|Orbital distance||0.04 AU|
|Day length||48.7 hours|
|Year length||9.2 Earth days|
|Atmosphere composition||82% hydrogen, 16% helium, 2% methane|
Thyla is a typical hydrogen-helium gas giant. It within Paradene's habitable zone and is tidally locked.
Thyla's atmosphere mostly consists of hydrogen and helium with lower amounts of methane. The planet has no ring system because whatever material it has coallesed into the moon, Delse.
Because one side of Thyla constantly faces Paradene, it is bombarded with heat currents that stir up violent winds. Convection currents carry these warm winds to the nightside creating a brilliant mix of blue and purple ionized gases.
Thyla's largest moon is Delse. The gas giant's gravitational pulls on the moons, combined with tidal heating from Paradene creates a landscape of volcanic rock and desert. The moon's oceans have evaporated, saturating the atmosphere with oxygen and water vapor.