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The Milky Way galaxy is home to numerous locations including the Sol system.

Points of Interest

Points of Interest in the Milky Way Galaxy
Star system Planet Species Estimated population Type of government Level of technology
A-Chiltar (R Monocerotis, Earth designation)[1] A-Chiltar III[1] A-Chiltarians[1]
A-Chiltarians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
800 million[1] Tribal[1] Primitive interstellar, without lightspeed; less advanced than Earth[1]
Aerim, Honnj, Verserin (triple star system)[2] Xeron[2]
Xeron (Planet) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 103 001.png
Xeronians[2]
Xeronians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 12 001.jpg
3.8 million[2] Planetwide monarchy[3] High, with warp-drive starship and teleportation[3]
Ai Ma'an[4] Sirus X[4] Sirusites[4]
Sirusites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
45 billion[5] Matriarchy;[4] theocracy[5] Equivalent to Earth

[5]

Alpha Centauri A[1]
Alpha Centauri AB from Sub-Mariner Vol 1 18 001.jpg
Arima[1]
Arima from Sub-Mariner Vol 1 18 0001.jpg
Alpha Centaurians[1]
Alpha Centaurians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1.jpg
75 million[1] Feudal, with small interdependent kingdoms[1] Intermediate interstellar ships, attain almost lightspeed[1][note 1]
Alpha Unakalhai[1] Achernon[1] Achernonians[1]
Achernonians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
81 million[1] Dictatorship[1] Pre-industrial[1]
Arcturus (Arcturian System)[1]
Arcturian System from Marvel Presents Vol 1 10 0001.png
Arcturus IV[1]
Arcturus IV from Marvel Presents Vol 1 9 0001.png
Arcturans[1]
Arcturans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
4 billion[1] Variety of governments planetwide (democracies, dictatorships, monarchies)[1] Comparable to Earth[1]
Atianti[5] Lemista[5] Lem[5]
Lem from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
40 million on each world[5] Representative council[5] Superior to Earth[5]
Ba (Draconis, Earth designation)[6]
Ba from Avengers Vol 1 219 001.jpg
Ba-Banis[6]
Ba-Banis from Warlock and the Infinity Watch Vol 1 11 001.png
Ba-Bani[6]
Ba-Bani from Avengers Roll Call Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
92 million[6] Local militaristic dictatorship[6] Comparable to Earth[6]
Beta Centauri (Earth designation)[5] Centauri-IV[6]
Centauri-IV from Avengers Vol 5 21 001.png
Centaurians[6]
Centaurians from Avengers Forever Vol 1 1 001.jpg
100 million[6] Tribal[6] Primitive (penchant for bows and arrows);[6] comparable to Earth with little armament and no interestellar travel[5]
Beta Lyrae (Earth designation)[5] Jhb'Btt[7] Flb'Dbi[5] (alternatively written Flb'dbi)[7]
Flb'dbi from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
3.2 million[7] Socialist republics[7] Intermediate-level interstellar levels 500,000 years ago; presumably more advanced nowadays[7]
Beta Rigel (Earth designation)[5] Dakkam[4]
Dakkam from Fear -17 0001.jpg
Dakkamites[4]
Dakkamites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 4 001.jpg
37 million[5] TBA[8] Superior to Earth[5]
Beta Scorpi (Earth designation)[7] Elanis[7]
Elanis from Silver Surfer Vol 8 1.jpg
Elan[7]
Elan from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 3 001.jpg
2.7 million[7] Planetwide union of democratic nations[7] Build advanced interstellar ships with warp-drive; technology widely superior to Earth, but rarely used since fully developing their psionic abilities[7]
Betelgeuse (Earth designation)[5] Cron[1] Autocrons[1]
Autocrons from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
10 billion[1] Technocracy (ruled by world computer)[1] Advanced interstellar ships with warp-drive, superior to Earth[1]
Bledsoe[5] Courg[5]
Courg from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 4 0001.jpg
Courga[5]
Courga from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
20 million[5] Tribal[5] Inferior to Earth; some ballistic weapons[5]
Byjak[5] Quon[5] Quons[5]
Quons (Species) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 4 001.jpg
4.3 billion[5] Socialist[5] Moderately advanced interstellar ships; advanced knowledge of biochemistry[5]
Cetsin[9] Vrellnex[9] Vrellnexians[9]
Vrellnexians Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 11.jpg
6.4 billion[9] Hivelike, dominated by queens[9] Moderately advanced with warp drive starships capable of interdimensional travel[5]
C'lehr'ee[10] R'malk'z[10] R'malk'i[10]
R'malk'i from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 8 001.jpg
3.6 billion[10] Corporatocracy; most powerful one is Interplaneteur, Inc. with bases in different galaxies[10] Advanced warp drive starships[10]
Clyph[5] Clarius[5]
Clarius from Rom Vol 1 71 0001.jpg
Clavians[5]
Clavians from Rom Vol 1 71 0001.jpg
45 million[5] Tribal nations[5] Inferior to Earth; some ballistic weapons[5]
Delee[11] Chize[11]
Chize from Avengers Vol 5 21 001.png
Froma[11]
Froma from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 4 001.jpg
99 million[5][note 2] Ruled by corporations and cartels[11] Intermediate level starships, otherwise unremarkable[11]
Deneb (Earth designation)[5]
Deneb from Silver Surfer Vol 3 2 0001.jpg
O'erlanii[1] A'askvarii[1]
A'askvarii from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
2.5 billion[1] Benign anarchy, leaderless[1] Intermediate interstellar, with rudimentary warp drive[1]
Zenn-La[4]
Zenn-La from Silver Surfer Vol 3 101 0001.png
Zenn-Lavians[4]
Jartran Radd (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 3 50 0001.jpg
500 individuals[5] Utopia[5] Superior to Earth[5]
Denebola (Earth designation)[7] Deo / The Doomsday Star / Templeworld[7] Deonists[7]
Deonists from Thor Vol 1 261 001.jpg
200 individuals[7] Theocracy[7] Highly advanced, no new strides in centuries[7]
Dolenz[12] Laxidazia[12]
Laxidazia from Warlock and the Infinity Watch Vol 1 11 001.png
Laxidazians[12]
Laxidazians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
2.6 billion[12] Worlwide monarchy[12] Medieval, no interstellar travel[12]
Donatut[5] Entem[5] Entemen[5]
Entemen from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
98 million[5] TBA[8] Inferior to Earth; some ballistic weapons[5]
Dopner[5] Mikkaz[5] Kamado[5]
Kamado from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
50 billion[5] Totalitarian monarchy[5] Interstellar travel via warp drive[5]
Duggil[13] Stent[13]
Stent from Inhumans Vol 1 7 001.png
Stenth[13]
Stenth (Race) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
100 million (roughly 7 million per mobile city) million[13] Different in various mobile cities; most ruled by an elite class of City-Keepers who restrict lower classses to squalor-sections[13] Relatively primitive starships. Advanced genetics.[13]
Eferuge[14] Prosilicus / Venturus (destroyed)[14]
Prosilicus from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 53 001.jpg
Prosilicans[14]
Prosilicans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 7 001.jpg
5,000 individuals[14] None (formerly worldwide dictatorship)[14] Spaceships without warp drive. Highly advanced weaponry, now destroyed[14]
Elidra[5] Contraxia[5]
Contraxia from Jack of Hearts Vol 1 3 001.jpg
Contraxians[5]
Contraxians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
17 billion[5] Theocratic matriarchy[5] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel, advanced genetics[5]
Epsilon (now white dwarf)[7] Ravagor[7] Epsiloni[7]
Epsiloni from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 3 001.jpg
approximately 100 individuals[7] Fascistic military dictatorship[7] Intermediate level interstellar ships; other technology unremarkable[7]
Fakowl[5] Zundam[5]
Zundam from FF Vol 1 20 0001.jpg
Zundamites[5]
Zundamites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
59.640 individuals[5] Unknown[5] Superior to Earth[5]
Fomalhaut (Earth designation)[11] Pumor[11] Fomalhauti[11]
Fomalhauti from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 3 001.jpg
7.8 billion[11] Democracy[11] Advanced, with intermediate interstellar capacity[11]
Grosgumbique[5] Kodaba[5] Kodabaks[5]
Kodabaks from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
59 billion[5] Tribal[5] Inferior to Earth[5]
Horus[11] Horus IV[11] Horusians[11]
Horusians from World War Hulk Gamma Files Vol 1 1 001.jpg
1.3 billion[11] Monarchies; disputes with neighboring worlds settled by combat of champions[11] Advanced interstellar ships; bio-engineering expertise[11]
Hunyoc[5] Hiberlac[5]
Hiberlac from Rom Vol 1 67 001.jpg
Hibers[5]
Hibers from Rom Vol 1 67 001.jpg
444.000 individuals[5] Absolute democracy[5] Comparable to Earth; advanced in suspended animation technology[5]
Janstak[14] Birkeel[14]
Birkeel from FF Vol 1 20 0001.jpg
Ovoids[14]
Ovoids from FF Fifty Fantastic Years Vol 1 1 001.png
5 million[14] Worldwide democracy[14] Extraordinarily advanced. Virtual immortality through mind transfer to artificial bodies[14]
Jatskan (destroyed)[2] Xanth (destroyed)[2]
Xanth (Planet) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 7.jpg
Xantha[2]
Xantha from Fantastic Four Vol 1 7 0001.jpg
0[2] Worldwide technocracy headed by one person,[2] in practice technocratic dictatorship Extremely high: Antigravity and sonic to affect behavior of sentients; warp-drive starships developed but rarely built[2] or engaged in interstellar travel[5]
Jenzen[13] Taur (destroyed by Galactus)[13] Taurians[13]
Taurians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 10 001.jpg
200,000 survivors elsewhere[13] None (Previously democratic republics)[13] Relatively primitive starships, otherwise undistinguished[13]
Kirthom[12] Mekka[12]
Mekka from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 270 001.jpg
Mekkans[12]
Mekkans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
1.7 billion[12] Democracy[12] Interstellar travel with warp-drive. Highly advanced, especially in robotics.[12]
Kormuk[10] Tayp[10] Reptoids[10]
Reptoids from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 8 001.jpg
3.6 billion[10] Tribal[10] Unimpressive; no space travel.[10]
Krona[5] Ria[5] Kronans[5]
Kronans from All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update Vol 1 2 001.jpg
2.7 billion[5] Military dictatorship[5] Highly advanced graviton/anti-graviton technology used in powering starships.[5]
Lahj'kk[15] R'zahn[15] R'zahnians[16] aka R'zahn[15]
R'zahnians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 9 001.jpg
3.3 billion[5] Planetwide monarchy[15] Moderately advanced, with warp-drive starships[15]
Lomora (Capella, Earth designation)[6] Lotiara "Swampworld"[5]
Venesia from Defenders Vol 1 28 001.png
Badoon females[6]
Tolaria (Earth-691) from Defenders Vol 1 28 0001.jpg
40 million on Lotiara[6] Monarchy[6] Interstellar travel[6]
Lomyra[13] Thuvria[13]
Thuvria (Earth-616) from Rom Vol 1 19 001.jpg
Thuvrians[13]
Archon (Thuvrian) (Earth-616), Landra (Earth-616), and Rom (Earth-616) from Rom Vol 1 19 0001.jpg
3.4 million[5] Monarchies as of 200 years ago; currently unknown.[13] Medieval until 200 ago, when 1 nation acquired technology from the Dire Wraiths.[13]
M Canum Venaticorum (Earth designation)[7] Ergonar[7] Ergons[7]
Ergons from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 3 001.jpg
2.4 billion[7] Variety of governments planetwide, primarily military dictatorships[7] Intermediate level interstellar ships; otherwise comparable to Earth[7]
Mira[1] Oorga[1]
Oorga from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (film).png
Aakon[1]
Aakon from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 3 0001.jpg
300,000 (on planet), 800,000 (in space armadas) million[1] Militaristic, ruled by council of elders[1] Intermediate interstellar, slightly more advanced than Earth[1]
Mirpet[5] Beta[5] Betans[5]
Betans (Earth-616) from Godzilla Vol 1 12 001.jpg
65.900 individuals[5] TBA[8] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel[5]
Mega[12] Megans[12]
Megans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
2.7 billion (pre-Betan war: 5.5 billion)[12] Militaristic (council of warlords)[12] Advanced interstellar warp drive. Sophisticated weaponry. "Energexray" (sic.) to enhance physical strength but causes premature death[12]
Mu Cephi (Earth designation)[5] Astra[1]
Astra (Planet) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
Astrans[1]
Astrans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
10 million[1] Theocracy[1] Intermediate stardrive capacity; similar to Earth level[1]
Nanon[4] Mynda[4] Myndai[4]
Myndai from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
Unknown[5] Military dictatorship[5] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel, exotic weaponry[5]
Nardea[15] Solon[15] Solons[15]
Solons from Fantastic Four Vol 1 237 001.jpg
3.9 million[5] Planetwide democracy[15] Moderately advanced warp-drive starships. They use psionic powers to perform many tasks for which other races require technology.[15]
Nelweni[12] Levia (destroyed)[12] Levians[12]
Levians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
5 million (on board ship) [12] Democratic republic led by First Citizen[12] Interstellar ship without warp-drive. Highly advanced robots, labor-saving technology.[12]
New Jatskan[2] New Xanth[2]
New Xanth from Marvel Feature Vol 1 11 0001.png
Xantha (immigrated)[2]
Xantha from Fantastic Four Vol 1 7 0001.jpg
5 billion[2] Worldwide technocracy headed by one person,[2] in practice technocratic dictatorship Extremely high: Antigravity and sonic to affect behavior of sentients; warp-drive starships developed but rarely built[2] or engaged in interstellar travel[5]
Ouin[9] Kroke (abandoned)[9] Tribbitites (formerly)[9]
Tribbitites from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 2 0001.jpg
5.2 billion throughout Tribbite Empire[9] Hereditary monarchy ruling a minor empire of planets. Conquered planet's populations are enslaved to maintain machinery[9] Advanced technology stolen from other races; specialized in control of magnetism used to power spaceships warp drives and weapons[9]
Palyn[4] Dyofor[4] Judans[4]
Judans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
3.2 billion[4] Theocracies[4] Relatively undeveloped; regard science as evil[4]
Particulus[5] Nanda[5] Nanda[5]
Nanda (Race) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
26 million[5] Representative Council[5] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel[5]
Phalbo[14] Phantus[14]
Phantus from Thor Vol 1 282 001.jpg
Phantoms[14]
Space Phantom (Temporal Limbo) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 12 001.jpg
2.8 billion[14] Militaristic (generals)[14] Advanced weaponry. Highly developed time travel. Relatively primitive starships without warp drive.[14]
Poppupoo[5] Poppup (destroyed)[5]
Poppup from Fantastic Four Vol 1 11 001.jpg
Poppupians[5]
Impossible Man (Earth-616) from All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update Vol 1 1 001.jpg
45 individuals (out of the planet)[5] Benign anarchy[5] Minimal[5]
Procyon[14] Perratin[14] Procyonites[14]
Procyonites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
3.4 billion[14] Large tribal nations[14] Unimpressive; no space travel[14]
Proxima Centauri[2] Centuri-Six (sic.)[2]
Centuri-Six from Thor Vol 1 258 015.jpg
Centurii[2]
Centurii from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
400,000 individuals (before conquest)[2] Worldwide democracy[2] Comparable to Earth; little armament[2]
Quat[11] Grundar[11]
Grundar from FF Vol 1 20 0001.jpg
Grunds[11]
Grunds from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 4 001.jpg
2.5 billion[11] Matriarchal feudal states[11] Unremarkable; no interstellar travel[11]
Quistraa[4] Quistalium[4] Quists[4]
Quists from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 5 001.jpg
950,000 individuals[5] Various dictatorships[5] Superior to Earth. Faster than light travel. Exotic weaponry.[5]
Rempit[15] Berhert[15]
Berhert from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 111 001.png
Sagittarians[15]
Sagittarians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 5 001.jpg
4.5 billions (throughout their empire)[15] Monarchial semi-militaristic empire governing all planets in the Rempit solar system[15] Advanced interstellar ships with warp drive, tractor beams, psionic technology, force field, advanced medical techniques, interdimensional travel and communication.[15]
Rigel[10] Rigel-3[10]
Rigel 3 from Thor Vol 1 131 0001.jpg
Rigellians[10]
Rigellians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update Vol 1 3 001.jpg
17.7 billion (on Rigel-3 and other planets)[10] Technocratic empires; officials chosen for their high HQ[10] Advanced warp drive starships, manipulation of subatomic particles, teleportation, robotics (inc. Recorder, see); ability to move planets via tractor beams and space warps[10]
Ryneb[15] Ankara[15] Sligs[15]
Sligs from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
4.2 billion[15] Republics[15] Advanced starships with warp drive[15]
Sekar[11] Gramos[11]
Fourth Dimension from Thor Vol 1 208 0001.jpg
Gramosians[11]
Venom Space Knight Vol 1 5 Textless.jpg
1.3 billion[11] Elective monarchy[11] Highly advanced interstellar ships; machinery to store and transmit life force[11]
Sh'mengi[4] Lumin[4] Lumina[4]
Lumina (Race) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
46,000 individuals[5] Representative council[5] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel, suspended animation[5]
Sirius (Earth designation)[5]
Sirius from X-Men Vol 1 21 001.png
Sirius II (Yormot)[15] Siris[15]
Siris from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 0001.jpg
3.6 billion[15] Planetwide technocracy[15] Moderately advanced warp-drive starships[15]
Sirius III[5] Sirians[5]
Sirians from X-Men Vol 1 21 001.png
75 million[5] Dictatorship[5] Superior to Earth. Faster than light travel. Advanced robotics[5]
Sirius IV[5]
Snuup[13] Sneep[13]
Sneep from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 49 001.png
Sneepers[13]
Sneepers from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 10 001.jpg
4.1 billion[13] Totalitarian dictatorship of Sneep and empire[13] Low-level warp-drive starships. No nuclear power[13]
Sol[4]
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol 1 16 Textless.jpg
Earth[4]
Earth from Avengers vs. X-Men Infinite Vol 1 6 001.jpg
Earthlings[4]
Deviants (Homo descendus), Homo sapiens, and Eternals (Homo immortalis) from Eternals Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
XXX million[8] XXX[8] XXX[8]
Sslirteep[13] Sszardil[13] Sssth[13]
Sssth from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 10 001.jpg
4.3 billion[13] Dictatorships[13] Moderately advanced warp-drive starships; otherwise undistinguished[13]
Stinlar (Alpha Pegasi, Earth designation)[14] Lar, 5th from the sun[5] Pegasusians[14]
Pegasusians Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 7.jpg
2.8 billion[14] Republics dominated by commercial corporations[14] Advanced warp drive starships; technology capable of moving planetary masses through hyperspace (without gravitational stress within solar system's orbits); much of technology supplied by the Beyonders[14]
Tarkus, 3rd from the sun[14]
Stonus[13] Stonus I, II, III, IV and V[13]
Stonus V from Strange Tales Vol 1 74 0001.jpg
Stonians[13]
Stonians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
350 million[13] Monarchy[13] Teleportation between star systems, no starships[13]
Taloman[5][notes 1] Galador[5]
Galador from Annihilators Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Galadorians[5]
Rom (Earth-616) from Rom Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
5 billion[5] TBA[8] Superior to Earth. Faster than light travel. Exotic weaponry

[5]

Tarl[10] Rocklon[10] Roclites[10]
Roclites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
5.7 billion[10] Tribal[10] Low. No interstellar travel[10]
Tartaru[11] Interdis[11] Interdites[11]
Interdites from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
1.750 individuals[11] None[11] Highly developed, now destroyed[11]
Tilnast[15] Sarka[15]
Sarka from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 13 0001.jpg
Sarks[15]
Sarks from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 9 001.jpg
4.3 billion[15] Theocratic monarchies[15] Moderately advanced starships with warp drive[15]
Tk'kn[12] Kn'kn[12] Kt'kn[12]
Kt'Kn from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
2.4 billion[12] Technocracies[12] Highly advanced; interstellar ships, teleport globes, artificial mind control[12]
Tl'blk[4] La'kll[4]
La'kll from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 273 001.png
Klklk[4]
Kllk.gif
4.4 billion[4] Hive-like matriarchy[4] Intermediate-level starships. Skilled in genetic engineering in plants; agricultural society.[4]
T'letio[15] M'ggani[15] Sm'ggani[15]
Sm'ggani from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 9 001.jpg
5.1 billion[15][notes 2] Republics[15] Moderately advanced starships. Teleportation. Little knowledge of chemistry[15]
Ul[9] Ul'lula[9] Ul'lula'ns[9]
Nebulon (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 14 001.jpg
4.1 billion[9] Governed by a High Tribunal of judges[9] Highly advanced, with warp-drive starships[9]
unknown[5] unknown[5] Fonabi[5]
Terminus (Destroyer) (Earth-616) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition Vol 1 25 001.jpg
Unknown[5] Unknown[5] Superior to Earth; faster than light travel, advanced weaponry[5]
unknown Hemyclos 10[17]
Hemyclos 10 from Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four Vol 1 3 001.png
H'Mojen (colonists)[17]
H'Mojen from Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four Vol 1 2 0001.png
TBA[8] TBA[8] TBA[8]
unknown[5] Kymellia (destroyed)[5]
Kymellia (Planet) from Power Pack Vol 1 50 001.jpg
Kymellians[5]
Kymellians from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
Unknown[5] Republic with hereditary aristocracy[5] Superior to Earth's warp-drive starships and sentient computers (sic.)[5]
Kymellia III[18]
Kymellia III from Avengers Vol 5 21 001.png
unknown[6] Moord[5]
Moord (Planet) from Thanos The Infinity Revelation Vol 1 1 001.png
Badoon males[6]
Badoon from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 2 001.jpg
40 million[6] Monarchy[6] Interstellar travel[6]
Vega (Earth designation)[5] Vega-4 (Vega Superior) and other unnamed planets[9] Vegans[9]
Colossus (Vegan) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 59 0001.png
5.3 billion (through the system)[9] empire of planet through Vega solar system; governed by worldwide republic on Vega-4[9] Moderately advanced, primitive warp-drive starships[9]
Wole[12] Birj, moon of Marman[12]
Pheonix Force (Earth-616) Point One Vol 1 1.png
Landlaks[12]
Landlaks from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 6 0001.jpg
750 million[12] Each city governed by elder members of powerful families; previously a warlord ruled the planet[12] Primitive, no interstellar travel[12]
Wyllys[9] Broi[9] Tsiln[9]
Gog (Tsiln) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 104 001.jpg
Unknown[9] Unknown[9] Highly advanced warp-drive starships are recent. Incubators to program youngs with language and culture.[9]
Xantares[9]
Qnax (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 270 0001.jpg
Xantar[9]
Xantar from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 472 0001.jpg
Xantareans[9]
Xantareans from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 0001.jpg
3.4 billion[9] Monarchies[9] Moderately advanced with primitive warp drive starships[9]
Xaravaran[5] Xix[5] Xixix[5]
Xixix from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 16.jpg
14,000 individuals[5] Democratic republics[5] Superior to Earth, faster than light travel, exotic.[5]
Zpist[11] Glxx[11] Glx[11]
Glx from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 4 001.jpg
3.9 billion[11] Technocratic socialist republics[11] Highly advanced in molecular manipulation, bioengineering, intermediate level starships[11]
Zuccone[5] Huj[5] Hujah[5]
Hujah from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 15 001.jpg
3.9 billion[5] Tribal[5] Inferior to Earth; some ballistic weapons[5]

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References

  1. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 #1 states that their ship attain 85% lighstpeed; later Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #15 corrects this saying that they attain almost lightspeed.
  2. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 #4 listed 1.1 billion; Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #15 updates this figure to 99 million
  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.42 1.43 1.44 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "OHOTMU v1 #1" defined multiple times with different content
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  3. 3.0 3.1 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named OHOTMU v2 #12
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  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9 TBA
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  16. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 14
  17. 17.0 17.1 Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four Vol 1 3
  18. Power Pack #52 (TBC)
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