View Full Version : What conditions should be on a hot planet 3x as massive as Earth?

2007-Aug-08, 01:50 PM
How hostile conditions should be on a 3 Me terrestrial planet orbiting a Sunlike star at 0.14 AUs with an eccentricity of around 0.02?I calculated the temperature using an online calculator and it would be around 460 degress Celsius or 733.15 Kelvin w/o any greenhouse effect of the atmosphere but how much volcanic would be that planet and what atmosphere it should have or would the sputtering from solar winds destroy the atmosphere?
Also, if it would have an atmosphere, how thick it can be and how much it would boost the temperature of that planet?
Thanks in advance for all the answers.
I am just too interested in hot and hostile worlds.

2007-Aug-08, 01:58 PM
Sorry, please delete this duplicate of earlier version.

2007-Aug-08, 11:57 PM
Why don't you browse the same sources we would need to browse in order to have any kind of a chance at an answer?

Without some sort of information on the initial composition of the planet, questions about volcanic and/or atmospheric conditions on a hypothetical planet are unanswerable.

2007-Aug-09, 11:40 AM
You deleted the wrong version, this is the old bad version.
Composition - normal like Earth or Venus