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  1. #1 Could this planet support liquid water 
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    I made up a planet and am wondering if it can support stable liquid waterstar is a G3V main sequence starPlanets diameter is 0.80 Earths with a mass of 0.50 EarthsPlanets orbit 1.00 au from the star with an eccentricity of 0.05Planets axil tilt is 15 degreesPlanets water/land ratio is 60% water and 40% landPlanets atmosphere is 0.10 bar with a composition of 85% nitrogen, 10% oxygen, 3% Co2, 1% argon and the rest neon, xenon, hydrogen.Planets rotation rate is 24 hoursAverage surface temperature is 53 degrees FPlanets age is 4 billion years old. It is geologically active with a magnetic field.Could the water at this point exist in a stable liquid form?


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