711E+231.10661E+23-6.44846E+21 1.1967171E+111.08925E+08-0.00926621243931.202835.25732E+15-1.30352E+191.13433E+19-1.691886E+18 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ Orbit Properties at Apogee: ŘF̂gv̂hPEKEE 5.28264556E+121.0461766E+09-4.755348E-06905.61526414.78404446E+15-5.5265802E+219.02152909E+19-5.4363649E+21 3.83025E+126.5704967E+09-9.04548E-061609.2596036.16386E+15-2.51666E+229.40565E+20-2.42261E+22 3.59386E+111.89886E+10-0.0010274546376.8896032.29177E+15-6.82423E+213.75766E+20-6.44846E+21 8.02346E+112423186.59-2.06140E-046552.4368155.25732E+15-1.94423E+182.52349E+17-1.691886E+18 mNm/s²m/sm²/sJJJ
Halley's is the best understood of all our comets. The mass of the other three comets is unknown but their radii appear to be known⁽⁵⁾. Therefore, the mass of the other three comets is based upon the density of Halley's comet.

Notes

1. Wikipedia has been used only where accurate and reliable data was not available from the NASA website
2. Ice is used here as a general term to define frozen (solid) substances that would exist as a gas or liquid on earth
3. Whilst CalQlata has analysed virtually all known moons in the solar system (including the 100 or so additional moons around Jupiter and Saturn), the vast majority are too small to be included in CalQlata's platnetary spin calculations and have therefore been omitted from this page
4. Whilst CalQlata has analysed virtually all known moons in the solar system (including the 100 or so additional moons around Jupiter and Saturn), the vast majority are too small to be included in CalQlata's platnetary spin calculations and have therefore been omitted from this page
5. C/2001 OG108 Loneos (page 183), 3200 Phaeton, P/2009 WX51 Catalina (CSS) (Table 3)