Jeremiahn is a simple calendar for Mars. This is a Christian calendar for Mars. It is the only Christian calendar for Mars, so far. This calendar also has variants to be used on every other planet and a few dwarfs. With the Gas Giant variants they are mostly for used on their moons. Each of my variants also has Christian aspects.

February 18, 2012

A Historical log of Other Planetary Facts

c. Haumea: 6,452,000,000 km (43.36 AU) 0 Jeremiahn Variants
Distance from the Sun
Mean distance 6,452,000,000 km (43.36 AU)
Period of Revolution around the Sun 285 E-y
Mean radius 718 km
Orbital eccentricity 0.189
Orbital inclination 28.19°
Mass (4.006 ± 0.040)×1021 kg
d. Makemake: 6.850 Tm (45.79 AU) 0 Jeremiahn Variants

Distance from the Sun
Mean distance 45.791 AU (6.850 Tm)
Period of revolution around the Sun 310 E-y
Mean radius 710 ± 30 km
Orbital eccentricity 0.159
Orbital inclination 28.96°
Mass 3 × 1021 kg
e. Eris: 10,120,000,000 km (67.670 AU) 0 Jeremiahn Variants
Distance from the Sun
Mean distance 10,120,000,000 km (67.670 AU)
Period of revolution around Sun 560 E-y
Mean radius 1488.325 km
Orbital eccentricity 0.44177
Orbital inclination 44.177°
Natural satellites 1

Eris is the largest dwarf planet[1]. Discovered in 2003 by astronomers at the California Institute of Technology, it is the most distant object ever seen in orbit around the Sun. Little is known about Eris.
Eris has a highly elliptical orbit and takes 560 E-y to go around the Sun—more than twice the time it takes Pluto. Its inclination is steep, tilted at 44° to the planetary plane. It also has an extremely eccentric orbit. It will be at its closest, actually coming inside par of Pluto’s orbit, in about 280 E-y.
As of yet, nothing is known about Eris’s atmosphere, however, it may be similar to Pluto’s.
Eris, with a surface covered in frozen methane, may be similar to Pluto and the Neptunian moon Triton. Observations made by the Hubble Space Telescope show Eris’s surface is almost white and uniform, reflecting 86 percent of the light that hits it. This makes it the most reflective body in the Solar System. The dwarf planet’s interior is likely a mixture of rock and ice.
Eris has one moon. It is officially called S/2005 (2003 UB313) 1. Unofficially, it is referred to as Gabrielle. Little is known about this object.
These are some comparison pictures.
This is so you can keep everything in perspective.

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I am a Christian!! I am also a scientist, and I find more logic in Christianity than atheism. I have only been a Christian since I was 14, when I was baptized. I pretty good at astronomy, and happen to be a big sci-fi fan. The thing I am major good at is accounting, handling other people's money. I am currently going after my CPA. And after I get that I will get an associates in astronomy. I am batmanfanforever08 on YouTube; the "audio clip" is my YouTube channel. I am on Facebook, the "my web page" is my Facebook page. These blogs will be included in the book I am writing (assuming I ever get around to finishing it): "Listening to the Nonsense" or "Tracking Planet Time for our Solar System".