While the space speed chart has information on going from Earth to Luna or Mars, there's no simple way to figure out how long it would take to get to other planets.

So, I did a bit of math. While the developers used "closest approach" distance for mars, that's not really accurate as it has never happened in human history.

So, the information below is each planet's average distance from earth (because calculating planetary positions in the Aeon time frame is too much, even for me) and a ratio of that planet's distance in relation to mars. Simply multiply the travel time to marts on the space speed chart by the ratio below to figure out how long it would take to get to other planets.

So, I did a bit of math. While the developers used "closest approach" distance for mars, that's not really accurate as it has never happened in human history.

So, the information below is each planet's average distance from earth (because calculating planetary positions in the Aeon time frame is too much, even for me) and a ratio of that planet's distance in relation to mars. Simply multiply the travel time to marts on the space speed chart by the ratio below to figure out how long it would take to get to other planets.

Mars | Venus | Mercury | Jupiter | Saturn | Uranus | Neptune |

0.52 | 0.28 | 0.61 | 4.2 | 8.52 | 18.21 | 29.09 |

0.54 | 1.17 | 8.08 | 16.38 | 35.02 | 55.94 |

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