Welcome to Marth! (986528)


Marth is a large, warm planet orbiting a trinary star. Marth has a single moon, a fragile brown atmosphere and fresh water is common. The surface of the planet is 26% covered by water.

World Data

  • Stars: 3
  • Moons: 1
  • Celestial Objects: 0
  • Weather: warm
  • Sky: brown
  • Size: large
  • Year: 141 days
  • Day: 34 hours
  • Oceans: 26%
  • Fresh water: common


Marth orbits a trinary star: Bek, an average white star; Abar, an average yellow star; and Lun, an average white star. Marth also has a single moon: Chale, a supermassive briliant silver moon. In the night sky, you see nothing unusual. During the day, the sky is brown.


Marth is 909,272,188 square kilometers (with a circumference of 53,444 kilometers). Surface water is rare, covering 26% of the planet. Around 51% of the planet's water is fresh water. The crust is split into 9 plates, resulting in 3 continents.


While Marth has a reasonable amount of variation, the overall climate is warm. Small storms are common, precipitation is rare, the atmosphere is fragile and clouds are scarce.