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Locations

Overview of in-game locations
A small sample of the many locations in Star Citizen

Locations in the Star Citizen universe are extremely diverse, ranging from lush Earth-like planets full of pristine wilderness to encumenopolises with every square inch of the planet covered in high tech supercity; from small seedy refueling space stations to a cobbled together pirate mega-station; from a bio-luminescent moon orbiting a rogue gas giant to the smashed corpse of a planet turned into an electrically charged asteroid formation full of industrial mining outposts and criminal hideouts alike. In total, there are 95 known star systems, consisting of 324 planets, 74 moons, 50 space stations and 76 asteroid formations, plus some even stranger sights.[annotation 1]

Systems

A galactic map of known systems

A system (short for planetary system) consists of one or more non-stellar objects that orbit one or more gravitational governors (such as stars or black holes). There are 4 main factions that claim ownership over these systems: the United Empire of Earth, the Vanduul, the Xi'an Empire, and the Banu Protectorate. There are also two other categories of system affiliation - developing and unclaimed. Many systems are connected to one another by jump points of varying sizes, allowing for interstellar travel between systems in ships equipped with a jump drive.

 
78 Leonis system
Ail'ka system
Bacchus system
Baker system
Banshee system
Branaugh system
Bremen system
Caliban system
Cano system
Castra system
Cathcart system
Centauri system
Charon system
Chronos system
Corel system
Croshaw system
Davien system
Eealus system
El'sin system
Ellis system
Elysium system
Ferron system
Fora system
GJ 667
Garron system
Geddon system
Genesis system
Gliese system
Goss system
Gurzil system
Hades system
Hadrian system
Helios system
Horus system
Hyoton system
Idris system
Kabal system
Kai'pua system
Kallis system
Kellog system
Khabari system
Kiel system
Kilian system
Kins system
Krell system
Kyuk'ya system
La'uo system
Leir system
Magnus system
Markahil system
Min system
Nemo system
Nexus system
Nul system
Nyx system
Oberon system
Odin system
Ophos system
Oretani system
Orion system
Osiris system
Oso system
Oya system
Pyro system
R.il'a system
Rhetor system
Sol system
Stanton system
T.āl system
Tamsa system
Tanga system
Taranis system
Tayac system
Terra system
Th.us'ūng system
Tiber system
Tohil system
Trise system
Tyrol system
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Vagabond system
Vanguard system
Vector system
Vega system
Vendetta system
Veritas system
Vermilion system
Vesper system
Viking system
Virgil system
Virgo system
Volt system
Voodoo system
Vulture system
Yulin system
Yā'mon system

Planets

The planets of Stanton.

A planet is an object that orbits one or more stars, is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity, and has cleared most of its orbit of other astronomical objects.[1] There are 324 known planets of various classifications, depending on the atmosphere, size, and geological composition.[annotation 1] These classifications include terrestrial rocky, super earth, ocean planet, gas giant, ice giant, smog planet, mesoplanet, protoplanet, dwarf planet, and desert planet, among others.

 
Abyss
Aero
Angeli
ArcCorp (planet)
Aremis
Armitage (planet)
Ashana
Asura
Bacchus I
Bacchus II
Bacchus III
Baker I
Baker II
Baker III
Baker IV
Banshee I
Banshee II
Banshee IV
Bloom
Bombora
Borea
Branaugh I
Branaugh II
Branaugh III
Bremen I
Bremen III
Bremen IV
Bruder
Caliban I
Caliban III
Caliban IV
Caliban V
Cano I
Cano III
Cano IV
Carteyna
Cascom
Cassel
Castor
Castra I
Centauri I
Centauri IV
Centauri V
Cestulus
Charon I
Charon II
Charon III
Charon IV
Charon V
Chuai'chuai
Chuaiton
Cole
Corel I
Corel II
Corel V
Corel VI
Corin
Crion
Croshaw I
Croshaw IV
Crusader
Cyrene
Davien I
Davien III
Davien IV
Delamar
Earth
Eealus I
Eealus II
Eealus IV
Eealus V
Ellis I
Ellis II
Ellis VI
Ellis VII
Ellis VIII
Elysium I
Elysium II
Elysium V
Ergo
Etos
Ferron I
Ferron II
Ferron IV
First Sister
Fora I
Fora II
Fora IV
Fora V
Garron I
Garron II
Garron III
Garron IV
Gen
Genesis I
Genesis II
Genesis III
Gliese I
Gliese II
Gliese III
Gliese V
Gliese VI
Gonn
Goss I
Goss III
Green
HH130782
HL2610
Hades I
Hades II
Hades III
Hades IV
Hadrian I
Hadrian II
Hadrian III
Helios I
Helios III
Helios IV
Horus II
Horus III
Hua'nam
Hurston
Hyperion
Idris I
Idris II
Idris III
Idris V
Jalan
Judecca
Jupiter
K'ya.k'uing
K.au'u
K.yuy'a'than
Ka'ua
Kabal I
Kabal II
Kabal III
Kai'pua I
Kai'pua III
Kai'pua IV
Kallis I
Kallis II
Kallis III
Kallis IV
Kallis IX
Kallis V
Kallis VI
Kallis VII
Kallis VIII
Kampos
Keene
Kellog I
Kellog III
Kellog IV
Kellog V
Kiel I
Kiel II
Kiel IV
Kiel V
Kiel VI
Kilian VIII
Kilian X
Kilian XI
Kilian XII
Kilian XIII
Kilian XIV
Kins I
Kins II
Kins III
Kins IV
Kins V
Koli
Kuā'li
Kyu'nao
Kyu'ām
Kyuk'ya I
Kyuk'ya II
Lago
Leir I
Leir III
Lixāuu
Lo
Locke
Lorona
Lūng'xyi
M.iiy'ong
MacArthur
Magma
Magnus I
Magnus III
Mars
Mentor
Mercury (planet)
MicroTech (planet)
Min I
Monox
Mya
Nemo I
Nemo II
Neptune
Nexus I
Nexus II
Nexus III
Noble
Nogo
Nul I
Nul II
Nul IV
Nyx I
Nyx II
Nyx III
Oberon III
Oberon IV
Oberon V
Oberon VI
Oberon VII
Odin II
Odin III
Odin IV
Oli'Sha
Oretani I
Oretani II
Oretani III
Oretani IV
Oretani V
Oretani VI
Orion I
Orion II
Osha
Osiris II
Oso I
Oso II
Oso III
Oso IV
Oso V
Oso VI
Oya I
Oya II
Oya III
Oya IV
P.uay'aha
Persei
Pi'tua
Pike
Pinecone
Ping'leth
Pluto
Pyro I
Pyro V
QuarterDeck
Queeg
R.il'a VI
Rai.p'uāng
Red God
Reisse
Rhetor I
Rhetor V
RyiXy'an
Rytif
Ryōl
S.ap'uāng
Saisei
Saturn
Schwester
Se'kith
Second Sister
Selene
Serling
Sesen
Severus
Shepherd
Sino
Synthworld
Tamsa I
Tamsa II
Tanga I
Tanga II
Tangaroa
Taranis I
Taranis II
Taranis III
Taranis IV
Tat'Ko
Tayac I
Tayac II
Terminus
Terra
Tethle'a
Th.us'ūng I
Third Sister
Tiber I
Tohil I
Tohil II
Tohil III
Tohil IV
Tomb
Trise I
Tyrol I
Tyrol II
Tyrol III
Tyrol IV
Tyrol V
Tyrol VI
Tyrol VII
Uranus
Uriel
Vann
Vega I
Vega IV
Venus
Virgil III
Vosca
Walleye
Xi
Xis
Xyeping
Xōl’uu
Y.ōm'e
Yar
Ye'ten
Ye'ton
Yengchuai
Yethlūl S.yen'o
Yethlūl Y.ath'o
Yulin I
Yulin II
Yulin III
Yulin IV
Yulin V
Yulin VI
Yām'ping

Moons

Daymar, a moon of Crusader.

A moon, also known as a natural satellite - is an astronomical object that orbits a planet.[2] There are 74 known moons. While they do not have classifications in the same way that planets do, there are many different types of moon, from dry, desert moons like Daymar, to frigid, frozen examples like Calliope, to those with dense smog-like atmospheres such as Aberdeen.

 
Aberdeen
Adir
Aemilia
Arial
Ariel
Broken Moon
Caliban 2a
Caliban 3a
Caliban 3b
Caliban 4a
Caliban 4b
Caliban 4c
Caliban 4d
Caliban 4e
Caliban 4f
Calliope
Callisto
Cellin
Charon (moon)
Charon 2a
Charon 2b
Charon 3a
Clio
Corsito
Daymar
Deimos
Dione
Eda
Ellis 5a
Ellis 5b
Epheet
Erna
Europa
Euterpe
Fairo
Fuego
Gainey
Ganymede
HH130782A
HL2610A
Helios 2a
Iapetus
Ignis
Io
Ita
Jai
Jarl
Lanisto
Luna
Lyria
Magda
Min 1a
Min 1b
Min 1c
Min 1d
Miranda
Oberon (moon)
Penselin
Petram
Petrus
Phobos
Pue'nu
Pyro IV
Rhea
Tethys
Titan
Titania
Toja
Umbriel
Vatra
Vega 2A
Vega 2B
Vili
Vuur
Wala
Yela

Asteroid formations

Asteroid formation around Yela

An asteroid is a rocky object smaller than a planet, often in massive groupings with other asteroids - know as asteroid formations. These objects are the remnants of the formation of the larger bodies in the system, or sometimes are the result of collisions between a planet and moon or between two planets.[3] There are 76 charted asteroid formations, usually found as system rings, with the occasional asteroid cluster and single planetoid asteroid.

 
2930-CRU983
Ail'ka Belt Alpha
Ail'ka Belt Beta
Akiro Cluster
Bacchus Belt Alpha
Branaugh Belt Alpha
Caliban Belt Alpha
Cano Belt Alpha
Cathcart Belt Alpha
Centauri Belt Alpha
Daedalus Cluster
Eealus Belt Alpha
Elcibre Belt
Ellis 11a
Ellis Belt Alpha
Ellis XI
Fora Belt Alpha
Gedinasho Belt
Genesis Belt Alpha
Glaciem Ring
Gliese Belt Alpha
Gliese Belt Beta
Gliese Cluster Gamma
Gurzil Belt Alpha
Hades IV Asteroid Cluster
Hades IV split
Hadrian Belt Alpha
Henge Cluster
Herschel Belt
Horus Belt Alpha
Horus Belt Beta
Icarus Cluster
Jovian Rings
Kabal Cluster Alpha
Kallis Belt Alpha
Kallis Belt Beta
Kallis V Accretion Disk
Keeger Belt
Kiel Belt Alpha
Kins Belt Alpha
Kins Belt Beta
Kuiper Belt
Kyuk'ya Belt Alpha
Marisol Belt
Oretani Belt Alpha
Orion Belt Alpha
Osiris Belt Alpha
Rings of Aremis
Rings of Branaugh II
Rings of Ellis VII
Rings of Kiel V
Rings of Kyuk'ya I
Rings of Neptune
Rings of Saturn
Rings of Tayac II
Rings of Uranus
Tanga Belt Alpha
Taranis 2a debris
Taranis Belt Alpha
Taranis Belt Beta
Tayac Belt Alpha
Th.us'ūng Belt Alpha
The Coil
Tiber Belt Alpha
Tohil Belt Alpha
Tyrol Belt Alpha
Vega Belt Alpha
Yulin Cluster Alpha
Yā’mon Belt Alpha

Planetoid

A planetoid is a larger asteroid with a proper gravity field sufficient to shape the body into an ellipsoid under its own weight. The two most notable planetoids are Delamar, which is home to a colony of radical independents in the Nyx system, as well as the Space Whale, a unique looking planetoid frequently visited by tourists of the Nemo system.

Space Stations

Port Olisar, the first space station in game

A space station is an artificial satellite, i.e., a man made construction that is orbiting a star, planet or moon, usually with some amenities for passing ships to make use of, or otherwise with a specific function such as security or scientific research. There are 50 space stations in the Star Citizen universe, ranging from small truck-stop-like rest stops to super stations such as Spider - and everything in between.

 
ARC-L1 Wide Forest Station
ARC-L2 Lively Pathway Station
ARC-L3 Modern Express Station
ARC-L4 Faint Glen Station
ARC-L5 Yellow Core Station
Archangel Station
Archon Base
Bacchus Flotilla
Baijini Point
Banu Station
Buloi Sataball Arena
CRU-L1 Ambitious Dream Station
CRU-L4 Shallow Fields Station
CRU-L5 Beautiful Glen Station
Checkmate Station
Comm Array ST1-02
Comm Array ST1-13
Comm Array ST1-48
Comm Array ST1-61
Comm Array ST1-92
Comm Array ST2-28
Comm Array ST2-47
Comm Array ST2-55
Comm Array ST2-76
Comm Array ST3-18
Comm Array ST3-35
Comm Array ST3-90
Comm Array ST4-22
Comm Array ST4-31
Comm Array ST4-59
Comm Array ST4-64
Covalex Hub Gundo
Echo Eleven
Encole Station
Everus Harbor
Grim HEX
HUR-L1 Green Glade Station
HUR-L2 Faithful Dream Station
HUR-L3 Thundering Express Station
HUR-L4 Melodic Fields Station
HUR-L5 High Course Station
IAS Hammett
ICC ScanHub Stanton
IMS Bolliver
INS Aniene
INS Dunleavy
INS Flavus
INS Hephaestus
INS Jericho
INS Reilly
JusticeStar Satellite
Kedsu Reef
Lyris Flotilla
MIC-L1 Shallow Frontier Station
MIC-L2 Long Forest Station
MIC-L3 Endless Odyssey Station
MIC-L4 Red Crossroads Station
MIC-L5 Modern Icarus Station
Magnus Gateway
OB Kobold
OB Station Gryphon
OB Station Pegasus
OP Station Demien
Orbituary
Port Olisar
Port Tressler
Pyro Gateway
Ruin Station
Security Post Kareah
Seraphim Station
Spider
TDD Kesner
Terra Gateway
Xenia
Yogi Station
Yulin Flotilla

Caves

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Caves and caverns are natural or artificial cavities in the ground. They are generated by plate tectonic mechanics, weathering or artificial excavation.

Outposts

Wala Shady-Glen-Farms Day.jpg

An outpost is a small to medium sized development on the surface of a planet or moon. Outposts can have a variety of different types of architecture and functions, ranging from utilitarian modular mining outposts to colonial style homesteads.

Settlements

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Settlements are a type of development that are more extensive than outposts, usually starting from a single outpost or facility and expanded over time in an ad hoc manner. These can come in a number of different forms, from underground tunnels, to trading towns, to active or former research/mining bases. Often times, due to the nature of how they came about, these locations may be occupied by some of the less savory elements of society.

Cities

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Many planets in developed systems contain one or more cities, also known as landing zones. The architecture of these cities varies, depending the ownership and affiliation of each planet and system. In order to access cities, players must land at the spaceport. From there, they can access the other parts of the city by using the transit system.

See also

External links

Annotations

  1. 1.0 1.1 This section is last updated on 2020-05-25.

References

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