Galactic Hub Project (Atlas)
|The subject of this article is from the Atlas Rises update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 23 July, 2018.
|This page fills the role of Embassy for the Galactic Hub Project community in Civilized space.|
The information found here represents a user-created civilization that is a creative addition to the game.
The information found here represents a user-created civilization that is a creative addition to the game.
|This article is about the Atlas Rises version of the Galactic Hub Project. For the NEXT version, see Galactic Hub Project. For the Pathfinder version, see Galactic Hub Project (Pathfinder).|
|Galactic Hub Project|
|Capital system||HUB10-79 Tartarus Relay|
|Capital planet||Elysium (Tartarus Relay)|
|Port system||HUB1-!$-1D TopOfTheTree2|
|Type||Construction, Documentation, & Profit|
|Founded by||GalacticGeographic / 7101334 (Reddit)|
The Galactic Hub Project is a civilized space community.
- 1 Summary
- 2 Navigating to & Living in the Galactic Hub
- 3 Third Party Tools / Related Websites
- 4 Best of the Hub & Content Directory
- 4.1 Fauna
- 4.2 Remarkable Planets & Desirable Base Locations
- 4.3 Starships
- 4.4 Freighters
- 4.5 Multitools
- 4.6 PS4 Player Bases
- 4.7 PC Player Bases
- 4.8 Technology / Blueprints
- 4.9 Travellers and Glyphs
- 5 Multiplayer Content
- 6 Alliances & Subfactions
- 6.1 United Federation of Travelers
- 6.2 Hubble Zone
- 6.3 Galactic Hub Civilizations in Other Galaxies
- 6.4 Galactic Hub Council
- 6.5 Formal Alliances
- 6.6 Embassy Systems & Bases
- 7 Canon References
- 8 Staff
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Notes
Summary[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub Project, generally referred to just as the Galactic Hub, is one of the largest and oldest civilizations in No Man's Sky. The civilization's focus is primarily on documenting and sharing in-game content, but the community also creates visual art, lore, videos, 3rd-party technology, and more.
The civilization is defined by its size, focus on documentation / sharing content, and excellent community. Various well-known NMS players, like Pilgrim Star Path creator Pahefu and NMS YouTuber CobraTV, are members of the Galactic Hub community. Members of the community, or people on their way to the Hub, are known as Interlopers. We've adopted the possibly-insulting, much-beloved Vy'keen phrase as our own.
The civilization occupies 11 regions, located approximately 665,000 light-years from the Center of Euclid.
Originally created to explore a single region, the Rentocnii Conflux (formerly Rentocniijik Expanse), it eventually expanded into 11 regions total. Individual players and offshoot civilizations expanded unofficially into many more "Huburb" regions. After Update 1.30, the entire civilization was relocated to the Shungka Void and 10 other regions.
The Galactic Hub's main website is the Galactic Hub subreddit.
Interloper Census[edit | edit source]
Upon reaching the Galactic Hub, the first thing you should do is sign up for the Interloper Census, for the following reasons:
- Gives the Galactic Hub staff an accurate idea of the size of the civilization.
- Allows other players to more easily locate your home base, and what game mode it's on (however, you can omit that info if you don't want a lot of visitors).
- Allows people to check which platform you're on (can be useful if you post something on the Subreddit, for example, and they're wondering if it's on PC, PS4 or Xbox).
Benefits[edit | edit source]
- Documentation - Clearly locate desirable ships, multitools, freighters, and technology; fascinating flora and fauna; useful resources; and much more. Contribute with the knowledge that you're part of a semi-scientific community and helping other Interlopers..
- Multiplayer Elements - As (probably) the largest civilization in Euclid, the Galactic Hub is the #1 location for multiplayer interactions, whether that means seeing other players ("Glitches" / floating orbs), player bases, a variety of Communications Stations, or just frequently coming across discovered systems. Community Farms allow players easy access to valuable and/or useful resources. We also have various purposefully-planned multiplayer events, like the Portal Party.
- Community - The community extends beyond the in-game multiplayer elements. Our community has created over 500 wiki pages, has 6,600+ Subreddit subscribers, a variety of resources (see "3rd Party Tools" section), and even a Redbubble shop for Galactic Hub merchandise. More importantly than just the features, the Galactic Hub community are friendly, often very experienced Interlopers. We ask that new players do some basic research, but we're always willing to help anyone who needs it.
Naming Convention[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub uses specific naming guidelines in-game. Names created using these guidelines mark the system as Galactic Hub space, and can share a variety of important information in a small number of characters. Such names can be very useful to other Interlopers.
Regions Occupied[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub officially occupies the following 11 regions, as well as a number of "Huburb" regions in an unofficial capacity.
- The Arm of Vezitinen (042F:0078:0D55:0000)
- Canthian (042F:0078:0D54:0000)
- Dexterf Sector (0430:0078:0D54:0000)
- The Arm of Katteus (0430:0078:0D55:0000)
- Nugsdor Adjunct (0430:0078:0D56:0000)
- Uefert Nebula (042F:0078:0D56:0000)
- Widraik (042E:0078:0D56:0000)
- Airnaka Conflux (042E:0078:0D55:0000)
- Sivess Instability (042E:0078:0D54:0000)
- Savenix Instability (042F:0079:0D55:0000)
- Nonlopsi Instability (042F:0077:0D55:0000)
- HUB1 (Shungka Void) is the core of the Hub, and can be thought of as "downtown Galactic Hub." This region has the densest concentration of discoveries and bases.
- HUB10 (Aybess Terminus) is the Embassy Region. Other civilizations should base their Embassies in this region, as close to the Black Hole as possible.
- HUB11 (Dujerad Adjunct) is the Farm Region. Interlopers constructing Farms/Depots should do so in this region.
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See Interloper's Handbook - Guide to the Galactic Hub for a guide on how to reach the Hub, how to contribute to the Hub, customs of Hub life, and more.
HUB1-!$-1D TopOfTheTree2 is our Port System, the solar system where players may claim a base after using a Portal without considering if there's already a base in the system.
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Third Party Tools / Related Websites[edit | edit source]
- Pilgrim Star Path can help players reach the Galactic Hub. (NOTE: Pilgrim Star Path will display the "old" location of the Hub until August 20th.)
- GH Discord allows Hub players to easily chat in a less "structured" environment than the Subreddit.
- Seamonkey420's Wiki Script allows players to create Wiki pages for the Galactic Hub just by answering some questions, then uploading necessary images.
Best of the Hub & Content Directory[edit | edit source]
Fauna[edit | edit source]
|Aufetaeum Ruboryp||Mesanqiu Chast, HUB1-A9 Dabindarf III||6.06-6.20m||274.10kg|
|Discovered by: Kildynn||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Megafauna diplo species on a radioactive planet. One gender has a prominent crest where its neck meets its shoulders, and the other has an adornment on its head which appears to be solid and scaly, as well as smaller, spiked scales extending down its neck.|
|Yigosimae Aptuma||Meinkas, HUB8-11F Daher||5.87-6.03m||273.07kg|
|Discovered by: Kildynn||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Megafauna diplo species on a lush planet. One gender has a flattened white head, and the other has an adornment on its head which appears to be solid and scaly, as well as smaller, spiked scales extending down its neck. Both genders have "sideways" feet and clubbed tails.|
|Ilbiveaniumum Nesoi||Chowaqun, HUB9-D3 Olzovater||5.89-6.00m||270.54kg|
|Discovered by: Longarone||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Megafauna diplo species on a radioactive planet. One gender has a head crest like the Drogradur Diplos, while the other gender is quite plain. Arched-back diplos, relatively common to locate.|
|Oustiia Vorag||Spira, HUB4-AE Cetra||4.72m||210.46kg|
|Discovered by: ButterForTheKing||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Large diplo species, just barely could be considered megafauna as it is too large to feed, but smaller than your usual megafauna diplo. Interesting coloration, very rare to locate.|
|Ubfaldaea Haune||Double Diplo, HUB11-1A5 Double Diplo||2.81-2.93m||149.48kg|
|Discovered by: Drunken_Slacker||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Beautiful diplo species with long tails and bright blue eyes. Seem to only appear rarely.|
|Ibitiae Daqua||Double Diplo, HUB11-1A5 Double Diplo||0.65-0.86m||81.21kg|
|Discovered by: Drunken_Slacker||Genus: Rangifae||Notes: Common diplo species found all over this planet during the daytime, less common at night but still present.|
|Nalasaurus||Gaal, HUB-X-8B Trantor||8m-8.07m||354.48kg|
|Discovered by: AndyKrycek6||Genus: --||Notes: One of the many 'giants' that roam Gaal.|
Remarkable Planets & Desirable Base Locations[edit | edit source]
Starships[edit | edit source]
(Note: Very easy to obtain, see system page for more info.)
|S-Class (Exotic)||HUB1-!-68 Eidolon Prime (See page for inventory screenshots)||Keshian_Rade|
(Note: Crashed starship, marked on PS4.)
|S-Class (Exotic)||HUB1-1BE GNAT 1BE Glorified Magnified (See page for inventory screenshots)||Masamune-|
(Note: Crashed starship, marked on PS4.)
|A-Class||Crashed 48 slot hauler. ~110mil to repair slots||[HUB8-T-FB] Nucleus]Reddit page with location and information||OrcaMarco|
|Wadeorge S51||N/A (Should appear in all classes)||"Active Cargopod Hauler" ship parts - blue glowing "force field" around the side-mounted orbs.||HUB11-$-18C Baile Des||7101334|
See Galactic Hub Starship Catalog (Atlas) for more.
Freighters[edit | edit source]
See Galactic Hub Freighter Catalog (Atlas) for more.
Multitools[edit | edit source]
- 24-slot S-Class Experimental MT
Galactic Survey Entry
See Galactic Hub Multitool Catalog (Atlas) for more.
PS4 Player Bases[edit | edit source]
See Galactic Hub Player Bases (Atlas) for more bases.
Farms[edit | edit source]
Standard Farms are farms designed to produce a specific product, such as Circuit Boards, Living Glass, or Liquid Explosives. Depot Farms are farms designed to produce only a single crop, usually by taking advantage of outdoor, biome-specific farming (may sometimes include small quantities of other crops as well). Gas Refineries are buildings filled with Atmosphere Harvesters, which produce Nitrogen, Radon, and Sulphurine, primarily for use in high-end crafting.
Note that Portal Addresses have been generated directly from coordinates, meaning you will end up in the right system, but possibly on the wrong planet. Farms also may not be located near Portals - if so, use Portals just to mark the system, then warp there in your starship from within Hub space. Never claim a base in an already-occupied system!
|GenBra Permadeath CB Farm||Permadeath
||HUB8-!-99 Bastim (GenBra Outpost)
|PS4 explorer intothedoor (wiki contact)|
|VanCorc's Liquid Explosive Plant||Standard||Raw:
|HUB2-1E7 VanCorc's Liquid Explosive Plant
|HUBx-!$/BH-79 Prooma Black Hole
|Deep Tech House||Standard||Raw:
|The Living Glass Company||Standard||Raw:
|HUB3-57 Living Glass Farm
|Spadonium Fields Forever||Depot||17,000 Cactus Flesh||HUB11-14A Rasafaria
|Radon Lagoon Refinery||Refinery||9,500 Radon||Cering-Eslu (Dujerad Adjunct)
|Refrigerated Radon Refinery||Refinery||10,750 Radon||HUB11-17C Qixian
|Sulphurine Center||Refinery||9,500 Sulphurine||Wild hunt (Dujerad Adjunct)
|Scalding Sulphurine Refinery||Refinery||10,750 Sulphurine||HUB11-1F0 Noho
|Nitrogen Alpha||Refinery||9,500 Nitrogen||HUB11-70 Vy'Queen
|Noxious Nitrogen Refinery||Refinery||10,750 Nitrogen||HUB11-208 Soho (GB)
Non-Farm Bases (20 Plants or Fewer)[edit | edit source]
Main multiplayer meeting point for the Galactic Hub.
Galactic Survey Entry
PC Player Bases[edit | edit source]
Farms[edit | edit source]
No Farms (20 Plants or Fewer)[edit | edit source]
Technology / Blueprints[edit | edit source]
See Galactic Hub Technology Catalog for more.
Travellers and Glyphs[edit | edit source]
Multiplayer Content[edit | edit source]
This section primarily refers to events or locations where you can actually see the so-called "glitches" of other players, the floating orbs which represent their position. User-generated content like bases, while technically "multiplayer content," are covered elsewhere on this page.
Shungka Cantina[edit | edit source]
The Shungka Cantina is the primary multiplayer meeting spot in the Galactic Hub. If you're looking to help/join another player, need have another player help/join you, or if you're just looking for some socialization, head to the Cantina: the Galactic Hub's wretched hive of scum and villainy.
- PS4: The Shungka Cantina - PS4
- PC: Built on Normal, survival and Permadeath modes.
Renaissance Cup: Competitive Exocraft Racing[edit | edit source]
In the Renaissance Cup, players competed (both in real-time and on record-based leaderboards) for real-world prizes like Galactic Hub Trophies and Pins.
See Galactic Hub's Renaissance Cup - Exocraft Race Cup for more information.
Mission Board[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub Mission Board is inspired by the in-game Mission Board, except the missions are written by fellow players instead of the game itself. See that page for more information.
Rank System[edit | edit source]
Players can gain levels by completing missions on the Mission Board. You can update your current level on the Interloper Census and the Subreddit. Participation in the Level System is optional/voluntary.
See the Mission Board system for more detailed information.
Alliances & Subfactions[edit | edit source]
(Refer to Civilized space page for more info)
United Federation of Travelers[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub is a founding civilization in the United Federation of Travelers. We assist and cooperate with all civilizations, but will always prioritize fellow Federation civilizations. Historically, we have a close alliance with No Man's Sky Love and the Deep Thought Collective.
Hubble Zone[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub is dedicated to establishing stronger relations with civilizations located in the Hubble zone, as well as attracting more players and civilizations to this area. A denser concentration of players and civilizations lends itself to more interaction and more easily shared content. The Galactic Hub offers Cooperative Benefits to civilizations located in the Hubble Zone.
Galactic Hub Civilizations in Other Galaxies[edit | edit source]
Galactic Hub Hilbert[edit | edit source]
Galactic Hub Hilbert is an extension of the Galactic Hub Project into the Hilbert Dimension galaxy, the second galaxy in the universe (after Euclid). The original Galactic Hub Hilbert effort, pre-Atlas Rises, was led by pahefu, creator of the Pilgrim Star Path app and major participant in the Euclid Galactic Hub. The current effort is being led by oo0oo & 8blacksheep8, both in the relocating and re-establishment (via Community_Farms) of the Hilbert Hub using the post-Atlas Rises coordinates.
Galactic Hub Calypso[edit | edit source]
Galactic Hub Calypso is an extension of the Galactic Hub Project into the Calypso galaxy, the third galaxy in the universe (after Hilbert). We are currently seeking leaders for this effort on both PC and PS4.
Galactic Hub Budullangr[edit | edit source]
Galactic Hub Budullangr is an extension of the Galactic Hub Project into the Budullangr galaxy, the seventh galaxy in the universe (after Ickjamatew). We are currently seeking leaders for this effort on both PC and PS4.
Galactic Hub Eissentam[edit | edit source]
Galactic Hub Eissentam is an extension of the Galactic Hub Project founded after Update 1.30 in the 10th galaxy Eissentam, also known as the first Tranquil galaxy. The effort is being led by jmillgraphics (Reddit / PS4).
Galactic Hub Council[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub Council is a group of players formed with the intention of advising the Hub's founder on how to manage the Galactic Hub, new policies, new events, and more.
The Council's first primary purpose was to help organize our move from Rentocniijik Expanse / Rentocnii Conflux into our current home region.
For a full list of Council members, see the "Staff" section.
Formal Alliances[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub has a Formal Alliance program, which provides participating civilizations with greater benefits (listed below) than those civilizations allied solely through the United Federation of Travelers. The goal of this program is twofold: to acknowledge those civilizations which have historically cooperated most closely with the Galactic Hub, as well as to establish or improve relations with other Hubble-based or Federation-allied civilizations.
Benefits[edit | edit source]
- Embassy/Monument Construction - Formally-allied civilizations will have Embassy bases established within their space, if desired. Embassy systems may be established by Ambassador 7101334, Ambassador AndyKrycek6, or a diplomat selected through the Mission Board. Embassies provide a show of support and respect from the Galactic Hub, as well as providing a point of interest for travelers.
- Diplomatic Mission Board Access - Leaders of formally-allied civilizations will be given access to add new missions to the Diplomatic Missions section of the Galactic Hub Mission Board. This provides an opportunity to directly request in-game assistance/participation from Galactic Hub Interlopers.
Allied Civilizations[edit | edit source]
- Aesir Ascendancy - The Aesir Ascendancy is a civilization focused on exploration, cultivation, and combat. Based in the Beta Quadrant, this civilization is one of the Galactic Hub's newer allies.
- Alliance of Galactic Travellers - The AGT and Galactic Hub have cooperated since the Legacy Hub days, and in the Atlas Rises era, have forged a formal alliance. The semi-nomadic AGT boasts the second-largest population of registered players, with their primary base of operations in the Atlas Rises era located in the Beta Quadrant.
- Eyfert Khannate - A lore-based civilization located in the 18th galaxy Rerasmutul, with some operations in Euclid, the Eyfert Khannate is a lore-focused civilization and the most distant known civilization from Euclid (in terms of galaxy sequence number). Due to this, Galactic Hub cooperation with the Eyfert Khannate has primarily been limited to their Euclid operations.
- Galactic Empire of HOVA - One of the Galactic Hub's oldest allies, the Empire of Hova is a militaristic, monarchistic civilization lead by King Hova. The Galactic Hub and the Empire of Hova have cooperated in a number of in-game and political (via Federation) measures and conflicts, and the Empire's public operations are largely based in the Hubble Zone.
- Seht Research Group - A Hubble-based civilization, this documentation-oriented ally seeks out the most remarkable content here in the Gamma Quadrant.
- Nesdorinux Project - A research-focused civilization located near the Center, the Galactic Hub and Nesdorinux Project have generally operated under similar philosophies, making them natural allies.
Embassy Systems & Bases[edit | edit source]
Embassy Systems are single systems claimed by the Galactic Hub in another civilization's space. Embassy systems have a few purposes:
- Dedicated teleportation/Portal travel point between that civilization and the Galactic Hub for whoever claims the system, or anyone else who makes the journey from the Hub to the Embassy.
- Dedicated location for members of both civilizations (Galactic Hub and native civilization) to leave Communications Stations.
- Display of friendship and respect in making the (usually long) journey from the Hub to the native civilization.
- Using this technique to create multiple bases, Embassy Bases will be created within dedicated Embassy Systems.
The names for embassies attempt to combine Galactic Hub naming conventions with local naming conventions.
Alpha Quadrant[edit | edit source]
Beta Quadrant[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub's embassy within Aesir Ascendancy space. Also known as "the Red Embassy."
Delta Quadrant[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub's embassy within Eyfert Khannate space. (PC/Normal)
Gamma Quadrant[edit | edit source]
Near Center[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub's embassy within Nesdorinux Project space. (PC/Normal)
Canon References[edit | edit source]
The Galactic Hub has been referenced by actual in-game content, and was also a part of the Waking Titan ARG. That means the Galactic Hub is canon in the NMS universe!
Staff[edit | edit source]
While all Interlopers contribute to the Galactic Hub with their presence alone, some members have stepped up to take on specific tasks and/or fill specific roles within the Galactic Hub's structured leadership.
Directors[edit | edit source]
Directors in the Galactic Hub are the main points of authority within a galaxy, making the "final calls" for that galaxy's Galactic Hub. While 7101334, Founder of the Galactic Hub "brand" of civilizations, retains some control over post-Euclid galaxies, post-Euclid Directors are essentially autonomous. Post-Euclid Directors are generally limited only in civilization location, emblem, and naming guidelines.
- 7101334 - Founder, Euclid Director, Main Subreddit Moderator, Federation Ambassador, Lead Exozoologist (Fauna Consultant)
- AndyKrycek6- Euclid Director, Graphic Designer, Subreddit Moderator, Council Member, Federation Ambassador, Lead Census Taker (Interloper Census Consultant)
- Pahefu - Hilbert Director & Co-Founder, Council Member, Lead Atlas Entity (3rd-party tool creator)
- oo0oo - Hilbert Director & Co-Founder, Council Member
- 8blacksheep8 - Hilbert Director & Co-Founder, Council Member
- jmillgraphics - Eissentam Director, Council Member
- IlContePier - Budullangr Director, Council Member
- RegalMuffin - Calypso Director, Council Member
Platform Directors[edit | edit source]
Platform directors are responsible for assuring, as much as possible, that Galactic Hub content is consistent across all game platforms. This includes duties like coordinating major events, encouraging the use of naming guidelines, and naming major "landmark" stars in a consistent fashion across platforms.
- PC Director: (Open Position)
- PS4 Director: 7101334
- XBox Director: (Open Position)
Officers[edit | edit source]
Officers in the Galactic Hub are the primary individuals tasked with certain specific aspects of the Galactic Hub.
- Communications Officer: SilvetSky1 - The communications officer is tasked with reposting content from the Galactic Hub's main websites (subreddit & wiki) to any and all other websites, to increase visibility of the Hub and attract more players.
- Security Officer: mrjordanmurphy, Council Member - The security officer is tasked with implementing measures to ensure continued peace within the Galactic Hub and, at request, other Hubble-based civilizations.
- Recruitment Officer: (Open Position) - The recruitment officer is tasked with the creation of recruitment/advertising materials for the Galactic Hub and, alongside the Communications Officer, the distribution of those materials.
- Dispatch Officer: Spacetrucker16 - The dispatch officer is tasked with managing and promoting the Galactic Hub Mission Board and level/experience system. This includes encouraging creation of new missions, documenting completion of missions, and deletion of old inactive/uncompleted missions.
- Media Officer: AcoupleofIrishfolk - The media officer is tasked with coordinating and distributing content made by the Galactic Hub's Hosts. It will include managing a YouTube account, and reviewing and approving content to be uploaded, as well as looking for content that could be used to create an official Hub podcast. This will include recruiting personalities and talent to create content as hosts for the hub.
Council Members & Other Staff[edit | edit source]
The majority of the remaining Galactic Hub staff are the members of the Galactic Hub Council.
- zachsonstacks - Council Member, Lead Exoagriculturalist (Crop farming consultant)
- seamonkey420 - Council Member, 3rd-party Tool Creator, Lead Archivist (Hub-history consultant)
- XainesWorld - Council Member, Exoagriculturalist, 3rd-party Tool Creator, Federation Ambassador
- Teovin - Subreddit Moderator, Council Member
- TheMarco - 3rd-party Tool Creator, Subreddit Moderator
- alexo1001 - Discord Moderator, Council Member
- Malorn44 - Council Member
- LordFrobozz - Council Member
- nphyx - 3rd-party Tool Creator, Council Member
- morgvom_org - Graphic Designer, Council Member
- Trig-Antrax - r/NoMansSkyTheGame Moderator, Council Member
- Private-Miller - Council Member
- DesignationG - Council Member
- SmeeMont - Council Member
- Masamune- - Council Member
- ButterForTheKing - Council Member
- WithYouInSpirit99 - r/NoMansSkyTheGame Moderator, Council Member
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Any images which don't require their own article (ie, fauna) and are not maps or navigational aids should be posted here.
Renaissance Era[edit | edit source]
Advertisement for Galactic Hub's Renaissance Cup - Exocraft Race Cup by AndyKrycek6
Pre-Renaissance[edit | edit source]
Flyer/brochure for the El Lazo Lodge on HUB-V-158 Todoroki by AndyKrycek6
Flyer/advertisement for the Galactic Hub Cup by AndyKrycek6
Notes[edit | edit source]
Hello Games References[edit | edit source]
- Hello Games reposted a Galactic Hub advertisement, "Why should you head to the Hub?" on May 22, 2017.
- Hello Games reposted a post by AndyKrycek advertising the Galactic Hub's Renaissance Cup - Exocraft Race Cup.
Press References[edit | edit source]
- Gaming journalism website Kotaku published an article on the Hub on March 9, 2017.
- German gaming journalism website Gamepro published a (largely inaccurate) article on the Hub on March 25, 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.
- Red Bull published an article about aspects of the No Man's Sky meta-game, including the Hub, to the gaming journalism section of their website on March 31, 2017.
- Kotaku published an article, "At Long Last, No Man’s Sky Players Meet Up In-Game," which reported on one of the first (or perhaps the very first) meeting between two players in the Galactic Hub after Update 1.30. This article was published on August 11, 2017.
- Kotaku published an article, "No Man's Sky Players Who Colonized A Galaxy Now Have To Find A New Home," which reported on the Hub's move from the Rentocnii Conflux to the Shungka Void, on August 23, 2017.
- Archaeogaming's No Man's Sky Archaeological Survey (NMAS) has published a number of articles involving archaeology in the Galactic Hub Project Legacy Region, with the first being published on September 15, 2017.
- Kotaku published an article, "Archeologist Digs Into Remains of No Man's Sky Abandoned Player Civilization," which reported on the NMS Archaeological Survey's research in the Legacy Region. This article was published on October 3, 2017.
- Kotaku published an article, "No Man's Sky Players Have A Space Government, Politics and All," which reported on the United Federation of Travelers and its allied civilizations, including the Galactic Hub. This article was published on October 25th, 2017.
- Kotaku published an article, "How to Get to the Galactic Hub in No Man's Sky," on October 26, 2017.
- Vice Brazil published an article, "A história dos jogadores que trouxeram vida ao vazio de 'No Man's Sky' ("The story of players that brought life to the void of No Man’s Sky"), on November 22, 2017. (English translation)
- Red Bull published an article, "Why there's never been a better time to revisit No Man's Sky", on February 16th, 2018. The article contains references to the Galactic Hub.
Other[edit | edit source]
- NMS Youtube creator JustJarrod Gaming released a video about The Galactic Hub Project on January 30, 2017
- The Galactic Hub's official flag & emblem were chosen on April 9, 2017, after a community vote (download).
- A number of references to the Galactic Hub and Galactic Hub content can be found on Waking Titan, the No Man's Sky-related ARG website.