## Spaceship Handbook Mission Table

This is a table of mission parameters calculated by Jon C. Rogers for the book Spaceship Handbook. It lists **round-trip missions** starting at Terra's surface, traveling to and landing on the destination planet *(or at low orbit for Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune; due to the fact that the atmospheric pressure of these planets will crush your spacecraft like a cheap beer can)* then lifting off, traveling back to and landing on Terra.

Mr. Rogers is interested in comparing the different trajectory types, so the focus is on splitting the mission into standard blocks, rather than optimizing for minimum delta V. An optimized missiom will require less delta V than what is listed in the table (approximately 5% to 10% less delta V). As a verification, Mr. Rogers used his mathematical model to calculate a mission to Luna and compared it to the actual data reported by NASA for the Apollo 11 mission. His model said delta V of 16.905 km/s which is within 3% of the NASA Apollo 11 delta V of 16.479 km/s.

Six trajectories are listed, three impulse types and three constant acceleration brachistochrone types. "Impulse" means the spacecraft makes an initial burn then coasts for months.

**Impulse trajectory I-1** is pretty close to a Hohmann (minimum delta V / maximum time) orbit, but with a slightly higher delta V.

**Impulse trajectory I-2** is in-between I-1 and I-3 *(it is equivalent to an elliptical orbit from Mercury to Pluto, the biggest elliptical orbit that will fit inside the solar system)*.

**Impulse trajectory I-3** is near the transition between delta V levels for high impulse trajectories and low brachistochrone trajectories *(it is a hyperbolic solar escape orbit plus 30 km/s)*.

**Brachistochrone** (maximum delta V / minimum time) trajectories are labeled by their level of constant acceleration: 0.01 g, 0.10 g, and 1.0 g.

The transit times are important for figuring things like how much food and life support endurance must be carried, mission radiation total dosage, and damage to astronauts due to prolonged microgravity exposure. In fact, if you have a hard limit on, say, total radiation dosage, you can examine the table and rule out any mission trajectory whose transit time exceeds it.

Destination | Impulse | Brachistochrone | ||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

I-1 | I-2 | I-3 | 0.01g | 0.10g | 1.00g | |

☿ Mercury | 48,740 (8m) | 75,210 (2.5m) | 106,230 (2m) | 397,000 (33d) | 1,205,000 (13d) | 3,794,000 (4d) |

♀ Venus | 30,270 (9.6m) | 63,330 (1m) | 98,620 (21d) | 281,000 (19d) | 815,000 (8d) | 2,552,000 (3d) |

⊕ Terra | - | - | - | - | - | - |

☾ Luna | 16,480 (9d) | - | - | - | - | 260,000 (7h) |

♂ Mars | 29,930 (17m) | 52,930 (2m) | 94,110 (1.5m) | 370,000 (30d) | 1,115,000 (12d) | 3,508,000 (4d) |

⚶ Vesta | 30,300 (2y2m) | 46,670 (5.5m) | 92,560 (3.8m) | 578,000 (54d) | 1,791,000 (20d) | 5,654,000 (7d) |

⚳ Ceres | 33,430 (2y7m) | 44,730 (7.5m) | 92,160 (5m) | 655,000 (63d) | 2,040,000 (23d) | 6,441,000 (8d) |

⚴ Pallas | 33,110 (2y7m) | 44,320 (7.5m) | 91,770 (5m) | 656,000 (63d) | 2,043,000 (23d) | 6,450,000 (8d) |

♃ Jupiter | 69,990 (5y5m) | 72,690 (1y10m) | 118,010 (1y) | 1,000,000 (3.5m) | 3,142,000 (36d) | 9,930,000 (12d) |

Io | 76,220 (5y6m) | 70,760 (1y10m) | 78,980 (1y) | 1,000,000 (3.5m) | 3,143,000 (36d) | 9,933,000 (12d) |

Europa | 67,390 (5y6m) | 61,850 (1y10m) | 71,490 (1y) | 1,001,000 (3.5m) | 3,144,000 (36d) | 9,935,000 (12d) |

Ganymede | 61,880 (5y5m) | 56,250 (1y10m) | 67,130 (1y) | 1,001,000 (3.5m) | 3,145,000 (36d) | 9,938,000 (12d) |

Callisto | 55,400 (5y5m) | 49,640 (1y10m) | 62,190 (1y) | 1,002,000 (3.5m) | 3,147,000 (36d) | 9,945,000 (12d) |

♄ Saturn | 57,690 (12y1m) | 55,770 (4y11m) | 108,680 (2y3m) | 1,420,000 (5m) | 4,477,000 (52d) | 14,153,000 (17d) |

Enceladus | 65,850 (12y1m) | 59,880 (4y11m) | 67,810 (2y3m) | 1,421,000 (5m) | 4,477,000 (52d) | 14,155,000 (17d) |

Tetheys | 62,910 (12y1m) | 56,860 (4y11m) | 65,600 (2y3m) | 1,420,000 (5m) | 4,478,000 (52d) | 14,155,000 (17d) |

Dione | 59,810 (12y1m) | 53,660 (4y11m) | 63,270 (2y3m) | 1,420,000 (5m) | 4,478,000 (52d) | 14,155,000 (17d) |

Rhea | 56,310 (12y1m) | 50,010 (4y11m) | 60,780 (2y3m) | 1,421,000 (5m) | 4,478,000 (52d) | 14,156,000 (17d) |

Titan | 49,670 (12y1m) | 42,750 (4y11m) | 56,660 (2y3m) | 1,421,000 (5m) | 4,479,000 (52d) | 14,160,000 (17d) |

Iapetus | 45,010 (12y1m) | 37,590 (4y11m) | 53,070 (2y3m) | 1,422,000 (5m) | 4,483,000 (52d) | 14,173,000 (17d) |

♅ Uranus | 50,110 (32y) | 44,830 (15y6m) | 56,420 (5y2m) | 2,069,00 (8m) | 6,532,00 (76d) | 20,652,000 (24d) |

Ariel | 49,910 (32y) | 44,650 (15y6m) | 56,150 (5y2m) | 2,069,000 (8m) | 6,532,00 (76d) | 20,653,000 (24d) |

Umbriel | 48,010 (32y) | 42,550 (15y6m) | 54,870 (5y2m) | 2,069,000 (8m) | 6,532,000 (76d) | 20,653,000 (24d) |

Titania | 46,180 (32y) | 40,410 (15y6m) | 53,800 (5y2m) | 2,069,000 (8m) | 6,532,000 (76d) | 20,654,000 (24d) |

Oberon | 45,040 (32y) | 38,930 (15y6m) | 53,220 (5y2m) | 2,069,000 (8m) | 6,532,000 (76d) | 20,654,000 (24d) |

♆ Neptune | 51,370 (61y3m) | 48,420 (36y) | 57,470 (8y5m) | 2,613,000 (10m) | 8,257,000 (96d) | 26,108,000 (31d) |

Triton | 48,090 (61y3m) | 44,780 (36y) | 56,030 (8y5m) | 2,614,000 (10m) | 8,257,000 (96d) | 26,109,000 (31d) |

Nereid | 40,620 (61y3m) | 36,300 (36y) | 50,400 (8y5m) | 2,615,000 (10m) | 7,262,000 (96d) | 26,125,000 (31d) |

♇ Pluto | 39,810 (90y11m) | 39,810 (88y9m) | 50,140 (11y4m) | 3,009,000 (11m) | 9,508,000 (111d) | 30,063,000 (35d) |

Charon | 39,680 (90y11m) | 39,680 (88y9m) | 50,080 (11y4m) | 3,009,000 (11m) | 9,508,000 (111d) | 30,063,000 (35d) |

Using the mission table above, Mr. Rogers took a list of major propulsion systems and calculated which ones were up to the task of peforming said missions. Note that Mr. Rogers values for the exhaust v3elocity of the propulsion systems might differ slightly from the ones I have on the mission list.

**1 Stage, Max Payload**is 33% payload, 66% propellant, mass ratio of 2.94**1 Stage, Min Payload**is 11% payload, 89% propellant, mass ratio of 9.1**Multi Stage**is 1.6% payload, 98.4% propellant, mass ratio of 62.5

Cross reference the mass ratio, propulsion system, and mission trajectory. If there is a colored box at the intersection, the propulsion system can perform that mission.

*Example:* For a 1 Stage minimum payload (mass ratio of 9.1), using a Nuclear Fission Gas Core reactor, with a Mars Impulse trajectory I-2, the presence of a hot pink box says that propulsion system is capable of that mission. But it is not capable of performing a Mars Constant Brachistochrone 0.01g mission.

## Erik Max Francis' Mission Tables

Below are a series of tables for Hohmann transfer delta V requirments. Unlike the above table, they are for **one-way trips** to various destinations. For instance, the above table will give requirements for a **Terra-Mars-Terra** mission, but the tables below will give requirements for a **Terra-Mars** mission.

The tables assume that an orbit for each of the bodies is 100 km altitude *(even for pointlessly tiny ones like Phobos and Deimos)*, and for surface launches it is presumed that all the bodies have no atmosphere *(not true for, say, Titan)*.

The tables were created by Erik Max Francis' amazing Hohmann orbit calculator and the easy to use Python programming language *(sample program here and here)*.

### Delta V Required for Travel Using Hohmann Orbits

#### Table Legend

- Start and destination planets are labeled along axes.
- Values are in meters per second.
- Values below the diagonal in
**blue**are delta V's needed to go from orbit around one world to orbit around the other, landing on neither. - Values above the diagonal in
**red**are delta V's needed to go from the surface of one world to the surface of the other, taking off and landing. If either is a gas giant, a 100 kilometer orbit is used instead of the planet's surface. - Diagonal values in
**gold**are delta V's needed to take off from the surface of a world and go into circular orbit around it, or to land from a circular orbit.

#### Solar System

Mercury | Venus | Earth | Mars | Vesta | Juno | Eugenia | Ceres | Pallas | Jupiter | Saturn | Uranus | Neptune | Pluto | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Mercury | 2,945 | 19,852 | 23,523 | 23,143 | 24,486 | 24,991 | 25,050 | 25,059 | 25,094 | 36,121 | 30,200 | 26,548 | 27,176 | 24,207 |

Venus | 9,524 | 7,265 | 21,703 | 18,542 | 19,316 | 19,960 | 20,043 | 20,078 | 20,114 | 33,372 | 27,477 | 23,913 | 24,620 | 21,488 |

Earth | 13,094 | 6,887 | 7,847 | 16,540 | 16,368 | 17,035 | 17,124 | 17,170 | 17,204 | 31,642 | 25,705 | 22,169 | 22,918 | 19,679 |

Mars | 16,876 | 7,887 | 5,748 | 3,502 | 7,525 | 8,323 | 8,437 | 8,524 | 8,555 | 25,265 | 19,694 | 16,475 | 17,390 | 14,026 |

Vesta | 21,371 | 11,832 | 8,756 | 4,041 | 234 | 1,167 | 1,312 | 1,544 | 1,544 | 20,966 | 15,834 | 12,960 | 14,059 | 10,529 |

Juno | 21,978 | 12,580 | 9,528 | 4,950 | 933 | 77 | 233 | 625 | 578 | 20,367 | 15,253 | 12,423 | 13,558 | 9,968 |

Eugenia | 22,075 | 12,700 | 9,654 | 5,102 | 1,124 | 127 | 44 | 496 | 443 | 20,264 | 15,152 | 12,328 | 13,469 | 9,869 |

Ceres | 21,863 | 12,514 | 9,477 | 4,963 | 1,116 | 279 | 191 | 320 | 755 | 20,172 | 15,041 | 12,216 | 13,360 | 9,751 |

Pallas | 21,943 | 12,596 | 9,558 | 5,041 | 1,160 | 269 | 172 | 233 | 242 | 20,175 | 15,051 | 12,229 | 13,374 | 9,764 |

Jupiter | 33,159 | 26,048 | 24,192 | 21,956 | 20,813 | 20,318 | 20,252 | 19,933 | 19,982 | 42,530 | 28,237 | 24,085 | 24,765 | 20,493 |

Saturn | 27,239 | 20,156 | 18,259 | 16,392 | 15,682 | 15,205 | 15,140 | 14,806 | 14,862 | 28,237 | 25,495 | 16,875 | 17,573 | 12,786 |

Uranus | 23,588 | 16,594 | 14,726 | 13,177 | 12,809 | 12,374 | 12,316 | 11,982 | 12,041 | 24,085 | 16,875 | 15,082 | 13,153 | 7,760 |

Neptune | 24,217 | 17,302 | 15,476 | 14,093 | 13,908 | 13,510 | 13,457 | 13,126 | 13,186 | 24,765 | 17,573 | 13,153 | 16,623 | 8,114 |

Pluto | 20,432 | 13,355 | 11,420 | 9,912 | 9,560 | 9,100 | 9,038 | 8,697 | 8,757 | 19,670 | 11,957 | 6,921 | 7,267 | 802 |

#### Moons of Mars

Phobos | Deimos | |
---|---|---|

Phobos | 3 | 745 |

Deimos | 744 | 1 |

#### Moons of Jupiter

Metis | Adrastea | Amalthea | Io | Europa | Ganymede | Callisto | Himalia | Elara | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Metis | 7 | 109 | 4,970 | 13,485 | 15,561 | 17,006 | 17,380 | 15,589 | 15,574 |

Adrastea | 85 | 8 | 4,877 | 13,410 | 15,495 | 16,949 | 17,330 | 15,549 | 15,534 |

Amalthea | 4,922 | 4,826 | 54 | 9,392 | 11,876 | 13,814 | 14,596 | 13,367 | 13,355 |

Io | 11,768 | 11,690 | 7,625 | 1,761 | 5,689 | 8,022 | 9,431 | 9,560 | 9,558 |

Europa | 14,182 | 14,113 | 10,452 | 2,545 | 1,388 | 5,504 | 6,855 | 7,705 | 7,709 |

Ganymede | 15,107 | 15,047 | 11,871 | 4,385 | 2,177 | 1,902 | 5,772 | 6,626 | 6,636 |

Callisto | 15,676 | 15,624 | 12,850 | 6,004 | 3,748 | 2,127 | 1,691 | 5,065 | 5,083 |

Himalia | 15,542 | 15,499 | 13,279 | 7,806 | 6,281 | 4,676 | 3,305 | 59 | 158 |

Elara | 15,558 | 15,515 | 13,297 | 7,834 | 6,316 | 4,717 | 3,355 | 41 | 20 |

#### Moons of Saturn

Epimetheus | Janus | Mimas | Enceladus | Tethys | Dione | Rhea | Titan | Iapetus | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Epimetheus | 15 | 72 | 1,521 | 3,156 | 4,374 | 5,552 | 6,768 | 9,230 | 8,481 |

Janus | 17 | 26 | 1,515 | 3,149 | 4,368 | 5,546 | 6,762 | 9,224 | 8,475 |

Mimas | 1,428 | 1,416 | 92 | 1,676 | 2,943 | 4,188 | 5,514 | 8,302 | 7,703 |

Enceladus | 3,044 | 3,031 | 1,490 | 112 | 1,384 | 2,653 | 4,077 | 7,249 | 6,827 |

Tethys | 4,121 | 4,108 | 2,617 | 1,023 | 258 | 1,568 | 2,969 | 6,422 | 6,132 |

Dione | 5,216 | 5,203 | 3,780 | 2,217 | 971 | 333 | 1,891 | 5,559 | 5,391 |

Rhea | 6,340 | 6,328 | 5,016 | 3,553 | 2,297 | 1,116 | 422 | 4,565 | 4,469 |

Titan | 7,367 | 7,355 | 6,369 | 5,292 | 4,321 | 3,371 | 2,276 | 1,832 | 3,977 |

Iapetus | 8,104 | 8,093 | 7,258 | 6,359 | 5,523 | 4,698 | 3,681 | 1,736 | 360 |

#### Moons of Uranus

Miranda | Ariel | Umbriel | Titania | Oberon | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Miranda | 115 | 1,215 | 1,889 | 2,834 | 3,137 |

Ariel | 720 | 364 | 1,332 | 2,218 | 2,533 |

Umbriel | 1,431 | 593 | 338 | 1,629 | 1,918 |

Titania | 2,194 | 1,312 | 730 | 514 | 1,566 |

Oberon | 2,530 | 1,663 | 1,060 | 496 | 483 |

### Synodic Periods and Transit Times for Hohmann Travel

Here are some Synodic Periods and Transit Times for Hohmann Travel tables. Remember that Synodic periods are how often Hohmann launch windows occur. These too were created by Erik Max Francis' Hohmann orbit calculator.

#### Table Legend

- In both sections,
**"y"**means "years",**"m"**means "months",**"d"**means "days", and**"h"**means "hours" **Synodic periods***(i.e., frequency of Hohmann launch windows)*are above the diagonal in**red****Transit times**are below the diagonal in**blue**

#### Solar System

Mercury | Venus | Earth | Mars | Vesta | Juno | Eugenia | Ceres | Pallas | Jupiter | Saturn | Uranus | Neptune | Pluto | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Mercury | 4.7m | 3.8m | 3.3m | 3.1m | 3.1m | 3.1m | 3.0m | 3.0m | 2.9m | 2.9m | 2.9m | 2.9m | 2.9m | |

Venus | 2.5m | 1y, 7.2m | 11.0m | 8.9m | 8.6m | 8.6m | 8.5m | 8.5m | 7.8m | 7.5m | 7.4m | 7.4m | 7.4m | |

Earth | 3.5m | 4.8m | 2y, 1.6m | 1y, 4.6m | 1y, 3.6m | 1y, 3.4m | 1y, 3.3m | 1y, 3.3m | 1y, 1.1m | 1y, 0.4m | 1y, 0.1m | 1y, 0.1m | 1y, 0.0m | |

Mars | 5.6m | 7.1m | 8.5m | 3y, 10.8m | 3y, 3.7m | 3y, 2.9m | 3y, 2.2m | 3y, 2.1m | 2y, 2.8m | 2y, 0.1m | 1y, 11.1m | 1y, 10.8m | 1y, 10.7m | |

Vesta | 9.7m | 11.5m | 1y, 1.1m | 1y, 4.2m | 21y, 8.2m | 18y, 11.7m | 17y, 2.4m | 16y, 11.6m | 5y, 2.7m | 4y, 1.6m | 3y, 9.5m | 3y, 8.5m | 3y, 8.2m | |

Juno | 11.3m | 1y, 1.2m | 1y, 2.9m | 1y, 6.2m | 1y, 11.9m | 151y, 11.1m | 83y, 1.8m | 77y, 11.1m | 6y, 10.6m | 5y, 1.3m | 4y, 7.1m | 4y, 5.7m | 4y, 5.2m | |

Eugenia | 11.6m | 1y, 1.6m | 1y, 3.2m | 1y, 6.5m | 2y, 0.3m | 2y, 2.5m | 183y, 8.3m | 159y, 11.8m | 7y, 2.5m | 5y, 3.4m | 4y, 8.9m | 4y, 7.3m | 4y, 6.8m | |

Ceres | 11.9m | 1y, 1.8m | 1y, 3.5m | 1y, 6.8m | 2y, 0.6m | 2y, 2.9m | 2y, 3.3m | 1239y, 8.2m | 7y, 6.1m | 5y, 5.3m | 4y, 10.4m | 4y, 8.8m | 4y, 8.2m | |

Pallas | 11.9m | 1y, 1.9m | 1y, 3.5m | 1y, 6.9m | 2y, 0.7m | 2y, 2.9m | 2y, 3.3m | 2y, 3.6m | 7y, 6.6m | 5y, 5.6m | 4y, 10.6m | 4y, 9.0m | 4y, 8.5m | |

Jupiter | 2y, 4.0m | 2y, 6.6m | 2y, 8.8m | 3y, 1.0m | 3y, 8.1m | 3y, 10.9m | 3y, 11.3m | 3y, 11.7m | 3y, 11.8m | 19y, 9.6m | 13y, 9.9m | 12y, 9.5m | 12y, 5.7m | |

Saturn | 5y, 6.8m | 5y, 10.2m | 6y, 1.0m | 6y, 6.5m | 7y, 3.6m | 7y, 7.0m | 7y, 7.5m | 7y, 8.0m | 7y, 8.1m | 10y, 0.6m | 45y, 9.8m | 36y, 2.1m | 33y, 8.8m | |

Uranus | 15y, 3.9m | 15y, 8.7m | 16y, 0.6m | 16y, 8.1m | 17y, 8.4m | 18y, 0.9m | 18y, 1.7m | 18y, 2.4m | 18y, 2.5m | 21y, 3.8m | 27y, 3.6m | 171y, 12.0m | 127y, 11.2m | |

Neptune | 29y, 8.2m | 30y, 2.1m | 30y, 7.0m | 31y, 4.3m | 32y, 7.4m | 33y, 0.9m | 33y, 1.9m | 33y, 2.7m | 33y, 2.8m | 36y, 12.0m | 44y, 1.2m | 61y, 1.1m | 499y, 4.3m | |

Pluto | 44y, 1.1m | 44y, 7.8m | 45y, 1.4m | 46y, 0.0m | 47y, 5.1m | 47y, 11.4m | 48y, 0.5m | 48y, 1.4m | 48y, 1.6m | 52y, 4.4m | 60y, 3.6m | 78y, 11.6m | 101y, 11.3m |

#### Moons of Mars

Phobos | Deimos | |
---|---|---|

Phobos | 10h | |

Deimos | 9h |

#### Moons of Jupiter

Metis | Adrastea | Amalthea | Io | Europa | Ganymede | Callisto | Himalia | Elara | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Metis | 31d, 21h | 17h | 9h | 8h | 7h | 7h | 7h | 7h | |

Adrastea | 4h | 18h | 9h | 8h | 7h | 7h | 7h | 7h | |

Amalthea | 5h | 5h | 17h | 14h | 13h | 12h | 12h | 12h | |

Io | 11h | 11h | 13h | 3d, 13h | 2d, 8h | 1d, 23h | 1d, 19h | 1d, 19h | |

Europa | 20h | 20h | 22h | 1d, 7h | 7d, 1h | 4d, 12h | 3d, 14h | 3d, 14h | |

Ganymede | 1d, 12h | 1d, 12h | 1d, 14h | 2d, 2h | 2d, 15h | 12d, 12h | 7d, 9h | 7d, 9h | |

Callisto | 3d, 6h | 3d, 6h | 3d, 9h | 3d, 24h | 4d, 16h | 5d, 19h | 17d, 21h | 17d, 20h | |

Himalia | 45d, 2h | 45d, 2h | 45d, 9h | 46d, 19h | 48d, 6h | 50d, 16h | 55d, 16h | 7050d, 0h | |

Elara | 46d, 17h | 46d, 17h | 47d, 1h | 48d, 11h | 49d, 23h | 52d, 9h | 57d, 11h | 127d, 16h |

#### Moons of Saturn

Epimetheus | Janus | Mimas | Enceladus | Tethys | Dione | Rhea | Titan | Iapetus | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Epimetheus | 1405d, 13h | 2d, 16h | 1d, 10h | 1d, 2h | 22h | 20h | 17h | 17h | |

Janus | 8h | 2d, 16h | 1d, 10h | 1d, 2h | 22h | 20h | 17h | 17h | |

Mimas | 10h | 10h | 3d, 1h | 1d, 21h | 1d, 11h | 1d, 5h | 1d, 0h | 23h | |

Enceladus | 12h | 12h | 14h | 5d, 0h | 2d, 18h | 1d, 23h | 1d, 12h | 1d, 9h | |

Tethys | 15h | 15h | 17h | 19h | 6d, 2h | 3d, 6h | 2d, 3h | 1d, 22h | |

Dione | 19h | 19h | 21h | 1d, 0h | 1d, 4h | 6d, 23h | 3d, 7h | 2d, 20h | |

Rhea | 1d, 4h | 1d, 4h | 1d, 6h | 1d, 10h | 1d, 13h | 1d, 19h | 6d, 7h | 4d, 19h | |

Titan | 3d, 9h | 3d, 9h | 3d, 12h | 3d, 16h | 3d, 22h | 4d, 5h | 4d, 20h | 19d, 23h | |

Iapetus | 14d, 22h | 14d, 22h | 15d, 3h | 15d, 11h | 15d, 19h | 16d, 8h | 17d, 6h | 21d, 20h |

#### Moons of Uranus

Miranda | Ariel | Umbriel | Titania | Oberon | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Miranda | 4d, 4h | 2d, 13h | 1d, 22h | 1d, 19h | |

Ariel | 1d, 0h | 6d, 11h | 3d, 14h | 3d, 3h | |

Umbriel | 1d, 9h | 1d, 16h | 7d, 23h | 6d, 0h | |

Titania | 2d, 8h | 2d, 16h | 3d, 3h | 24d, 13h | |

Oberon | 3d, 7h | 3d, 15h | 4d, 4h | 5d, 12h |