Passor: a lifeless giant piece of rock
Passor is the third planet in the PE31H system. A second largest, huge piece of rock, overheated and freezing cold at the same time, as a day takes 300 hours there.
Huge dark spots on the surface suggest there was once water on the Passor. It is believed these are silica residues of once huge and deep, but now evaporated oceans. Something caused the runaway greenhouse effect. Now, the yellowish, methane-like clouds tumble through the skies. The winds gaining up on speed in a barely moving twilight zone, are causing enormous sandstorms around the whole globe. The Passor's dust is everywhere...
Three moons are orbiting Passor. These are Strofor, Flossit and Vindor.