I'm working on this planet that has 1.5x earth's mass, so the gravity is a little stronger, given that the density it's the same. The gravity is 1.15x earth's. As i don't know how to calculate the mass of the atmosphere in such conditions i assumed that it would be proportional to the planet mass, in other words 1.5x the mass of earth's atmosphere.
|Atmosphere||absolute info (comparing to earth)|
|molecular mass||29,332g/mol (1.01)|
|atm. pressure||1,3x10^5Pa (1.28)|
|Star||absolute info (comparing to sun)|
|Planet||absolute info (comparing to earth)|
|surface area||668,32x10^12m² ()|
|mean atmosphere surface temperature||290K (+2°)|
|tropical sea surface temperature||301-305K|
|temperate sea surface temperature||389-395K|
|polar sea surface temperature||275-281K|
|average distance from star||75,000,000km (0.5)|
|minimum distance from star||73,475,000km|
|maximun distance from star||76,525,000km|
|orbital period||185 planet days|
Given this informations, can the wind in this planet be too much destructive?
I'm a little aware about this because i asked about the tides in the same planet and things are going crazy in there...