Amino Hub

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.

This page fills the role of Embassy for the Amino Hub Civilized space community.
The information found here represents a user-created civilization hub that is a creative addition to the game.

Disambig.png This article is about the Beyond version of the Amino Hub in the Euclid galaxy. For the Atlas Rises version of Amino Hub Euclid, see Amino Hub (Atlas). For the Living Ship, Eissentam galaxy version, see Amino Hub Eissentam.
Amino Hub
Amino Hub
Galaxy Euclid
Quadrant Alpha
Region Ocopad Conflux
Capital system Amino Prime
Capital planet Yugnuscun M-49
Coordinates 064A:0082:01B9:0022
Port system Amino Prime
Size Hub-R
Founded by Doglegsxr
Federation member Pathfinder
Release Beyond

The Amino Hub is a Civilized Space community.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Amino Hub is a Civilized space community that was formed by members of the No Man's Sky Amino Hub app. The capital system of the hub is Amino Prime and it's coordinates are here:



The Amino Hub slogan is Community, Adventure, Discovery.

How to join the Amino Hub[edit | edit source]

The port system of the Amino Hub is Amino Prime, the long time capital system of Ocopadicans. The recommended method is to travel to the capital city on planet Yugnuscun M-49 by joining a friend who is already there on the same game mode, platform and hardware. Players can easily locate players for PS4, PC, and XBox on the Amino Hub app. Simply friend the player and join a session and place a base no closer than 1000u from the next base. Some players also choose to place a base on the nearby planet of Hoshi. From here you'll be able to warp around Ocopad and explore the surrounding areas.

Background[edit | edit source]

NMS Survival Guru Les Stroud decided he wanted to replicate the original pilgrims trek by walking around the The Pilgrim Star on survival mode with no hud. While accomplishing this feat he managed to get several amino app players and storytellers involved in meeting up at a central location. First arrivals included Boid Gaming on survival mode, and on normal mode Doglegsxr, Saphic701, SpaceArtGek and Andrtacc.

No Man's Sky Olympics[edit | edit source]

The Amino Hub hosted the NMS Olympics 2017 with games taking place in the region of the Ocopad Conflux 11/4/2017 through 12/03/2017.

Player bases[edit | edit source]

PS4 Bases[edit | edit source]

PC Bases[edit | edit source]

XBOX Bases[edit | edit source]

Thumbnail Platform Galaxy Star system Planet Base Owner Comments
Xbox Euclid Amino Prime Lanfear AMINO PRIME CRYSTAL ARK GLITCH MUSEUM SHUTxxYOxxFACE Come visit this local tourist attraction and education center in the sky, where all planetary glitches are on display. Take home your own Light Fissure! In the capital system of the Amino Hub

"064A:0082:01B9:0051" 0051039BAE4B

Xbox Euclid Corona Veridi I -AH Cryon I CRYUS TEMPLUM SHUTxxYOxxFACE For as long as Ancient Data has existed, pilgrims have traveled to this sanctuary. Spaceport, small farm and Frostwort depot. Immediate neighbor to the Pilgrim Star-AH

"064A:0082:01B9:0082" 0082039BAE4B

Naming Conventions[edit | edit source]

The Amino Hub naming conventions are simple. Players are encouraged to name systems after aspects of exploration, and add AH to the end of the system name or - AH. It is not recommended to name systems after weather or multi-tools (all that can be catalogued on the wiki anyway) due to potential game resets keeping the system name and changing the planets, as what happened with Atlas Rises. Brackets [AH] are also not recommended as it can make wiki editing difficult. Here are examples of how to properly name an Amino Hub system:

  • Local Serenity AH
  • Antimatter - AH

Amino Hub Regions[edit | edit source]

The Amino Hub has inhabited the following 24 regions all in close proximity to the Ocopad Conflux:

Best of the Amino Hub and Content Directory[edit | edit source]

S Class Multi-tools[edit | edit source]

Fauna[edit | edit source]

Name Location Height Weight
Ocosharkatlas.jpg OcoShark System: Local Serenity AH
Planet: Land o Lakes
2.43m 366kg
Discovered by: SpaceArtGek Genus: Prionace Notes: Famous species of meat eater fish frequently visited on Land o Lakes.
Part of the Olympic game event OcoShark Survival.
Onnaeum.jpg Onnaeum Eynat System: Fetianova Gateway - AH
Planet: Rotsanne WG131
3.76m 191.77kg
Discovered by: SpaceArtGek Genus: Oxyacta Notes: Large flying wraith snake added to the Fauna Hall of Fame
Wyump.jpg Irmiumium Wyump System: Fetianova Gateway - AH
Planet: Adaluro-1 Azykala
.67m 77.44kg
Discovered by: SpaceArtGek Genus: Agnelis Notes: Record holder for smallest bird in all of NMS version 1.3
Anvilbuttwomp.jpg Anvil Butt Womp System: Fetianova Gateway - AH
Planet: Adaluro-1 Azykala
7.09m 326.60kg
Discovered by: SpaceArtGek Genus: Anastomus Notes: Record holder for 2nd largest Womp in all of NMS version 1.3

Galactic Racing League[edit | edit source]


The No Man's Sky Galactic Racing League is a series of solar system races hosted by the Amino Hub that includes 10 racing events from March through July of 2018.

The events were live streamed by individual players and also on the NMS Olympic Twitch channel including collaboration and participation with members of the Intergalactic Coalition of Civilizations.

Amino Hub Games[edit | edit source]

On April 29, 2017 the four members of the Amino Hub joined together in their first (and the world's first) four-player event called the Amino Hub Games. The event featured participants BoidGaming, Niblet2121, NMS Survival Guru and SpaceArtGek on a 25 minute challenge to see who could scan the most animals. The stream was uploaded to YouTube and was the start of many new Amino Hub multiplayer challenges.

United Federation of Travelers[edit | edit source]

The Amino Hub forms alliances with NMS Hubs such as the Galactic Hub Project, Alliance of Galactic Travellers, and the Spacing Guild. The Amino Hub was one of the four founding civilizations of the United Federation of Travelers. In December 2017 they left and became part of the short-lived Intergalactic Coalition of Civilizations. The Amino Hub has since been thriving for the past year as an independent civilization.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Navigator[edit | edit source]