Okay, I have a desert planet that orbits an M0 star and an G0 star at an circumbinary orbital radius of .9 AU from the shared center of gravity of its twin suns. It’s tilted on its axis by 23.5 degrees, has days that are 24 hours long, and has a year that’s about 67.5% as long as Earth’s. Its mean surface temperature is 308 K, and the range of temperatures that naturally occur on its surface varies from 279 K to 337 K. Its Kármán line is 120 km from its surface, and the atmospheric pressure at surface level is 2.81 atm.
Humans can breathe the atmosphere at the surface unaided, due to its chemical composition. The planet’s radius is 97% of Earth’s, its mass is 91.2% of Earth’s, and its surface gravity is 9.51 N/kg. There is water on its surface, allowing it to support complex life. Is the planet I described realistic? Why or why not?