nerik wrote:Actually, it would take at least 120 days (at 100 million miles per day) to travel from the crystal sphere to the outermost planet, assuming it was at its closest to the entry point.
Ahhh... double crud. Yup, you're right!
EDIT: Ok, I take it all back. I must be smoking something today... The aphelion of Pluto is roughly 4.5 million miles from the sun (the perihelion is at about 2.75 million). Average distance is about 3.67, so using that we have a planetary diameter of 7.34... and a sphere radius of roughly 7million miles. So you are totally right, and I am apparently high on something