An enhanced image of the planet. The red glow is Naraan airglow, emanating from helium excited by the planet's violent lightning storms.

WMA52 l, officially named Naraa after a Cilencreeite lord of the underworld, is the outermost planet orbiting WMA52. Unlike all other planets in the system, it orbits in a trefoil-shape, in part due to galactic peturbations.


Naraa formed roughly 2.9 billion years ago with Epsilona Revoluta when it was still in its birth cluster with WMA52. It was the smallest of Epsilona's five gas giants, falling just behind Amune's 104 Earth masses. Despite being the "runt" of the stellar litter, it exerted considerable force due to its large stellar separation, with reconstructions seeing it gaining a system of exceptionally massive moons and over a hundred bodies larger than one kilometer. According to a majority (>3σ) of models, once Teabags and Amune started to push out, a close encounter with Teabags sent it hurtling out of the system while disrupting both giants' moon systems. Today, this is visible in the outermost of Teabags's major moons, Alicanae, as numerous features suggesting it wasn't formed with Teabags.

fifth gas giant ejected from Epsilona Revoluta due to Amune and Teabags hitting a 1:2 resonance.



The planet's mass is approximately 102 times that of the Earth, not counting its moon system. From its average cloudtop height at its equator, the planet spans 7.24689 times the size of earth. The planet's average density is 1.478 g/cm3, and its cloudtop gravity is 1.942 times that of Earth.


Its temperature never rises above 30K, with the average hovering around 17k. Almost all volatiles have frozen into deeper layers of the planet's atmosphere, with the exception of hydrogen (which undergoes a cycle analogous to the Water Cycle on Earth) and helium (which remains gaseous down to 4 kelvin). For a gas giant, its rotation period is anomalously slow, rotating once every 4 days.

Naraa's atmosphere is divided into northeasterly Zones and southwesterly Belts. At the poles, upwellings of hydrogen create that massive polar cells that extend more than 30 degrees from the poles. ]wi

Habitable: no (temp)

Colonized: Yes

Naraa has sixty-three moons, though Bakawu, Oudix, Noahax and Ullrov are the most significant.

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