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A planet in the Empire series. In the first millennium of the Galactic Era, its inhabitants developed a robotic culture. Because this made Rigellians so passive, they were easy prey for the warlord Moray. Thus, Rigel's fate resembled that of the Spacer worlds. Its name may come from the name of the star, Rigel.
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Arcturus is one of the major planets. It seems to have been named for the star Arcturus in Bo├Âtes.
Cinna is a small, unimportant world, where the amount of cloth in beachwear leaves 'very little to the imagination'.
Gaia is located in the Sayshell Sector, about ten parsecs (32 light-years) from Sayshell.
A fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation.
A fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Empire, it completed a commercial treaty with the Foundation in 300 F.E.
A fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Robot Series. At 2 parsecs (6.5 lightyears), it formed with Solaria the closest pair of Spacer worlds.
Mentioned in Foundation and Empire. It was one of the Association of Independent Trading Worlds, quasi-independent from the Foundation.
Locris was 20 parsecs (65 light years) from Terminus, and 800 parsecs (2600 light years) from Santanni.
A resort planet near Trantor, part of the pre-Imperial Kingdom of it.
Anacreon is one of the most important worlds in the galactic periphery prior to the fall of the Galactic Empire.
A fictional human-inhabited planet in Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Robot series.
Kalgan is a fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Foundation series.
Sayshell is a planet in Foundation's Edge by Isaac Asimov.
A fictional planet at the edge of the Galaxy in Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series, capital of the Foundation.
A planet prominent in Foundation and Foundation and Empire.
The temporary headquarters for the navy of Bel Riose, during the war between the Empire and the Foundation.
A fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Foundation series and Empire series of science-fiction novels
A fictional planet in Isaac Asimov's Robot Series.
The first book of the Hebrew Bible.