|Sun(s)||The Aubade Twins (Baratheas & Cilia)|
|Rotation||approx. 2 days 7 hours|
|Revolution period||approx. 689.3 days|
|Surface area||316,436,875 sq. km|
|Atmosphere composition by volume||61.77 carbon dioxide|
|Surface gravity||10.09 m/s^2|
Adorus is the sixth closest planet to the Aubade Twins. The planet shares an orbit with Craea. Its surface is entirely covered in salt and small pools of water, and thus is the only "salt desert planet" known to exist. It is named after the Zabaeccan goddess of light and salt. The latter was sheer coincidence, as there was no way for the Zabaeccans to know the composition of its surface.