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Don’t let Trogo’s size fool you; the planet is very large. It has no moons.  Trogo’s parent star is a yellow dwarf star. It’s in the nova-like star formation stage of its lifecycle. The star is fairly young; approximately 3 billion years old. The star has a mass of approximately 0.47 solar masses. The primary star is giving off radiation and slowly expanding. The intensity of the radiation from the primary star varies daily. This radiation is what fuels the life on Trogo.  Trogo is the fourth planet in Vela Sirius system of Polydueces.

Read more about Trogo here.