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Anfran necklace

An Anfran love stone

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The Icarus approaches Alpha Omega III in 2256.

  • Abba III: Abbai colony world, also known as Tavita. The colony was attacked by the Dilgar in 2230.[1]
  • Anfran: Site of a well know archaeological dig. Morden once visited the planet and obtained an Anfran love stone, on which he wrote a paper for the Archaeology Quarterly publication.[4]
  • Alzeral: Vree colony located in a star system near to their own home system.[1]
  • Androma: Homeworld of the Hurr, former members of the League and later members of the ISA.[1]

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Beta Durani VII

Hand Servitor Vessels over Beta Durani VII in 2265.

  • Beta 7: Location of an Earth Alliance colony and prison. John Clemens operated the prison system during the Earth Alliance Civil War, in which it is assumed that he was responsible for the murder and torture of Clark regime dissidents.[12] One of the colony's former chief of security was compared to Zack Allan by Trace, a small time gangster and former resident on the Beta VII colony. Trace took credit for consecutively assassinating at least two of the colony's security chiefs.[13]
  • Brensil IV: The fourth planet of the Brensil System. Little more than a barren rock, Brensil IV was home to a number of mining colonies and small settlements. By 2258, the mine had closed and those with ships had left, leaving what remained on the verge of total abandonment.[17]
  • Bricarn IX: A border world at the edge of Centauri space. In 2274 Bricarn IX was one of several defenceless but strategically valuable planets attacked by the Centauri Republic as part of a campaign of increased belligerence towards the Interstellar Alliance.[18]

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Centauri Prime

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Ceti IV in 2267.

  • Centauri Beta I: Colony world of the Centauri Republic. One of the Republics centres of tourism and is open to many of the other races.[1]
  • Cygnus IV: A relatively unappealing planet and the location of a factory and power plant, privately owned by a particularly eccentric human. In the mid-2260s and unknown ship crashed on Cygnus IV. Lou Welch while working security at a nearby power plant investigated the wreck and discovered a piece of technology he would later call his "invisibility cloak".[23][24]

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  • Deruzala: Vree colony located in a their home system.
  • Dorak VII: Location of a small Shadow base located only 10 light-minutes from one of the Shadows' main staging areas. On January 23, 2261, the base was destroyed by five ships from the Army of Light lead by White Star 14. The attack was a cover to allow the Shadows to capture or destroy White Star 14 and obtain false intelligence that would ultimately draw them into the Battle of Coriana VI.[32]
  • Drathun II: Location of a Drazi colony.[1]
  • Drathun IV: Location of a Drazi colony.[1]

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Planet Earth orbit

Earth.

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Enphili Homeworld

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Epsilon III

FEdit

  • Fensalir: UTC43-02C, a Class 4 Planet. In January 2259 Catherine Sakai surveyed the world for Universal Terraform looking for Quantium 40. Although the initial robotic probe detected signs of with diridium gas in the atmosphere (a possible indication of Q-40) Sakai's geological survey showed the planet was an "FGP" (Fool's Gold Planet) containing no significant quantities of Quantium 40, despite looking promising in an initial scan.[8]

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Ganymede

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  • Harper's World: A border world at the edge of Centauri space. In 2274 Harper's World was one of several defenceless but strategically valuable planets attacked by the Centauri Republic as part of a campaign of increased belligerence towards the Interstellar Alliance.[18]
  • Heptharg III: Location of a Drazi colony.[1]
  • Herig III: A planet once visited by Alfred Bester. Notable for it's heavy sulphurous clouds that are poisonous to Humans.[22]

IEdit

  • Immolan V: Colony world of the Centauri Republic. One of the Republics centres of tourism and is open to many of the other races. Of particular note is the colony's temple to Gon, widely recognized as the most beautiful building ever constructed by a sentient race, and each year draws both pilgrims and tourists in their millions.[1]

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Jupiter

Jupiter

  • Janos VII: Site of a notorious conflict in which Richard Franklin once served. His conduct earned him the moniker "Scourge of Janos VII". Grylors are native to this planet.[40]

KEdit

  • Kalevala: Discovered by the Earth Alliance in the late 22nd/early 21st century, it is said to have constant lightning storms in the upper atmosphere, causing the wind on the ground to always have the smell of a thunderstorm.[9]
  • Kazomi VII: Kazomi VII was a colony in Sector 498.[26] During the Vorlon offensive in 2261, Kazomi VII was one of several colonies to take on survivors and refugees from the planets that had been destroyed by the Vorlon planetkiller.
  • Kitab III: Site of a Yolu colony, located in a system neighbouring the Yolu home system.[1]

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  • Latig IV: Latig IV was used as a scientific experiment by Deathwalker (she used Stafford's Plague to see how long it would take for the population to become infected)[10]

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Mars

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Minbar

  • Mars: Fourth Planet in the Sol system, location of the oldest and largest human colony outside of Earth.
  • Mipas: Homeworld of the Mipasians. Originally located just outside of the Freehold, the planet fell under the jurisdiction of the Drazi Freehold shortly after the Drazi discovered valuable mineral deposits and reconfigured their borders to incorporate Mipas.[45] In 2274 Mipas was one of several defenceless but strategically valuable planets attacked by the Centauri Republic as part of a campaign of increased belligerence towards the Interstellar Alliance.[18]
  • Morbis: An independent Centauri colony on the border of the Republic. In the mid-to-late 2260s, Morbis was one of half a dozen or so outlying worlds taken over by the Prime Candidates as part of Minister Durla's covert military build-up and used as the site for a secret munitions plant disguised as an educational facility.[47] In January 2271, Morbis was one of the first targets to be bombed by the Centauri resistance movement under the direction of Ambassador Cotto.[48]

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Narn Homeworld

  • Nefua: An independent Centauri colony on the border of the Republic. In the mid-to-late 2260s, Nefua was one of half a dozen or so outlying worlds taken over by the Prime Candidates as part of Minister Durla's covert military build-up and used as the site for a secret weapons development centre disguised as a health facility.[47] In January 2271, Nefua was one of the first targets to be bombed by the Centauri resistance movement under the direction of Ambassador Cotto.[48]
  • Nemus: Yolu colony world located in their home system.[1]

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Praxis

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Praxis IX

  • Praxis: A gas giant with at least nine natural satellites, including the colonised Praxis IX.[46]
  • Praxis IX: Praxis IX was the site of a commercial planetary colony well outside Alliance jurisdiction.[46]

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Ragesh III, 2258.

Ralga

Ralga.

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Regula IV, 2267.

  • Ragesh III: Disputed planet on the border of Narn and Centauri space.

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Markab homeworld

Septis - Markab Homeworld, 2260.

  • Shambah III: Location of a Drazi colony. The primary food production centre for the Drazi Freehold, Shambah III has been extensively terraformed for land and sea farming.[1]
  • Shandukan: A border world at the edge of Centauri space. In 2274 it was one of several defenceless but strategically valuable planets attacked by the Centauri Republic as part of a campaign of increased belligerence towards the Interstellar Alliance.[18]
  • Sigma 957: One of the places agroup of first ones were known to frequent.
  • Sirius IX: A small Earth Alliance colony world with little to offer visitors, until the Neural Archives were built in 2540. Marcus Cole visited the world in 2259 and again in 2560, following almost 300 years in cryosleep.[21]
  • Stabota V: Stabota V was a distant, remote planet. Nothing was there but a Drazi nudist colony and a small communications relay, of which sophisticated technology was in use.[17]

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Theta 49, 2267

  • Tarkon III: Planet visited by the Excalibur in 2267. A survey of the planet showed no survivors.[46]
  • Tau Ceti IV: Tau Ceti IV was the site of the Earth Alliance's newest colony following the Earth-Minbari War. Established in 2249 on the borders of Narn and Centauri space, the colony serve as a trade centre between the Alliance and those races. Consisting of only a single domed city and a couple of research outposts, it is a rough environment and was still considered a frontier world as late as 2261.[1]
  • Tizino Prime: Location of a colony in Sector 498.[26] During the Vorlon offensive in 2261, Tizino Prime was one of several colonies to take on survivors and refugees from the planets that had been destroyed by the Vorlon planetkiller.

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Vorlon fleet closes on Ventauri III in 2261.

Vorlon homeworld

Vorlon Homeworld.

  • Vartas: Homeworld of the Llort.
  • Vermini VII: Planet on the border of Drazi and Brakiri space. In September 2262 a brief skirmish broke out over a visit by some Brakiri pilots to a primarily Drazi brothel, upsetting the Drazi pilots due to some taboo about touching Brakiri.[57]
  • Viscus IV: Planet that suffered a drought at some point prior to 2258. The techno-mage Kell provided assistance in feeding the many victims of that cataclysm, a feat that was lauded by his fellow techno-mages as being among the greatest achievements in his long life.[58]
  • Vreetan: The homeworld of the Vree race; also known as Ventuki and Wyt.[1][2]

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ZEdit

Zagros VII

The White Star at Zagros VII

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Zhabar - Drazi Homeworld, 2262.

  • Zafran VII: Prior to the convocation of 2258, the techno-mage Kell made his home on Zafran VII, and became an advisor to the Shan of Zafran VII.[17] In 2261, a salvage merchant called Isaac claimed to have found an abandoned Starfury floating dead in Sector 87. He later sold parts of it to a trader on Zafran VII.[59]
  • Zafran VIII: Located adjacent to Zafran VII, the techno-mage Burell made her home on Zafran VIII. The planet is something of a backwater as it is located on a marginal hyperspace route that connects systems off the beaten track.[17]

Unnamed Planets and MoonsEdit

Belansplanet

Belan's Homeworld

Streib home world

Streib Homeworld

  • Streib Homeworld: The homeworld of the Streib. Some time prior to 2259 the Minbari tracked the Streib back to their homeworld following an incursion into their space and made them aware of the depth of their mistake. In 2259 a Streib cruiser that had taken a number of hostages including Captain Sheridan and the Narn pilot Ta'Lon was intercepted by the EAS Agamemnon as it approached the Streib Homeworld.[64]

ReferencesEdit

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  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 Other Voices Vol 3 - Babylon 5 Alien Guide
  3. GROPOS (episode)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Shadow Within
  5. The Summoning
  6. The Parliament of Dreams - announced over the customs PA system as Lennier arrives.
  7. See: Arcturus on wikipedia for real star data
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 To Dream in the City of Sorrows
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Deadly Relations - Bester Ascendant
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Deathwalker (episode)
  11. To Live and Die in Starlight
  12. No Compromises
  13. 13.0 13.1 Learning Curve
  14. No Surrender, No Retreat
  15. Between the Darkness and the Light
  16. Day of the Dead
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 Casting Shadows
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Out of the Darkness - (p.25)
  19. TKO
  20. War Zone
  21. 21.0 21.1 Space, Time & the Incurable Romantic
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 Final Reckoning - The Fate of Bester
  23. The crash was several years after the events of "The Fall of Night" and "Matters of Honor", specifically appearance of the Shadow Vessel footage on ISN.
  24. Armies of Light and Dark - (p.200)
  25. Eyes (episode)
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 26.6 26.7 26.8 26.9 Falling Toward Apotheosis
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 A Call to Arms
  28. Born to the Purple
  29. Interludes and Examinations
  30. Epiphanies
  31. JMS post on CIS - 2/14/1997 7:51:00 AM
  32. The Long Night
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 The Long, Twilight Struggle
  34. The Paragon of Animals
  35. Survivors
  36. A Voice in the Wilderness, Part II
  37. Messages from Earth
  38. Infection
  39. Chrysalis
  40. Knives
  41. The Long Night of Centauri Prime - (p.197)
  42. The Long Night of Centauri Prime - (p.156)
  43. 43.0 43.1 Dining on Babylon 5
  44. The Rules of the Game
  45. Out of the Darkness - (p.13-14)
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.3 The Needs of Earth
  47. 47.0 47.1 Armies of Light and Dark - (p.206)
  48. 48.0 48.1 Armies of Light and Dark - (p.243)
  49. The Deconstruction of Falling Stars
  50. The Long Night of Centauri Prime - (p.227)
  51. River of Souls
  52. The Long Road
  53. Babylon 5 Scripts - Other Voices: Vol 3 (Babylon 5 Alien Guide)
  54. 54.0 54.1 Patterns of the Soul
  55. Out of the Darkness - (p.37)
  56. Convictions
  57. Objects in Motion
  58. Casting Shadows (p.54)
  59. 59.0 59.1 Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?
  60. Matters of Honor
  61. The Memory of War
  62. Genius Loci
  63. Racing the Night
  64. All Alone in the Night
  65. Visitors from Down the Street
  66. The Nautilus Coil
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