Galactic Hub Project

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Official emblem of the Galactic Hub, by morgvom_org on Reddit.
Official flag of the Galactic Hub, also by morgvom_org.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Galactic Hub Project is a Civilized Space community focused on exploring a specific area of the Euclid galaxy with other players. This includes the Rentocniijik Expanse and 10 specific surrounding regions as follows: [1]

Partial 3D map of the Hub area, made using the Hub Management System.
  1. Rentocniijik Expanse - The core region of the Hub, star systems names use the [HUB-R-###] convention
  2. Eapustafiges Adjunct - names start with HUB2. Example: HUB2-V-156 Lianara's Curse
  3. Nagkamunti Band - names start with HUB3. Example: HUB3-K-124 Procedural Star
  4. Bisticabi Boundary
  5. Enharagch Expanse
  6. Rahesdaingwut Terminus
  7. Kogii'ithip
  8. Renbellanj Expanse
  9. Pihmidgerra
  10. Uugusteur Adjunct (Below Rento)
  11. Uahakplatopo Adjunct (Above Rento)

The capital system, HUB-G-211 Lennon, in the Rentocniijik Expanse region, can be found at these coordinates:

0469 : 0081 : 0D6D : 0211

The capital system of the Galactic Hub is HUB-G-211 Lennon, location of Drogradur NO425, a lush planet with a ~6m diplo species.

Galactic Hub Hilbert[edit | edit source]

The Galactic Hub's sister civilization, Galactic Hub Hilbert, can be found in the Hilbert Dimension. Visit that page for more info.

Benefits[edit | edit source]

Pilgrim Path Known Locations: 4 Samples from November 20th - January 22nd (plus blank app image). Note the Hub's growing density.

While not possible to see other players, the Hub's close proximity and high density of players have a number of other advantages.

  • Available starships are often cataloged, making it easy to look through available ships and purchase the one you want.
  • Easiest place to locate Communication Stations left behind by other travelers.
  • A variety of fauna, flora, and geological attractions.
  • Economic benefits, such as known locations which pay 100%+ for Albumen Pearls.

Naming Convention[edit | edit source]

Those in the Galactic Hub can choose to follow its optional naming guidelines. These allow other travelers to quickly identify desirable aspects of a system or planet, such as noteworthy fauna, resources, or ships.

Known Star Systems[edit | edit source]

For a list of known systems, visit the Galactic Hub Project category index or use the link at at the bottom of this page. Any beginning with the "HUB-R-###" format tag are systems, where R is the letter representing the race.

Known Space Station Vendors with Core Upgrades[edit | edit source]

"Core upgrades" refers to upgrades which are not "Coolant," "Damage", etc. Essentially, if it doesn't end with the words Sigma, Tau, Theta, or Omega, it's most likely a core upgrade (with some exceptions, such as Photonix Core, a Pulse Engine upgrade).

Multi-tool Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Starship Upgrades[edit | edit source]

The 'Best of the Hub'[edit | edit source]

Major Attractions[edit | edit source]

The Caesarus, largest known fauna discovered in all of No Man's Sky.

Best Fauna[edit | edit source]

Deustoveus Ollatuswe, an 8.2m diplo/Rangifae species.

Best Flora[edit | edit source]

Best System Economies[edit | edit source]

System economies differ between platforms, unlike most aspects of the shared universe.

PS4[edit | edit source]

PC[edit | edit source]

Best Starships[edit | edit source]

Note that all "ship pieces" are only aesthetic and have no effect on how a ship functions. The exception is Cockpit Windows, which change how far you can look left or right while in your ship. Only a ship's class (Hauler, Fighter, Explorer, Shuttle) or grade (C, B, A, S) affects its performance and stats.

Best Multitools[edit | edit source]

Known Portal Locations[edit | edit source]

(Only for Portals marked with Communication Stations - also include PC/PS4, unless you know it's marked on both systems.)

Interlopers[edit | edit source]

Image by reddit user Sylvester_Spaceman

The official term for players exploring the Galactic Hub is interloper. The following sections relate specifically to interloper activities.

Bases[edit | edit source]

For a list of bases, visit the Player base page

Community Farms[edit | edit source]

For a list of farms, visit the Community Farms page

Racetracks[edit | edit source]

For a list of racetracks in the Hub, visit the Galactic Hub Cup page.

Known Players (Interloper Census)[edit | edit source]

For a list players who have reached the Galactic Hub, or are heading in that direction. visit the Interloper Census page.

Maps / Navigational Aids[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Any images which don't require their own article (ie, fauna) and are not maps or navigational aids may be posted here.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • German gaming journalism website Gamepro published a (largely inaccurate) article on the Hub on March 25th, 2017. This article mentions odd practices that aren't known to actually occur, like selling the location of NMS gold deposits for real-world money.
  • The Galactic Hub's official flag & emblem were chosen on April 9th, 2017, after a community vote.

External Links[edit | edit source]

This page is part of the Galactic Hub

Hub Management System

Lonely Galaxy Travel Guide

Galactic Hub Project subreddit


References[edit | edit source]

  1. reddit moderator 7101334 (16 March 2017). 'Changes to the Hub Tag: New Format HUBn-R-###'.

Categories[edit | edit source]