|“||Well, did I mention Bortron 7?
That’s where I’m from, it’s a slice of heaven
Everyone there is sweet as cake
And we don’t mind if we make mistakes
— Jet singing about Bortron 7
Bortron 7 is the seventh planet orbiting the red dwarf star Bortron. The Propulsion family comes from Bortron 7. The Propulsion family visits Bortron 7 in Back to Bortron 7.
Bortron 7 is warm and dry. It is orange with purple patches. From far away, the orange looks red, but its surface is actually orange.
- Jet Propulsion
- Carrot Propulsion
- Celery Propulsion
- Sunspot Propulsion
- Face 9000
- Uncle Zucchini
- Face 9001
- Multiple unnamed Background Characters
Places of Interest
- Capital City:
|“||Celery: We've been here such a long time, we learned how to preserve the natural environment, and sometimes, even improve it.
Carrot: In fact, we're flying over Bortron 7's capital city, and yet you'd hardly know it's there!
- Including Bortron 7, there are 9 planets orbiting Bortron.
- Bortron 7 has three moons.
- 6 Bortronian months are equal to 1 Earth hour.
- As revealed in I Feel the Earth Move, Bortron 7 has a hiccuping volcano.
- Bortron had its very own server in the defunct PBS Kids game, Kart Kingdom. It replaced the Sodor server from Thomas and Friends.
- The way the Bortronian city looks is similar to how the trash city looks in the 2008 Pixar film WALL-E. Also, the Bortronians had buried the planet with trash.
- 7 is a number of significance. In the Bible, 7 is the number of completeness and perfection (both physical and spiritual). It derives much of its meaning from being tied directly to God's creation of all things. The number 7 is also important in Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. This fits with how Bortron 7 is the ideal planet in the Bortron system.
- According to A Star is Born, Bortronians celebrate the births of new stars orbiting their neighborhood.
- Pets are bathed in chocolate shakes.
- Bortronians who discover things in space are labeled “Bortronauts", as mentioned by Zerk.
- As mentioned in Every Day is Earth Day, Bortronians celebrate Bortron 7 Day, a day similar to Earth Day, but with Bortronian folk dances.