Nilreus is a volcanic planet nearest to the Aubade Twins.
Vesper is another volcanic planet, second closest to Archedor and Abettor, that is moonless but has 21 asteroids revolving around itself.
The third planet from the Aubade Twins is Lumena. Its atmosphere is arguably one of the most unique in the star system, as it is composed of a large percentage of targon gas. Also due to the high level of electricity and static in Lumena's atmosphere, it usually creates a bright, purplish glow environing the entire planet. Lumena also has three small moons, which are: Gusto, Lucon, and Candentis.
Junope is the fourth planet from the Suns and has the most varied geography out of any of the other planets. It is also the homeworld for the Human race. It has an asteroid belt, as well as a moon commonly referred to as Ambrosia, or just simply as the Moon.
The fifth planet from the Aubade Twins is Arkhein. Astronomers believe that Arkhein's atmosphere is composed of extremely high amounts of oxygen and chlorine gas, thus rendering it toxic to human and most other Junopian lifeforms, but possibly habitable to extraterrestrials. It has five moons: Stelleus, Confringo, Azeun, Mortis, and Orchid.
The sixth planet in the Aubade System is Adorus; though it shares an orbit with Craea, it was discovered first by the Zabaeccans in the -100s. It is easily seen from the surface of Junope due to it being a salt desert planet. It has no moons.
Craea is the seventh planet from the Suns, and is a rather dull planet covered in rocks and dust. Due to this, humankind did not know of its existence until the invention of telescopes. It has one moon: Hebes.
The Inner Belt is a large asteroid belt that revolves around the Aubade Twins made up of thousands of asteroids and space debris.
The Aubade System's largest planet, Ucrilia, is a gas giant with a purplish hue making it one of the most colourful planets. It is the eighth closest planet to the Suns and is surrounded by thousands of asteroids. It also has four moons: Cornea, Isis, Ustula, and Horoma.
Ninth closest to the Suns, Samnus is also a gas giant with over a thousand asteroids making up its rings. It has over 30 moons, and the five largest are: Amptra, Ulay, Luteus, Maxima, and Carmella I.
Espeon is tenth from Baratheas and Cilia. It also has rings, but they revolve vertically instead of horizontally due to the planet's extreme axial tilt. It also has three moons: Nasdak, Trasett, and Adobon.
Eleventh closest to the Aubade Twins, Aeplao also has rings of asteroids. Aeoplao also has two moons, though one is half-destroyed due to constant collisions from its belt. The moons are Arnak and Wystus.
The twelfth closest planet to the Aubade Twins, Orisus, is the first ice giant. It has three moons: Viriesa, Bavaros, and Geruso.
The second ice giant, Polseus, is the thirteenth planet from the Aubade Twins. Polseus has a total of eleven moons, and the three largest are: Urves, Zasta, and Vegret.
One of the coldest planets in the Aubade System, Astroph is covered in ice and snow and has common rainstorms of liquid nitrogen. It has one moon named after itself: Astroph Minor.
The fifteenth planet within the Aubade System is Ashur. Due to its extremely dense atmosphere made of seemingly black gases, little to no light from the Aubade Twins are able to touch its surface. Despite this, the surface is still partially visible, and it has been determined that Ashur is a carbon planet. Ashur has a lone moon named Ichoron.
The sixteenth planet in the Aubade System is Estros. It has no moons, but it does have a mutual orbit with the last planet in the star system -- thus making it a binary planet.
The seventeenth and final planet from the Aubade Twins is Virilis. Despite it being counted as the last, it shares a binary orbit with Estros.