Greek World is the newest edition to the solar system. Discovered on 18 February 2011 by Dr. Mike Brown of the California Institute of Technology, its name originates from the inhabitants that were found on the planet. Members of Delta Upsilon Fraternity and Alpha Phi Sorority were found to be the only humans residing on the planet. As of 1 March 2011, it is confirmed that the planet is of a small size. The knowledge that has been acquired derives from a captured image of the planet gathered by satellites in orbit. The planet’s composition has been found to be identical to Earth’s. The inhabitants, after several studies having been conducted, have been found to all be members of Greek Organizations. Their ages range from 18 years to 25 years of age. Their daily life is identical to that of Earth’s college student’s. More studies are currently in progress to determine more details of their lifestyles. The physical characteristics have been confirmed and recently released by NASA; the dimensions are 116x115x115 km, surface area is 4,211 km, volume is 812,600 and the rotation period is synchronous. Greek World has approximately 100 human inhabitants, according to Dr. Mike Brown, who has focused his studies on exploring this newfound planet.