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Several generations of science fiction plots have been set on celestial bodies other than the Earth, with the Moon and Mars being the favorite locations inside the Solar System during in the early decades of the genre. While the Moon and Mars are perennial favorites as locations, fictional planets beyond Sol System predominated as settings in more recent decades.

During the first decades of science fiction Mars was probably the most common extraterrestrial location for science fiction stories because little was known about its surface conditions before the first Mariner space probes. Astronomer Percival Lowell's conviction that he had observed canals on Mars was taken at face value by many and writers like Robert A. Heinlein and Ray Bradbury imagined the red planet as resembling the American Southwest, an arid world with an elder and presumably dying race. In contemporary science, Mars is now depicted primarily as a planet successfully terraformed by authors like John Barnes and Kim Stanley Robinson or as the location for archaeological excavations of alien ruins by authors like Geoffrey A. Landis. During the early-to-mid 20th century Venus was also a popular setting. Earth's sister planet was usually depicted as a warm, wet, jungle-covered and marsh-covered world where life was plentiful, with often thinly-veiled allegories of the European colonization of tropical Africa or Southeast Asia. Subsequent science fiction stories about extrasolar terrestrial planets have tended to continue the tradition of seeing them as either deserts or swamps. Creativity, in short, has been lacking.

Note that the names of planets described in the doctrines of some religious groups, the faux planets in parodies and the hypothetical planets in nonfiction popular science are strikingly similar to names of fictional planets in science fiction.


List of Solar Planets in Science FictionEdit

List of Extrasolar Planets in Science FictionEdit

The following is a list of extra-solar planets, moons and asteroids appearing in science fiction novels, short stories, films, television series and videogames. Moons and asteroids are indicated by (moon) after the named object. Where possible page numbers in the source or series name and date of the television episode together with alternative names are also indicated.

Although the names of many of the gods of classical Greco-Roman religion are employed to name extra-solar worlds, many authors have adopted rough naming conventions that depart significantly from that used in the Sol System to date. The planets named in Isaac Asimov's Foundation series betray a familiarity with the real place names of the ancient Eastern Mediterranean. The planets named in the Star Wars universe often combine consonants un-separated by vowels and vowels un-separated by consonants. The worlds of Star Wars suffer from repetition; for example compare Tatooine, Dantooine, Handooine and Klatooine or compare Dagobah and Xagobah.

Keith Laumer employs the amusingly homespun place naming convention of the American West. Despite the historical example of American states and cities, Canadian provinces and cities, and islands in the South Pacific comparatively few planets are named by placing the words “New” or ‘Nova” before the name of an existing place name in Europe. Charles Stross is the major exception to this generalization.

Most of the planets named by science fiction authors are either clearly very Earth-like or are hostile rocks with thin atmosphere. Planets like the large number of gas giants discovered by astronomers in the last decade are rare. So too are terrestrial planets marginal for human habitation. Terrestrial planets are often designated with a Roman numeral "III" to indicate that they are the third planet from their star, a reflection of the fact that the only known terrestrial world is the third planet from its star.

Extrasolar Planet (or Moon) Name and SourceEdit

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5 Flexitone - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 237
16 Cygni Bb (a.k.a. Little Warsaw) - James Lovegrove's World of Fire

A Edit

AF 1963 - Peter David's Blind Man's Bluff a Star Trek: New Frontiers novel
Abaddon - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, pp. 218-219
Abbandanza VI - Robert Silverberg's Unfamilar Territory, a short story in his collection Unfamiliar Territory
Aberden (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Abyormen - Hal Clement's Cycle of Fire
Abregado-rae - Star Wars universe
Abrogun - Brian W. Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 8
Abydos - "Children of the Gods," Stargate SG-1 Season 1; “Secrets,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2; “Absolute Power,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4; “Full Circle,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
Acamar III - "The Vengence Factor," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 9, Season 3, 11-20-1989
Accolon - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum, p. 52
Achrady VII - "Captain's Holiday," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 11, Season 3, 4-2-1990
Acquara - "Jeremiah Crichton," Farscape Episode 10114
Adad a.k.a. Anubelea II - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Adares - Charles Coleman Finlay's "The Political Prisoner," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction August 2008
Adari - Star Wars universe
Adazir Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Addams (double planet with Hull) - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Adega - Star Wars universe
Adelphus IV - "Data's Day," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 11, Season 4, 1-7-1991
Aduba III - Star Wars universe
Adumar - Star Wars universe
Aegis 7 (Mining Planet) - Dead Space video game
Aedl - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Aeroc - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Aeten II (Mining Planet) - Star Wars universe
Af'El - Star Wars universe
Agali Vespocci - Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries From The Dead
Agander - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe)
Aganip - Brian W. Aldiss's The Helliconia Trilogy
Agaron - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
Aglibol - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Agni - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy
Agrippa - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Agora - Doctor Who universe
Ahnooie-4 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Aimerej - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Ajilon Prime - "...Nor the Battle to the Stong," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 4, Season 5, 10-21-1996
Aka — Ursula K. Le Guin's The Telling
Akdar - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters'
Akka - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Akkht - C.J. Cherryh's The Chanur Saga
Akritiri - "The Chute," Star Trek: Voyager Episode 43, Season 3, 9-18-1996
Akyyr - Battle Beyond the Stars 1980 film
Aladir - "Starfog," a short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
Alalia - Sean Williams's "Inevitable," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Alaspin - Alan Dean Foster's The End of the Matter
Alastria - “Prime Factors,” Star Trek: Yoyager Episode 9, Season 1, 3-2-1995
Albemarle - Don D. Ammassa's Narcissus, p. 216
Albian - “Countdown,” Blake’s 7 Episode B9, 3-6-1979
Alcayd - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, p. 198
Alcor - Raymond E. Jones and Lester Del Rey's Weeping May Tarry
Alcyone a.k.a. Eta Tauri - “Haven,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 1, 11-30-1987
Aldea - "When the Bough Breaks," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 16, Season 1, 2-15-1988
Aldebaran III - "The Deadly Years," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 12, Season 2, 12-8-1967
Aldebaran Three - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Aldebaran - "Where No Man Has Gone Before," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 1, Season 3, 9-22-1966; brief reference, "Past Tense, Part 1," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode
Alderaan - Star Wars universe
Aldo Cerise , a.k.a. Aldo - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, The Glory Game
Alexandria - David Weber's Off Armageddon Reef
Alfa 177 - “The Enemy Within,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 5, Season 1, 10-6-1966
Algeron IV - "Coming of Age," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 1, 3-14-1988
Algol - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Algol a.k.a. Beta Persei - “Encounter at Farpoint, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 1, Season 1, 9-28-1987
Algol IV - "That Share of Glory," a short story by C.M. Kornbluth, Astounding, 1952
Algol VII - Barry N. Malzberg's On A Planet Alien, p. 384
Algoria – “The Wire,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 22, Season 2, 5-8-1994
Alice (moon of Greene's World) - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow
Alighieri - James Lovegrove's World of Fire
Alkon IV - Kurt Heinrich Hyatt's short story The Wheat from the Chaff Raygun Revival. June 1, 2011.
Allarin - David R. George's Allegiance in Exile, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, p. 1463
Allosimanius Syneca (Arctic Planet) - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Allray - Elizabeth Moon's Vatta's War series
Almas - Star Wars universe, Revenge of the Sith
Alnath II - Robert E. Vardeman's The Klingon Gambit, a Star Trek novel
α Serpentis - "Slippage City," a short story in Fred Hoyle's collection Element 79
Alpha (one of three moons of Greentrees) - Nancy Kress's Crossfire
Alpha-9- The Terrible Thing of Alpha-9 Jake Armstrong. Saturday Morning Cartoons.
Alpha III - “Court Martial,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 20, Season 1, 2-2-1967
Alpha 177 - "The Enemy Within," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 5, Season 1, 10-6-1966
Alpha-441 (planetoid) - “Dreadnaught,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 17, Season 2, 2-12-1996
Alpha Aquila IV a.k.a. Altair IV- "Prophet Motive," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 3, 2-20-1995
Alpha Bengston II, a.k.a. Xavier - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Alpha C IV - Robert Silverberg's Revolt on Alpha C
Alpha Carinae II - "The Ultimate Computer," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 24, Season 2, 3-8-1968
Alpha Carinae V - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 14, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Alpha Centauri – “Past Tense, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 11, Season 3, 1-2-1995
Alpha Centauri B II (a.k.a. Haven; a.k.a. Ramachandra's World) - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Alpha Centauri IV (Lewis Colony) - John Vornholt's Masks, a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, p. 5
Alpha Cygnus IX a.k.a. Deneb IX - “Sarek,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 3, 5-14-1990
Alpha Leonis a.k.a. Regulus - “The Vengeance Factor,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 9, Season 2, 11-20-1989
Alpha Majoris I - “Wolf in the Fold,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 14, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Alpha moon, Peliar Zel - “The Host,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 4, 5-13-1991
Alpha Omicron VII (Gas Giant) - “Galaxy’s Child,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 14, Season 4, 3-11-1991
Alpha Onias III - “Future Imperfect,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 8, Season 4, 11-12-1990
Alpha Proxima II - “Wolf in the Fold,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 14, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Alpha Site (P3X-984 & P4X-650) - Stargate: SG1 universe
Alpha V – “Charlie X,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 2, Season 1, 9-15-1966
Alphard (Ocean Planet) - Charles Henneberg's "The Blind Pilot," a short story in Damon Knight's collection 13 French Science Fiction Stories
Alra-kae - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel, brief reference
Alrond - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
Altai - Poul Anderson's Flandry of Terra
Altair (P3X-989) - Stargate: SG1 universe
Altair III - "Encounter at Farpoint, Part 1" Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 1, Season 1, 9-28-1987
Altair IV a.k.a. Alpha Aquila IV - "Prophet Motive," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 3, 2-20-1995
Altair-4 - Forbidden Planet
Altair 4 - James Blish's The Triumph of Time, p. 470, Cities in Flight universe
Altair VI - "Amok Time," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 1, Season 2, 9-15-1967
Altar 1 - Galaxina 1980 film
Alteria – “Armageddon Game,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 13, Season 2, 1-30-1994
Altora – “Vortex,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 11, Season 1, 4-18-1993
Alzarius - Doctor Who universe
Alzoc III - Star Wars universe
Amador - Babylon 5 universe
Amaterasu - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Amazon - UFO Report from the British Ministry of Defence BBC News Report
Amazonia - "Amazon Women in the Mood," Futurama Volume 3, Episode 1
Amazonia - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Ambo Danse - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Ambria (Desert Planet) - Star Wars universe
Ament Cour - John Scalzi's The God Engines
American Diner - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
American Nosebleed - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
American Polaroid - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Amerind Planet - “The Paradise Syndrome,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 3, Season 3, 19-4-1968
Amerind - Tony Daniel's Devil's Bargain, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, pp. 23-24
Amish Home World - "The Haunting of Philip J. Fry" episode of Futurama, June 30, 2011
Amleth Prime - “Return to Grace,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 13, Season 4, 2-5-1996
Ammuud - Star Wars universe
Amphibios 9 (Kip's home planet) - Futurama universe
Anacona - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Anacreon A I (a.k.a. Agamemnon) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A II (a.k.a. Anacreon) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A III (a.k.a. Meneleus) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A IV (a.ka. Achilles) (Gas Giant) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A IVa (moon) (a.k.a. Neoptolemus) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A IVb (a.k.a. Ulysses) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A V (a.k.a. Priam) (Gas Giant - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A Va (moon) (a.k.a. Hecate) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A Vb (moon) (a.k.a. Hector) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon A VI (a.k.a. Helen) (Gas Giant) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon B I - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon B IIa (moon) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anacreon B III - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Anahita - Sean Williams' Saturn Returns
Anarres (moon)- Ursulla K. LeGuin's The Dispossessed
Anathema - Doctor Who universe
Anaxes - Star Wars universe
Andevin (moon) - “The Forsaken,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 1, 5-23-1993
Andat - Babylon 5 universe
Andevian II - “The Forsaken,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 1, 5-28-1993
Ando (Ocean Planet) - Star Wars universe
Andor a.k.a. Andoria – “Prophet Motive,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 3, 2-20-1995
Andoria a.k.a. Andor – “Prophet Motive,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 3, 2-20-1995
Andrecia - Sylvia Louise Engdahl's Enchantress from the Stars
Andriad - Harry Harrison's short story "The Pliable Animal" in his collection 50 in 50
Andromina - Andromina: The Pleasure Planet 1999 film
Andros a.k.a. Bajor VIII – “Past Prologue,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 2, Season 1, 1-10-1993
Androzani Major (double planet with Androzani Minor - "The Caves of Androzani," episode of Doctor Who
Androzani Minor (double planet with Androzani Major - "The Caves of Androzani," episode of Doctor Who
Aneth (home planet of the Anethans) - "The Horns of Nimon," episode of Doctor Who
Anfogen - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Angel (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Angel One (Matriarchy Planet) - "Angel One," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 1, 1-25-1988
Angslan - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Angosia II - “The Hunted,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 11, Season 3, 1-8-1990
Angvia - Zeta One 1969 film
Ankheny - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Annanworld - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Anoat - Star Wars universe
Anodunos - Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds video role playing game
Anshun - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Antar - Star Wars universe
Antar 4 (moon orbiting the Gas Giant Antar) - Star Wars Universe
Antares - Babylon 5 Universe
Anteevy - Star Wars Universe
Anthea - Walter Tevis' The Man Who Fell to Earth
Antica (Beta Renna star system) - "Lonely Among Us," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 6, Season 1, 11-2-1987
Antide - “Manhunt,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 19, Season 2, 6-19-1989
Antioch - Richard Paul Russo's Ship of Fools
Antony - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Antos 4 - "Whom Gods Destroy," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 71, Season 3, January 3, 1969
Anuurn - C.J. Cherryh's The Chanur Saga
Anvhar (Arctic Planet) - Harry Harrison's Planet of the Damned
Anvil - “And If They Lay Us Down to Rest…” Space: Above and Beyond (SE-123, Parts 1 & 2), May 26, 1996
Anzen - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Aotearoa - M.R. Meluch's The Ninth Circle
Ap (one of 7 moons of World) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Apella - Skipping Stones a short story by Devin Miller at Daily Science Fiction
Aplu (Gas Giant) - David L. Clements' "A War of Stars" short story in Analog January/February 2010
Apollo - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 55
Apollo 4, a.k.a. Norn - Larry Niven's Destiny's Road
Appelobetnees III - Brian W. Aldiss's Bow Down to Nul
Aquari III - David Conyers and David Kernot's short story "Petrochemical Skies" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Aquaterra - Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet 2006 film
Aquitar (Ocean Planet) - Power Rangers television series
Aquifer - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven, p. 209
Arachna - Vernor Vinge's A Deepness in the Sky
Aradia - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star, brief reference p. 289
Arcadia (a.k.a. Eridani Epsilon II) - Poul Anderson's short story "Dialogue" in his collection Dialogue With Darkness
Aragon - Don D'Ammassa's Haven
Aramand - Star Wars universe
Aramen - Jim Grimsley's The Last Green Tree
Arawath - “The Wire,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 22, Season 2, 5-8-1994
Arbazan - “The Search, Part II,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 2, Season 3, 10-3-1994
Arbra - Star Wars universe
Arcadia - Soldier 1998 film
Arcadia - Deceit, a Doctor Who universe novel
Arcadia - Ruse, a Sigilverse comic book series
Arcady - Norman Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale, p. 11
Archanis – “Arena,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 18, Season 1, 1-19-1967
Archanis IV – “Day of the Dove,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 7, Season 3, 11-1-1968
Archer IV – “Yesterday’s Enterprise,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 15, Season 3, 2-19-1990
Archanon - “The Mark of Archanon,” Space: 1999 Episode 8, Season 2, 10-16-1976
Archeopia - Galactus
Archimedes - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Arcon - Rex Gordon's The Yellow Fraction
Arcturas - James Strong's Flight to the Stars
Arcturas III - Chad Oliver's "North Wind," a short story in William F. Nolan's collection A Wilderness of Stars
Arcturas IV - Babylon 5 universe
Ardamador II - John Clute's Appleseed, brief reference, p. 223.
Ardana - "The Cloud Minders," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 74, Season 3, 2-28-1969
Arden - Shadowmind, a Doctor Who universe novel
Ardana – “The Cloud Minders,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 21, Season 3, 2-18-1969
Ardazir - Poul Anderson's We Claim These Stars, p. 44 and the short story "Hunters of the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Ardena - Stargate: SG1 universe
Ares - Firefly/Serenity universe
Arethusa (a.k.a. Nereus II) - Clayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore's Star Trek: The Original Series universe novel Point of Divergence
Argabuthon - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Argellius II - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 36, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Argos (P3X-8596) - "Brief Candle," Stargate SG*1 universe
Argos – “Babel,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 4, Season 1, 1-24-1993
Argolis - "The Leisure Hive," episodes of Doctor Who
Argolis Moon (Terrestrial Moon) – “I, Borg,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 5, 5-11-1992
Argus - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Argus II (Desert Planet) - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
Argus III - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
Argus IV (Arctic Planet) - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
Argus V, a.k.a. Treetrunk - Alan Dean Foster's Dirge
Argyth - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Ariannus – “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 15, Season 3, 1-10-1969
Arias – “Caretaker, Part 1,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 1, Season 1, 1-16-1995
Arice - Stan Johnson and Joshua Shapiro's (nonfiction) The True Story of Bigfoot
Aridius (Desert Planet and former Ocean Planet) - “The Chase,” Doctor Who Season 2, Story Number 16
Ariel - “The Last Sunset,” Space: 1999 Episode 11, Season 1, 1-1-1976
Ariel - Firefly/Serenity universe
Aries - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Arieska - China Miéville's Embassytown
Aris Colony - Babylon 5 universe
Arisia 3 - Babylon 5 universe
Ark - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Arkadia – “The Testament of Arkadia,” Space: 1999 Episode 24, Season 1, 2-12-1976
Arkaria (site of Arkaria base) – “Starship Mine,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 6, 3-29-1993
Arkinfoodle Minor - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Arloff IX - "The Neutral Zone," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 25, Season 1, 5-16-1988 description
Armaghast - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 27; Hyperion Cantos
Armazin - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe)
Armis IX – “Angel One,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 1, 1-25-1988
Arous - The Brain from Planet Arous 1957 film
Arrakis a.k.a. Rakis - Frank Herbert's Dune series
Arrawd - Alan Dean Foster's Running from the Diety
Arruckus - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Arthur (moon of Greene's World) - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow
Artifactovol - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Arvada III – “The Arsenal of Freedom,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 20, Season 1, 4-11-1988
Arwy - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars, brief reference
Arzor - Andre Norton's The Beast Master
Asagarth (Gas Giant) - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Asborg - Poul Anderson's For Love or Glory
Aschen (P4C-970) - Stargate SG1 universe
Asconel - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Aschelan V - "Dreadnaught," Star Trek: Voyager Episode 34, Season 2, 2-12-1996
Asgard - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun trilogy
Asgard - "The Shadow of Space," a short story in Philip Jose Farmer's Down in the Black Gang
Asgard - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Asgard - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Askone - Isaac Asimov's Foundation
Aslund - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Aspahan - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Asperta - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Asquith - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 210
Assmazzara - Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Astervillius - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Astra - Andre Norton's Star Flight
Asuras - Stargate Atlantis universe
Atab Abas - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Atheling's World - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Atlantea Ocean Planet - Maya Kathyrn Bohnhoff's short story "Simple Gifts" Analog January/February 2010
Atlantis (Ocean Planet) — Peter F. Hamilton's The Night's Dawn Trilogy
Athens - Firefly/Serenity universe
Atheria – “Collision Course,” Space: 1999 Episode 13, Season 1, 9-18-1975
Athos - Lois McMaster Bujold's Ethan of Athos
Atifs IV – “Manhunt,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 19, Season 2, 6-19-1989
Atlast - David Brin's Startide Rising p. 50
Atlec (orbiting Omega Sagitta) - “The Outrageous Okona,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 2, 12-12-1988
Aton - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Ator - Star Wars universe
Atrea IV – “The Gambit, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 7, 10-11-1993
Atrios - "The Armageddon Factor," episodes of Doctor Who
Audet IX - "The Child," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 1, Season 2, 11-21-1988
Auclaire IV - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game, brief reference
Auclaire V - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game, brief reference
Audhumla - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Augusta - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Aurianta - Michael Berlyn's The Eternal Enemy
Auriga B - John Lovegrove's World of Fire
Auron - “Children of Auron,” Blake’s 7 Episode C7, 2-18-1980
Aurora - Isaac Asimov's The Caves of Steel, brief reference in The Naked Sun
Avalon - Poul Anderson's Dominic Flandry universe, for example his short story "A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Avalon - Nancy Kress's Crossfire
Avalon - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Avalon a.k.a. Tau Ceti 3 - Larry Niven's Destiny's Road
Avalon - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X and Amazon Planet
Avery III - "Faces," Star Trek: Voyager, Episode 13, Season 1, 5-8-1995
Axista Four - Doctor Who universe
Axum - Star Wars universe
Axxila - Star Wars universe
Ayisha (moon of Babur) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Azanry - Susan Matthews's The Devil and Deep Space
Azbrian - Star Wars universe
Aznir - Susan Matthews's The Devil and Deep Space
Azoll - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, brief reference, p. 99
Azoviton 6 - Michele Dutcher's "Storm Chaser," Aphelion, Issue 122, Vol. 12, June 2008.
Azure - "Nightmare of Eden," episodes of Doctor Who

B Edit

BP6-3Q1 – “Bane,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
Baal's Outpost (P3S-114) - Stargate SG-1 universe
Babel (Neutral Planet) - "Journey to Babel," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode, 44, Season 2, 11-17-1967.
Babalu 4 - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Babur (orbits the star Mogul) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Bachman - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man
Back Alley IV - Mike Resnick's short story "Catastrophe Bakers and a Canticle for Liebowitz" in The New Space Opera 2
BajorStar Trek: Deep Space Nine
Bajor VIII a.k.a. Andros – “Past Prologue,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 2, Season 1, 1-10-1993
Bakura - Star Wars universe, esp. Kathy Tyers The Truce at Bakura
Bal (a.k.a. Baluse) - Lloyd Biggle Jr.'s The Rule of the Door
Balaban - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, Majestrum trilogy
Bal'demnic - Star Wars universe
Balder - Norman Spinrad's The Men in the Jungle, brief reference, p. 25
Baldur - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking and H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference p. 6
Balgut IV - a short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
Balkast - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Ballanchine Twelve - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters, p. 120
Balos - Deathwalker, an episode of Babylon 5, 4-20-1994
Balosnee IV (Vacation Planet) – “The Nagus,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 10, Season 1, 3-21-1993
Balthus - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Balzad IV - "A large on a Small Planet," Episode of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Bandicoot (Gas Giant) - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven, brief reference, p. 20
Bandomeer - Star Wars universe, Jude Watson and Dave Wolverton's Jedi Apprentice
Bandraginus 5 - "The Pirate Planet," episodes of Doctor Who
Banea – “Ex Post Facto,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 7, Season 1, 2-27-1995
Banya Ban - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 87
Bardakia – “Emissary, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 1, 1-3-1993
Bandril (Bandril home planet) - "Timelash," episodes of Doctor Who
Barassa - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Barcelona - "The Parting of the Ways," episode in Season 27 of Doctor Who, brief reference
Bareimus II - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Barents - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act
Barissa Prime - “The Adversary,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 26, Season 3, 6-19-1995
Barkon IV – “Thine Own Self,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 16, Season 7, 2-14-1994
Baronn - Isaac Asimov's Pebble in the Sky
Barnesworld - James Lovegrove's World of Fire, Pp. 172-173
Barnum - Ron Goulart's Clockwork Pirates
Barrayar - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Barrazan Two - Phyllis Gottlieb's O Master Caliban
Barrazan Three - Phyllis Gottlieb's O Master Caliban, brief reference p. 171
Barrazan Four - Phyllis Gottlieb's O Master Caliban
Barrazan Five (Dahlgren's World) - Phyllis Gottlieb's O Master Caliban
Barter Nine a.k.a. Goldblatt's World - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, Pp. 67-70, 117
Basel Dove - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 156
Bastille (Prison Planet) - "Prisons," a short story in Kevin J. Anderson's colelction Landscapes.
Bastion - Star Wars universe
Bathyos (Ocean Planet) - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Baugenphyme (sulphur Desert Planet) - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), brief reference, p. 20
Bavarya - Mack Reynolds's Mission to Horatius, a Star Trek: The Original Series) novel
Beachworld - "Beachworld," a short story in Stephen King's collection Skeleton Crew
Bear (47 Ursae Majoris 3) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Beaumonde - Firefly/Serenity universe
Bedrosia (a.k.a Optrica or P2X-416) – “New Ground,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
Bel II a.k.a. Ishtar, a.k.a. Anubelea III - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Bel-Nar - Babylon 5
Belgaroth - Star Wars universe
Ben Nauk - Greg Bear's Cryptum: The Forernner Saga (Halo universe)
Bergerac (moon) - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The Elysium Commission
Belkadan (location of outpost ExGal 4) - Star Wars universe
Bell's World - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, pp. 99, 301
Bellassa - Star Wars universe
Bellerophon - Firefly/Serenity universe
Belletrix IV - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Bellis - Timothy Zahn's The Third Lynx
Bellus - When Worlds Collide 1951 film
Belu - "Edward Wellen's "These Our Actors," a short story in Robert Hoskin's collection Infinity One
Belzagor a.k.a. Holman's World - Robert Silverberg's Downward to the Earth
Beltane IX - "Coming of Age," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 1, 3-14-1988 description
Bembo - John Kessel's short story "Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance," in The New Space Opera 2
Benecia Colony - "Turnabout Intruder," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 79, Season 3, 6-3-1969
Bent’s World – Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, brief reference p. 140
Benzar - "Coming of Age," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 1, 3-14-1988 description
Beowulf - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Beowulf - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Bephis - Ian McDonald's "The Tear," a short story in Gardner Dozois' collection Galactic Empires
Berchest (location of Calius saj Leeloo) - Star Wars universe
Berengaria VII (also Bering Deria 7) – “The Side of Paradise,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 24, Season 1, 3-2-1967
Bernadette - Firefly/Serenity universe
Bernard’s World - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 246-247
Bersallis III – “Lessons,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 19, Season 6, 4-5-1993
Beser'ez - Karen Traviss' Wess'har Wars universe
Bespin (Gas Giant location of Cloud City) - Star Wars Episodes V and VI
Bessan - Doctor Who universe
Bestine IV - Star Wars universe
β Orionis - "Slippage City," a short story in Fred Hoyle's collection Element 79
Beta (one of three moons of Greentrees) - Nancy Kress's Crossfire
Colony Beta 6 - "The Squire of Gothos," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 18, Season 1, 1-12-1967, brief reference
Beta 9 - Babylon 5 universe
Beta 12 - Babylon 5 universe
Earth Colony Beta 12 A - "Day of the Dove," in Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 66, Season 3, 11-1-1968
Beta Agni II – “The Most Toys,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 22, Season 3, 5-7-1990
Beta Andromedae XII - Robert Silverberg's short story "Prime Commandment"
Beta Antares IV – “A Piece of the Action,” Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 17, Season 2, 1-12-1968
Beta Colony - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Beta Li'odo - Howard Weinstein's Power Hungry (Star Trek: The Next Generation novel), brief reference p. 20
Beta Moon, Peliar Zel - “The Host,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 4, 5-13-1991
Beta Persei a.k.a. Algol - “Encounter at Farpoint, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 1, Season 1, 9-28-1987
Beta Portalin - "Operation Annihilate!" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 29, Season 1, 4-13-1967
Beta Phyxis III (a.k.a. Phoenix) - John Scalzi's Old Man's War
BetazedStar Trek; Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Beta Site (P3X-984) - Stargate SG-1 universe
Betelgeuse - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Betelgeuse - Spaced Out 1979 film
Betelgeuse 4 - John Vornholt’s Blood Oath (Babylon 5 novel)
Betelgeuse 5 - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Betelgeuse 6 - John Vornholt’s Voices (Babylon 5 novel)
Betelgeuse 7 - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Betelgeuse VII - Stephen Colbert’s Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure, Chapter 26
Betelgeuse IX - William Tenn's "Betelgeuse Bridge," a short story in Robert A. Heinlein's Tomorrow the Stars
Betha - “The Last Enemy,” Space: 1999 Episode 18, Season 1, 2-19-1976
Bethselamin - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Betrushia - St Anthony's Fire, Doctor Who novel
Beylix - Firefly/Serenity universe
Bharini - Geetanjali Dighe's short story "Living With Trees" Daily Science Fiction, February 25, 2013
Bharis - David Brin's "The Other Side of the Hill," a short story in Tomorrow Happens, Deb Geisler, ed.
Bifrost - "Landscapes," a short story in Kevin J. Anderson's collection Landscapes
Bifrost - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Big Ben - Peter Watts's Blindsight
Big Rock (moon of Prute) - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief
Bija'dom - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Bilana II – “New Ground,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 5, 1-6-1992
Bilbringi - Star Wars universe
Bildunsrunia - Evan Mandery's First Contact: Or, Its Later Than You Think. p. 45
Bille - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, Majestrum trilogy
Bimmiel - Star Wars universe
Bimmisaari - Star Wars universe
Binary (SF planet) - "At the Core," a short story in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Binder (terrestrial moon) - Jenny Ogiwara and the AntiFems a short story by Gary W. Feat in Aphelion 14, 145 July-August 2010
Binipinardia - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command cartoon
Bishop's Call - John Scalzi's The God Engines
Bizmant's World - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Blackguard - Erik M. Roth's "Blackguard's Finest," a short story in Aphelion, 1999.
Blackstrap - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, Pp. 140, 173
Blargon 7 - "The One With the Screamer," 'Friends television comedy series Episode 322
Blasusarr - Alan Dean Foster's Humanx Commonwealth
Blaylock B - Charles Stross’s 'Iron Sunrise, Pp. 24-25
Blenjeel - Star Wars universe
Blessed - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love
Blimminery - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 18
Blodgett - Harry Harrison's The Stainless Steel Rat for President
Blorch - Invader Zim cartoon series
Blue - Alexis Glynn Latner's Hurricane Moon
Blue Moon - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords
Blue World - Robert Reed's The Well of Stars
BlueSky VI - John Scalzi's Fuzzy Nation
Blythe System - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Boadacea James Blish's short story "A Style in Treason" in Galaxy June 1970
Bocai - Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries From The Dead
Bofors - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game, brief reference
Bog - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Bog - Maya Kathyrn Bohnhoff's short story "Simple Gifts" Analog January/February 2010
Bogden - Star Wars universe
Bohraj - Charles Stross’s Iron Sunrise, p. 72
Boj - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Bolarus IX – “Allegiance,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 3, 3-26-1990; Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Boodie Nen - Invader Zim cartoon series
Boondock IV - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude, brief reference, p. 14
Bonadan - Star Wars universe
Bonde (SF planet) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Bonnburg - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire, brief reference
Bopak II – “Hippocratic Oath,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 3, Season 4, 10-16-1995
Boraal II – “Homeward,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 7, 1-17-1994
Boradis - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 36, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Boradis III – “The Emissary,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 20, Season 2, 6-29-1989
Boreal III – “Silicon Avatar,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 5, 10-14-1991
Borealis - Star Wars universe
Boreth (Klingon sacred world) - Star Trek universe
Borka VI – “Face of the Enemy,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 14, Season 6, 2-8-1993
Bornok - "Heirloom," a short story bu Norman Spinrad in his collection No Direction Home
Boros - Firefly/Serenity universe
Borthal's World - Sheri S. Tepper's Shadow's End
Bortresoye - "The Creed of the Kromon," episodes of Doctor Who
Boslic – “The Homecoming,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 2, 9-26-1993
Botany — Anne McCaffrey's Catteni Series
Bothawui (Bothawui Proper) - Star Wars universe
Boudeuse - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 79
Boz Pity (Burial Planet) - Star Wars universe
Bozlen Two - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas
Bpflash - Star Wars universe
Braah (home planet of the Ogrons) - "Frontier in Space" episodes of Doctor Who
Bradley's World - Robert Silverberg's "The Pleasure of Your Company," a short story in Robert Hoskin's collection Infinity One
Bracas V – “The Loss,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 4, 12-31-1990
Braggi - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 202
Brain Slug Planet - Futurama
Brasil Novo (Immega 714 2) a.k.a. Bravo, a.k.a. Peekaboo Two - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
Bravo (Immega 714 2) a.k.a. Brazil Novo, a.k.a. Peekaboo Two - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
Brax – “Q-Less,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 6, Season 1, 2-7-1993
Breadbasket Dan Larnerd's short story "On A Crooked Planet," Raygun Revival. June 8, 2011
Breakmann - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Breese - John Scalzi's The God Engines
Bre’el IV – “Deja Q,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 3, 2-5-1990
Brekka (Delos IV, a different planet and star system from the Delos IV where Beverly Crusher interned) - "Symbiosis," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 21, Season 1, 4-18-1988
Brentaal - Star Wars universe
Brequinda - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Brentalia – “New Ground,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 5, 1-6-1992
Bressia – Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 141
Breton Colony probable (Celtic Planet)- John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 301
Brevor - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Brezane - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Briand - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Brightkinde (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams' Aristoi
Brimstone (terraformed moon) - Laura J. Mixon's Burning the Ice
Brinda V – “Shadow play,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 2, 2-20-1994
Bringold V – “Up the Long Ladder,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 2, 5-22-1989
Brinze - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Brjnn - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 217
Brolligo - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Brolf - Timothy Zahn's Outbound Flight (Star Wars universe)
Brolyo - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Bronson Alpha (orbiting rogue star Bellus) - When Worlds Collide 1951 film
Bronson Beta (orbiting rogue star Bellus) - When Worlds Collide 1951 film
Brontitall - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Browder IV – “Allegiance,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 3, 3-26-1990
BrunnisLexx universe
Brycion - Norman Spinrad's 'The Solarians
Bryma – “The Maquis, Part II,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 21, Season 2, 5-1-1994
Buchad - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Bucol II – “Animals,” Blake’s 7 Episode D5, 10-26-1981
Buffo - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Buktu - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Buskey - Brian Aldiss's The Dark Light Years, brief reference p. 79
Busted Axel - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference p. 179
Butcher Bay (Prison Planet) - The Chronicle of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay game
Byer's Planet - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky p. 38
Bynaus – “11001001,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 14, Season 1, 2-1-1988
Byss - Star Wars universe
Byway - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe

C Edit

CD-49 - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire
Caamas - Star Wars universe
Cabal - Sheri S. Tepper's Shadow's End
Cabbage - Evil Alien Conquerors 2002 film
Cadomai - Star Wars universe
Caduces (one of two moons of Hermes) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Caelum (a.k.a. Throne) - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Cal Seti - Star Wars universe
Calafia - David Brin's Startide Rising
Caldik Prime - “The Caretaker, Part 1,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 1, Season 1, 1-16-1995
Caldonia – “The Price,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 8, Season 3, 11-13-1989
Caledonia - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 217
Caliban - Anderson Gentry's The Crider Chronicles
Caliban - Don D'Ammassa's Haven
Caliban - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Caligula - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Callë - James Blish's short story "This Earth of Hours" in Fantasy and Science Fiction June 1959
Callinon VII (Gas Giant) - “The Search, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 3, 9-26-1994
Calliope - Mike Resnick's short story "Catastrophe Bakers and a Canticle for Liebowitz: in The New Space Opera 2
Callnowia - Invader Zim cartoon series
Calondia IV - “Playing God,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 17, Season 2, 2-27-1994
Calpurnia - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Calufrax - "The Pirate Planet," episodes of Doctor Who
Camazotz - Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time
Camblyne - Andre Norton's novel Plague Ship
Camden - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 92
Camelot - Don D'Ammassa's Haven, brief reference
Cameo - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Campor III – “Defiant,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 9, Season 3, 11-21-1994
Camor V - "Bloodlines," Star Trek: The Next Generation
Camus II - "Turnabout Intruder," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 79, Season 3, 6-3-1969
Canamar (Prison Planet) “Canamar,” Star Trek: Enterprise Episode 17, Season 2, 2-26-2003
Cancri-9 (a.k.a. Steel World) - B.V. Larson's novel Steel World (Undying Mercenaries series)
Candela - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe, brief reference
Canis Lunis - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Cannibilon (cannibal planet)- Futurama
Cantor V - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Canyon (formerly Warhead) - Larry Niven's The Ringworld Engineers
Cap - Nancy Kress's Crucible
Capaise - Brian Aldiss's The Helliconia Trilogy
Capella II - Chad Oliver's "North Wind," a short story in William F. Nolan's collection A Wilderness of Stars
Capella IV - Chad Oliver's "North Wind," a short story in William F. Nolan's collection A Wilderness of Stars
Capella 4 (Mining Planet) - "Friday's Child," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 32, Season 2, 12-1-1967, also Carmen Carter's Dreams of the Raven, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, p. 170
Capella VIII - Robert A. Heinlein's Time for the Stars, p. 238
Capital (orbits Nova Sol A) - Roger MacBride Allen's Rogue Power
Capital Planet - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Caprica – “The Farm,” Battlestar Galactica, Season 2
Cardassia Prime – “Emissary, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 1, 1-3-1993; Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 88
Cardassia III – “Prophet Motive,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 3, 2-20-1995
Cardassia IV (possible Prison Planet) - “The Homecoming,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 2, 9-26-1993
Cardassia V – “Shadowplay,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 16, Season 2, 2-20-1994
Carida - Star Wars universe
Carolus - Robert A. W. Lowndes's The Puzzle Planet
Carox A II - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, brief reference
Carpathia - Outcasts television series
Carraya IVStar Trek: The Next Generation Episode 16, Season 6, 2-22-1993, Carraya IV Described
Carston's Planet - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars, brief reference
Carsus - Spiral Scratch, Doctor Who novel
Caslon - John Kessel's short story "Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance," in The New Space Opera 2
Casagan - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Cassandra - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Cassp (Gas Giant) - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Castacorze - Brian W. Aldiss' Bow Down to Nul
Castell - Star Wars universe
Castor's Planet - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars, brief reference
Castrovalva - "Andromeda," episodes of Doctor Who
Catalan - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson’s Spice Planet (Dune universe)
Catalina - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Catarkhus - Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries From The Dead
Catastrophea - Catastrophea Doctor Who novel
Cathanor - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Cathar Star Wars universe
Cathor - Cleve Cartmill's short story prediticitn nuclear weapons "Deadline," Astounding March 1944
Cato Neimoidia - Star Wars universe
Castal I - “Suddenly Human,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 4, 10-15-1990
Caulfeld III (Arctic Planet) - “The Rebellion," Star Wars universe
Celsus V - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Celtris I - “Chain of Command, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 6, 12-14-1992
Centares - Star Wars universe
Centaurus 7 - "Requiem for Methuselah," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 76, Season 3, 2-14-1969, brief reference
Central World - James White's Star Surgeon, p. 279
Centris Magna - Charles Stross’s Iron Sunrise, p. 120
Centuris - Stan Johnson and Joshua Shapiro's (nonfiction) The True Story of Bigfoot
Centaurus III - James Blish's short story "Beep" in Galaxy, February 1954
Cephlon - “Deliverance,” Blake’s 7 Episode A12, 3-20-1978
Cerberus - Jack L. Chalker's The Four Lords of the Diamond series
Cercopes - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Cerebrus II - “Too Short a Lesson,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 15, Season 1, 2-8-1988
Cerea - Star Wars universe
Cereb (moon) - Neal Ascher's Gridlinked
Cerulia 4, a.k.a. Vixen - Poul Anderson's We Claim These Stars, pp. 19-21
Cestus - Star Wars universe (Cestus is also a star in the Star Trek universe)
Cestus III - "Arena," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 19, Season 1, 1-19-1967; Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Cethyd - Iain M. Bank's The Hydrogen Sonata
Ceti Alpha V - "Space Seed," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode, 2-16-67
Ceti Gamma II - Babylon 5 universe
Ceto - Geoff Nelder's short story "Colloidal Suspension" in David Conyers et al., eds.s Extreme Planets
Chaar - Transformers series
Chad - Star Wars universe
Chagfun - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep
Chalderescol - James White's Hospital Station, p. 124
Chalganna - Star Wars universe
Chandrila - Star Wars universe
Charcunga - "Mortos Der Soulstealer episode of Invader Zim cartoon series
Charity - Robert A. Heinlein's Starman Jones
Charo - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Chasulon (Broltur home world) - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Chloris Doctor Who universe
Cheyne III - Neal Ascher's Gridlinked
Chabad - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Chaka Home - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Chaltok IV “Time and Again,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 3, Season 1, 1-30-1995
Chao Phrya - Brian Stableford's Promised Land, Hooded Swan universe
Chao Ti - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Chapek 9 - "Fear of a Bot Planet," Futurama, Volume 1, Episode 5
Charis (moon over Vulcan) - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek Novel), pp. 54-57
Charmian (moon of Cleopatra) - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Charon - Jack L. Chalker's The Four Lords of the Diamond series
Chartago a.k.a. PBX-1279 – “Cor-Ai,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1
Charum Hakkor - Greg Bear's Cryptum: The Forernner Saga (Halo universe)
Cheeringboda - Norman Spinrad's The Men in the Jungle, brief reference, p. 24
Chelonia - (home planet of the Chelonians) - The Highest Science Doctor Who novel
Cherby - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe, brief reference p. 127
Chereion - Poul Anderson's Technic History universe, for example the short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Chermosh (Buddhist planet) - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 115
Cheron - "Let That be Your Last Battlefield," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 70, Season 3, 1-10-1969
Chicolini - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters'
Chilo - Tobias Buckell's Sly Mongoose.
Chimeleon - Sean Williams' Saturn Returns
Chin - Matthew Hughes's Majestrum
China III - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Chiron - Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri video game
Chloris - "The Creature from the Pit," episodes of Doctor Who
Chobe's World - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Chorrey - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Chronos (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Chthon - Piers Anthony's Chthon
Chudra - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Chulak - "Children of the Gods" and “Bloodlines,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1; “The Serpent’s Venom,” Stargate SG1 Season 4; “Moebius, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8; “Fourth Horseman, Part 1,” Stargate SG-1 Season 9
Ciceronicus 12 - Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Cil - Isaac Asimov's Second Empire
Cimmeria - "Thor's Hammer," Stargate SG-1 Season 1; “Thor’s Chariot,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
Cinderblock - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Cineplex 14 - "A Bicyclops Built for Two," Futurama Volume 2, Episode 9
Cinna - Isaac Asimov's Forward the Foundation
Cinnagar - Star Wars universe
Cinruss - James White's Hospital Station, p. 124
Circarporus V - Star Wars universe
Circe - Gridlinked
Circle IV - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Circoven - Neal Asher's "Shell Game," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Ciress - Sigilverse (comic book) universe
Clabshub - Brian Aldiss's The Dark Light Years brief reference p. 79
Clack'dor VII - Star Wars universe
Claghorne - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Claw - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars, brief reference
Clementina - Brian Aldiss's The Dark Light Years, p. 31
Cleopatra - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Cles - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Clitoris - Vegas In Space 1991 film
Clom (twin planet of Raxicoricofallapatorius) - Doctor Who universe
Clonclurry - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 185
Cobalt - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Col Hydrae 7 - Tad Williams's short story "The Tenth Muse" in The New Space Opera 2
Colonized Planet 3 a.k.a. Planet 2 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 3 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 3 (1) (Terrestrial Moon - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series, Pp. 158-159
Colonized Planet 8 a.k.a. Planet 8 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 9 a.k.a. Planet 9 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 22 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 23 (Desert Planet) - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 24 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colonized Planet 25 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colony - Kurt Heinrich Hyatt's short story, "Cellarman", Aphelion December 2010-January 2011, Vol. 14, Issue 148
Colony 10, a.k.a. Planet 10 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Colony 622 (orbits 47 Ursae Majoris) - John Scalzi's Old Man's War p. 183
Colsiti - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect, p. 287
Colthenheim - A History Channel Thanksgiving 15th Season, 13th Episode of South Park November 9, 2011.
Coltice (orbits Polaris) - Scientology
Comagrave - Alan Dean Foster's Diurnity's Dawn
Commerce Planet 01 - "Premiere," Farscape Season 1, 3-19-1999
Comporellon - Foundation's Edge
Compson's World - Chris Moriarty's Spin State
Cona - Star Wars universe
Concord Dawn - Star Wars universe
Conrad's World - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Code
Constance - Robert A. Heinlein's Time for the Stars
Constance (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Constantia - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Conventia - Invader Zim cartoon series
Conveyoorus - "Megadoomer," episode of Invader Zim cartoon series
Coral - John Scalzi's Old Man's War
Coralemon - "Sucker Bait," a short story in Isaac Asimov's The Martian Way and Other Stories brief reference
Cordelet - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Corellia - Star Wars universe
Coridan - "Journey to Babel," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode, 44, Season 2, 11-17-1967 Reference as a Mining Colony, "Shadows of P'Jem," Star Trek: Enterprize Episode 14, Season 1, 2-6-2002
Corinthia (SF planet) - Anderson Gentry's The Crider Chronicles
Cormoral - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Cornelia - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Corobon – “The Evidence,” a short story by Len Shaw in Nebula Science Fiction Volume 2, Issue 19
Corrin - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Dune: The Battle of Corrin Dune series
Corthid - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum, p. 108
Corulag - Star Wars universe
Coruscant - Star Wars universe
Corvis Minor - Star Wars universe
Cos (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams' Aristoi
Courmaline - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Cova Banda - John Scalzi's Old Man's War
Covenant - Tad Williams's short story "The Tenth Muse" in The New Space Opera 2
Cowboydan - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Coyote (2nd Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote; Coyote Rising
Crematoria (Prison Planet) - Film The Chronicles of Riddick 2004
Cremer - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Cronos - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Crucible - Tanya Huff's The Heart of War
Crucible - Alastair Reynolds's Blue Remembered Earth
Crux - Paul Preuss's Arthur C. Clarke's Venus Prime V: Volume 6: The Shining Ones
Csilla - Star Wars universe
Cube World - G. David Nordley's To Climb a Flat Mountain.
Culain (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 15
Cularin - Star Wars universe
Curtana - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Cut (one of 7 moons of World) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Cyclopia - "A Bicyclops Built for Two," Futurama Volume 2, Episode 9
Cygnet IV - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, - p. 291
Cygnet XIV - "Tomorrow is Yesterday," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 21, Season 1, 1-26-1969
Cygnus Alpha - “The Way Back,” Blake’s 7 Episode A1, 1-2-1978; "Cygnus Alpha," Blake's 7 Episode A3, 1-16-1978
Cygnus X-1 - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Cynthia (orbits star O2 Eridani AH) - "Day of Burning," short story in Poul Anderson's Beyond the Beyond, star identified in Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Cyrillia - “The Q and the Grey,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 11, Season 3, 11-27-1996
Cyteen - C.J. Cherryh's Downbelow Station and Merchanter's Luck
Cytheria “The Nth Degree,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 19, Season 4, 4-1-1991
Cyrus III - Babylon 5 universe

D Edit

D'Urth - Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Da Soocha V - Star Wars universe
Dac - Star Wars universe
Dachlyd – “Captain’s Holiday,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 19, Season 3, 4-2-1990
Daedelus (Mining Planet) - “Rule of Law,” The Outer Limits Episode 718, Season 7
Daedalus (Gas Giant) - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Daedalus - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act
Dagobah - Star Wars universe
Dagon - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Dagoola IV - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Dagostin - China Miéville's Embassytown
Dakala (Rogue Planet) – “Rogue Planet,” Star Trek: Enterprise Episode 17, Season 1, 3-2-2002
Dahlgren's World (Barrazan Five) - Phyllis Gottlieb's O Master Caliban
Dakar - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Dakara – “Reckoning, Part 1,” “Reckoning, Part 2” and “Threads,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
Daled IV – “The Dauphin,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 2, 2-20-1989
Daluse - Lloyd Biggle Jr.'s The Rule of the Door
Damogran (Ocean Planet) - The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Danaan - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, Pp. 107-108
Dangella III - David R. George's Allegiance in Exile, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, p. 164
Dangrobad Beta - The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Dantooine - Star Wars universe
Dansson - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 46
Dante's Eye - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Danuta - Star Wars universe
Dapdrof a.k.a. Pestolozzi - Brian Aldiss's The Dark Light Years
Dara - Murray Leinster's novel This World is Taboo fill text
Daran V - "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 65, Season 3, 11-8-1968
Darenthia - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Daribow - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Darien - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Darius (moon) - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy
Darkbloom - Walter Jon Williams' Aristoi
Darnis - Gridlinked
Darwin 4Alien Planet nonfiction television
Davlos III - “Visionary,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 17, Season 3, 2-27-1995
Darwin IV - Wayne Douglas Barlowe's Expedition: Being an Account in Words and Artwork of the 2358 A.D. Voyage to Darwin IV
Dathomir - Star Wars universe
Dathyna - Poul Anderson's Satan's World
Davanna - Not of This Earth 1957 film
Davlos VI - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 253
Dawn - Alan Dean Foster's Diurnity's Dawn
Dayan - Poul Anderon's Ensign Flandry
Davos IV - “Blood Oath,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 19, Season 2, 3-27-1994
Dazzle (moon) - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels
Deadwood (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Decapod 10 (Dr. Zoidberg's home planet) - Futurama
Dee Pee Three (a.k.a. Delta Pavonis Three) - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire
Deemi - David Brin's Uplift universe
Deep Water - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, brief reference p. 182
Deerfly - Brenda Cooper's Reading the Wind, p. 252
Deimos - “Sugar Dirt,” Space: Above and Beyond (SE-122), 4-19-1996
Delaya (Alderaan III) - Star Wars universe
Delcadore - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Delfi II - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale
Delicass - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 182
Dellaconda - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delmak-O – Philip K. Dick’s A Maze of Death
Delos III a.k.a. Ornara - (Delos III is in the same star system as Brekka/Delos IV but not in the same star system as the Delos IV where Beverly Crusher interned) - "Symbiosis," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 21, Season 1, 4-18-1988 description
Delos IV a.k.a. Brekka - "Symbiosis," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 21, Season 1, 4-18-1988 description
Delos IV (where Beverly Crusher interned) - Star Trek: The Next Generation
Delphon - "Spearhead from Space," episodes of Doctor Who
DelphosWild, Wild Planet 1965 spaghetti sci-fi film
Delta - “The Last Enemy,” Space: 1999 Episode 18, Season 1, 2-19-1976
Delta Three - HG Wells' The Shape of Things to Come 1979 film
Delta Capitis Lupi - Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet
Delta Karpis I - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delta Karpis III (a.k.a. Kissoff) - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delta Karpis IV - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delta Karpis V - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delta Karpis VII (Gas Giant) - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Delta Magna (Swamp Planet) - "The Power of Kroll," episodes of Doctor Who
Delta-Paulana - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Delta Pavonis Three (a.k.a. Dee Pee Three) - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire
Delta Sigma IV - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 170
Delta Vega - "Where No Man Has Gone Before," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 1, Season 1, 9-22, 1966
Deluros VIII - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Demar - Star Wars universe
Demarchia - Foundation's Triumph
Demea (orbits 82 Eridani) - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Demeter - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Demetria - Sigilverse (comic book) universe
Demos - Doctor Who universe
Denaria - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Deneb 2 - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 36, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Deneb IV - "Encounter at Farpoint, Part I" and "Encounter at Farpoint, Part II," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 1, Season 1, 9-28-1987
Deneb IV - Babylon 5
Deneb IV - "The Mystery of Deneb IV," a short story by Robert Silverberg in Fantastic, February 1957
Deneb IX a.k.a. Alpha Cygnus IX - “Sarek,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 3, 5-14-1990
Deneb Drei (Deneb 3) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion
Deneb Vier (Deneb 4) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 283
Deneva - "Operation Annihilate!" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 29, Season 1, 4-13-1967
Denius III - “Contagion,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 11, Season 2, 3-20-1989
Denon - Star Wars universe
Dennitza (Zoria III) - Poul Anderson's short story "A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Deralia - Star Wars universe
Derby - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Derowd - Isaac Asimov's Prelude to Foundation
Desperus (Prison Planet) - "The Daleks' Master Plan," episodes of Doctor Who
Dessica II - “Gambit, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 7, 10-11-1993
Destrillion (sister planet to Dubrillion) - Star Wars universe
Deva Loka - "Kinda," episodes of Doctor Who
Devaron - Star Wars universe
Devastis - "Tak, the Hideous New Girl" episode of Invader Zim cartoon series
Devida II – “Times Arrow, Part 1,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 26, Season 7, 6-15-1992
Deyer - Star Wars universe
Dezni - David Brin's Uplift universe
Dhantu - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire
Dharel (Farkfar System) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Dhennar a.k.a. Kush 8 - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Dhrawn - Hal Clement's Star Light (high gravity world)
Diadem - Alastair Reynold's Revelation Space universe
Dido – “The Rescue,” Doctor Who Season 2, Story Number 11, 2-1-1964
Dilbia - Gordon R. Dickson's novella trilogy The Right to Arm Bears
Dinadh - Sheri S. Tepper's Shadow's End
Diomedes - Poul Anderson's Dominic Flandry universe, for example his War of the Wing-Men
Dionis - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Diplos - "The Stones of Blood," episodes of Doctor Who
Diporia - Isaac Asimov's short story "Profession" in his collection Nine Tomorrows
Dirna, a.k.a Procyon IX - Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 121, 142
Dirt - "Tak, the Hideous New Girl" episode of Invader Zim cartoon series
Dis - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Dis (Desert Planet) - Harry Harrison's Planet of the Damned
Disneyplanet - brief reference in "Ephiphanies," an episode of Babylon 5
Djiminid (Gas Giant) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist, p. 382
Dobe - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, brief reference p. 161
Dog (1st Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Dogdoo 7 - Futurama
Doldur - Star Wars universe
Dolium V, a.k.a. Zalda - Star Trek universe
Dollar (moon orbiting Ree'hdworld - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind
Domo - “Assassin,” Blake’s 7 Episode D7, 11-9-1981
Don Martin 3 - "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid," episode of Futurama
Donarr - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters in the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: Last Knight of Terra
Doon (Arrukus) - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Doon 8 - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game, brief reference
Doradus - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Dorca - “The Dorcons,” Space: 1999 Episode 24, Season 2, 11-12-1977
Dorchlunt (German Planet) - Zach Hughes's Closed System
Doreen - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Doria - James Gunn's Transcendental
Doridora III - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, brief reference
Dorin - Star Wars universe
Dorsai - Gordon Dickson's Dorsai series
Dorumaa (moon) - Star Wars
Dorvan V – “Journey’s End,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 20, Season 7, 3-28-1994; Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 320
Dosadi — Frank Herbert's The Dosadi Experiment
Double Happiness - Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda television series
Down - "The Handicapped," a short story in Larry Niven's collection Neutron Star
Downunder (possible reference to colonization by Australians) - Don D'Ammassa's Haven, brief reference, p. 101
Dozaria – “Indiscretion,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 4, Season 4, 10-23-1995
DQN 1196 (Hellhole) - Peter David's Strike Zone, a Star Trek Next Generation novel, Pp. 72-73
Draada - "Heirloom," a short story bu Norman Spinrad in his collection No Direction Home
Drabia - “The Q and the Grey,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 11, Season 3, 11-27-1996
Dracon - Enemy Mine 1985 film
Draconia (home planet of the Draconians - "Frontier in Space," episodes of Doctor Who, March 31, 1973
Drahva (home planet of the Drahvins) - "Galaxy 4," episodes of Doctor Who
Dragon's End - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels, brief reference p. 121
Drakka - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Drall - Star Wars universe
Drallab - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, pp. 29-39
Drambo a.k.a. Meatball (Ocean Planet) - James White's Major Operation, in Beginning Operations: A Sector General Omnibus
Drayan II - "Innocence," Star Trek: Voyager, Episode 39, Season 2, 4-8-1996
Draylon II – “Sanctuary,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 10, Season 2, 11-28-1993
Dreaden - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, p. 222
DreamVeil - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Dregocia (Mining Planet) - “The Summit,” The Outer Limits Episode 513, Season 5, 5-21-1999
Drema IV - “Pen Pals,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 15, Season 2, 5-1-1989
Dreon VII – “For the Cause,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 21, Season 4, 5-6-1996
Rrissana II - David R. George III's Star Trek novel Allegiance in Exile
Drongar - Star Wars universe
Droplet - Over a Torrent Sea, Star Trek Titan series novel
Droxy - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 33
Druckenwell - Star Wars universe
Drygulch - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference, p. 79; Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, Pp. 161, 169
Dubiety, a.k.a. Haze - L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s Haze
Dubrillion (sister planet to Destrillion) - Star Wars universe
Ducommun - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
Dude Planet - “Planet Dude,” The Jetsons Episode 13, 12-16-1962
Dugl III (homeworld of the Dulgaari) - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians
Dugl IV (Gas Giant) - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians, p. 78
Dugl V (Gas Giant) - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians, p.78
Dugl VI - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians
Dulkis – “The Dominators,” Doctor Who Season 6, Story Number 44, (4 episodes) 8-10-1968 to 9-7-1968
Dunant - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Dune - Frank Herbert's Dune universe
Dunuos a.k.a. Hraggellon - John Morressy's Frostworld and Dreamfire
Duralis - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 191
Durani - Babylon 5 universe
Durendal - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Duro - Star Wars universe
Dusilian IV – “Unification, Part II,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 8, Season 5, 11-11-1991
Durenia IV – “Remember Me,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 5, Season 4, 10-22-1990
Duthul - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek Novel), p. 39
Dxun (moon or sister planet of Onderon) - Star Wars universe
Dyar - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx
Dyhedra - Gene Roddenbery's Andromeda
Dyson Alpha - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Dytallix B a.k.a. Mira V (Mining Planet and Ribbon World) - "Conspiracy," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 24, Season 1, 5-9-1988
Dyton - Firefly/Serenity universe

E Edit

Eadrax – Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Eagle (3rd Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Earth II - Jason X 2001 film
Earth2 (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams' Aristoi
Earth 2 - Another Earth 2011 film
Ebola 9 - Futurama
Eccentric - Piers Anthony's Thousand Star
Eden (poisonous planet where bad hippies die) - "The Way to Eden," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 75, Season 3, 2-21-1969
Eden 7 (carpet bombed by Zapp Brannigan) - Futurama
Edenburg - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 71
Edge - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 37
E.D.N. III - Lost Planet: Extreme Condition video game
Edora – “A Hundred Days,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
'eglantine (Ulubris system) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist
Ehemi - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Eiger’s World - Charles Stross’s Iron Sunrise, p. 164
Eild - Susan R. Matthews's Prisoner of Conscience
Ekos - "Patterns of Force," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 52, Season 2, 11-16-1968
El-Adrel IV - “Darmok,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 2, Season 5, 9-30-1991
El Grande (Gas Giant) - Ben Jeapes's Phoenicia's World
El Kuara - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Elaas - "Elaan of Troyius," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 57, Season 3, 12-20-1968
Elag a.k.a. Haven - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy
Elamin IX - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Elaysia - “Melora,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 6, Season 2, 10-31-1993
Elan - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Elba II - "Whom Gods Destroy," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 71, Season 3, 1-3-1969
Eleutheria - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Ellna - “Devil’s Planet,” Space: 1999 Episode 22, Season 2, 9-1-1977
Elom - Star Wars universe
Elpenor (gas Giant) - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Elrood - Star Wars universe
Elsewhere - Sheri Tepper's Shadow's End
Eltanin (Gamma Draconis) - Ursula K. Le Guin's Planet of Exile
Elysia - Sigilverse (comic book) universe
Elysia - Robert A. Heinlein's Time for the Stars
Elysium - L.E. Modesiit Jr.'s The Elysium Commission
Elysium - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Elysium (Mining Planet) - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, Pp. 194-195
Elysium - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Eminiar VII - "A Taste of Armageddon," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 23, Season 1, 2-23-1967
Emporia - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords
Enara Prime - “Remember,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 6, Season 3, 10-9-1996
Enchanter - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Ender's World - Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game
Endor (Gas Giant) - Star Wars universe
Endymion - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow, p. 127
Endsa - John Scalzi's The God Engines
Enesi - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
England - "The King and I," a faux play in The King is Dead episode of Family Guy' animated television series
Enigma 88 (Arctic Planet) - Hal Clement's short story, "Still River," Locus Vol. 20, #5, No.316, May 1987
Enlil - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow, p. 187
Ennan VI - “Time Squared,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 2, 4-3-1969
Ennth - Star Wars universe
Entartiodroma - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
EnterCo - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer, brief reference
Eolhxir - John Clute's Appleseed
Eos - Star Wars universe
Enobarbus - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Ephesus Three - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, p. 87
Epsilon Caneris 3 - "Metamorphosis," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 31, Season 2, 11-10-1967
Epsilon Cuniculi 7 - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), p. 68
Epsilon Hydra VII - “Q-Less,” Star Trek Deep Space Nine Episode 6, Season 1, 2-7-1993
Epsilon Indi A (a.k.a. Shamo) - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire, p. 255
Epsilon Moon - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Eqbas Vorhi - Karen Traviss' Wess'har Wars universe
Erabus Prime - “Q-Less,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 6, Season 1, 2-7-1993
Ercu - Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Erewhon - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Erie - John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale
Ergo - Star Wars universe
Erebusal - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Eriadu - Star Wars universe
Eridan - "On the Rock," a short story in Colin Harvey's collection Displacement
40 Eridani 4 a.k.a. Vulcan - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek novel), pp. 54-57
82 Eridani III (a.k.a. Planet Xi) 0 R.M. Meluch's Strength and Honor, p. 92
Eridani Foxtrot - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 18
Eroticon VI – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Eros - Unarius (a UFO Religion)
Errikang VII - “Q-Less,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 6, Season 1, 2-7-1993
Erythro (moon) - Isaac Asimov's Nemesis
Escobar - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Esflavian – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Eshri - Iain M. Banks's The Hydrogen Sonata
Esmeralda - Ron Goulart's Clockwork Pirates
Experance - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Esseles - Star Wars universe
Esthaa a.k.a. Aurigae Epsilon V - "Your Haploid Heart,"; a short story by James Tiptree. Jr. in Analog 1969 and World's Best Science Fiction 1970, ed. Donald A. Wallheim & Terry Carr
Estrada's World - Harry Harrison's Planet of the Damned, brief reference
Eta Carina XCIX (Twenty-First Earth) - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2
Eta Ceta IV - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Eta Tauri, a.k.a. Alcyone - “Haven,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 1, 11-30-1987
EterniaMasters of the Universe television series
Eternity - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, p. 71
Eternium (Nibblonian home planet) - Futurama
EtheriaShe-Ra: Princess of Power animated television series
Etla - James White's Star Surgeon, p. 251
Etosha - Diane Duane's Spock's World(Star Trek novel), p. 39
Etti IV - Star Wars universe
Euronda - “The Other Side,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4
Eurydice (Sagitariaus Arm) - Ken Macleod's Newton's Wake: A Space Opera
Euterpe - Isaac Asimov's Robots and Empire
Eversnow - C.J. Cherryh's Forty Thousand in Gehenna, brief reference
Eviticu - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Excalbia - "The Savage Curtain," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 77, Season 3, 3-7-1969
Excalibur - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Exxilon - "Death to the Daleks," episodes of Doctor Who
Exo III - "What are Little Girls Made Of?" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 10, Season 1, 10-20-1966
Ezra (Desert Planet) - Firefly/Serenity universe

F Edit

Fabulous Heaven (Gay Planet) – “You Want to Put That Where?” Tripping the Rift, television series, Season 2
Fafnir (Neutral Planet) - Robert Silverberg's short story "Neutral Planet"
Fahleena III - “Dramatis Personae,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 17, Season 1, 5-30-1993
Fairview - Mike Resnick and Lesli Robyn's short story "Shame" in Analog January/February 2010
Falkesen - Jay Lake's short story "To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Ourselves" in The New Space Opera 2
Falcon 34 - Rachel Bach's Fortune's Pawn, p. 268
Falleen - Star Wars universe
Fallia - Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Fand (Lacaille 9352) - Alastair Reynold's Revelation Space universe
Fantasy Planet – “Planet Fantasy,” The Jetsons Episode 46, 1-26-85
Fantasy Planet - Futurama animated television series
Far Away - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 72
Far Jerusalem(probable planet) - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 227
Farius Prime - “The Maquis, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 20, Season 2, 4-24-1994
Faraway - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers
Farostator - Scott Mackay's Phytosphere, p. 173
Fargone - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Fasser IV - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale
Fatawa - Scott Westerfeld's The Killing of Worlds, brief reference
Faun Hakkor - Greg Bear's Cryptum: The Forernner Saga (Halo universe)
Feduccia XV - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 79
Felicity - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love
Fellebia (possible planet) – “Unexpected,” Star Trek: Enterprise Episode 4, Season 1, 10-17-2001
Felucia - Star Wars universe
Fendaus V -“Loud as a Whisper,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 5, Season 2, 1-9-1989
Fenris - H. Beam Piper's Four-Day Planet
Feral - "Prometheus," a short story in Philip Jose Farmer's collection Down in the Black Gang
Ferenginar – “Family Business,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 23, Season 3, 5-15-1995
Ferlang - Robert Sheckley's short story "A Supplicant in Space," in the collection The Best of Galaxy, Volume II
Fest - Star Wars universe
Festi XV - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 17-18; Brian Aldiss's Who Can Replace a Man?, pp. 120-180
Fhloston - The Fifth Element 1997 film
Filia - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Fima colony - “Remember,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 6, Season 3, 10-9-1996
Fina Prime - “Life Signs,” Star Trek: Voyager Episode 19, Season 2, 2-26-1996
Fiorina 161 (Prison Planet) - Alien³ 1992 film
FireLexx universe
Fishermarch (Water Planet) - Richel Bach's Future's Pawn
Flamberge - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Flamme - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game, brief reference
Flash (moon of Greene's World) - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow
Flatulon 5 - "The Junkman Cometh," The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius, 3-12-2004, brief reference
Flaxia - “Improbable Cause,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 20, Season 3, 4-24-1995
Fleer - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Flesk - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, p. 35, Majestrum trilogy
Flinn Colony - Babylon 5 universe
Flint - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Flobee's Mission Planet - "Tak, the Hideous New Girl" episode of Invader Zim cartoon series.
Flora - John Boyd's The Pollinators of Eden
Flora - James Gunn's Transcendental, p. 201
Florana - "Invasion of the Dinosaurs," episodes of Doctor Who.
Floridia 7 (Spring Break Planet) – “Power to the Peephole,” Tripping the Rift, Season 1
Florina - Isaac Asimov's The Currents of Space
Flossenberger - Evan Mandery's First Contact: Or, Its Later Than You Think, p. 213
Fluva - Alan Dean Foster's Drowning World
Fiorina 'Fury' 161 (Mining Planet) - Alien3
Fode XII - John Morressy's Frostworld and Dreamfire
Folsom's Planet - Barry N. Malzberg's On A Planet Alien
Fomalhaut - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 211-212
Fondor - Star Wars universe
Foodcourtia - Invader Zim cartoon series
Forbit - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Forest - Anderson Gentry's The Crider Chronicles
Forest Moon of Akdar (swamp planet) - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters
Forest Moon of Endor (Terrestrial Moon) - Star Wars universe
Forrestal - David Conyers and David Kernat's short story "Petrochemical Skies" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Fortress (moon) - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels
Fortune - Sandra McDonald's The Stars Down Under
Fortunate Child - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 18
Foundry - Star Wars universe
Fourier's World - Maya Kathyrn Bohnhoff's short story "Simple Gifts" Analog January/February 2010
Fox (47 Ursae Majoris 1) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
France Chance IV - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting
Frastra – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Free Haven - “To the Death,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 22, Season 4, 5-13-1996
Freedom - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels, brief reference p. 121
Freeholm - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 251
Fremont - Brenda Cooper's Reading the Wind
Fresia - Star Wars universe
Freya - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference p. 6
Freydis - Poul Anderson's For Love or Glory
Freyja - Poul Anderson's The Long Way Home
Friedland (German Planet) - Jerry Pournelle's CoDominium Future History
Friendly - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Frogstar World A – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Frogstar World B – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Frogstar World C – Douglas Adams’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Frontera - L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s Haze
Frontios (Veruna system) - Doctor Who universe
Frost IV - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Fruyling’s World - Laurence M. Janifer's Slave Planet
Fthel IV - Phyllis Gottlieb's Violent Suns
Fthel V - Phyllis Gottlieb's Violent Suns
Frunalia - “Emissary, Part 1,” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 1, Season 1, 1-3-1993
Fuji - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 283
Fulda - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Fulgar - John Meaney's To Hold Infinity
Fulzime Planet - Robert Sheckley's 1966, 1967 Mindswap p. 279
FunWorld World - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
Furenasyle (Gas Giant) - Iain M. Banks's The Algebraist, p. 136

G Edit

G'iri (Gas Giant) - Iain M. Banks's The Algebraist, p. 300
Gagarin IV - "Unnatural Selection," Episode 7, Season 3 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, January 30, 1989
Gaila's Moon - "Civil Defense," Episode 7, Season 3 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, November 7, 1994
Galador - "The Maquis, Part 1," Episode 20, Season 2 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine April 24, 1994
Galador II - "The Maquis, Part 2," Episode 20, Season 2 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine April 24, 1994
Galantos - Star Wars universe
Galdonterre - "Blood Oath," Episode 19, Season 2 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine March 27, 1994
Galen IV - "Suddenly Human," Episode 4, Season 4 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, October 15, 1990
Galidraan - Star Wars universe
Gallam - "The Maquis, Part 1," Episode 20, Season 2 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, April 24, 1990
Gallia - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact
Gallifrey (home planet of the Time Lords) - Doctor Who universe
Gallos IV - "Darmok," Episode 2, Season 5 Star Trek: The Next Generation August 30, 1991
Galor IV (Daystrom Technological Institute Annex) - "The Offspring," Episode 16, Season 3 [[Star Trek: The Next Generation] March 12, 1990
Galorda Prime (Klingon Planet) - "Rules of Engagement," Episode 17, Season 3 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine April 8, 1996
Galordon Core - "The Enemy," Episode 7, Season 3 Star Trek: The Next Generation November 6, 1989
Galvin V - "Data's Day," Episode 11, Season 4 Star Trek: The Next Generation January 7, 1991
Galway - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Gamelan V - "The Final Mission," Episode 9, Season 4 Star Trek: The Next Generation November 19, 1990
Gamma (one of three moons of Greentrees) - Nancy Kress's Crossfire
Gamma Hromi II - "The Vengeance Factor," Episode 9, Season 3 Star Trek: The Next Generation November 20, 1989
Gamma Hydra 4 - "The Deadly Years," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 40, Season 2, 12-8-1967
description Gamma Tauri IV - "The Last Outpost," Episode 4, Season 1 Star Trek: The Next Generation October 19, 1987
Gamma Trianguli 6 - "The Apple," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 38, Season 2, 10-13-1968
Gammon (Ribbon World) - Wil Mccarthy's Lost in Translation, p. 368
Gamoor - Star Wars universe
Ganalda IV - "...Nor the Battle to the Strong" Episode 4 Season 5 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine October 21, 1996
Gand - Star Wars universe
Ganda – “Man of Imagination,” a short story by E.C. Tubb in Nebula Science Fiction, Volume 2, Issue 20
Gandji - Michael Berlyn's The Eternal Enemy
Ganges Heart - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels, brief reference p. 121
Ganzer (a.k.a. Melde) - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Garav - Karen Traviss' Ally, Wess'har Wars series novel
Garden - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, brief reference p. 146
Gargantia - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Garissa - Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy
Garon II - "Ensign Ro," Episode 3 Season 5 Star Trek: The Next Generation October 7, 1991
Garqi - Star Wars universe
Gatewood (Gas Giant)- Wil McCarthy's Lost in Translation
Garson's Planet - Robert A. Heinlein's Starman Jones
Garth - David Brin's Uplift universe
Gary Thompson's World - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Gault (Farm Planet) - "Heart of Glory," Episode 19 Season 1 Star Trek: The Next Generation March 21, 1988
Gazyr - "The Forbidden Planet," radio episode of Space Patrol
Gazzali - brief reference in a science fiction short story described in Orhan Pamuk's non-science fiction Snow, Pp. 104-106 (compare to Stygia)
Gazorpazorp - Raising Gazorpazorp Rick and Morty. March 30, 2014
Gea - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Geidi Prime - Frank Herbert's Dune and Dune series
Gehenna II a.k.a Newport - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Gelk - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Gelladorn (R-775-I; Bejoran colony) - David R. George III's Star Trek: The Original Series novel Allegiance in Exile, pp. 317-138
Gemini - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 55
Generis - Star Wars universe
Genesia - Star Wars universe
Genoa (orbiting Rigel) - Mack Reynold's The Rival Rigellians
Gentes - Star Wars universe
Geonosis (Desert Planet) - Star Wars universe
Germania (moon) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim and short story "The Warriors From Nowhere," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Gethen a.k.a. Winter Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness
Getty Premium - Ellis Weiner's parody novel National Lampoon's Doon
Gevira - Sean Williams's "Inevitable," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Gezen - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, brief reference, p. 64
GHC 2990 – Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, brief reference p. 240
Ghonsilya - - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx
Ghorman - Star Wars universe
Ghost (Gas Giant) - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), brief reference, p. 20
Gideon - "The Mark of Gideon," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 72, Season 3, 1-17-1969
Gilgamesh - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Gimli - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 192
Ginaz - Dune universe
Giri - Vernor Vinge's The Witling
Giskhn 4 - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series, Seeds of Fire, brief reference, p. 327
Glee Anselm - Star Wars universe
Gloob - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Glorb XIV - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude, brief reference, p. 4
Gloria (82 Eridani) - Poul Anderson's short story "The Voortrekkers," in his collection Explorations
Glory - Gregory Benford's Bowl of Heaven
Glyptal IV - Isaac Asimov's Foundation, p. 121
Goat (6th Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Gobat - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
Goblinrock - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, p. 99
Gobonik - "The Watchmen of Warmok" radio episode of Space Patrol, November 6, 1954
Gobulus (a Gas Giant orbited by the Terrestrial Moon Sacrecour) - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
God’s Grove - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 196
Godzilla (Epsilon Indi V (Gas Giant)) - Larry Niven's Protector
Goldblatt's World a.k.a. Barter Nine - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, Pp. 67-70, 117
Goldin IV - Alan Dean Foster's Flinx's Folly
Golgafrincham - The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Golgotha - Andy Heizeler's The Grand Illusion: A Dean The Space Rogue Tale," Raygun Revival, Issue 55, December 2009 text
Golhem - "Landscapes," a short story in Kevin J. Anderson's collection Landscapes, brief reference
Golos – “The Exiles,” Space 1999 Episode 2, Season 2, 9-11-1976
Golter - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Good Luck - Poul Anderson's short story The Pirate 1968 Analog
Gorzarg-5 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Gorgzid - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum
Gorrazan - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
Gotland (Scandya System) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Gralmond - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Gram - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Gramarye - Christopher Stasheff's The Warlock in Spite of Himself and King Kobold
Grand Teton - Alastair Reynold's Revelation Space universe
Grass - Sheri S. Tepper's Grass
Grassroots - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game
Grastius - Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries From The Dead, p. 21
Great Gallowan - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Green - Alexis Glynn Latner's Hurricane Moon
Greenleaf - Firefly/Serenity universe
Greene's World - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow
Green Lantern World - A History Channel Thanksgiving 15th Season, 13th Episode of South Park November 9, 2011.
Greentrees - Nancy Kress's Crossfire & Crucible
Greesovra - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx
Griffoth (home planet of the Graske) - "Attack of the Graske," episodes of [Doctor Who]]
Grimaldo - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p. 315
Grims - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, Majestrum trilogy
Grindal - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, brief reference p. 186
Grizmalt - Star Wars universe
Grommet - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Groombridge 1830 E - James Lovegrove's World of Fire, p. 255
Grote - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief
Grugell - Anderson Gentry's The Crider Chronicles
Grundle (Swamp Planet) - "Carnival of Monsters," episodes of Doctor Who
Grzydc - Carmen Carter's The Children of Hamlin (a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel), p. 43
Gryphon (Manticore B IV) - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Guillarin - Scot Noel's short story Restorations in Dark Planet 11-2-2001
Gulagatraz (Prison Planet - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters'
Gulltopp (moon of Neweden) - Stephen Leigh's Dance of the Hag
Gummidgy - "The Handicapped," and "Grendel," short stories in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Gumpalt - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 96
Guna - Gill Anderson's The Archivist
Gurgain (Mining Planet) - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, p. 280
Gwo (Mining Planet) - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Gyndine - Star Wars universe
Gyonne - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Recovery Man, a Retrieval Artist series novel

H Edit

H'nemthe - Star Wars universe
Ha’ktyl – “Sacrifices,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
Hablu - Raymond F. Jones & Lester del Rey's Weeping May Tarry, p. 169
Hac Demil - Karen Traviss's Ally, a Wess'har Wars series novel, minor reference, p. 34
Had Abaddon - Star Wars universe
Hadante - "Prisoners," Stargate SG-1, Season 2
Hades - Frederick Pohl's Stopping at Slowyear
Hades (Gas Giant) - James Gunn's Transcendental
Hadrian Secundus - David Conyers and David Kernot's short story "Petrochemical Skies" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Hadriu - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, brief reference, p. 64
Hajj Majora - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, Pp. 11-12
Hakham - Sean Williams's "Inevitable," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Hakol - "The Awakening," episodes of Doctor Who
Halcyon - Robert A. Heinlein's Starman Jones
Halford - John Scalzi's Old Man's War
Halifax - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Halvmörk - Harry Harrison's Wheelworld
Hamlin (Mining Planet) - Carmen Carter's The Children of Hamlin (a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel)
Hammarskjold - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Hammersmith II - James Blish's short story "Beep" in Galaxy, February 1954
Hamshiltristia - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Han - Norman Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale
Handooine - Star Wars universe
Hanka - “The Rite of Passage,” Stargate SG-1 Season 5
Hanon IV - Star Trek: Voyager (primitive planet)
Hapes - Star Wars universe
Harith - Anne Gay's To Bather In Lightning
Harlan's World - Richard K. Morgan's Altered Carbon
Harlemond - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Harlequin (Gas Giant) - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Harmonia - Robert Sheckley's Options
Harmonia 7 –“Aliens, Guns and A Monkey,” Tripping the Rift, Season 1
Harmonious Repose - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Harmony - Spider Robinson's Callahan's Key, p. 101
Haruun Kal ("Above the Clouds") - Star Wars universe
Harvest (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Haskin's Planet - Robert Asprin's Phule's Paradise
Hastromil - Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Hatturat - Garth Nix's "Punctuality," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Haulteclere - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Haven - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 90-91
Haven a.k.a. Elag - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy
Haven - "Justice," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 10, Season 1, 11-30-1987
Haven - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Haven - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Haven (a.k.a. Alpha Centauri B II; a.k.a. Ramachandra's World) - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Haven - Firefly/Serenity universe
Hawk (2nd Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Hayek - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man, brief reference
Hazard - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Haze - L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s Haze
He - James Blish's Earthman, Come Home, Ciites in Flight universe
Hearth - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Heaven - Futurama
Heaven (condomimium) - Paul Cornel's Love and War Doctor Who novel
Heaven’s Gate (Vega star system)– Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 187
Heavenly Mountains (GO-8703-IV) - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky p. 20
Hebridan (Celtic Planet) – “Forsaken,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
Hebron (Jewish Planet) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 12, 141, 252; Hyperion Cantos
Hegira - Greg Bear's Hegira
Heimat - Norman Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale, p. 44
Heinlein (Gas Giant) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Hekate - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Hekla (Arctic Planet) - Hal Clement's short story "Cold Front," Astounding, July 1946
'Hel - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 79
Helicon - Forward the Foundation
Helion Prime a.k.a. "New Mecca" - The Chronicles of Riddick 2004 Film
Helior - Harry Harrison's Bill, the Galactic Hero
Hell (home planet of the Helkans) - "Emperor of the Daleks," episodes of Doctor Who
Hell (moon orbiting Hades) - James Gunn's Transcendental
Hellhole (DQN 1196) - Peter David's Strike Zone, a Star Trek Next Generation novel, Pp. 72-73
Hellhole - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's novel Hellhole
Helliconia - Brian Aldiss's The Helliconia Trilogy
Helmand - Thomas Harlan's Land of the Dead
Helska IV - Star Wars universe
Helvanti - Timothy Zahn's The Third Lynx
Helvetica - John Kessel's short story "Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance," in The New Space Opera 2
Hemlock - Alastair Reynolds's Pushing Ice
Hephaistos - Andromeda televison series
Hera - Firefly/Serenity universe
Hermes (orbits star Maia) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Hermes - David Brin's Startide Rising p. 50
Hermes - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Herperos - Isaac Asimov's Robots and Empire
Hesperus - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers p. 174
Hertha - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, brief reference p. 55
Hideaway - David S. Garnett's Bikini Planet
Higgin' Moon - Firefly/Serenity universe
Higgins' Planetoid - "The Dangerous Discovery," television episode #32 of Space Patrol, August 4, 1951
High Lab - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Highgate (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Hiigara - Homeworld computer game
Hilary - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), brief reference, p. 20
Hip 263c - Andy Dudak's "Human System", a short story in Raygun Revival, September 22, 2012
Hippolyte - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star, brief reference p. 28
Hive, a.k.a. Huxley's Haven - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 272
Hivehom - Alan Dean Foster's Humanax Commonwealth universe
Hleems - Brian Aldiss' The Eighty Minute Hour
Hobo 13 - Invader Zim cartoon series
Hocotate - Pikmin, Pikmin 2
Hogarth's World (a.k.a. Hoggie) - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow, p. 246
Hoggie (a.k.a. Hogarths's World) - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow, p. 246
Hok - Star Wars universe
Holat - poul Anderson's The Long Way Home
Holman's World a.k.a. Belzagor - Robert Silverberg's Downward to the Earth
Holycow - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Home (Epsilon Indi II) - Larry Niven's Protector
Home, sister planet of Shame - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire
Home - Pamela Sargent's Seed Seeker
Homer - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 70
Honch - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Honoghr - Star Wars universe
Hooper - Neal Asher's The Skinner
Hopara - Isaac Asimov's Prelude to Foundation
Hope - Ytasha L Womack's Rayla 2212
Hoppaz II - Brian W. Aldiss' Bow Down to Nul
Horlegor - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 128
Horm - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Horseye - Alan Dean Foster's Voyage to the City of the Dead
Horst - David Brin's Uplift universe
Hospital (moon) - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels
Hoth (Arctic Planet) - Star Wars universe
Hoth - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Hovering Squid-world 97a - Futurama universe
Hraggellon a.k.a. - John Morressy's Frostworld and Dreamfire
Hrullwelt - Rudy Rucker's Hylozoic
Huckleberry - John Scalzi's The Last Colony and Zoe's Tale
Hudlar (high gravity world) - James White's Hospital Station
Hulle - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Hurmuptha - David Brin's Heaven's ReachUplift Series, p. 543
Hurria - "The Gentle Vultures," a short story in Isaac Asimov's collection Nine Tomorrows
Hutchinson Colony - Babylon 5 universe
Hull (Arctic Planet and double planet with Addams) - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Huxley's Haven, a.k.a. Hive - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 272
Huzz - Lloyd Biggle Jr.'s The Rule of the Door
Hyderabad - Sean Williams's Saturn Returns
Hydros (Ocean Planet) — Robert Silverberg's The Face of the Waters
Hydrot (ocean Planet) - James Blish's short story "Surface Tension" in Galaxy August 1952
Hyff - Alan Dean Foster's The Candle of Distant Earth
Hyndji L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Hynn - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 346
Hypori - Star Wars universe

I Edit

Ia - James White's Star Surgeon, p. 213
Ian-apof - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx, p. 88
Ibarra - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 55
Icarus - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Ice World - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Icebox Nine (arctic planet) - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief
Icelanise (Gas Giant) - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 290
Icheis - Iain M. Banks's Excession, p. 93
Ida (moon of Chronos) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Idir - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas
Iego - Star Wars universe
Ifni - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation, Foundation universe
Ifnia - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation, Foundation universe
Iji - C.J. Cherryh's The Chanur Saga
Iktochon - Star Wars universe
Ilidio - Kathryn Kristine Rusch's Paloma
Ilium (moon) - "Sucker Bait," a short story in Isaac Asimov's collection The Martian Way and Other Stories, brief reference
Illyrica - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Illyricum (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams's Aristoi
Ilum (Arctic Planet) - Star Wars universe
Imhotep (Arctic Planet) - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 116
Indi - A History Channel Thanksgiving 15th Season, 13th Episode of South Park November 9, 2011.
Inferno - Roger Allen MacBride's Isaac Asimov's Inferno (set in Asimov's Robot universe)
Inferno - Robert A. Heinlein's Time for the Stars
Ingold - Meryl Ferguson's short story "The Hyphal Layer" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Ingraham B - "Operation Annihilate!" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 29, Season 1, 4-13-1967
Ingstel - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Inshai a.k.a. Sigma 1014 Orionis - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek Novel), pp. 38-39
Inspir (Arctic Planet) - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, p. 222
Inter Minor - "Carnival of Monsters," episodes of Doctor Who
Intinogurzibeshilaha - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 39
InVestCo 3 - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
InVestCo 23 (X'xx-x) - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
Ipocrene - Brian Aldiss's The Helliconia Trilogy
Iras (mmon of Cleopatra) - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Iridonia - Star Wars universe
Irminsul - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 114
Irumclaw - Poul Anderson's Ensign Flandry
Isheimur (Arctic Planet) - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Ishtar, a.k.a. Bel III, a.k.a. Anubelea III - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Ishtar - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Ishtar - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference p. 6
Iskander - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers
Iseri - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Isis (Procyon II) - L. Sprague de Camp's collection The Continent Makers
Isis - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Iskander - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers, "around Proxima" p. 1
Ison - Star Wars universe
Iss - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Issorile (home planet of the Affront') - Iain M. Banks's Excession, Culture universe
Iszm — Jack Vance's The Houses of Iszm
Ita (moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Ithavoll - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 162
Ithliss-Tor - Ann Aguirre's Wanderlust
Ithor - Star Wars universe
Ithunn - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 126
Ix (machine shop planet) - Brian Herbert's Dune universe
Ix-Nay - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Ixno - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe)
Iyangura 281 A - David Conyers and David Kernot's short story "Petrochemical Skies" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Iyax - Phyllis Gottlieb's Violent Suns

J Edit

J't'p'tan - Star Wars universe
Jaarfindor - Sean Wright's The Twisted Root of Jaarfindor
Jaconda - "The Twin Dilemma" episodes of Doctor Who
Jabiim - Star Wars universe
Jackson's Whole - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Jacob's Folly - Mike Moscoe's The Price of Peace
Jagan - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, p. 22
Jagganth - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Jaglan Beta - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Jagranath - Poul Anderson's short story "The Warriors From Nowhere," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Janos VII - Babylon 5 universe
Janus 6 (Mining Planet and Horta homeworld) - "The Devil in the Dark," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 26, Season 1, 3-9-1967; Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek novel), p. 26
Jast - Alan Dean Foster's Sliding Scales
Jawbone - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference, p. 173
Jean – Mark Stanley's webcomic Freefall
Jeep - Nicola Griffith's Ammonite
Jefferson III - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Jennisek - Isaac Asimov's Prelude to Foundation
Jericho 3 - Babylon 5 universe
Jerusalem - Charles Coleman Finlay's "The Political Prisoner," The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction August 2008
Jewell - Robert Asprin's Phule's Paradise
Jiangyin - Firefly/Serenity universe
Jijo - David Brin's Brightness Reef
Jinx - Anderson Gentry's A Sky of Diamonds
Jinx - Larry Niven's World of Ptavvs, Protector brief reference, "Neutron Star," "A Relic of the Empire," "At the Core," "The Soft Weapon," "Flatlander," "The Ethics of Madness," "The Handicapped," and "Grendel," short stories in Larry Niven's collection Neutron Star
Jm'ho (icy moon and Gw'oth homeworld) - Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner's novel Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
Jo-Ad - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Joao (moon), a.k.a. New Phobos - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
Jobis - Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy
Johnpiter (faux planet named in a novel) - Wil McCarthy's Bloom
Jonn - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Jonna - Poul Anderson's For Love and Glory
Jophekka World - David Brin's Infinity's Shore, p. 123
Jordan Mining Planet - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Jove II - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 191
Joyeuse - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Jubbul - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Judgementia - Invader Zim cartoon series
Julia (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Jun - Nancy Kress's Crucible
Juna a.k.a. PX3-989 – “Double Jeopardy,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4
Junction - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire
Junior - "Sucker Bait," a short story in Isaac Asimov's The Martian Way and Other Stories
Junya IV - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act, brief reference, p. 179
Jurskala - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Justicia (entire system of Prison Planets) - Stephen Cole's The Monsters Inside Doctor Who novel
Juthtath - David Brin's Uplift universe

K Edit

K-2, a.k.a. Kevarzangia - S.L. Viehl's Afterburn
K-PaxK-Pax film
K'erem - Alan Dean Foster's The Light Years Beneath My Feet
Kaesov - Doctor Who universe
Kaihapa (a twin Ocean Planet) - Hal Clement's Noise
Kainui (a twin Ocean Planet) - Hal Clement's Noise
Kalgash - Isaac Asimov's Nightfall
Kakakakkaxo - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 54
Kakrafoon - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Kalaban - Jack Campbell's novel Dauntless, The Lost Fleet universe
Kalapriya - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act
Kalee - Star Wars universe
Kalgan (semi-tropical pleasure planet) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 93, Foundation universe
Kalist VI - Star Wars universe
Kamino - Star Wars universe
Kanagawa - Richard K. Morgan's Altered Carbon
Kappas - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole
Kapteyn - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Karadakk - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Karaxe - William B. Dunn's Escape from Planet Karaxe
Karfel - "Timelash" episodes of Doctor Who
Karn - "The Brain of Morbius" episodes of Doctor Who
Karn - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Karn - Dr. Who universe
Karst - Rebeca Ore's Human to Human, (third novel in the Becoming Alien trilogy)
Karum and Kanes - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Kashyyyk - Star Wars universe
Kashyyyk Moon - Star Wars universe
Kasterborus the Fibster - Doctor Who universe
Kastria (home planet of the Eldrad) - Doctor Who universe
Katarr - Star Wars universe
Katel's World - Tad Williams's short story "The Tenth Muse" in The New Space Opera 2
Kazo - Piers Anthony's Triple Detente
Keep Enable - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 196
Kegron Pluva - Only Human Doctor Who novel
Keks-Varley III - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference
Kelchase - Star Wars universe
Kellac – “In Loving Memory,” a short story by James White in Nebula Science Fiction, Volume 2, Issue 15.
Kembel – “Mission to the Unknown,” Doctor Who Season 3, Story Number 19, 10-9-1965; “The Dalek’s Master Plan,” Season 3, Story Number 21
Kendrick Five-A - "Landscapes," a short story in Kevin J. Anderson's colelction Landscapes, brief reference
Kenning (Theta Persei System) - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 106
Kepler 22b - "Heaven," short story by Janet Shell Anderson at Daily Science Fiction.
Kepler Colony Gary Gibon's Final Days
Kerfsis - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Kerkorian - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe), p. 86
Kesrith (Desert Planet) - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy
Kerry (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Keshewan - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, pp. 73, 123
Kessel - Star Wars universe
Kevarzangia, a.k.a. K-2 - S.L. Viehl's Afterburn
Khankri - Garth Nix's "Punctuality," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Khasepea - Garth Nix's "Punctuality," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Khatka - Andre Norton's Voodoo Planet
Khepera - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Khitomer - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Khomm - Star Wars universe
Khriastros - L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s Haze
Kibou-daini - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Kiffu - Star Wars universe
Kilgar - faux fictional planet in Tracy Morgan's "Astronaut Jones Episode 6" skit on Saturday Night Live Season 34, Episode 18
Kilran (Gas Giant) - James Gunn's Transcendental, p. 147
Kilroy - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Kiluwa - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun trilogy
Kingdom - David Sherman & Dan Cragg's A World of Hurt
Kinslik (Toolie home world) - Don DeBrandt's novel Viral Intelligence
Kintan - Star Wars universe
Kinyen - Star Wars universe
Kirbo III - Star Wars universe
Kirith - Doctor Who universe
Kirsi - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Kirkasant - "Starfog," short story in Poul Anderson's Beyond the Beyond
Kithrup - David Brin's Startide Rising
Klairos - Majlis Larson's Pawns and Symbols
Klatooine - Star Wars universe
Klendathu - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers
Klief - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's 'Hellhole universe
Klist - Doctor Who universe
Klom - Doctor Who universe
Kobol – “Kobol’s Last Gleaming, Part 1” and “Kobol’s Last Gleaming, Part 2,” Battlestar Gallactica, Season 1; “Home, Part 1” and “Home, Part 2,” Battlestar Gallactica, Season 2
Kodar (located in the Draco Cluster) Alien Trespass 2009 film
Kolo - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 16
Komarr - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Komran (terrestrial moon orbiting Kilran) - James Gunn's Transcendental, p. 147
Konom - Isaac Asimov's Foundation
Koozebane - The Muppet Show
Koppawanda - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Korell - Isaac Asimov's Foundation
Korgul - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, p. 55
Koros Minor - Star Wars universe
Korriban (Horuset System) - Star Wars universe
Korval - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, brief reference p. 175
Korwar - Andre Norton's Forerunner Foray
Kothliss - Star Wars universe
Kotopaxi - Thomas Harlan's House of Reeds, p. 115
Korsve - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's novel The Disappeared
Korvel - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Effect
Korwar - Andre Norton's Masks of the Outcasts
Kosatka - Jack Campbell's Dauntless, The Lost Fleet universe
Koyo - Natural City 2003 film
Kra'au - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters', brief reference
Krako Six - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, brief reference p. 145
Krako Eight - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude, brief reference p. 18
Kralkor II - "A Walk in the Dark," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's Reach for Tomorrow, brief mention
Kregan - Alan Burt Akers, a.k.a. Kenneth Bulmer's Transit to Scorpio
Kria - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Krikkit - Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Krishna (Tau Ceti II) - L. Sprague de Camp's collection The Continent Makers and Cosmic Manhunt
Krokodil - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Krop Tor (a.k.a. The Bitter Pill orbits a black hole) - "The Impossible Planet" and "The Satan Pit" episodes in Doctor Who
Kropotkin - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Krupp Reich a.k.a. New Germany - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire, p. 78
Kryder II - Murray Leinster's "Plague on Kryder II," a short story in his collections Quarantine World and Med Series.
Krynoid - Doctor Who universe
Krypton - Birth planet of Superman
Ktar - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Kuat - Star Wars universe
Kukulkan - L. Sprague de Camp and Catherine Crook de Camp's The Stones of Nomuru
Kulath II - "Rescue Party," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's collection Reach for Tomorrow
Kultis - Gordon R. Dickson's novel The Chantry Guild (Childe Cycle)
Kunene - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, pp. 102-105
Kusam - Raymond F. Jones & Lester del Rey's Weeping May Tarry, p. 169
Kuxortal - Andre Norton's Forerunner
Kylera - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Effect
Kyleria (alternative spelling) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Effect
Kyoto - John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale
Kystran - Johanna Lindsey's Warrior's Woman
Kythanil - Cthulhu Mythos

L Edit

La Gonave - Richard A. Lupoff's "With the Bentfin Boomer Boys," a short story in Harlan Ellison's collection Again, Dangerous Visions, Pp. 618-701
La Nueva Temporada - Ben Jeapes's Phoenicia's World
Laarmiten - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx
Labura, a.k.a New Earth, a.k.a. Procyon VIII - Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 119, 198
Lagash - Isaac Asimov's short story Nightfall text
Lagrima - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Code
Lairouba - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Lakertya - "Time and the Rani" episodes of Doctor Who
Landomar - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars
Lascarious (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams' Aristoi
Last Chance - Anderson Gentry's A Sky of Diamonds
Lasthope - Poul Anderson's "Kyrie," a short story in Joseph Elder's collection The Farthest Reaches
Latimer - Richard K. Morgan's Altered Carbon
Lavinius 5 - "Operation Annihilate!" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 29, Season 1, 4-13-1967
Laylora - Colin Blake's The Price of Paradise, Doctor Who universe
Lea - George Zebrowski's Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia
Lemminkainen - Poul Anderson's Satan's World
Lepidus (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Leria Kerlsil - Star Wars universe
Leseum 9 - Iain Banks's The Algebraist, p. 74
Lessanar - Susan Wright's Sins of Commission, a [[Star Trek: The Next Generation] novel
Leucifer V - Brian Stableford's The Fenris Device, Hooded Swan universe
Lexicon - WordGirl PBS children's television series
Lexis XV - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire
Ley - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Leynstyr - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Lianna - Star Wars universe
Liaden (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 15
Liann Jiun (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Libair - Isac Asimov's The Currents of Space
Ligon II - "Code of Honor," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 3, Season 1, 10-12-1987 description
Lil (one of 7 moons of World) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Lilac - Firefly/Serenity universe
Lilistar - Philip K. Dick's novel Now Wait for Last Year
Lilith - Jack L. Chalker's The Four Lords of the Diamond series
Lilith - G. McDonald Wallis's The Light of Lilith
Limbo - Andre Norton's Plague Ship and Sargasso of Space
Lingane - Isaac Asimov's The Stars Like Dust
Lingo-Three - Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions
Linnisfarne - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Lithia - Don D'Ammassa's Haven, brief reference, p. 32
Lithia - James Blish's A Case of Conscience
Little Warsaw (a.k.a.16 Cygni Bb) - James Lovegrove's World of Fire
Livia - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Earth, Foundation universe
Llyene - C.J. Cherryh's The Chanur Saga
Lobos - "The Space Pirates" episodes of Doctor Who
Locris - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation
Logarto - Warren Hammond's KOP
Logopolis - "Logopolis" episodes of Doctor Who
Lok - Star Wars universe
Loki - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference
Londinium - Firefly/Serenity universe
Loocen (largest moon of Jijo) - David Brin's Infinity's Shore, Uplift universe
Lorca - John Vornholt's Masks, a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel
Lorigon - Bestia nello spazio, La (The Beast in Space) 1980 film
Loris - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 97
LornaDo - Mike Moscoe's The Price of Peace
Los Vada - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Lotarf - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Lothian - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 254
Loudor - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Lucifer - "Bad Wolf" episode of Doctor Who
Lugaluru - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Lumbaga - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude
Lunar V “The Hunted,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 11, Season 3, 1-8-1990
Lurion - Robert Silverberg's The Planet Killers
Lusitania – Orson Scott Card’s Speaker for the Sequel
Lusus - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, Pp. 13-14
Luton – “The Rules of Luton,” Space: 1999 Episode 7, Season 2, 10-21-1976
Lwhekk - Star Wars universe
Lyonese - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Lyr (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 15
Lys - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's short story "Defect" in The New Space Opera 2
Lyra VI - "That Share of Glory," a short story by C.M. Kornbluth, Astounding, 1952
Lystera - Isaac Asimov's Forward the Foundation
Lythion - Barbarella 1968 film, Musical & Comic Book

M Edit

4th Moon of Mab Guul - "Of Cannibals and Cuddle Puffs" episode of Outer Space Astronauts television series, 12-15-2009
M113 - "The Man Trap," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 6, Season 1, 9-8-1966
M'hlyr - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Mab Guul (deduced) - "Of Cannibals and Cuddle Puffs" episode of Outer Space Astronauts television series, 12-15-2009
Madhya (colony of Parvati) - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, p. 332
Madrona - “Touchstone,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
Magellan - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Magrathea - Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Mahamba 6 (Vacation Planet) - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Maidservant (moon of Golter) - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Maioplar - David Brin's "The Diplomacy Guild," a short story in Isaac's Universe Volume One
Makassar - Jerry Pournelle's King David's Spaceship
Makumba - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Mala (Ribbon World)- Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner's novel Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
Malachor V - “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic,” Star Wars Videogame
Malastare - Star Wars universe
Malmot (Scandya System) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Malur - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
Manaan - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic videogame
Mandala 2 - Sean Williams' Saturn Returns
Mandalay - Sheri S. Tepper's Shadow's End
Mandalore - Star Wars universe
Mandress - Isaac Asimov's Foundation's Edge, Foundation universe
Maness Four - James Lovegrove's World of Fire, p. 181
Mangulay - Ken Macleod's Dark Light
Manhome - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars
Manipool- Robert Silverberg's Thorns
Manticore (Manticore A III) - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Mantilles (orbiting Pallas 14) - David R. George's Allegiance in Exile, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, pp. 146-147
Manussa - "Snakedance" episodes of Doctor Who
Manza - "Mystery of the Disappearing Space Patrolman," television episode #185 of Space Patrol, September 4, 1954
Maoli - "Heirloom," a short story by Norman Spinrad in his collection No Direction Home
Marak's World - C.J. Cheryh's Hammerfall, Forge of Heaven
Mardrake - Galaxina 1980 film, only 2 references
Marduk a.k.a. Anubelea V - Poul Anderson's Firetime and "Ghetto" in William F. Nolan's short story collection A Wilderness of Stars
Marduk - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Marduk - Jay Lake's short story "The Sky that Wraps the World Bound, Past the Blue and into the Black" in Clarkesworld March 2008
Marduk - L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s Haze
Mare Infinitus (Ocean Planet) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 196
Marglot - Charles Sheffield's Resurgence
Margbwar-12 - The Dodecadence of Margbwar-12, Chapter 25 of Steven Colbert's faux novel Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: a Tek Jansen Adventure
Marilac - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Marindra - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 149
Marinus - “The Keys to Marinus,” Doctor Who Season 1, Story Number 5, 5-16-1964
Mariner - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Marius - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Marjoin - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phelbas
Marklar - "Starvin' Marvin in Space," South Park, Episode 311
Marmora II (Ribbon World) - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, p. 133
Markop III - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p.323
Maros Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Marrow - Robert Reed's The Well of Stars
Mars II - Sylvie Berard's Of Wind and Fire
Marsupial (Gas Giant) - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), brief reference, p. 20
Marva - The Lost Skeleton of Caderva
Marva IV - "For the Uniform," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 13, Season 5, 2-3-1997
Masada - Neal Asher's The Line of Polity
Masheedd (Moon of Helvetica) - John Kessel's short story "Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance," in The New Space Opera 2
Massive 49 - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Mayernas - Katherine V. Forest's Daughters of an Emerald Dusk
Maudette - C.J. Cherryh's Foreigner
Maugham's Station - David Sherman & Dan Cragg's A World of Hurt
Maui-Covenant - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 11
Mavirouleo - Iain M. Banks's The Algebraist, p. 300
The Maw - Star Wars universe
Max Party - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Maximegalon - Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Maxroy's Purchase - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
Mazapan - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Mazu III - Geoff Nelder's short story "Colloidal Suspension" in David Conyers et al., eds.s Extreme Planets
McClendon - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 26
McGillicudy's World - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, Pp. 161, 165
McPluto - Futurama, brief reference
Meadow - Don D'Ammassa's Haven
Meatball, a.k.a. Drambo (Ocean Planet) - James White's Major Operation, in Beginning Operations: A Sector General Omnibus
Meath (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 10
Mechanistria - Eric Frank Russell's Men, Martians and Machines
Mechanus (Jungle Planet) - "The Chase" episodes of Doctor Who
Mechis - Star Wars universe
Medina - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Design
Medusa - Jack L. Chalker's The Four Lords of the Diamond series
Medusa - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Meekrob - Invader Zim cartoon series
Meeloon - Eric Del Carlo's short story "Godot Isn’t Coming" Raygun Revival July 15, 2011
Megas - Isaac Asimov's Nemesis
Megas - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Meiji - Jerry Pournelle's CoDominium Future History
Mel - Nancy Kress's Crucible
Mela Five - Colin Kapp's Patterns of Chaos, brief reference p. 49
Melcot - "Spectre of the Gun," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 56, Season 3, 10-25-1968.
Melbourne Colony - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 217
Melde a.k.a. Ganzer - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Melf IV - James White's Star Surgeon, p. 244
Melkarth - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, brief reference p. 55
Melkot (alternative spelling for Melcot) (see also Theta Kiokis II)- "Spectre of the Gun," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 56, Season 3, 10-25-1968
Melloan - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 67
Melona IV - "Silicon Avatar," Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 4, Season 5, October 14, 1991
Melpomenia - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Earth
Memnon - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Menalaus - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Menarian 2 - "The Empath," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 63, Season 2, 12-6-1968
Meniere's World - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Merak II - "The Cloud Minders," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 74, Season 3, 2-28-1969
Mercan - Lee Correy's The Abode of Life (Star Trek novel)
Mercator - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Meridian - "Meridian" episode of Star Trek: Deep Space 9
Meroe - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Merovia - John Scalzi's Redshirts
Mesa - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Merseia - Poul Anderon's Ensign Flandry, "Day of Burning"; short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
Mesklin - Hal Clement's Mission of Gravity
Mesyatz (moon of Dennitza) - Poul Anderson's short story A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Meta (Gas Giant) - Scott Mackay's Phytosphere, p. 173
Metalorn - Star Wars universe
MetalunaThis Island Earth 1955 film
Metaxas - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, p. 262
Metebelis Three - "Planet of the Spiders" episodes of Doctor Who
Metellos - Star Wars universe
Metz - Chris Moriarty's Spin State
Midgard (Gas Giant) - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Midnight - "Midnight" episode of Doctor Who, June 14, 2008
Midworld - Alan Dean Foster's Midworld
Mimban - Star Wars universe
Miasimia Goria - Doctor Who universe
Milanos-2 - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Minas 5 - "What are Little Girls Made Of?" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 10, Season 1, 10-20-1966
Minbar - Babylon 5
Minerva James P. Hogan's sion to Minerva
Minos - "The Arsenal of Freedom," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 20, Season 1, 4-11-1988 description
Minostra - Neal Asher's Gridlinked
Minyos - "Underworld" episodes of Doctor Who
Minyos II - "Underworld" episodes of Doctor Who
Moons of Mipzor - Saturday Night Live Coneheads Sketch March 18, 1978
Mira - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Mira - "The Daleks' Master Plan" episodes of Doctor Who
Mira V a.k.a. Dytallix b (Mining Planet, Ribbon World) - "Conspiracy," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 24, Season 1, 5-9-1988
Mira Ceti-T - "A Relic of the Empire," a short story in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Mirage - C.J. Cherryh's Foreigner
Miranda - Firefly/Serenity universe
Mirial - Star Wars universe
Mirkheim - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Mirzam - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire, p. 75
Mithra - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky
Mithras - "Home," a short story in Poul Anderson's New America
Mito - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 185
Miykennis - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Mizar - "Collecting Team," a short story in Robert Silverberg's Moonferns and Starsongs, brief reference
Mnemom - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Moabar (Prison Planet) - Linnea Sinclear's Gabriel's Ghost
Modhra I (Arctic Moon) - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Modhra II (Arctic Moon) - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Mogar (Mining PLanet) - "Terror of the Vervoids" episodes of Doctor Who
Mok - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Mokuil (mythic homeworld) - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, p. 167
Mollan - Bob Shaw's The Ceres Solution
Moller's World - Harry Harrison's Planet of the Damned, brief reference
Mon Calamari a.k.a. Dac - Star Wars universe
Mondas (Cybermen home planet) - “The Tenth Planet,” Doctor Who Season 4, Story Number 29, 10-8-1966 through 10-29-1966
Monea - Star Trek: Voyager
Monet - Mack Reynolds's Planetary Agent X
Monticello IV - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Monwaing - Poul Anderson's After Doomsday
Moon Dedadent - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phelbas, p. 466
Moon One - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Moon Ten - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Moon Twenty-Six - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Moon Forty-One - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
MongoFlash Gordon
Monor II - Star Wars universe
Moravia - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery, p. 220
Mordan IV - "Too Short a Lesson," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 15, Season 1, 2-8-1988
Moresby - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, brief reference p. 232
Morgansworld - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, p. 61
Morglay - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Morningside (Shenji home planet)- Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p. 29
Morok (home planet of the Moroks - Doctor Who universe
Mores - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire
Moosejaw - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, brief reference p. 91
Morichades - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Morwedd - Sean Williams's Saturn Returns
Moth; - Alan Dean Foster's For Love of Mother-Not
Mother - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Mother Planet - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Mowist - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe)
Moy - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 18
Moyaba (Mute planet) - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Mrlsst (University Planet) - Star Wars universe
Mu Arigulon V - Michael Schuster and Steve Mollman's A Choice of Catastrophes, Star Trek: The Original Series universe
Mu Ceta - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Muir (moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Mulchury (faux planet named in a novel) - Wil McCarthy's Bloom
Muldavia 5 – “Nature v. Nurture,” Tripping the Rift, Season 1
Mule Kick - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference, p. 173
Mulour - "The Changeling," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 37, Season 2, 9-29-1969
Munar I - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, brief reference
Munto Codru - Star Wars universe
Mur - James Gunn's Transcendental, p. 167
Murcheson's Eye - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
Murdstone - Ron Goulart's Clockwork Pirates, brief reference p. 18
Muse - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Muskree - Star Wars universe
Mustafar - Star Wars universe
Muunilinst - Star Wars universe
Mycant - Richel Bach's Future's Pawn
Mygeeto - Star Wars universe
Mylok IV - Star Wars univere
Mynjhiro - C.J. Ryan's Dextra
Myomar - Star Wars universe
Myrkr - Star Wars universe
Mysterio 5 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Mysterio 6 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Mystus VII - Star Wars universe
Mythisch - Matthew Hughes's Majestrum
Mythra - Mack Reynolds's Mission to Horatius, a (Star Trek: The Original Series) novel

N Edit

N'zoth - Star Wars universe
Naboo - Star Wars universe
Nabu a.k.a. Anubelea I - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Nachtel - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Nachtel's Ghost (terrestrial moon) - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Nacre - Piers Anthony's Omnivore
Nagi - Star Wars universe
Naha - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Diving the Wreck
Nal Huta - Star Wars universe
Namatos VI - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Nanaganda - Tobias S. Buckell's Crystal Rain
Nansen (Arctic Planet) - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Naqsa - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Nar Shaddaa (moon) - Star Wars universe
Naranja (Moon orbiting Valencia) - Guy Immega's short story "Super-Mother Earth" in David Conyers et al., eds.s collection Extreme Planets
Narn - Babylon 5
Nasqueron (Gas Giant in the Ulubris system) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist
Nasya - "In the Line of Duty," Stargate SG-1, Season 2
Nature Preserve 1 , a.k.a. NP1 - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Nature Preserve 2 , a.k.a. NP2 - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Nature Preserve 3 , a.k.a. NP3 - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Nature Preserve 4 , a.k.a. NP4 - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Nature Preserve 5 , a.k.a. NP5 - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds
Navaros - "Delta and the Bannermen" episodes of Doctor Who
Ne'Holland - "The Prince," - Andromeda, Second Season
Nebari Prime - "A Clockwork Nebari," Farscape Episode 217
Nebiru (Planet X - Babylonian Legend
Nebel 2 a.k.a. Salt - Adam Robert's Salt
Nechepso - Donald Kingsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis, p. 301
Necroman 3 - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, p. 84
Necropolis - Douglas MCT's book Necropolis
Neimoidia - Star Wars universe
Nega (formerly BlueSky VI, home planet of the Negad) - John Scalzi's Fuzzy Nation,
Nelvaan - Star Wars universe
Neolithia - Mack Reynolds' Mission to Horatius, a Star Trek: The Original Series) novel
Nephelos - Isaac Asimov's The Stars Like Dust, The Rebellious Stars
Nephilim - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Neranigh - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Nergal - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Neressi - Iain M. Banks's The Hydrogen Sonata, p. 218
Nereus II (a.k.a. Arethusa ) - Clayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore's Star Trek: The Original Series universe novel Point of Divergence
Nespis VIII - Star Wars universe
Nestor - Donald Kingsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis
Netu (moon) (Prison Planet) – “Jolinar’s Memories” and “The Devil You Know,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
Neu Pommerania - John Hickman's "When the Gods Fall" short story in Aphelion
Neu Stuttgart (probable German Planet) - Michael Schuster and Steve Mollman's A Choice of Catastrophes, Star Trek: The Original Series universe
Neutopia - Futurama
The Neutral Planet (official motto: 'Live Free or Don't') - Futurama
Neverland (a.k.a. Valhalla) - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Nevermore - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, brief reference p. 196
New Abderdeen (Celtic Planet) - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds
New Alderaan - Star Wars universe
New America - Revolution television mini-series
New Alexandria - Brian Stableford's Hooded Swan universe
New Arizona - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
New Beginnings - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love
New Beijing - Richard K. Morgan's Altered Carbon
New Brasilia, a.k.a. New Brasilia IV - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova
New Caledonia - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
New California - Babylon 5
New Cambride - C.J. Ryan's Fifth Quadrant
New Canaan - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky p. 25
New Carthage - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
New Chicago - Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle's The Mote in God's Eye and Jerry Pournelle's Outies
New Deimos (moon), a.k.a. Tom - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
New Delos - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
New Detriot - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters, p. 112
New Djawa - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
New Dublin (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 67
New Dresden (German Planet) – Charles Stross’s Iron Sunrise
New Earth a.k.a. Procyon V - Brian Aldiss' Starship, p. 153
New Earth (orbiting Alpha Centauri C) - Brian W. Aldiss's Helliconia Trilogy, Helliconia Winter, pp. 98-99
New Earth, a.k.a. Procyon VIII, a.k.a. Labura - Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 119, 198
New Earth - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
New Earth a.k.a. Novaya Svoboda - Poul Anderson's "The High Ones," a short story in The Horn of Time
New Earth - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 283
New Earth - Lelia Rose Foreman's Shatterworld
New Earth - "New Earth" episode of Doctor Who, April 15, 2006
New Eden – “New Adam, New Eve,” Space: 1999 Episode 10, Season 2, 10-9-1976
New Eden - Poul Anderson's short story "The Bitter Bread," in his collection Explorations
New Far Florence - Alastair Reynolds's Pushing Ice
New Finland - Roger MacBride Allen's Allies & Aliens
New Finlandia - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
NewHope - Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri video game
New France - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery, p. 61
New Gargano - Matthew Hughes' short story Sleeper Light Speed November 2013
New Germany - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
New Ghana - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
New Halana - Second Sight episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
New Half-Way Tree - Nalo Hopkinson's Midnight Robber
New Hope - Nancy Kress's Crossfire
New Ireland (Celtic Planet) - Sean Williams's Saturn Returns
New Ireland - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
New Java - Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Word For World Is Forest," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 30-108, brief reference
New Jerusalem - Babylon 5
New Kinaan - Kameron Hurley's God's War, Rapture, p. 31
New Kobe - Babylon 5
New Mars - Ken MacCleod's Newton's Wake: A Space Opera
New Maxis - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery, p. 60
New Melbourne (Ocean Planet) - Firefly/Serenity universe
New Midlands (a.k.a. Perkins Rent IV) - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting
New Muscovy - Charles Stross's Singularity Sky
New Oregon - Carmen Carter's The Children of Hamlin, Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, p. 92
New Parris Island - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
New Phobos (moon), a.k.a. Joao - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
New Pittsburgh - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love, brief reference Pp. 285, 287
New Plympto - Star Wars universe
Newport a.k.a. Gehenna II - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
New Prague - Charles Stross's Singularity Sky, brief reference
New Rilchuk - Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner's novel Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
New Riveria - Alan Dean Foster's Flinx's Folly
New Rome - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 43
New Scotland (Celtic Planet) - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
New Stockholm - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds
New Tahiti - Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Word For World Is Forest," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 30-108
New Terra - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds, p. 264, and Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
New Terra - Faux novel Stephen Colbert's Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure referred to on The Colbert Report, Chapter 1
New Terra - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
New Terrain - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
New Texas - H. Beam Piper & John Joseph McGuire's Lone Star Planet
New Thallon - Peter David's Blind Man's Bluff (Star Trek: New Frontiers)
New Tigris - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
New Topeka Dan Larnerd's short story "On A Crooked Planet," Raygun Revival. June 8, 2011.
New Utah - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man
New Utah - Jerry Pournelle's Outies
New Venusport - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 156
New Villefranche (orbits Bianco's Star - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, p. 157
New Virginia - Ken Macleod's Dark Light
New Vixen - "Starfog," short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
New Texas - Cartoon Animated Series Bravestarr
Neweden - Stephen Leigh's Dance of the Hag
Newhall - Firefly/Serenity universe
Nexos - Isaac Asimov's The Naked Sun
Nexus - Kristin Landon's The Hidden Worlds
Nexus - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Nhar-Gk'ok - Invader Zim cartoon series
Nhequuy (Syr system) - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun series, p. 411
Nhouaste (Gas Giant) - Iain M. Banks's The Algebraist, p. 311
Niami - Raymond F. Jones & Lester del Rey's Weeping May Tarry, brief reference p. 169
Nicles- Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Nidor (Theocratic Planet) - Robert Randall's novel The Shrouded Planet
Nidu - John Scalzi's The Android's Dream
Nielad - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole
Niffleheim - Stephen Leigh's Dance of the Hag
Niflhel - G. McDonald Wallis's Legend of Lost Earth
Nigel-4 - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Nightshade - Liz Williams' Banner of Souls
Nightshade - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Nil - Meet Dave 2008 film
Nimbus IV - Mike Resnick's short story "Catastrophe Bakers and a Canticle for Liebowitz: in The New Space Opera 2
Ninnelil - Jay Lake's short story "To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Ourselves" in The New Space Opera 2
Nippon – S.M. Stirling’s Betrayals
Nirene - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum
Nirvana - A. Bertram Chandler's "Naval Engagement", a short story in the Australian Science Fiction Review. Nu. 10, June 1967.
Nisren (mri planet) - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, p. 14
Nivyesta (terrestrial moon) - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Niyu - Alan Dean Foster's The Light Years Beneath My Feet
Nkllon (Mining Planet) - Star Wars universe
No-Moon - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), Pp. 20-21
No Turning Back - James Patrick Kelly's Burn, p. 18
Noab - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Nolevatol - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Nomolos - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Nordash (home world of the Nord) - Allen Steel's Hex
Nordholm (Arctic Planet) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 196
Nordstral (Arctic Planet) - L.A. Graf's Star Trek: The Original Series novel Ice Trap
Norfolk, a.k.a. Norfolk Tears - Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy
Norge - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Norn, a.k.a. Apollo 4 - Larry Niven's Destiny's Road
Northworld - David Drake's Northworld
Nostrilla - Cordwainer Smith's Nostrilla
Notaxistan - Political Commentary
Nou Occitan - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
Nova Brasilia - Don D'Ammassa's Haven, brief reference
Nova Germania - Poul Anderon's Ensign Flandry
Nova Kong - Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy
Novaya Svodboda a.k.a. New Earth - Poul Anderson's "The High Ones," a short story in The Horn of Time
Novia - Isaac Asimov's short story "Profession" in his collection Nine Tomorrows
Novo Bantry - Matthew Hughes' short story Sleeper Light Speed November 2013
Novy Kurdistan – Charles Stross’ Iron Sunrise
Novy Srebrenicza - Charles Stross’ Iron Sunrise, p. 155
Nubia - Star Wars universe
Nude Beach Planet (Vacation Planet) - Futurama: Bender's Big Score
Nulapeiron - John Meaney's Nulapeiron Sequence series
Numitri ("the sister blossom") - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 272
Nuova Roma - James Lovegrove's World of Fire, p. 181
Nurag (orbits Mab, regul home planet, p.5) - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun trilogy
Nyanza - Poul Anderson's Flandry of Terra
Nyjora - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Nyjord (Epsilon Eridani system) - Harry Harrison's Planet of the Damned
Nylar IV - Futurama
Nylock - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire
Nymphon - October 1978 issue of Penthouse
Nyvan - Peter F. Hamilton's Night's Dawn Trilogy

O Edit

O'Dowd - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 79
O'Ryan's Planet - Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 film
Oakka - David Brin's Infinity's Shore, Uplift universe
Oaktier - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, Pp. 83-84
Oannes - “Fire and Water” episode of Stargate SG1
Oasis - Jeffrey Thomas' Deadstock
Oblivion - Doctor Who universe
Obri (one of 7 moons of World) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Obroa-Skai - Star Wars universe
Ocampa - Star Trek: Voyager
Oceanus - Larry Niven & Edward M. Lerner's Fleet of Worlds, p. 157
Odidcut - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Odin - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Odlum - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Ogg - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Ogre (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters of the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Ogron planet (a.k.a. Braah, home planet of the Ogrons) - "Frontier in Space" episodes of Doctor Who
Ogros (Tau Ceti system world with acid swamps) - "The Stones of Blood" episodes of Doctor Who
Ola Three - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Olar 5 - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command 2000 film
Old Calais - Charles Stross's Singularity Sky, brief reference
Old Earth (Replica Planet) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion
Olivia - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery, p. 52
Olympia II - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians
Olympia III - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians
Olympia IV - Norman Spinrad's The Solarians
Olympia IX - Norman Spinrad's 'The Solarians
Omagh - John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale
Omega I - "The Omega Glory" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 54
Olderon - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, p. 133, Magestrum universe
Omicron Ceti 3 - "This Side of Paradise," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 25, Season 1, 3-2-1967; Michael Schuster and Steve Mollman's A Choice of Catastrophes
Omicron Persei 8 (1000 light years from Earth) - "When Aliens Attack," Futurama Volume 1, Episode 12
Omicron Sigma XXIVa - Richard A. Lupoff's "With the Bentfin Boomer Boys," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 618-701
Omicron Theta - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 317
Omivarium - David Brin's Startide Rising p. 50
Omwart - Star Wars universe
Onaris - Colin Kapp's Patterns of Chaos
Onderon (orbited by the moon Dxun) - Star Wars universe
Ondine (moon) - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Ondor's Gambit - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Oovo IV - Star Wars universe
Ophideraan - Star Wars universe
Ophiuchus II - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Ophiuchus VI - "Mudd's Women" Star Trek Original Series Episode
Oragen - Philip José Farmer's novel The Lovers
Orban – “Learning Curve,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
Ord Ibanna (Gas Giant) - Star Wars universe
Ord Mantell - Star Wars universe
Ord Tasson - Star Wars universe
Planet Ordon (named on a sign held by a panhandler shown in the opening sequence) - definitely, maybe 2008 film
Orede - Murray Leinster's novel This World is Taboo fill text
Orestes VII - John Vornholt's Masks, a Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, p. 6
Orichades - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Organia (Farm Planet) - "Errand of Mercy" Episode 27, Season 1 Star Trek Original Series March 16, 1967.
Orgellius II - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 36, Season 2, 12-22-1967
Orgone - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind, Pp. 84-85
Orient IV - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Orilla – “New Order, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
Orinackra - Star Wars universe
Orion - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Orion IV (Mining Planet) - Babylon 5
Orion 14 - "The Realm of the Robots," radio episode of Space Patrol, October 30, 1954
Orion VII - Babylon 5
OrkMork & Mindy 1978-1982 telivision series
Orma - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
Ormuzd - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love, brief reference p. 17
Ornara (Delos III is in the same star sytem as Brekka/Delos IV but not in the same star system as the Delos IV where Beverly Crusher interned) - "Symbiosis," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 21, Season 1, 4-18-1988 description
Orotund (gas Giant) - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Orpheus - Greg Egan's Diaspora, p. 212-224
Orsha II - Isaac Asimov's Foundation, p. 166
Orsini - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Orum (Jerush System) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Osa (Gas Giant) - Scott Mackay's Phytosphere, p. 173
Osarian - Star Wars universe
Oscar Mike One - Starship Troopers 3: Marauder 2008 film
Oseidon (home planet of the Kraals) - "The Android Invasion" episodes of Doctor Who
Oshu - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Osian - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Osiris (SF planet) (Vega IX) - Robert Silverberg's novel The Seed of Earth, p. 92
Osiris (SF planet) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Osiris (SF planet) (Procyon I) - L. Sprague de Camp's 1953 collection The Continent Makers
Osiris 4 - "A Pharoah to Remember," Futurama Volume 3, Episode 7
Ossining - Andy Heizeler's The Grand Illusion: A Dean The Space Rogue Tale," Raygun Revival, Issue 55, December 2009 text
Ossus - Star Wars universe
Ouroboros - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Ourworld - James Gunn's Transcendental
Outpost (orbits Nova Sol B) - Roger MacBride Allen's Rogue Power
Ovid - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 70
Owa – “Divine Right,” a short story by J.T. McIntosh in Nebula Science Fiction, Volume 2, Issue 7.
Oxi - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Oxley - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference p. 95
Oxus - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Oxygen - Savage Planet 2006 Made for Television Film
Oza - Sean Williams's "Inevitable," a short story in The New Space Opera 2
Ozzieworld - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 75

P Edit

P2A-347 – “Lifeboat,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P2X-005 – “Forsaken,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
P2X-005 - “Space Race,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P2X-338 - “The Tomb,” Stargate SG-1 Season 5
P2X-374 – “Redemption, Part 1,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
P2X-885 – “Fourth Horseman, Part 1,” Stargate SG-1 Season 9
P3C-249 – “Avenger 2.0,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P3X-289 – “Revisions,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P3X-403 – “Enemy Mine,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P34-353J - “The Tokra, Part 1” and “The Tokra, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
P3R-233 - “There But For the Grace of God,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1
P3R-636 - “Need,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
P3X-439 – “Lost City, Part 1” and “Lost City, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P3X-451 - “A Matter of Time,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
P3X-562 - "Cold Lazarus," Stargate SG-1 Season 1
P3X-584 – “Prototype,” Stargate SG-1 Season 9
P3X-666 – “Heroes, Part 1” and “Heroes, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P3X-744 – “Memento,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
P3X-797 - "The Broca Divide," Stargate SG-1 Season 1
P3X-888 - “The First Ones,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4
P3X-955 – “Birthright,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P4S-141 – “Endgame,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
P4S-237 – “Prophecy,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
P4X-639 - “Window of Opportunity,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4
P5S-117 – “Avenger 2.0,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
P5X-112 – “The Other Guys,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
P6J-908 – “Zero 8,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
P7J-989 - “The Gamekeeper,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2; “Avatar,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
P8F-809 – “Zero Hour,” Stargate SG-1 Season 8
P8X-412 – “The Powers That Be,” Stargate SG-1 Season 9
P9Y-4C3 – “Meridian,” Stargate SG-1 Season 5; “Shadow Play,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
PBX-987 - “Singularity,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1
PBX-989 - “Tin Man,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1
PBX-1279 a.k.a. Chartago - “Cor-Ai,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1
PJ6-877 - “Dead Man’s Switch,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
PX3-989 a.k.a. Juna - “Double Jeopardy,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4
PX8-987 – “The Rite of Passage,” Stargate SG-1 Season 5
PXY-887 - “Spirits,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
Pacem (home of the New Vatican) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion
Pacifica (Ocean Planet) - "Conspiracy," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 24, Season 1, 5-9-1988 description
Pacifica - Norman Spinrad’s A World Between
Pacifica - David R. George's Allegiance in Exile, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, p.163
Pagonna - Elizabeth Raines's Sold (Wicked Missions 4)
Pahnshu - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, p. 271
Pakhome (Pak homeworld) - Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner's novel Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
Paklatuthl - David Brin's Startide Rising p. 139, Uplift universe
Palanhi - Star Wars universe
Palatine - M.R. Meluch's The Ninth Circle
Pallas - Isaac Asimov's collection Robots of Dawn
Palmermo - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Paloana - Maya Kathyrn Bohnhoff's short story "Simple Gifts" Analog January/February 2010, brief reference
Pan C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Panamax - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 71
Pandora (moon) - Avatar 2009 film
Pandora - Sarah Zettel's Kingdom of Cages
Pangar - “Cure” and “The Changeling,” Stargate SG-1 Season 6
Panna - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 340
Panoran VII - Robert Mancebo's short story "The Chosen One," Raygun Revival, Issue 43, May 2008
Pantolomin - Star Wars universe
Paquin (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Par - Nancy Kress's Crucible
Paraiso-Aqui - Harry Harrison's The Stainless Steel Rat for President
Paradise - Joanna Russ's Picnic on Paradise
Paradise, a.k.a. Pharos, - Brian Stableford's The Paradise Game, Hooded Swan universe
Paradox - Richel Bach's Future's Pawn
Paramay - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, Foundation universe
Parchmont' (Desert Planet) - Don D'Ammassa's Haven, brief reference
Parliament (Conference Planet) - Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 6, Season 1, 11-2-1987
Parsimony - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, p. 210
Parth - Firefly/Serenity universe
Partussy - Brian W. Aldiss' Bow Down to Nul
Parvati - Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, p. 212
Pasadena - Arthur C. Clarke's The Songs of Distant Earth
Passen (smallest moon of Jijo) - David Brin's Infinity's Shore
Passy - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
Pastoral - Don D'Ammassa's [Haven, brief reference
Patel - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Patience - Elizabeth Bear's Undertow, Pp. 84, 186
Peace (moon of Addams) - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Pearl (Barnards's Star 2 C) a.k.a. Barney Deucy - Charles E. Gannon's novel Fire With Fire
Peekaboo Two (Immega 714 2) a.k.a. Bravo, a.k.a. Brazil Novo - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
Peladon - "The Curse of Peladon" and "The Monster of Peladon" episodes of Doctor Who
Pelian Zel - "The Host," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 4, 5-13-1991
Pelican - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 33
Pell a.k.a. Pell's World (orbits Pell's Star - C.J. Cherryh's Downbelow Station and C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Pellagra (Bejoran colony) - David R. George III's Star Trek: The Original Series novel Allegiance in Exile, p. 314
Pellin - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Pelorum - Firefly/Serenity universe
Penalipan - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Peneli - Majliss Larson's Pawns and Symbols, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel, brief reference
Pengo - Rudy Rucker's Hylozoic
Pepinia - Babylon 5 universe
Pepple - Rudy Rucker's Hylozoic, p. 114
Peragus II - Star Wars universe
Perdur Alas - Sheri S. Tepper's Shadow's End
Peregrine (terraformed asteroid) – Dan Simmons’ Hyperion, p. 135
Perfuffin - Rob Reid's novel Year Zero, p. 160
Perkin's Rent - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 9
Pern - Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern universe
Persephone - Firefly/Serenity universe
Pestolozzi a.k.a. Dapdrof - Brian Addiss's The Dark Light Years
Petaybee - Anne Mccaffrey & Elizabeth Ann Scarborough's Changelings
Pete's World - "Rise of the Cybermen" and "Doomsday" episodes of Doctor Who
Peterburg - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 9
Petrino - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum, p. 52
Phaester Osiris (home planet of the Osirians - "Pyramids of Mars" episodes of Doctor Who
Pharos a.k.a. Paradise - Brian Stableford's The Paradise Game, Hooded Swan universe
Phastillan - L. Warren Douglas's A Plague of Change
Phigerinadon II - Harry Harrison's Bill, the Galactic Hero
Philos - John Scalzi's The Android's Dream
Phlenbahn - John Scalzi's The Android's Dream, brief reference p. 56
Phoenix (Planet) - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Phoenix (Planet) (a.k.a. Beta Phyxis III - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, Zoe's TaleThe Android's Dream, p. 217
Phoeniz (Planet) - M.R. Meluch's The Ninth Circle
Phrastesis - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Pik Station - Gareth L. Powell's short story "Six Lights off Green Star."
Pila - David Brin's Uplift universe
Pirri – “Guardian of Pirri,” Space: 1999 Episode 2, Season 1, 11-13-1975
Piranha - Keith Laumer's The Glory Game
The Pit (a.k.a. Ullamon) - Matthew Hughes's The Other, p. 97
Pitcairn Island - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love, Pp. 392-394
Pittance (rogue dwarf planet) - Iain M. Banks's Excession, Pp. 158-159
Pixlet - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Planet 2 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Planet 4 (892 System) - "Bread and Circuses," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 43, Season 2, 3-15-1968
Planet 8 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Planet 9 - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Planet 13 (Swamp Planet) - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series
Planet 16 of the Tau Ceti System - Barbarella film
Planet 51 - Planet 51 2009 film
Planet Beta 45 - Beach Babes from Beyond 1993 film
Planet Bird - Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie 2-12 film
Planet Butt - Anal Intruder 9: The Butt From Another Planet 1995 film
Planet D – “Brian the Brain,” Space: 1999 Episode 9, Season 2, 10-2-1976
Planet Gutt - "More is More," episode of 321 Penguins
Planet Jacker Homeworld - Invader Zim cartoon series
Planet P - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers p. 221
Planet Turbulence - David Brin's novel Existence, p. 639
Planet V - Ursulla K. LeGuin's "Nine Lives," a short stroy in World's Best Science Fiction 1970, ed. Donald A. Wallheim & Terry Carr
Planet Vinci - "The Duh-Vinci Code," episode of Futurama July 15, 2010
Planet X - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters of the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra, brief reference
Planet X - Edward Ashpole's non-fiction book Signatures of Life: Science Searches the Universe, p. 192
Planet X - Isaac Asimov's short story "The Deep," in his collection The Martian Way
Planet X - Paul Davies' nonfiction The Eerie Silence
Planet X (Desert Planet) - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command television cartoon series
Planet XXX (Nude Beach Planet) - In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela episode of Futurama June 24, 2010
Planet X - Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2 video game
Planet X - Cowboys vs. Aliens 2011 film
Planet X (a.k.a. Nebiru) - Babylonian Legend
Planet Xi (a.k.a. 82 Eridani III) - R.M. Meluch's Strength and Honor, p. 92
Planet Z - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Planet of Orphans and Widows - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Plastreodus 14 - [[Doctor Who] universe
Porcelo - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Polyphemus (Gas Giant) - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Planos (moon) - "The Planos Epidemic," television episode #9 of Space Patrol, February 24, 1951
Planet Porno - Flesh Gordon 1974 X-rated film
Planet of Broken Glass - Invader Zim cartoon series
Planet of the Everlasting - Raelianism
Planet of the Seven Suns - Arthur C. Clarke's 1953, 1956 The City and the Stars
Planter's Delight - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Planetoid 60 - "The Treasure of Planetoid 60," radio episode of Space Patrol, June 27, 1953
Plateau (SF planet) - Larry Niven's Protector brief reference, and "The Ethics of Madness," a short story in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Plesk - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Plookesia - Invader Zim cartoon series
Plootarg - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Plowman's Planet - Philip K. Dick's Galactic Pot-Healer
Pluk - Kin-Dza-Dza 1986 film (Russian)
Plymouth - A History Channel Thanksgiving 15th Season, 13th Episode of South Park November 9, 2011.
Pock's World - Dave Duncan's Pock's World
Poictesme - H. Beam Piper's The Cosmic Computer, a.k.a. Junkyard Planet
Pol - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Polarfrey (Gas Giant) - Doctor Who universe
Pollux 4 (Beta Geminorum System) - "Who Mourns for Adonais," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 33, Season 2, 9-22-1967
Polymos (home planet of the Auton|Nestene Conciousness) - Doctor Who universe
Polyphemus (SF planet) - (a single mooned Gas Giant) - Ken Macleod's Newton's Wake: A Space Opera, p. 29
Pompey - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Poowadya - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Poopiter In-A-Gadda-Da-Leela episode of Futurama June 24, 2010
Porpula - faux fictional planet in Tracy Morgan's "Astronaut Jones Episode 16" skit on Saturday Night Live
Port Ferry - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 9
Praclush Toanas - “Lost City, Part 2,” Stargate SG-1 Season 7
Pradesh - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Praesitlyn - Star Wars universe
Praxis (moon) - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Prenstaleraf - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Prestno (a.k.a. World 88) - Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Word For World Is Forest," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 30-108
Pretoria - "Sucker Bait," a short story in Isaac Asimov's The Martian Way and Other Stories brief reference
Pria - Star Wars universe
Priam - Colin Kapp's Patterns of Chaos, brief reference p. 49
Prima - Poul Anderson's "Iron," a novella in Larry Niven's Man-Kzin Wars, Pp. 93-94
Primus Three - Lin Cawthra's Primus Three
Prince Samual's World - Jerry Pournelle's King David's Spaceship and Outies.
Pring - David Brin's Uplift universe
Priplanus - "Islands in the Sky" episode of Lost in Space television series
Prism - Alan Dean Foster's Sentenced to Prism
Proamon - "Dragonfire" episode of Doctor Who
Procyon IV - "The Atomic Vault," television episode #210 of Space Patrol, February 26, 1955.
Procyon 5 (faux fictional planet) - James Morrow's Shambling Toward Hiroshima
Procyon V a.k.a. New Earth - Brian Aldiss's Starship, p. 153
Procyon V - Poul Anderson's "Ghetto" in William F. Nolan's short story collection A Wilderness of Stars
Procyon VI - “Always,” Nebula Science Fiction Volume 2, Issue 16
Procyon VIII a.k.a. New Earth, a.k.a. Labura - Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 119, 198
Prodenda IX - Robert Sheckley's Mindswap
Procyon IX, a.k.a. Dirna - Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 121, 142
Prodas - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Prokaryon - Joan Slonczewski's The Children Star - An Elysium Cycle Novel
Proxima III (Proxima Centauri system) - Babylon 5
Proxima Centaurus - William Tenn's "The Liberation of Earth," a short story in Robert Silverberg's collection Invaders from SWpace
Prute (moon is Big Rock) - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief
Psi - "The Naked Time," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 7
Psi Serpentis IV (a.k.a. Sauria) - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
PSR B1257+12c (in Virgo) - Ken Macleod's Newton's Wake: A Space Opera, p. 166
Psychlo - L. Ron Hubbard's Battledfield Earth
Psychon – “The Metamorph,” Space 1999 Episode 1, Season 2, 9-4-1976
Pulitzer - (faux fictional planet) Stephen Colbert's Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure, a faux fictional novel referred to on The Colbert Report, Episode 81, April 19, 2006.
Pussyworld - "Suitors, Inc." episode of Dr. Who
Puys - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Pyrassis (Desert Planet) - Alan Dean Foster's Reunion
Pyrus 7 - "Catspaw," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 30, Season 2, 10-27-1967
Pyrylyn - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 18; Brian Aldiss's Who Can Replace a Man?, p. 170
Pzob (K749 System) (Jungle Planet) - Star Wars universe

Q Edit

Q-13 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Qamara - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p. 228
Qelso - Brian Herbert & Kevin Anderson's Sandworms of Dune
Qiorfu - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Qo'noS - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Qolme - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Qom-Riyadh (Shi’a planet) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 136-137
Qotem - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Qua'runze (one of four Gas Giants in the Ulubris system) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist, p. 104
Qualor II - "Unification, Part 1," - Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 7, Season 5, 11-4-1991
Quarta (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's "Iron," a novella in Larry Niven's Man-Kzin Wars, PP. 74-77
Quendar IV - Robert Silverberg's "To A Dark Star," in Joseph Elder's short story collection The Farthest Reaches
Quidde (high gravity but terrestrial planet) - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Quin - Sigilverse comic book universe
Quinnius - "The Edge of Destruction" episodes of Doctor Who
Quinta (Gas Giant) - Poul Anderson's "Iron," a novella in Larry Niven's Man-Kzin Wars, PP. 76-77
Quinta (Quinta Zeta Harpiae) - Stanislaw Lem's short story collection Fiasco
Quofum - Alan Dean Foster's Quofum
Quopp - Keith Laumer's Retief's War
Quorg - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Quoristan - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation

R Edit

Raaga (Prison Planet) - "The Visitation" episodes of Doctor Who
The Radiator Planet - Futurama universe
Radole (Ribbon World) - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, p. 127
Rafa - Star Wars universe
Rafe - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Ragnarok - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Ragnarok - Tom Godwin's Space Prison (a.k.a. The Survivors) and The Space Barbarians
Rakhat - Mary Doria Russell's Children of God, Sparrow
Rakosa Five - "Dreadnaught," Star Trek: Voyager Episode 34, Season 2, 2-12-1996
Ral (One of seven moons of World]) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Ralltiir - Star Wars universe
Ranus - Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Rekag – “Man of the People,” Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3, Season 6, 10-5-1992
Rakis a.k.a. Arrakis - Frank Herbert's Heretics of Dune, Dune universe
Raksh (one of two moons of Rustum) - "My Own, My Native Land," a short story in Poul Anderson's New America
Ramachandra's World (a.k.a. Alpha Centauri B II; a.k.a. Haven; a.k.a.) - Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
Ramanujan - Poul Anderson's short story "The Warriors From Nowhere," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Randa - Star Wars universe (featured in the Second Kessel Run comic)
Randtwo - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man, brief reference
Ratoon - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky
Rattatak - Star Wars universe
Raven (47 Ursae Majoris 2) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Raxicoricofallapatorius (twin planet of Clom) - Doctor Who universe
Ravolox - "The Mysterious Planet" episodes of Doctor Who
Raxus Prime - Star Wars, videogame "Star Wars: The Clone Wars"
Raxacoricofallapatorius - Doctor Who universe
Recopia (Recopi System) - Star Wars universe
Redeye - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference, p. 180
Ree'hdworld (orbits Sigma G53) - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind
Reed 1935-C - Eleanor Arnason's Ring of Swords
Reesethree (Gas Giant) - C.L. Anderson's Bitter Angels
Reetalia - “Show and Tell,” Stargate SG-1 Season 2
Refusis II (a.k.a. Refusis, an (Exile Planet) – “The Ark,” Doctor Who Season 3, Story Number 23
Regina (Mining Planet) (moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Regis III - Stanislaw Lem's Invincible
Regula IV - Babylon 5 universe
Regulus - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, brief reference p. 229
Regulus 5 - "Amok Time," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 34, Season 2, 9-15-67, brief reference
Relay - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Relva VII - "Coming of Age," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 18, Season 1, 3-14-1988 description
Remulak - Coneheads 1993 film adapted from SNL sketches
Renaissance Minor - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 28
Renaissance V a.k.a. Renaissance Vector - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 196, 256
Renaissance Vector a.k.a. Renaissance V - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, Pp. 196, 256
Renatasia - Star Wars universe
Resurgam (orbits Delta Pavonis) - Alastair Reynolds' Redemption Ark
Retha - "The Full Circle," Space: 1999 Episode 15, Season 1, 12-11-1975
Rezerval - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act
Rhaandaran - Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 film
Rhampora - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Earth
Rhapsody - Brian Stableford's Rhapsody in Black
Rhen Var - Star Wars universe
Rheton - The Phantom Planet 1961 film
Rhinnal - Star Wars universe
Rhizome (Professor Triffid's home world) - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Ribos - "The Ribos Operation" episodes of Doctor Who
Rho Ceta - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Rho Coronae Borealis d. (a "heavy Mars") - Ken Macleod's Newton's Wake: A Space Opera
Rhodia - Isaac Asimov's The Rebellious Stars
Rhommomool - Star Wars universe
Ria (home planet of the Riayet) - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Paloma
Ribos - "The Ribos Operation," Doctor Who 1975
Riddle - Mike Moscoe's The Price of Peace
Ridgetop - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Riflor - Star Wars universe
Rigel 4 (home of Kang and Kodos) - The Simpsons animated television series
Rigel 4 - "Wolf in the Fold," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 36, Season 2, 12-22-1967; "Half a Life," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 22, Season 4, 5-6-1991
Rigel V - "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Rigel 7 (either a planet or a solar system) - "The Doomsday Machine," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 35, Season 2, 10-20-1967; "Menagerie (Part Two)" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 16, Season 1, 11-17-1966, flashback reference
Rigel-Rigel - Evan Mandery's First Contact: Or, Its Later Than You Think. p. 54
Rigel Seven - "A Man if Talent," a short story in Robert Silverberg's collection Moonferns and Starsongs
Rigel VIII - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 78
Rigel 12 - "Mudd's Women," in Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 41, Season 2, 10-13-1966.
Rigel 13 - "Lazy Daze," episode of 321 Penguins
Rigel XIX - Robert Silverberg's "The Pleasure of Your Company," a short story in Robert Hoskin's collection Infinity One
Riker's Planet - Jack Vances's short story Sjambak full text
Rikha - Poul Anderson's For Love or Glory
Riks - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Rimmon - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 133
Rimway - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Ring - "Memory," a short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
Rinthi - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Ripley's Pleasure Planet - "The Man Trap," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 6, Season 1, 9-8-1966
Risa - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Rishi - Star Wars universe
Reverie – Bruce Sterling's The Artificial Kid
Roanoke - John Scalzi's The Last Colony
Roaval - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Robinson D (a.k.a. Triton) - James Lovegrove's World of Fire
Rochard's World - Charles Stross's Singularity Sky
Rodeo - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Rodia - Star Wars universe
Roget - Colin Kapp's The Wizard of Anharitte
Roman Holiday - Anderson Gentry's A Sky of Diamonds
Romanujan - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Romulus - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Ronam - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Roosevelt - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Ronom - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole
Ronruad - "Day of Burning," short story in Poul Anderson's collection Beyond the Beyond
Roshanak (Moon of Helvetica) - John Kessel's short story "Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance," in The New Space Opera 2
Rossem (sub-Arctic Planet) - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation, pp. 34-49, 64-70
Roswell - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Rothana - Star Wars universe
Rubanis - The Circles of Power comic book series
Russalka - Jonathan L. Howard's novel Katya's World
Rustum - "My Own, My Native Land," a short story in Poul Anderson's collection New America
Ruta 3 (Arctic Planet) - "Horror of Fang Rock" episodes of Doctor Who
Ruusan - Star Wars universe
Ryloth (Ribbon World) - Star Wars
Ryvriss XIII - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 128
Ryyk - Star Wars universe

S Edit

SC-28E - Dan Larnerd's short story "On A Crooked Planet," Raygun Revival. June 8, 2011.
S-Dem - Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Paloma
S'sgarnon - Star Trek: The Original Series
St. Rita - James Blish's Earthman Come Home, p. 280, Cities in Flight universe
Saarn - Star Wars universe
Sabbath - Robert Holdstock's Eye Among the Blind
Sacorria - Star Wars universe
Sacrecour, (terrestrial moon orbiting the Gas Giant Gobulus) - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, Pp. 265-266
Sadachbia - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven, p. 209
Saddlesore - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference, p. 173
Safehold - David Weber's Off Armageddon Reef
Sagan II - Arthur C. Clarke's The Songs of Distant Earth
Sagittarius Zero' - R.M. Meluch's Strength and Honor
Saheelindeel - Star Wars universe
Salem - L.E. Modesiit Jr.'s The Elysium Commission, p. 125
Salem - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man
Saleucami - Star Wars universe
Salina - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, Foundation universe
Salinus - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Salisbury (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Salliche, (Farm Planet) - Star Wars universe
Sally's Cupboard - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 37
Salm - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Salostophus - "The Mysterious Planet" episodes of Doctor Who
Salt, a.k.a. Nebel 2, - Adam Robert's Salt
Salud Afar - Jack McDevitt's The Devil's Eye
Salusa Secundus - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Dune: The Battle of Corrin Dune universe
Samarkand - Neal Asher's Gridlinked
San Helios - Doctor Who universe
San-Ska-Re - Andromeda television series
San-Tarah - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace, p. 232
Sandalion - one of two moons of Hermes - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Sandurst (Islyn System) - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Effect
Sandusky - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Sangre, (Cannibal Planet) - Norman Spinrad's The Men in the Jungle
Sanitek (X'xx-x) - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
Sanja (home world of the Soranta) - Allen Steele's Hex
Sanjin - Star Wars universe
Santa Maria (moon orbiting Lagrima) - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Codex
Santa Muerte - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Santandru - Kristin Landon's The Hidden Worlds
Santanni - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Sanctuary - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers
Santhenar a.k.a. Santh - Ian Irvine's The Three Worlds Cycle
Santo - Firefly/Serenity universe
Sappire - Star Wars universe
Sarawiee - Star Wars universe
Sarip - Isaac Asimov's Forward the Foundation
Sargol - Andre Norton's Plague Ship
Sargon - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Sark - Isaac Asimov's The Currents of Space
Sarka - Star Wars universe
Sarn (volcanic Desert Planet) and Prison Planet) - "Planet of Fire" episodes of Doctor Who
Sarona VIII - "We'll Always Have Paris," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 1, 5-2-1988
Sarpeodon – “All Our Yesterdays,” Star trek Original Series Episode 33, Season 2, 3-14-1969
Sassania - Poul Anderson's short story "The Warriors From Nowhere," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Saturus - Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Sauria (Psi Serpentis IV) - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
Sayshell - Isaac Asimov's Foundation's Edge, Foundation universe
Sarpedon (orbiting the star Beta Niobe) - "All Our Yesterdays," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 78, Season 3, 3-14-1969
Satan's World (rogue Arctic Planet) - Poul Anderson's Satan's World
Saudade - M. John Harrison's Nova Swing
Saybrook's Planet - Isaac Asimov's "Misbegotten Missionary," a short story in Robert A. Heinlein's collection Tomorrow the Stars
Scalos - "Wink of an Eye," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 68, Season 2, 11-29-1968
Schars's World (a Planet of the Dead) - Iain M. Bank's Consider Phlebas
Schufnaasik Six - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters'
Secundus - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love
Sedesia - Star Wars universe
Sedri - Star Wars universe
Seefra-1 (orbits Methus II) - "The Weight, Part 1" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 1
Seefra-2 (orbits Methus II) - "Moonlight Becomes You" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 13
Seefra-5 (orbits Methus II)- "What Will Be Was Not" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 9, "Through a Glass, Darkly" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 10
Seefra-7 (orbits Methus II) - "Phear Phactor Phenom" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 3
Seefra-8 (orbits Methus II) - "So Burn the Untamed Lands" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 8
Seefra-9 (orbits Methus II) - "Quantum Tractate Delirium" Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Season 1, Episode 18
Segonax - "The Greatest Show in the Galaxy" episodes of Doctor Who
Segur - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, brief reference, p. 64
Sel (one of 7 moons of World) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Selab - Star Wars universe
Selaggis - Star Wars universe
Selantro - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters
Selay (Beta Renna star system) - "Lonely Among Us," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 6, Season 1, 11-2-1987 description
Selbelle III - Zach Hughes's Closed System, brief reference p. 66
Selene - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Selonia - Star Wars universe
Seni Major (Terrestrial Moon) - Rachel Bach's Fortune's Pawn, p. 240
Senisran (Ocean Planet) - Alan Dean Foster's The Howling Stones
Sense Sphere (home planet of the Sensorites) - "The Sensorites" episodes of Doctor Who
Sentnar - Lora Leigh's Menage a Magick
Sepekte (Ulubris system) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist
Septima (Gas Giant) - Stanislaw Lem's short story collection Fiasco
Sequoia - Neal Barrett Jr.'s Highwood
Sera - Gears of War video game
Seremathenn - Alan Dean Foster's The Light Years Beneath My Feet
Serendipity - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p. 323
Serenno - Star Wars universe
Sergyar - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Serieve - "Starfog," short story in Poul Anderson's Beyond the Beyond
Sermeria - Star Wars universe
Sernpidal - Star Wars universe
Seshat - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Set - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, brief reference p. 55
Setor - Star Wars universe
Sevalis - Richel Bach's Future's Pawn
Setsai - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Shada - Prison Planet - Shada episodes of Doctor Who
Shadow - Firefly/Serenity universe
Shaggai (sister planet to Xiclotl) - Cthulhu Mythos
Shakuras - Starcraft video game
Shalina - James L. Cambias's novel A Darkling Sea
Shamash a.k.a. Anubelea IV - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Shame, sister planet of Home - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire
Shammat (Prison Planet) - Doris Lessing's The Sirian Experiments, Canopus in Argos Archives series, Pp. 52-54
Shamo (a.k.a.Epsilon Indi A) - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire, p. 255
Shangra-la - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Sharya (Islamist theocracy) - Richard M. Morgan's Altered Carbon, p. 158
Sheathclaws - Larry Niven's Ringworld's Children
Shemzee - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Sheol - Robert A. Heinlein's Starship Troopers p. 133
Sheridan's Planet - "Druglegger's Run," a short story by Kurt Heinrich Hyatt, Aphelion 148, 14, December 2010
Sherman's Planet - The Trouble with Tribbles Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 42, Season 2, 12-29-67
Shesha - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference
Shikasta - Doris Lessing's Shikasta (cosmic consciousness)
Shili - Star Wars universe
Shimanjin - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds
Shinnkaria - Don DeBrandt's novel Viral Intelligence
Shiva III - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Shiva-Parvati - Alastair Reynold's Revelation Space universe
Shuft - Matthew Hughes's Magestrum, Magestrum universe
Sick World (Special Purpose Planet) - Andy Remic's Hardcore
Sidero - Jay Lake's short story "To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Ourselves" in The New Space Opera 2
Silicon New Turk - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 9
Silver's Home - Brenda Cooper's Reading the Wind
Sirius 6B - Screamers 1995 film
Shoa - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, brief reference, p. 64
Shora (Terrestrial Moon and Ocean Planet) - Joan Slonczewski's A Door into Ocean
Sicily 8 (Gangster Planet) - Futurama
Sigma 957 - "Mind War," Babylon 5, March 2, 1994
Sigma 1014 Orionis a.k.a. Inshai - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek Novel), pp. 38-39
Sigma Ceta - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Sigma Draconis 2 - "Spock's Brain," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 61, Season 3, 9-20-1968
Sigma Draconis 4 - "Spock's Brain," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 61, Season 3, 9-20-1968
Sigma Draconis 6 (a.k.a. Sigma Draconis 7 in a mistake by Capt. Kirk) - "Spock's Brain," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 61, Season 3, 9-20-1968
Sigma Draconis 7 (a.k.a. Sigma Draconis 6 in a mistake by Capt. Kirk) - "Spock's Brain," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 61, Season 3, 9-20-1968
Sigma Hominis Volantis - Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet
Sigma Iotia II - "A Piece of the Action," in Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 49, Season 2, 1-12-1968
Earth Colony Signia Minor - "The Conscience of a King," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 13, Season 1, 12-8-1966
Signik - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Sihnon - Firefly/Serenity universe
Silesia - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Silvergalde - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 149
Silverhold (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Silvium - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Effect, p. 347
Simarka - "Emancipation," Stargate: SG1, Season 1
Sinzar - Babylon 5 universe
Siren (Mining Planet) - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Sirius Three - "Collecting Team," a short story in Robert Silverberg's collection Moonferns and Starsongs, brief reference
Sirius Four - "Three Exiles," television episode #100 & "The Shakedown," television episoide #101 of Space Patrol, November 22, 1952 and November 29, 1952
Sirgamesk - Jack Vances's short story Sjambak full text
Sirus Minor - Invader Zim cartoon series
Sisk - Star Wars universe
Siwenna - Isaac Asimov's Foundation, pp. 165-166
Sjandra Kei - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Skako - Star Wars universe
Skaro (Dalek home planet) - Doctor Who universe
Skathi - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 162
Skonos - "The Horns of Nimon" episodes of Doctor Who
Skor II - Star Wars universe
Sky's Edge - Alastair Reynolds's Chasm City
Skyron - "Science Fiction Sketch" in "You're No Fun Anymore" in Monty Python's Flying Circus television series, The First Series, Number Seven, 11-30-1969
Sladden - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phelbas, p. 63
Slowyear (Arctic Planet - Frederick Pohl's Stopping at Slowyear
Sluis Van (Sluis Sector) - Star Wars universe
Smarteel - Star Wars universe
Smitheus - Isaac Asimov's colelction Robots of Dawn
Smar - John Scalzi's The God Engines
Smoo - Mark Crilley's Akiko and the Planet Smoo
Smyrno - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Snake (5th Moon of Bear) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Socorro - Star Wars, West End Games's Star Wars: The Role-Playing Game adventure, "The Black Sands of Socorro"
Söderblom - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Soghrune - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, brief reference, p. 64
Sohrab (one of two moons of Rustum) - "My Own, My Native Land," a short story in Poul Anderson's New America
Sol Draconi Septem - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, brief reference p. 256
Solace - Roger MacBride Allen's The Ocean of Years
Solais V - "The Adversary," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 6-19-95.
Solaria - Isaac Asimov's The Naked Sun
Solaris - Stanislaw Lem's Solaris, Film, film Remake
Soleast - Star Wars universe
Solos - "The Mutants" episodes of Doctor Who
Sonjeera - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Sontar (a.k.a. Sontara) (homeworld of the Sontarans) - "The Time Warrior" episodes of Doctor Who
Sontara (a.k.a. Sontar) (homeworld of the Sontarans) - "The Time Warrior" episodes of Doctor Who
Sorbonne Prime - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters, p. 120
Sorpen - Iain M. Banks' Consider Phlebas
Soror – Pierre Boule's Planet of the Apes
Soros - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act
Sorrow - Wil McCarthy's Lost in Translation
South Pole Planet - "Birthday Month" episode of Axe Cop, first season
Space Earth - Futurama universe
Space Rome - Futurama universe
Spatterjay - Neal Asher's The Skinner & The Voyage of the Sable Keech
Spectra - UFO Report from the British Ministry of Defence BBC News Report
Spengo - Mom and Dad Save the Universe 1992 film
Speyr (terraformed world) - Iain M. Banks's Against a Dark Background
Sphereon One - "War is the H-Word," Futurama Volume 2, Episode 17
Sphinx (Manticore A IV) - David Weber's On Basilisk Station, Honorverse
Spica IV - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky
Spica VI - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
Spiridon (home planet of the Spiridons) - "Planet of the Daleks" episodes of Doctor Who
Splendid Wisdom - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe)
Springapatam - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, Majestrum trilogy
St. Albans - Firefly/Serenity universe
Stakoron II - "The Nagus," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 3-21-93
Starfall - Richard K. Morgan's Altered Carbon
Stark - Isaac Asimov's The Currents of Space
Starkad - Poul Anderson's Ensign Flandry
Starjj - Brian W. Aldiss's Bow Down to Nul
Steffani - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation, Foundation universe
Stellar III - Raymond F. Jones & Lester del Rey's Weeping May Tarry
Stittara - L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man
Stombos 4 - Futurama
Storage Planet - Invader Zim cartoon series
Strleb (orbiting Omega Sagitta) - “The Outrageous Okona,” Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 4, Season 2, 12-12-1988
Stramlu Realm - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Stratford-on-Avon IV - Mike Resnick's short story "Catastrophe Bakers and a Canticle for Liebowitz: in The New Space Opera 2
Stygia - Brian W. Aldiss' HARM (compare to Gazzali)
Styris IV - "Code of Honor," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 3, Season 1, 10-12-1987
Subterrel (underground colony) - Star Wars universe
Sulla - Poul Anderson's A World Named Cleopatra
Sullust - Star Wars universe
Sulyn - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Sunday - Mark Michialowski's Wetworld, Doctor Who universe
Sundown - Norman Spinrad's The Men in the Jungle, brief reference, p. 24
Superon - Ronald N. Bracewell's nonfiction The Galactic Club
Surim - “A Matter of Balance,” Space: 1999 Episode 16, Season 2, 12-9-1976
Svartheim - Thomas Harlan's novel House of Reeds, p. 55
Svartos - "Dragonfire" episodes of Doctor Who
Svivren - Star Wars universe
Svoboda – Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 77
Swamp Moon of Akdar (Desert Planet) - Robert Kroese's Starship Grifters'
Swift - Greg Egan's Diaspora, Pp. 259-272
Sy Myrth - Star Wars universe
Sykar - "Thank God It's Friday. Again," Farscape Episode 10106
Sylvania - C.J. Ryan's 'Glorious Treason
Sylvanna VIII - Norman Spinrad's 'The Solarians
Syndon IV - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Synnax - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe

T Edit

TP 105 (moon of Roaval) - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
T'Nane - Tricia Sullivan's Dreaming in Smoke
Ta (Mining Planet)- “The Space Pirates,” Doctor Who Season 6, Story Number 49, (6 episodes) 3-8-1969 to 4-12-1969
Taa - The Galactus Trilogy comic book
Taa II - The Galactus Trilogy comic book
Taanab - Star Wars universe
Taklamakan - The Silk Road, a short story in The Infinite Matrix, June 26, 2002
Talay - Star Wars universe
Tallon IV - Metroid Prime video game
Talorus - Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds video role playing game
Talos 4 (one of 11 planets in the Talos system) - "Menagerie (Part One)" and "Menagerie (Part Two)" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 16, Season 1, 11-17-1966
Talos - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy
Talravin - Star Wars universe
Talus (Corellian System) - Star Wars universe
Tammuz - Poul Anderson's Firetime
Tamerlaine - Mike Resnick's A Miracle of Rare Resign
Tampico - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 255
Tananius-Ofo Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Tandy One - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 127
Tandy Two - Brian Aldiss's Starswarm, p. 127
Tangea - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Tangaroa - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky
Tanis - Pandorum 2009 film
Tanith - David Brin's Uplift universe
Tanith - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Taoola - "Mortos Der Soulstealer" episode of Invader Zim cartoon series
Tantalus V (Prison Planet) - "Dagger of the Mind," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 11, Season 1, 11-3-1966
Tara - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Tara - "The Androids of Tara" episodes of Doctor Who
Tarantulon VI - "Three Hundred Big Boys," episode of Futurama, June 15, 2003
Taratwo - Zach Hughes's Closed System
Tarawana - "Landscapes," a short story in Kevin J. Anderson's collection Landscapes, brief reference
Tarazed - Andromeda television series
Tarbos - Anderson Gentry's The Crider Chronicles
Taris - Star Wars universe, Videogame "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic"
Tarn Vedra - Andromeda television series
Tarsalas - Scott Mackay's Phytosphere
Tarsus IV - "The Conscience of a King," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 13, Season 1, 12-8-1966
Tarvek 12 - "The Planet of the Living Clouds," a short story by Norman Hess, Aphelion, Issue 30, 1999
Tas (one of 7 moons of World and unknown to the aborigines an artifact or artificial moon) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
Tashita - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Tasir Var - Karen Traviss' Wess'har Wars universe
Taspir III - Star Wars Videogame "Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy"
Tatooine - Star Wars universe
Tattoo - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Tatyata - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Tau Ceti III - "Conspiracy," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 24, Season 1, 5-9-1988
Tau Ceti 3, a.k.a. Avalon - Larry Niven's Destiny's Road
Tau Ceti IV - George Zebrowski's Macrolife: A Mobile Utopia
Tau Ceti IV - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Tau Ceti IV - Poul Anderson's The Long Way Home, p. 200
Tau Ceti Center (a.k.a. TC squared) - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion
Tau Tramula - Babylon 5 universe
Tau Verde IV - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Taurus II - 'The Galileo Seven, episode 14 of Star Trek: The Original Series, 1-5-67.
Tay - Ian McDonald's "The Tear," a short story in Gardner Dozois' collection Galactic Empires
Tazenda - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Second Foundation
Tejaphey - Ian McDonald's "The Tear," a short story in Gardner Dozois' collection Galactic Empires
Telecore - R.M. Meluch's Strength and Honor
Tellantrum - John Brunner's Interstellar Empire, p. 221
Telos – “The Tomb of the Cybermen,” Doctor Who Season 5, Story Number 37, (4 episodes) 9-2-1967 to 9-23-1967
Telos - Star Wars Videogame "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords"
Telos - "The Tomb of the Cybermen" episodes of Doctor Who
Telthi - Star Wars universe
Temperance (Mining Planet - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, p. 164
Tendara Colony - Peter David's Blind Man's Bluff (Star Trek: New Frontiers)
Tenebra - Hal Clement's Close to Critical
Tenerife - Don D. Ammassa's Narcissus, p. 216
Tenusia Brian Herbert's The Race For God
Teppera - L.E. Modestt, Jr.'s The One-Eyed Man
Terra - Space Patrol universe
Terra 11 - Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone 1983 film
Terra 219 - Battle Planet 2008 film
Terra Alpha - "The Happiness Patrol" episodes of Doctor Who
Terra Nova – “Matter of Life and Death,” Space: 1999 Episode 2, Season 1, 11-27-1975
Terra Rica - M.R. Meluch's The Ninth Circle
Terradon - "Full Circle" episodes of Doctor Who
Terranova - Jack McDevitt's Polaris, p. 323
Terrina (Goal 97 Four) (terraformed planet) - Walter Jon Wlliams' Aristoi
Territa - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky
Terminal - James Gunn's novel Transcendental
Terminus - Isaac Asimov's The Foundation Trilogy
Tersurus - "The Deadly Assassin" and "The Curse of Fatal Death" episodes of Doctor Who
Tertia (Arctic Planet) - Poul Anderson's "Iron," a novella in Larry Niven's Man-Kzin Wars, Pp. 96-98
Tertius - Robert A. Heinlein's The Cat Who Walks Through Walls and Time Enough for Love
Tetragrammaton - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking, p. 133
Tetrapyriarbus (home planet of the Tetraps) - "Time and the Rani," a four part Doctor Who episode broadcast September 7-September 28, 1987
Texcoco (orbiting Rigel) - Mack Reynold's The Rival Rigellians
Tezwa - Keith R.A. Decandido's Star Trek: A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Thaf Beta IV - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Thalassa - Arthur C. Clarke's The Songs of Distant Earth
Tragona VII - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, brief reference
Thaleia - R.M. Meluch's The Sagitarius Command and Strength and Honor
Tranchion IV - A.E. Van Yogt and E. Mayne Hull's Planets for Sale, brief reference
Thargon - "Rescue Party," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's Reach for Tomorrow, brief mention
The Discoveries - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
The Fourth Part - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
The Thousand Dreams of Stellavista - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Thesalina - “Dorzak,” Space: 1999 Episode 21, Season 2, 8-25-1977
Thesus 5 - "Charlie X," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 8, Season 1, 9-15-1966
Theta 49Babylon 5 universe
Theta Cygni 12 - "Operation Annihilate!" Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 29, Season 1, 4-13-1967
Theta Kiokis II (alternative names Melcot and Melkot - "Spectre of the Gun," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 56, Season 3, 10-25-1968
Third Fury (moon of the Gas Giant Nasqueron) - Iain Banks's The Algebraist, p. 68
Thiopa - Howard Weinstein's Power Hungry (Star Trek: The Next Generation novel)
Third World of the Antarres System - e-Waste Delivery episode of Futurama, July 1, 2010
Thisspias - Star Wars universe
Thistlewaite - Michael F. Flynn's short story "On Rockety Thistlewaite" Analog January/February 2010
Thor (SF planet) - Poul Anderson's The Long Way Home
Thor (SF planet) - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy, brief reference
Thor (SF planet) (Epsilon Eridani) - L. Sprague de Camp's The Continent Makers
Thor V - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
Thorburg - John Barnes's A Million Open Doors
Thoros Alpha - "Mindwarp" episodes of Doctor Who
Thoros Beta (home planet of the Mentors - "Vengeance on Varos" episodes of Doctor Who
Thoth (Procyon III) - L. Sprague de Camp's The Continent Makers
Thoth IV - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Thra - The Dark Crystal
Thrais - Matthew Highes's Template
Thrax - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Codex, p. 265
Thraxas - Tabula Rasa video game
Three Hills (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Thrintun - Larry Niven's World of Ptavvs
Throne (a.k.a. Caelum) - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Thrymheim - John C. Wright's novel Count to a Trillion, p. 130
Thuban 9 - That Darn Katz episode of Futurama
Thugon - Cthulhu Mythos
Thule - Robert A. Heinlein's Tunnel in the Sky p. 33
Thule - "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," Star Wars universe video game
Thunderhouse - Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet
Thyferra (Polith System) - Star Wars "Rogue Squadron" video game
Thyoph - Cthulhu Mythos
Tibrin - Star Wars universe
Tiercel - T.J. Bass's Half Past Human
Tiermann's World - Paul Magrs's Sick Building, Doctor Who universe
Tierra - Ian MacDonald's River of Gods
Tigella - "Meglos" episodes of Doctor Who
Timdo - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis, set in Asimov's Foundation universe, p. 214
Tines' World - Vernor Vinge's A Fire Upon the Deep
Tintamarre - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Tir - "On the Rock," a short story in Colin Harvey's collection Displacement
Tireate (terrestrial world) - "On the Rock," a short story in Colin Harvey's collection Displacement
Tirten - "On the Rock," a short story in Colin Harvey's collection Displacement
Tirwan - "On the Rock," a short story in Colin Harvey's collection Displacement
Tirahnn (Tirahnn System) - Star Wars universe
Tithonus - "The Creature from the Pit" episodes of Doctor Who
Tl'ho (Gas Giant) - Larry Niven and Edward M. Lerner's novel Destroyer of Worlds, Ringworld universe
Tlaoli - L.A. Graf's Future Imperfect: Janus Gate Book Two a Star Trek: The Original Series novel
Tloona - David Brin's Uplift universe
Tnp - James McKimmey's "The Inspector," a short story in Joseph Elder's collection The Farthest Reaches
Tock - Matthew Hughes's The Other, brief reference
Tolive - F. Paul Wilson's Enemy of the State
Tollana - “Enigma,” Stargate SG-1 Season 1, “Shades of Grey,” Stargate SG-1 Season 3
Tolnep (home world of the Tolneps) - L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth
Tom (moon), a.k.a. New Deimos - Robert A. Heinlein & Spider Robinson's Variable Star
Tomogren - Michael Schuster and Steve Mollman's novel A Choice of Catastrophes, Star Trek: The Original Series universe
Toog - Mark Crilley's Akiko and the Journey to Toog
Toola - Star Wars uniberse
Toop (home planet of the Quevvils and Mantodeans - Doctor Who novel Winner Takes All
Tophet - Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles 1999 Animated Television Series
Toprawa - Star Wars universe
Toranira - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Torch - David Weber's Torch of Freedom, Honorverseuniverse
Torgen (middle size moon of Jijo) - David Brin's Infinity's Shore, Uplift universe
Toris - Sylvia Louise Engdahl's 'The Far Side of Evil
Toussaint - Margaret Ball's Disappearing Act, p. 183
Toussaint - Nalo Hopkinson's Midnight Robber
Toxicon - Jack McDevitt's Polaris
Toydaria - Star Wars universe
Trade World - Buzz Lightyear of Star Command animated television series
Trajeen - Neal Asher's Prador Moon: a Book of the Polity
Traken (Metulla Orionsis system) (Pacifist Planet) - "The Keeper of Traken" and "Logopolis" episodes of Doctor Who
Tralfamadore - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s SlaughterHouse Five (1969)
Traltha (Tralthan home planet) - James White's Hospital Station, p. 190
Tralus (Corellian System) - Star Wars universe
Tran - Jerry Pournelle's Janissaries
Trandosha - Star Wars universe
Tranquela - Doctor Who universe, missing episodes
Tranquille (orbits star KM 849) - Robert A. Heinlein's Time Enough for Love
Trantor - Isaac Asimov's The Foundation Trilogy
Trantor Beta - "A Walk in the Dark," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's Reach for Tomorrow, brief mention
Treetrunk, a.k.a. Argus V - Alan Dean Foster's Dirge
Tregatour - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Trencher - John Clute's Appleseed
Trewsworld - Andre Norton's Plague Ship, brief mention
Triacus - "And the Children Shall Lead," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 60, Season 3, 10-11-1968
Trion - "Planet of Fire" episodes of Doctor Who
Triskele - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Triskelion - "The Gamesters of Triskelion," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 46, Season 2, 1-5-1968.
Trisol (located in the Forbidden Zone, in the Galaxy of Terror) - "My Three Suns," Futurama Volume 1, Episode 7
Triton (a.k.a. Robinson D) - James Lovegrove's World of Fire
Triton 4 (Mining Planet) - Screamers 1995 film
Triumph (moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Triumvirate - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse
Trivsdal - Timothy Zahn's The Third Linx
Troas - Isaac Asimnov's short story "Sucker Bait"
Troas - Poul Andersom's short story "Question and Answer"
Trontephori - Iain M. Banks' Against a Dark Background
Troyius - "Elaan of Troyius," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 57, Season 3, 12-20-1968
Trullion (Ocean Planet) - Jack Vance’s Trullion: Alastor 2262
Tschai – Jack Vance’s City of the Chasch; Servants of the Wankh; The Dirdir; The Pnume
Tsingtao-Hsishuang - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion
Tulamaine IV or Tulamane IV (orbiting the star Trixel) - Alien Trespass 2009 film
Tubman B12 - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova
Tukaloose - Evan Mandery's First Contact: Or, Its Later Than You Think. p. 17
Tunkaree - Matthew Hughes's The Spiral Labyrinthe, p. 35, Majestrum trilogy
Tupile - Dune universe
Turku - Charles Stross's Singularity Sky, brief reference
Tutmose II - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Tuuqalia - Alan Dean Foster's The Light Year's Beneath My Feet
Tweenis 12 - Futurama
Twenty-First Earth (Eta Carina XCIX) - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Tymbrim - David Brin's Uplift universe
Tynga - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series, Seeds of Earth, p. 567
Tyranaël a.k.a. Virginia - Elizabeth Vonarburg's A Game of Perfection
Tyrann - Isaac Asimov's The Stars Like Dust
Tyranna - "Prisoners of Tyranna" & "Invasion from Tyranna," radio episodes of Space Patrol, September 18, 1954 & September 25, 1954
Tyron - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Tythonus - Doctor Who universe

U Edit

U.V.6. - The Chronicles of Riddick 2004 Film
Ueter - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Udaspri (ringed planet, probable Gas Giant) - John Scalzi's Old Man's War, brief reference p. 186
Uerkle (moon of Nasqueron) - Iain M. Banks's The Algebraist, p. 307
Uiqid - Zheng Wenguang's short story: "The Mirror Image of Earth"
Ukko (Gas Giant) - James L. Cambias's novel A Darkling Sea
Ullamon (a.k.a. The Pit) - Matthew Hughes's The Other
Uller - Judith Merril's novella Daughters of Earth
Ulster (Celtic Planet) - L.E. Modesitt's The Eternity Artifact, p. 10
Ultima Thule – “Death’s other Dominion,” Space: 1999 Episode 14, Season 1, 10-2-1975
Ultima Thule - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
UltronMy Hero BBC Television Series
Ulysses - John C. Wright's short story "The Far End of History" in The New Space Opera 2'
Umayma - Kameron Hurley's God's War
Umbara - Star Wars universe
Umber - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Umeh - Karen Traviss's Wess'har Wars series
Ummo - religious cult/sect
Umoth VIII (pronounced "yew-muth") - "The Maquis, Part II," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Episode 21, Season 2, 5-1-1994
Unan Besar - Poul Anderson's short story "The Plague of Masters" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra.
Unarius - Unarius (UFO Religion)
Unity - Mike Moscoe's The Price of Peace
Uno * Sol Bianca - Sol Bianca anime
Urbanka - Doctor Who universe
Ur - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum
Uraill (formerly Zara III, home planet of the Urai) - John Scalzi's Fuzzy Nation, pp. 46-48
Urbanka (Inokshi system) - "Four to Doomsday" episodes of Doctor Who
Urchachka (Urrish home world) - David Brin's Infinity's Shore
Urkupp - Star Wars universe
Urras - Ursulla K. LeGuin's The Dispossessed
Usurius (home planet of the Usurians) - "The Sunmakers" episodes of Doctor Who
Utapau - Star Wars universe, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Utopia - James Blish's Earthman Come Home, Pp. 248-252, Cities in Flight universe
Utopia - J. T. McIntosh's A Planet Called Utopia
Uxarieus – “Colony in Space,” Doctor Who Season 8, Story Number 58, (6 episodes) 4-10-1971 to 5-15-1071

V Edit

V'Harant (Gas Giant) - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series, Seeds of Fire
Vaathkree (one of the home planets of the Hutts) - Star Wars universe
Vacationaria - John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale, p. 27
Vacca IV - "Homeward," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 13, Season 7, 1-17-94
Vada - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire and The Killing of Worlds
Vadris III - "Q-Less," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Episode 6, Season 1, 2-17-93
Vagra II - "Skin of Evil," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 22, Season 1, 4-25-1988
Vainamoinen - Thomas Harlan's House of Reeds
Valakis - "Dear Doctor," Star Trek: Enterprise, Episode 12, Season 1, 1-23-02
Valencia - Don D'Ammassa's Narcissus
Valencia - Guy Immega's short story "Super-Mother Earth" in David Conyers et al., eds.s collection Extreme Planets
Valhalla (Gas Giant) - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Valvida - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 185
Valya (orbits the star Elena) - Poul Anderson's Mirkheim
Vampire Planet - "State of Decay" episodes of Doctor Who
Van de Kamp (Gas Giant) - Wil McCarthy's Lost in Translation
Van Maanan's - C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck
Vanaheim (Gas Giant) - Colin Harvey's Winter Song
Vandor - “Death-Watch,” Blake’s 7 Episode C12, 3-24-1980
Vandor IX (rocky planetoid in the unusual description of star system Vandor star system) - "We'll Always Have Paris," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 23, Season 1, 5-2-1988
Vandos - Doctor Who comic strip Mr. Nobody
Vargon III - "A Walk in the Dark," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's collection Reach for Tomorrow, brief mention
Varl (one of the home planets of the Huttts) - Star Wars universe
Varonat - Star Wars universe
Varos - "Vengeance on Varos" episodes of Doctor Who
Varrack - Poul Anderson's short story "The Warriors from Nowhere" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: Last Knight of Terra
Vassal (moon) - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Vasthold - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire and The Killing of Worlds
Veerstu - Timothy Zahn's The Third Lynx
Vega - Lloyd Biggle Jr.'s The Rule of the Door
Vega – “One Moment of Humanity,” Space 1999 Episode 3, Season 2, 9-25-1976
Vega - "That Share of Glory," a short story by C.M. Kornbluth, Astounding, 1952
Vega Prime - James C.G. Shirk's short story "Siren's Call" Raygun Revival July 8, 2011
Vega II - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
Vega II - Hal Clement's Cycle of Fire, brief reference
Vega III - Charles Huntington's Nightmare on Vega 3
Vega III - "Invasion Report," a short story in Theodore R. Cogswell's collection The Well Around the World
Vega IV - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
Vega 4 - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Vega IV (Paramecium home planet) - Futurama
Vega 9 - "Mirror, Mirror," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 39, Season 2, 10-6-1967.
Vega Four - Edmond Hamilton's Battle for the Stars
Vega Prime - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
Vekta - Killzone video game
Velada Borthan - Robert Silverberg's A Time for Change
Valedon - Joan Slonczewski's Brain Plague - An Elysium Cycle Novel
Velaines - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star
Velara III (terraforming station) - "Home Soil," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 17, Season 1, 2-22-1988
Velat Nol (R-836-II, Bejoran colony) - David R. George III's Star Trek: The Original Series novel Allegiance in Exile, p. 318
Velda a.k.a. Veldq - Charles V. De Vet's Second Game
Velgarth - Mercedes Lackey's Valdeman universe
Velliran - Robert Silverberg's Planet of Death
Velmor - Star Wars universe
Velusia (Ocean Planet) - Star Wars universe
Velvet - Maya Kathyrn Bohnhoff's short story "Simple Gifts" Analog January/February 2010, brief reference
Vendaxa - Star Wars universe
Vera Rubin's World - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 34
Verbena - Firefly/Serenity universe
Verde - Elizabeth A. Lynn's A Different Light
Vendikar a.k.a. Eminiar III - A Taste of Armageddon Star Trek: The Original Series
Veneria (Swamp Planet) - Harry Harrison's Bill, The Galactic Hero;;;
Ventax II - "Devils Due," Star Trek: The Next Generation, season 4, episode 13, 2-4-91
Verkerk's World - Eric Brown's Bengal Station
Veridani - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire, p. 75
Vervain - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Vesbius - Tony Daniel's Devil's Bargain, a Star Trek: The Original Series novel
Vexvelt - Theodore Sturgeon's Case of the Dreamer and the short story "If All Men Were Brothers, Would You let One Marry Your Sister?" in Harlan Ellison's 1975 collection Dangerous Visions
Vhrugy - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, p. 368
Viccai - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel, p. 297
Vielinger - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Vijun a.k.a. Vjun and Vjjun - Star Wars universe
Viltvodle IV - The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
Vincetori - Donald Kinsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe), brief reference, p. 112
Vintan - Natural City 2003 film
Vio - Iain M. Banks's Against a Dark Background
Virgil - Richard Paul Russo's Inner Eclipse, brief mention p. 70
Virginia a.k.a. Tyranaël - Elisabeth Vonarburg's Dreams of the Sea, A Game of Perfection
Virgon 6 - "Love's Labours Lost in Space," Futurama, 4-13-1999
Virtue - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Virtue in the Valley - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series, Seeds of Fire, p. 335
Vishnu (Tau Ceti III) - L. Sprague de Camp's collection The Continent Makers
Vista Linda (Mining Planet) - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon, p. 38
Vistula - "Planet of the Slave Girls," Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 1979 television series
Vita 15 - Doctor Who universe
Vixen a.k.a. Cerulia 4- Poul Anderson's Agent of Terran Empire: Ensign Flandry, We Claim These Stars, pp. 19-21
Vjun a.k.a. Vijun and Vjjun - Star Wars universe
Vjjun a.k.a. Vjun and Vijun - Star Wars universe
Vlhan - Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries From The Dead, p. 39
Voga - Doctor Who universe
Voltaire - L.E. Modesiit Jr.'s The Elysium Commission
Vonok (Brolturan world) - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Vontor - Star Wars universe
Vor - Poul Anderson's short story "The Warriors From Nowhere," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Vorash (Tok’ra home world) - “Exodus,” Stargate SG-1 Season 4 and “Enemies,” Stargate SG-1 Season 5
Voreg - Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, Foundation universe
Vortis – “The Web Planet,” Doctor Who Season 2, Story Number 13, 2-13-1965
Vorpis - Samuel R. Delaney's Nova
Vort - Invader Zim cartoon series
Vox Romanus - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Codex, p. 351
Vulcan - Chris Bunch & Allan Cole's Sten
Vulcan a.k.a. 40 Eridani 4 - Diane Duane's Spock's World (Star Trek Novel), Pp. 54-57
Vulcan - “The Power of the Daleks,” Doctor Who Season 4, Story Number 30, 11-5-1966 through 12-10-1966
Vwanchin - John Scalzi's The Android's Sheep, brief reference, p. 217
Vytr - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe

W Edit

W-Planet - Jiang Yunsheng's short story "Boundless Love"
Waitrose Two - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, brief reference, p. 195
Walden - James Patrick Kelly's Burn
Wallach-Eli - Ellis Weiner's National Lampoon's Doon
Wardhaven - Mike Moscoe's The Price of Peace
Warhead (former Kzin name for Canyon) - Larry Niven's The Ringworld Engineers
Warlock - Andre Norton's Ordeal in Otherwhere and Storm Over Warlock
Warmok - "The Watchmen of Warmok" radio episode of Space Patrol, November 6, 1954
Warworld 3663Ω - Adam Christopher's novel Cold War
Waterhole - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, brief reference p. 180
Wayland (Psadan home world) - Star Wars universe; Timothy Zahn's Heir to the Empire
Waystonn (moon) - John Barnes's short story "The Lost Princess Man" in The New Space Opera 2
We Made It - Larry Niven's Protector brief reference, and "Neutron Star," "At the Core," "Flatlander," "The Ethics of Madness," and "The Handicapped," short stories in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Weald Three - Murray Leinster's novel This World is Taboo fill text
Wega - Isaac Asimov's Foundation, Foundation universe
Wehtahn - Star Trek Universe
Werel - Ursula K. LeGuin's Planet of Exile
Wess'ej - Karen Traviss's City of Pearl; Crossing the Line
Wezen - James Strong's Flight to the Stars
Wheel - John Jakes's Tonight We Steal the Stars
Westerix IV - Harry Harrison's short story "The Pliable Animal" in his collection 50 in 50
Whileaway - Joanna Russ's The Female Man
Whitefall - Firefly/Serenity universe
Whittier (planet or moon) - Firefly/Serenity universe
Wikonur - L.E. Modesitt's The Ethos Efect
Willow-Wane - Alan Dean Foster's Humanax Commonwealth universe.
Windsor-in-Exile - Dan Simmons’s Hyperion, p. 275
Wildenwooly - "A Few Miles" and "Prometheus," short stories in Philip Jose Farmer's Down in the Black Gang.
Wilson - Anderson Gentry's A Sky of Diamonds
Wilson (Ocean Planet)- John Barnes's A Million Open Doors universe
Winter a.k.a. Gethen Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness
Winter's Eye - Richard Paul Russo's The Rosetta Codex, p. 307
Wirtanen B - Jay Lake's short story "To Raise a Mutiny Betwixt Ourselves" in The New Space Opera 2
Wizard - - Andre Norton's Storm Over Warlock
Woden - Poul Anderson's Satan's World
Wodenhammer - John Morressy's Frostworld and Dreamfire
Wolf (47 Ursae Majoris 4, a Gas Giant) - Allen Steele's Coyote Rising
Wolf - Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Door Through Space
Wolfgang's World - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Warlords, p. 133
Woman Wept - "Boom Town" episodes of Doctor Who
Woolamurra - Robert A. Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy
World - Nancy Kress's Probability Moon
World 41 - Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Word For World Is Forest," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 30-108
World 88 (a.k.a. Prestno) - Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Word For World Is Forest," a short story in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison, Pp. 30-108
World X - M. John Harrison's Empty Space: A Haunting, p. 79
Wormulon (Slurm production planet) - Futurama
Wotex - Isaac Asimov's The Currents of Space
Wunderland - Larry Niven's Protector brief reference, and "Neutron Star," "A Relic of the Empire," "Flatlander," "The Ethics of Madness," and "Grendel" short stories in Larry Niven's Neutron Star
Wunderwelt - Norman Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale

X Edit

X'xx-x (Sanitek) - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
X-13 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
X-23 - "The Last Question," a short story in Isaac Asimov's collection Nine Tomorrows
X-351 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Xacryn (homeworld of the Xacryns and Vards) - Joseph Millard's The Gods Hate Kansas
Xagobah (Sluis Sector) - Star Wars universe
Xanadu - Mack Reynolds' Planetary Agent X
Xanadu - Poul Anderson's For Love and Glory
Xanthos - Zach Hughes's Closed System
Xantil Major – “A Walk in the Dark,” a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's collection Reach for Tomorrow, brief mention
Xecho - Andre Norton's Plague Ship, brief mention
Xenex - Peter David's Blind Man's Bluff (Star Trek: New Frontiers)
Xeriphas (home planet of the Xeraphin) - "Time-Flight" episodes of Doctor Who
Xeros - “The Space Museum,” Doctor Who Season 2, Story Number 15, 5-1-1965
Xerxes (moon) - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy
Xerxes - Craig DiLouie's The Great Planet Robbery
Xerxes - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Xi Ceta - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Xia the Centermost - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum, p. 267
Xichlotl (sister planet to Shaggai) - Cthulhu Mythos
Xifor - James Gunn's Transcendental
Xilmuch, a.k.a. "Planet IV of Altair" - Miriam Allen Deford and Anthony Boucher's "Mary Celestial," a short story in Bill Pronzoni and Barry N. Malzberg's collection Shared Tomorrow
Xilobrax - James Blish's short story "This Earth of Hours" in Fantasy and Science Fiction June 1959
Xindo Council Planet - "The Xindi," Star Trek: Enterprise Season 3, Episode 1, 9-10-2003
Xindus - (original home world of the Xindi)
Xipotetec - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Xlephier Prime - Iain M. Banks's Excession
Xochitl - H. Beam Piper's Space Viking
Xodo - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole universe
Xown - Iain M. Banks's The Hydrogen Sonata

Y Edit

Yadera Prime - "Shadowplay," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 2, Episode 16, 2-20-1994
Yag'Dhul - Star Wars universe
Yaga Minor - Star Wars universe
Yalerta - John C. Wright's Null-A Continuum, p. 52
Yalosia - "Improbable Cause," a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 3, Episode 20, 4-24-1995
Yandro - Timothy Zahn's Night Train to Rigel
Yavin (Gas Giant) - Star Wars universe
Yavin 4 (Terrestrial Moon of Yavin) - Star Wars universe, "Star Wars: A New Hope"
Yavin 8 (Terrestrial Moon of Yavin) - Star Wars universe
Yavin 13 (Terrestrial Moon of Yavin) - Star Wars universe
Yazoo Twelve - Keith Laumer's Retief and the Pangalactic Pageant of Pulchritude, brief reference, p. 70
Yelika - "The Homecoming," a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 2, Episode 1, 9-26-1993
Yellowstone (Epsilon Eridani) - Alastair Reynold's Revelation Space universe
Yeowe - Ursula K. LeGuin's Four Ways to Foregiveness
Yaddith - Cthulhu Mythos
Yiktor - Andre Norton's Moon of Three Rings
Yinchorr - Star Wars universe
Yirkalla - Richard A. Lupoff's Space War Blues
Ylla - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Ylyd - S.L. Viehl's Afterburn
Ymir - Poul Anderson's short story "Hunters of the Sky Cave" in the collection Sir Dominic Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Ymir - John Brunner's The World Swappers
Ymir - Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper's Building Harlequin's Moon
Yndyeri Duvo - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Yndyeri Tetro - Michael Cobley's Humanity's Fire series
Yoi - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer, brief reference
Yonada - Carmen Carter's The Children of Hamlin, Star Trek: The Next Generation novel, p. 92
Yr Wyddfa - Bruce Balfour's The Forge of Mars
Yrnameer - Michael Rubens' The Sheriff of Yrnameer
Yravo - Scott Mackay's Phytosphere, p. 173
York 5 - Peter F. Hamilton's Pandora's Star, p. 127
Yud - Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen's Heaven (SF novel), brief reference, p. 223
Yugopotamia - The Fairly Odd Parents television series
Yurakosi - Richard A. Lupoff's Space War Blues

Z Edit

Z-12 - Calvin and Hobbes's Spaceman Spiff
Z'Ha'Dum - Babylon 5 universe
Zalda, a.k.a. Dolium V - Star Trek universe
Zalkon - Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 25, Season 3, 6-4-90
Zaloris (Desert Planet) - Star Wars universe
Zamper (home planet of the Zamps) - Doctor Who universe
Zanak – “The Pirate Planet,” Doctor Who universe
Zara - Poul Anderson's World Without Stars, brief reference
Zarathustra - H. Beam Piper's Little Fuzzy
Zardon - "Emergency Rations," a short story in Theodore R. Cogswell's collection The Well Around the World
Zark - Calvin and Hobbes's Spaceman Spiff
Zarkdorn - Star Trek universe
Zartok-3 - Calvin and Hobbes's Spaceman Spiff
Zartron-9 - Calvin and Hobbes's Spaceman Spiff
Zayin - Laurence James's Backflash
Zede II - Zach Hughes's Closed System
Zeltros - Star Wars universe
Zeltoldimar - Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions
Zemlya (Arctic Planet) - Charles Stross' Glasshouse
Zenerre - Iain Banks's The Algebraist, p. 65
Zenk 12 - Raymond F. Jones & Lester del Rey's Weeping May Tarry
Zenno – “Missing Link,” Space: 1999 Episode 2, Season 1, 1-22-1976
Zeon - Isaac Asimov's Foundation universe
Zeon - "Patterns of Force," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 52, Season 2, 11-16-1968
Zeos - "The Armageddon Factor" episodes of Doctor Who
Zeta-4 - John M. Whalen "This Raygun For Hire: Forever Eden," Raygun Revival, Issue 55, December 2009
Zeta Fornacis VI - Christopher L. Bennett's novel Tower of Babel, a Star Trek Enterprise novel
Zeta Minor - "Planet of Evil" episodes of Doctor Who
Zeta Tucanae - Charles E. Gannon's Fire With Fire
Zetar - "The Lights of Zetar," Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode 73, Season 3, 1-31-69
Zetox (home planet of the character the Great Gazoo) – The Flintstones Season 6 (the Great Gazoo appears in 7 episodes)
Zhar (Cadavine Sector) - Star Wars universe
Zhong Guo - John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale', Old Man's War universe
Zhu Rong (MX-37b) (Mining Planet) - Violet Addison and David Smith's short story "The Flight of the Salamander" in David Conyers et al.'s collection Extreme Planets
Zia di Notte - Justina Robson's Natural History
Zibalia Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 22, Season 3, 5-7-1990
Zinkiwu - Rob Reid's novel Year Zero, p. 160
Zinn's World - Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda
Ziost - Star Wars universe
ZK-5 - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Zoave Twilight - Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga
Zoe - M.R. Meluch's The Ninth Circle
Zog- Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Zok - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Zokk - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Zolan - Star Wars universe
Zolfa Thura - "Meglos" episodes of Doctor Who
Zolotoy (urban planet) - Poul Anderson's "The High Ones," a short story in The Horn of Time
Zonama Sekot - Star Wars universe
Zonda - "Shadow", Blake's Seven Episode B2
Zondervan - Robert Kroese's novel Starship Grifters
Zoob - Keith Laumer's The Return of Retief, brief reference, p. 99
Zoranel - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation
Zoria III (Dennitza) - Poul Anderson's short story "A Knight of Ghosts and Shadows," in the collection Sir Dominick Flandry: The Last Knight of Terra
Zorg - Calvin and Hobbes' Spaceman Spiff planet
Zørkan 5 - Rob Reid's novel Year Zero, p. 12
Zoroaster - C.J. Cherryh's The Faded Sun Trilogy, p. 261
Zorthia (hypothetical planet) - Jeff Goodell's nonfiction How to Cool the Planet
Zubrin 5 - Futurama, brief reference
Zula - The Zula Patrol television series
Zule - Norman Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale, p. 83
Zurnl I (tidally locked) - Donald Kingsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe), p. 268
Zurnl II (terrestrial) - Donald Kingsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe), pp. 54-56, 268, 273
Zurnl II (Gas Giant- Donald Kingsbury's Psychohistorical Crisis (set in Asimov's Foundation universe), p. 268
Zygor (home planet of the Zygons) - "The Bodysnatchers" episodes of Doctor Who
Zyse - Iain M. Banks's The Hydrogen Sonata

Unknown and Unnamed Planets and MoonsEdit

  • Unnmamed planet in Quadrant 904 in "The Squire of Gothos," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 18, Season 1, 1-12-1967
  • Unnamed home planet of the "Clokes" (orbiting Perseus Benthus 41X1900X12) in R.M. Meluch's novel The Ninth Circle
  • Unnamed home planet of the alien Consu in John Scalzi's Old Man's War
  • Unnamed home planet of the Furs in Nancy Kress's Crossfire
  • Unnamed home planet of the Hwarhath and Red Folk in Eleanor Arnason's Ring of Swords
  • Unnamed home planet of the Overlords in Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End
  • Unnamed home planet of the Vines in Nancy Kress's Crossfire
  • Unnamed (Iron Mass colony) mining planet orbiting a pulsar in Chris Roberson's Further: Beyond the Threshold
  • Unnamed planet that is the setting for "A Walk in the Dark," a short story in Arthur C. Clarke's Reach for Tomorrow
  • Unnamed planet in "That Which Survives," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 69, Season 3, 10-24-1969
  • Unnamed planet in "Shore Leave," Star Trek: The Original Series Episode 17, Season 1, 12-29-1966
  • Unnamed planet that is the location of the Earth Colony in the Omicron Theta star system in "Datalore," Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 12, Season 1, 1-18-1988
  • Unnamed gas giant in David Brin's Startide Rising Uplift Series, p. 446
  • Unnamed Vorlon home planet
  • Unnamed planet - Pitch Black 2000 Film
  • Unnamed planet orbiting mu Arae in Peter D. Ward's 2005 popular science book Life As We Do Not Know It. p. 238.
  • Unnamed planet in the Proscean Could in Robert Kroese's novel Starship Grifters

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ReferencesEdit

  • Daniel Wallace and Scott Kolins. 1998. The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons (Star Wars). ISBN 0345420683.
  • The October 2008 Science Non-Fiction Blog from Discover magazine makes the same observations made here about swapy Venus and arid Mars.

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