In several journals, i said that the dahmorians homeworld has a fluidic atmosphere. This is still correct. Its atnosphere is mostly composed of hydrogen and nitrogen gasses, along with several sub gasses that when mixed in oxygen, creates a gas that is in a half gas half liquid state. The gas molecules don't move around enough to keep its gaseous state, but is still active enough to be typically a gas. Basically, its both gas and fluid that is still breathable.
The atmosphere is toxic to inhale, along with many dangerous pathogens, that if a creature has a weak immune system would die in several hours our days.
The higher you go in the atmosphere, the less dense it becomes, and any dense molecules would sink twards the lower layers. Debris, algae, and dense molecules accumulate in the stratosphere at around 10,000m up to 20,000m in a form of sheets of grey, brown, or green clouds. The densest layer of the atmosphere is at 10,000m and lower, and cloud formations sit on top of this layer (like oil on water, or water on oil. Depending which is denser) forming the clouds seen on the surface.
The clouds aren't clouds, they are thick deposites of dense parties and algae that sit on the lowest atmospheric layer. The algae sit on the top of the formation forming a green brown layer, creating a sheet of algae. From orbit, Dawn looks a little green and grey. This is due to the aglae.
Life on Dawn is seemingly impossible. The highest temps any where on dawn has ever been recorded would be -25°C
The sun provides light and energy to sustain pife on Dawn, but not to keep it warm. (Not all stars are hot)
There aren't as many creatures living on Dawn, only known species are the Dahlmorians, Cawhgels, Percilians, and Vehkreiths.
Dawn has no vegetation besides algae. Due to very little sustainable energy and food sources, any plant life growing here would wither and die.
Dawn is twice the size as earth, and has several oceans, but is mostly land mass. Its crust and mantel are extremly rich in valued resources. The only known oceans known are as large as the Atlantic, and can run as deep as 13,000m to 16,000m. Dawns oceans are ironically teeming with life. There are more species of aquatic life than there are on land. The water is a slew of nutrience, the dissolved atmosphere provides alot of nitrogen to micro organisms who thrive on nitrogen, larger organisms feed on the nutrient micro organisms, and the food chain goes on.
Since the nutrient value of the water and producers are high, predators who thrive on these producers can grow quite quickly before being eaten by a larger predator.
Earth has rain, tiny water droplets that accumulate in clouds due to climate changes and evaporation. Dawn has mineral down pours, dense atmosphere particles and debris buildup accumulate and form a dense grey-ish liquid that forms into droplets and seep off the cloud formations. Mineral showers are highly acidic due to the chemical reaction from the debris mixing with the dense particles, being in these showers can cause severe harm to living snd non living dermal tissue. These showers play a large role in the erosion of Dawns landscapes, and also gives the oceans its nutrient rich elements.
The terrain of Dawn isn't completely barren. Algae and fungal formations give dawn its game vegetation. Massive algae and fungal patches, individual growths get as tall as two feet, and look like grass blades. These massive patches seem like fields of tall grass.
That is all im putting down for now