The suns of Karnomel, Adrastea and Sinope, are orbitted by Karnomel in a figure 8 pattern. The world’s orbit causes sunny and warm conditions for most of the year. During the period of its orbit when Karnomel travels between the two suns there is no nightfall. It takes only 10 months for Karnomel to complete it’s orbit around the suns. This orbit is the basis for Karnomel’s standardized calendar.
Adrastea is the dominate sun, and often causes more unusual and disastrous weather anomalies.