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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

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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.

History

Long ago, the Bortronians built so many cities that they ran out of space. They also piled up trash. But they solved those problems by building cities underground and recycling, respectively.[1]

Residents

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!
Celery and Carrot about Bortron 7

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Trivia

  • 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.

References

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