HUB1-$-D55 Banks

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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 article was catalogued by Galactic Hub Atlas.

[HUB1-$-D55] Banks
Galaxy Euclid
Region Shungka Void
Spectral class Yellow
Distance to centre 664995 light‑years
Planet(s) 2
Moon(s) 2
Faction Gek
Discovered by Nicky_Tsardust
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Updated Atlas Rises

[HUB1-$-D55] Banks is a star system in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

[HUB1-$-D55] Banks is a star system in the No Man's Sky universe. It is the permanent home of explorer Nicky_Tsardust.

The portal on Azad has been activated and marked with a beacon. The main attractions of Banks are Gurgeh, a large, toxic world with a species of 5.9m-tall docile T-Rex, and Azad, a small lush moon with extensive underwater cave systems. While not in the tags, Murrine can rarely be found on the surface of Azad, along with Radon in small, red bushes and Mordite trees.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

PS4 Original: Amkomp
PS4 Current: HUB1-$-D55 Banks

Discovered Date[edit | edit source]

August 20, 2017 by PS4 explorer Nicky_Tsardust.

Planets & Moons[edit | edit source]

Planet Name Type Extreme
PlanetImage Azad (Fauna-rich, RaMo, Lush) Lush Moon NO NO
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Notes: Moon of Gurgeh. Murrine can also be found on this moon. It was discovered just after the planet was uploaded, hence why it is not included in the name. Deep red oceans cut between green-and-orange islands populated with various fauna, with various underwater cave systems burrowing underneath said islands.. The worlds Gurgeh and Echronedal hang low in the sky, while Gurgeh's other moon, Imasho, is permanently eclipsed by Gurgeh. Name is reference to the Empire of Azad from Iain M. Banks's novel Player of Games. Home of explorer Nicky_Tsardust.
PlanetImage Gurgeh (ThPu, Geo, 5.9 T-Rex, Tox) Acrid Planet NO NO
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Notes: Home of a rather impressive species of 5.9m-tall T-Rex. No aggressive/carnivorous species. Large snake-like rock formations slither across the surface. Named after the character Jernau Gurgeh from Iain M. Banks's Player of Games.
PlanetImage Imsaho (ThPuAP, Barren, Hot) Hot Moon NO NO
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Notes: Moon of Gurgeh. Barren of all life, other than Solanium and Albumen Pearls. Constantly-orange atmosphere matches the sandy ground. Named after a Drone in Iain M. Banks's Player of Games.
PlanetImage Echronedal (Barren) Dead Planet NO NO
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Notes: Boring. Vibrant pinks and yellows make up the canyon-riddled landscape, but there is no resource there worth the minute-long pulse engine flight that you can't get anywhere else. Named after the 'Fire Planet' in Iain M. Banks's Player of Games.

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NOTE: Coordinates correspond to the location of entire regions, not specific systems. Coordinates are useful for Portal travel, but may not always be useful in other game situations.

Navigation Images[edit | edit source] - Shows Banks in relation to TopOfTheTree2 and the Galactic Center

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