XI-Futura 102 is a (fictional) yellow-star Solar System formed near another star. This star is 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years old, likely way behind the likely age of our universe. But it's not in our universe-- it's in a universe that is 9,4994,309,324,4520,435,243 billion years old!
This solar system must be more antique than you think.
System and Roleplay
CURRENT SOLAR DATE: Jan 4, 3000.
12:04 JAN 3 3000: It hit.
January 3, 3000: It's going to hit today! Updated at about 10:00, the asteroid will hit in about 2 hours!
January 2, 3000: The asteroid grew and grew causing to make the date of the end of the system farther away when the asteroid hits at about 12:00 tomorrow.
Dec 31, 2999: The system was formed from a very strong gravity-stopper on the surface of a black hole. Some gas and dust came near this gravity-stopper and got trapped in the event horizon. A buldged-off slow-burning asteroid came close and got trapped in the gas and dust to create a core. This core will burn for about another 5,394,242 trillion billion million thousand hundred years (plus the years it takes for the second core which is an asteroid to burn), until a predicted cease in the gas, causing the gravity-stopper to start melting, and will completely disappear 4,345,361,345 years after the predicted cease.
- Helliana is a red planet 0.3 AU from the star. It is a sea of lava, with only red lava monsters in it.
- Walliana is a grey planet 1.0 AU from the star. It has some water on it, with some Dragons. Currently, 24 hours, 5 minutes, and 49 seconds is a whole day on this planet. It also has a ring around it. It has life.
- Nanniana is a blue planet 1.4 AU from the star. It is an earth-like planet. Currently, 26 hours, 3 minutes, and 42 seconds is a whole day on this planet.
- Carinana is a icy planet that is 1.6 AU from the star. It has no ring around it. The blue looks purple. It has water. It has life. Currently, 28 hours is a whole day on this planet.
- Maliap is a multi-coloured moon of Carinana, it has water and it has life too. Currently, 30 hours, 59 minutes, and 59.9 seconds is a whole moon-day on this moon.
- Squza is a black asteroid ready to shoot to the star, causing the life of the star to be pushed back another 9,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,001 trillion billion million thousand hundred years. No -- don't try calculating that to seconds. It is such a large number that the calculator you use will explode. It will hit in 4 billion years. Currently, 30 minutes is a whole asteroid-day on this asteroid. Suddenly, it came closer than ever so that it actually hits the star today!