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the Appearence from above



140,000 light years


1,100 light years

Conisdered volume

241,902,634.32641 light years3

Amount of arms


Type of core


Size of core

diameter of 2,800 light years (10%)

Amount of stars


Planet-possessing stars


Amount of planets


Planets per planet-possessing star


Amount of terran/habitable planets


Rotation period

43,000,000 years

Primary life forms


For the universe, see The Appearance

The Appearence Galaxy is a spiral galaxy inhabited by mainly space-age human civilizations. It is 140,000 light years in diameter, a rather large size, and has a peculiar core that is fluctuates in density and heat, resulting in periods of thousands of years where it is habitable, and thousands of years where it is not.

The Appearence has around 500 billion stars, around a tenth of which have a planet. In total, there are around 12,000 planets that can support human life. The core holds a large amount of these, being more dense than the other parts of the galaxy. At current, the core and the immediate surrounding areas harbor approximately 2–2.5 trillion humans. Human origin and evolution has not yet been revealed, but Alislore, being the largest planet by quite a margin in terms of population, is a primary candidate for the homeworld of humans.

Cosmography Edit

Parts of the Appearence can be identified using two names: Either its region or its sector. Its region is based on what formation it is in. Since there are nine arms and a galactic core to the Appearence, the regions are named this. There are also 400 sectors, which are designated cubic tiles (seven thousand lightyears across), ranging from A1 to T20. Commonly, it is more specific to refer to position relate to its sector, however some sectors can be in two regions at the same time.

Civilization Edit

Main article: List of civilizations

Civilizations dominate the core and the inner parts of some arms.

See also Edit