For a big narrative project of mine I and my team developed an habitable moon that revolves around a gas giant in a star system with an F-star. I wanted to know what you think about it and if you think it would make sense to have the moon habitable.
I'll start with the star. It would be an F-star 1.3 times the mass of the sun and of an age of 2.5 billion years.
Next there would be the gas giant. The gas giant would be 3 times the mass of jupiter and orbit at a distance of 2 AUs from the star being it's 5th overall planet. It also has an axial tilt of 20 degrees.
Finally the moon. The moon is about 0.7 times the mass of the earth and orbits at a distance that allows for a 36 hours long orbital period and thus day since it's tidally locked, it has an orbital inclination to the giant's orbital plane of 10 degrees, which combined with the gas giant's axial tilt makes for a 30 degrees inclination to the star's plane making seasons possible and more 'extreme' than earth's. It would be one of the many moons the gas giant would have thanks to it's mass, which I figured would be about 10 or so plus a hundred of minor ones. The moon itself would have a thick breathable atmosphere rich in CO2 and screening gases such as ozone and would feature a magnetic field capable of shielding the moon from the gas giant's and the star's radiation, thanks to the higher percentage of iron in it's core and mantle and thanks to the graviational interference of the other moons and the gas giant.
Will my moon be habitable?