The first of three planets around a K3-class star, Dhjep orbits at 0.50 AUs.
Dhjep is a large planet, with a diameter of nearly 18900km and a mass of 2.01 Earth masses. As such, its density is 0.62 times Earth's and its surface gravity is around 0.91Gs.
The crust of Dhjep is 47.2% oxygen, 29.9% silicon, 10.8% aluminium, 8.9% carbon, 2.2% other elements and 1.0% other metals.
Dhjep's surface is 44.6% water. There is no permanent ice on the planet. The temperature is, on average, 32 degrees centigrade during the day at the equator and 19 degrees centigrade at the poles.
The atmosphere of Dhjep is 70.2% nitrogen, 26.8% oxygen, 2.5% Xenon, and the rest is mainly argon and carbon dioxide.
Dhjep takes 34 hours to rotate on its axis. Its axial tilt is stable at 6 degrees. This means seasonal variations are weak.
Dhjep has a single large moon, around half the size of Earth's, orbiting at 200,000km.
Dhjep's equator is a wide belt of hot and barren desert, with very few lifeforms. On either side of it are jungles and mountains. The northern areas are mainly cold desert and areas of temperate forest.
In terms of percentages, 31% of the land area is hot desert, 13% is jungle, 4% is marsh, 10% is steppes and mountains, 14% is cold desert and 20% temperate forest.
There is a wide variety of life here.
The Inehmud have built many cities under the ground in the central desert. These often have populations of over a million, and get their water from underground aquifers. Their food is from massive gardens with extremely sophisticated irrigation built by rivers.