I am heavily influenced by the Myst-Series with this thought.
There, the D'Ni found a way to use write symbols into special books, which then would open a portal to the described world.
Of course this way is not an option for us. Can we however find a way (like a form to fill out) to ask if a specific world is stable (like in won't break, is suitable for life, makes sense ect.).
This form could include information like amount of suns, planets, gravitation (higher/lower than earth), distribution of land, characteristics of Flora and Fauna, Type of civilization(s), technological advancement ect.
Of course a lot of this information can often be omitted, like information about the solar system (we assume it to be stable if it is left out).
If such a terminology can be found, it would open a lot of questions like
Could this system exist?
Is this political situation possible or would they slaughter themselves immediatly after world start? In short: Does this make sense?
What characteristics would a civilisation on this planet develop?
If we'd had a uniform way to describe worlds and civilisations, a lot of this questions would be answerable like this:
No, the third planet would crash into the second planet in 2000 years, but before they would get so close that storms would kill everything on the second planet.
They would slaughter, because a monarchy like this can't have a democracy like this next to it without a revolution, so they have to start a war to keep the king on his throne.
On your High-G planet a civilisation would (almost) never build higher than second floor and would never travel to the stars because...
Only that we would have the possibility to actualy compare worlds from different questions (as they use the same vocabulary to be described).
Recap: Would a common describing language help this site and would it be worth the effort?