Systems and Worlds Archive
Introducing the New Planet Generator
Introducing a new random generator to the SciFi Ideas website - the Planet Generator.
Top Tourist Destinations of the New Worlds Project Setting
Here are the Organisation for Interstellar Peace’s top destinations for 2514. Don’t let the first interstellar
The Shell Worlds concept is the brain-child of engineer Ken Roy, who envisions the building of
Some useful information about terraforming Venus, provided by Dmitriy Ivashchenko of the Mars Terraforming Corporation.
This FICTIONAL planet has extremely large polar regions. Human habitation is restricted to a thin band
Extra-planetary Nature Reserves
If you want to colonize a new planet, travelling across the cosmos is only the first
Brunhild is a FICTIONAL world famed for its mineral wealth and its spectacular and unusual glass-volcanoes.
Planet Profile: Owen’s World
Owen’s World is home a huge diversity of strange and intriguing native lifeforms. So diverse is
Planet Profile: Quicksilver (The Red World)
Quicksilver life forms can sequester or expel mercury from their bodies in various ways. Many plant
Humanity has discovered and colonized a trinary star system with multiple habitable worlds. Two other alien
Aegir is a FICTIONAL planet with cold brackish seas and comparatively small continents. While very few
From the beginning, the people on this planet communicated with gestures, but as time passed new
Sedna – Last Gas for 600 Lightyears
Sedna is the most distant planet from the sun and is smaller even than Pluto. While
Arethusa is a FICTIONAL planet dominated by large shallow seas and small island continents. Its seas
What’s Really in the Epsilon Eridani System?
After the Alpha Centauri System, Epsilon Eridani is the most mentioned star system in science fiction,
What’s Really in the Alpha Centauri System?
Alpha Centauri is to science fiction what Amsterdam is to teenaged boys; a distant glimmer of
How Many Habitable Planets Can I Fit Into One Star System?
TV shows like Firefly, Battlestar Galactica and Caprica have shown us glimpses of systems packed with