Starfield:Places

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There are many places in the Settled Systems to see. There are over a hundred different stars that can be visited, and over a thousand planets.

You can also find our interactive Starfield map at https://maps.starfieldwiki.net.

Astral BodiesEdit

StarsEdit

There are 120 stars in Starfield. Some systems are binary, and appear superposed on the world map, but each planet orbits just one star.

Notable stars include the United Colonies holdings of Sol, Toliman, Alpha Centauri, and Wolf, as well as the Freestar Collective's Cheyenne, Valo, Volii, and Narion.

Planets and MoonsEdit

Planets are smaller celestial bodies that orbit stars. Planets will have markers indicating major locations, such as New Atlantis. You can choose to land at these major locations, but you can also choose to land anywhere else on the planet.

Moons orbit around planets, but are otherwise very similar to them.

Fixed Points of InterestEdit

  CitiesEdit

  SettlementsEdit

Major towns and similar important settlements - smaller than a city but larger than an outpost. These areas typically act as small quest hubs.

Other Settlements and OutpostsEdit

  FarmsEdit

  StarstationsEdit

  StaryardsEdit

  ShipsEdit

  Fractured Earth LandmarksEdit

  •   Apollo Landing Site — A historical site marking the spot where humans first set foot on a planetary body other than Earth. (map)
  •   Cairo Landmark — A historical site marking a pyramid near where Cairo once was. (map)
  •   Dubai Landmark — A historical site marking ruined remains of the Burj Khalifa. (map)
  •   Hong Kong Landmark — A historical site marking the remains of the International Commerce Centre, once a skyscraper in a city known as Hong Kong. (map)
  •   London Landmark — A historical site marking what's left of the Shard, formerly a skyscraper in Southwark, London. (map)
  •   Los Angeles Landmark — A historical site marking the structure that once was the US Bank Tower in the area formerly known as Los Angeles, California. (map)
  •   New York Landmark — A historical site marking the location of the Empire State Building on the Earth-That-Was. (map)
  •   Opportunity Rover — A historical site marking the last known location of one of NASA's robotic explorers. (map)
  •   Osaka Landmark — A historical site marking remains of the Abeno Harukas, once the tallest skyscraper in the old earth country of Japan. (map)
  • Pisa Landmark — An unmarked, historical site where the remains of the Leaning Tower of Pisa are located. (map)
  •   Shanghai Landmark — A historical site marking the remains of the Shanghai Tower, once the tallest building in China. (map)
  •   St. Louis Landmark — A historical site marking the still standing Gateway Arch in a region formerly known as St. Louis, Missouri. (map)
  • Face of Mars Landmark

  Industrial OutpostsEdit

  Military BasesEdit

  Mining BasesEdit

  Crashed StarshipsEdit

  Science LabsEdit

Landing SitesEdit

  TemplesEdit

Randomly Placed Points of InterestEdit

  Agricultural OutpostsEdit

  Industrial OutpostsEdit

  Civilian OutpostsEdit

  Military BasesEdit

  Science LabsEdit

  Mining BasesEdit

Mech GraveyardsEdit

CavesEdit

Ship Landing SitesEdit

  Crashed StarshipsEdit

  Planet Trait LocationsEdit

  Natural LandmarksEdit

UnsortedEdit

UnmarkedEdit

These locations are unmarked, and officially unnamed.

Starship DealersEdit

MapsEdit

Random EventsEdit

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