Euclid

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Euclid
Euclid
Colour White
Type Norm
Release Beyond
Order 1
Galaxy sequence
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Iousongola Hilbert Dimension
Disambig.png This article is about the current version of the galaxy. For the Pathfinder version, see Euclid (Pathfinder).

Euclid is the first galaxy in the No Man's Sky universe.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Euclid is the 1st galaxy in the No Man's Sky universe.

The Fade and Galaxy Centre are fundamental parts of every galaxy. In Euclid, the centre appears to be white.

This galaxy can be reached by:

  • Warp travel - Players start here with a crashed ship after reaching the centre of the Iousongola galaxy.
  • Simulation reset - Players in the Tuhgrespod and Iousongola galaxies, who choose to reset the simulation into a Norm galaxy during the New Beginnings primary mission, will start again in this galaxy.

All players initially spawn on a randomly chosen planet within this galaxy.

Size and appearance[edit | edit source]

The Euclid core
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Warping into the Galaxy
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Main article: Euclid Size

Based on studies done by the Forgotten Colonies, the Euclid galaxy follows a symmetrical build. Its length and width both end at 819.000ly from the centre with the last systems in a radius of roughly 500ly being "unreachable" before they fade out. This anomaly is referred to as The Fade.

The galaxy is circular with four non-rotating spirals in wedge-shape at 45°,135°,225° and 315° respectively. Euclid is definitely not a sphere, but is build after its real world counterpart like a plate. This also explains why a further multiplier of 16 for the glyph sequence is not needed, it lacks exactly that detail in height.

Due to the glyph system a rough estimate of all regions can be calculated. The formula is the glyph region ID combinations minus the centre sphere combinations:

  • 16^8-7^8 = ~4.29 billion regions.

The closest documented stars include:


The furthest documented star is Delta Minoris (1.159.051 ly) in the Rabirgi Boundary.

Civilized space[edit | edit source]

Main article: Civilized space

Since it's the starting galaxy of every player, the large majority of player-created civilizations are bound to this galaxy.

Region categories[edit | edit source]

Regions can be categorised by the prefix or suffix added to the procedurally generated name (∗ marks its location). Names without prefix or suffix can also appear, it is currently unknown if this is a bug or not.

  1. ∗ Adjunct
  2. ∗ Void
  3. ∗ Expanse
  4. ∗ Terminus
  5. ∗ Boundary
  6. ∗ Fringe
  7. ∗ Cluster
  8. ∗ Mass
  9. ∗ Band
  10. ∗ Cloud
  11. ∗ Nebula
  12. ∗ Quadrant
  13. ∗ Sector
  14. ∗ Anomaly
  15. ∗ Conflux
  16. ∗ Instability
  17. Sea of ∗
  18. The Arm of ∗
  19. ∗ Spur
  20. ∗ Shallows

Known regions[edit | edit source]

Adjunct[edit | edit source]

Anomaly[edit | edit source]

Band[edit | edit source]

Boundary[edit | edit source]

Cloud[edit | edit source]

Cluster[edit | edit source]

Conflux[edit | edit source]

Expanse[edit | edit source]

Fringe[edit | edit source]

Instability[edit | edit source]

Mass[edit | edit source]

Nebula[edit | edit source]

Quadrant[edit | edit source]

Sea of[edit | edit source]

Sector[edit | edit source]

Shallows[edit | edit source]

Spur[edit | edit source]

Terminus[edit | edit source]

The Arm of[edit | edit source]

Void[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (A-F)[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (G-K)[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (L-N)[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (O-R)[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (S-U)[edit | edit source]

Proper Noun (V-Z)[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]