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Asteroid (ἀστεροειδή) describes a member of the class of rocky objects in space that are smaller than planets or dwarf planets.

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Fictional AsteroidsEdit

NumberedEdit

  • 2008 Innoculatus - "Natural Imapct Hazard (Asteroid Strike) Interagency Deliberate Planning Exercise After Action Report" December 4, 2008 HAF/A8XC
  • 207061 Themba - Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empire
  • 2011GV1 - Ben H. Winters' novel The Last Policeman

AEdit

  • A-5 - "Two Against the Rock" episode of Space Precinct television series
  • Alfred Wegener (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312
  • Arabia Deserta (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Aspen (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199) (see also vacation Planet)
  • Asteroid Apollo (home to the Tellus Zoological Dome) - Brian Aldiss's novel The Dark Light Years
  • Asteroid HS-5388 (the future Earth-Moon Space Station Spot Three) - Robert A. Heinlein's short story "Misfit"
  • Asteroid 460 - Supernova 2005 tv movie
  • Aymara (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312

BEdit

  • Bangtian Kongzhong Yizou Men - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312

CEdit

  • CA-2216862 - James S. Corey's novel Leviathan Awakes
  • Cheateau Garden (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, pp. 453, 444-445
  • Confinement Asteroid (see Prison Planet) - Larry Niven's novel Protector
  • The Copenhagen Interpretation (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Crimea (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214

DEdit

  • Delta of Venus (terraformed farming world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312

EEdit

  • Erewhon (orbits the supermassive Big Bertha) - Brian Aldiss's short story "The Impossible Star," in his collection Who Can Replace a Man?, pp. 102-106

FEdit

  • Factory Rock - Stephen Baxter's novel Exultant, p. 170
  • Farmer's Asteroid - Larry Niven's novel Protector
  • Flavia - James Blish and Norman L. Knight's novel A Torrent of Faces
  • Fzan-Juym - Iain M. Banks's novel The Hydrogen Sonata

GEdit

  • Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 34 (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Grindewald - (terraformed recreational moutain climbing world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312

HEdit

  • Habitat-Seven (hollowed out body) - James Morrow's 1985 novel This is the Way the World Ends, p. 196
  • Henry David (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 539
  • Hermaphrodite (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199

IEdit

  • Ishiki's Rock - Jack Campbell's novel Dauntless, The Lost Fleet universe, p. 225

JEdit

  • Jackson's Reef Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empire, page 35
  • John Muir (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214

KEdit

  • K-157 - Wiliam F. Nolan's "Happily Ever After," a short story in his collection collection A Wilderness of Stars
  • Kampuchea (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214
  • Keanu (X2016 K1) - David S. Goyer & Michael Cassutt's novel Heaven's Shadow

IEdit

  • Icarus (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel Icehenge, p. 191; and his novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Ilion - M.J. Locke's novel Up Against It, p. 45
  • Inner Mongolia (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, pp. 233, 444-445
  • Irrawady 14 (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214
  • The Little Prince (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199

MEdit

  • Mahmed Asteroid - Larry Niven's novel Protector
  • The Maldives (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Memory Alpha - "The Lights of Zetar," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 73, Season 3, 1-31-1969.
  • Merlin's Asteroid - "Body & Soul" episode of Space Precinct television series
  • Moldova (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 213

NEdit

  • Nelson Mandela(terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 441 (see also Prison Planet)
  • Nomad - Alfred Bester's novel The Stars My Destination

OEdit

  • Orinoco Fantastico (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214
  • Orion Rock - Stephen Baxter's novel Exultant, p. 387
  • Oro Valley (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214

PEdit

  • Patrol E-Stat A-55 - Andre Norton's novel Plague Ship
  • Pleistocene (terraformed) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312
  • Porto Jeffre Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empire, page 35
  • Programming Error(unsuccessfully terraformed) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 56
  • Puert Alto (captured and turned into a Space Station) - Ben Jeapes's novel Phoenicia's World

QEdit

  • Quin Base - Stephen Baxter's novel Exultant, pp. 85, 87

REdit

  • Radnor Pleasure Asteroid - Kurt Heinrich Hyatt's short story, "Cellarman", Aphelion December 2010-January 2011, Vol. 14, Issue 148
  • Rolling Rock - Justina Robson's short story "Cracklegrackle" in The New Space Opera 2

SEdit

  • Saint George (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Sequoia Kings Canyon (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Source of the Peach Blossom Stream (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • South Pacific 101 (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 442
  • Spaceland - Alfred Bester's novel The Demolished Man, p. 112.
  • Sugar Mountain Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empire

TEdit

  • Tatar Soul (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Thor Five - Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empires
  • Thorshammer - Colin Harvey's novel Winter Song
  • Trantor - Paul McAuley's novel Evening's Empire
  • Trieste (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214

WEdit

  • Water Drop (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Waystation - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel Icehenge, p. 211
  • The Whorl (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199
  • Winnipeg (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, p. 214

YEdit

  • Yggdrasil (unsuccessfully terraformed) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 56, 215

ZEdit

  • The Zanzibar Cat (terraformed world) - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel 2312, Pp. 198-199

RealEdit

  • 25 Phocaea (Zekeston, a.k.a. Ezeziel's Town) - M.J. Locke's novel Up Against It
  • Amor - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel Icehenge
  • 433 Eros - James S. A. Corey's novel series The Expanse; Orson Scott Card's novel Ender's Game
  • 1 Ceres - Norman Spinrad's novel The Men in the Jungle; James S. A. Corey's novel series The Expanse
  • Hilda - Kim Stanley Robinson's novel Icehenge
  • Itokawa
  • 2 Pallas
  • Unnamed 1000 ft. long Trojan in the same orbit as the Earth

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