The entire galaxy is an editable wiki

Knowledge Base Wiki

The Knowledge Base contains valuable information for all site users as well as for site visitors. This includes information about:
  • Galaxiki itself and how to use the site,
  • Solar Systems with interesting stories (you may add your system(s) here too),
  • Science and Scientists plus related subjects (from astronomy to particle physics),
  • Science Fiction authors, books and movies,
  • as well as anything else...
Galaxiki is a wiki based science fiction and fantasy galaxy: each star, each planet and each moon is represented by a wiki page that can be edited by users. Membership is free, Sign up now to start editing stars, planets and moons.

Veni

is the 1. planet in the Jega (TDD862) system

written by gem228

The Veni planet is slightly larger than Sini and a year on Veni is equal to 654 days with the planet rotating every 4 hours. The Veni planetary system commands 21 moons all orbiting at different distances with some in elliptical paths around the planet. The planet also commands 5 rings. These rings have been formed by collusions impacts from moons colliding into other moons on more elliptical paths around the planet. The material from these moons then settles into a more stable orbit around the planet creating the rings. The planet is covered by ice for 55 percent of the planet’s surface area. The atmosphere of the planet has a makeup of Hydrogen, Helium, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide. The surface temperature is -213 degrees which ...

More recent solar system updates: Khidro or Thiy Ardela

A quite unique science fiction wiki

Galaxiki is a completely new kind of science fiction and fantasy wiki, as it's a complete galaxy with millions of stars, planets and moons that are all represented by wiki pages. It's a collaborative community website where all users can help to fill the galaxy with life.

A wiki is software that allows users to create, edit, and link web pages easily, and one of the best known wikis is Wikipedia. Just as Wikipedia allows to edit articles, Galaxiki allows to edit stars, planets and moons. In fact you may consider each object in our science fiction galaxy to be one editable article:

  • You can name a star, and also name all of its planets and moons
  • You can edit physical properties of planets and moons (to some degree)
  • You can write articles and stories, describing planets and their histories for example

One of the most interesting points is that your work doesn't have to be isolated. In general we'd like to follow common physical rules, but as this is a science fiction site some physical rules can be broken, and that's how it's allowed to travel faster than light in our galaxy. Which means that species from different planets and solar systems can meet, and users have to take care to keep the entire histories and stories consistent.



as seen on...
You may also want to check out our other web projects:
Morzino, an e-Learning community with online training software
Jamplifier, a platform that allows artists to improve their music
©2006-2017 Joopita Research a.s.b.l | About | Buy a Star | Name a Star | Info Pages
Donations | Sponsoring | Advertising | Affiliate Program | Support | Press
Copyright | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Contact Us
Some photographies used on this site are by NASA, they are in the public domain.
Jetzt kostenlos anmelden!Registrieren
Benutzername oder E-Mail Passwort - Passwort vergessen?Registrieren
angemeldet bleiben
HomeInfoSonnensystemeWikiNewsFeedForumBlogCommunityShop
english science fiction science fiction united kingdom science fiction auf deutsch science fiction en francais