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Arctic and subarctic planets are often described as scenes of action in works of science fiction. They provide backdrops familiar from tales of arctic exploration on Earth.

List of Arctic PlanetsEdit

AEdit

  • Andor (icy moon orbiting a ringed gas giant which orbits Procyon VIII or Alpha Canis Minoris) - Star Trek universe
  • Argus IV - James Blish's Cities in Flight universe

BEdit

  • Balthus in Samuel R. Delaney's Nova, brief reference
  • Buktu - Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Hellhole

CEdit

  • Colin Harvey's novel Winter Song
  • Cadomai - Star Wars universe

EEdit

  • Ender's Planet - Orson Scott Card's (derivative, see Heinlein's Starship Troopers) Ender's Game

HEdit

IEdit

  • Isheimur - Colin Harvey's Winter Song

MEdit

  • Medusa - Jack L. Chalker's The Four Lords of the Diamond series
  • Mygeeto - Star Wars universe

NEdit

PEdit

  • Palvin - Jack C. Haldeman II's novel Perry's Planet', brief reference p. 34

REdit

  • Rhen Var - Star Wars universe
  • Rhinnal - Star Wars universe
  • Rigel X (partially terraformed) - Christopher L. Bennett's Star Trek: TOS universe novel Tower of Babel (Rise of the Federation series)
  • Rossem (sub-Arctic) - Isaac Asimov's Second Foundation pp. 34-49, 64-70

SEdit

  • Skustell Star Wars universe
  • Sol Draconi System in Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos

TEdit

  • Tulamaine IV or Tulamane IV (orbiting the star Trixel) - Alien Trespass 2009 film

UEdit

VEdit

  • Vasthold - Scott Westerfeld's The Risen Empire and The Killing of Worlds

WEdit

  • Warworld 3663Ω - Christoher Adam's novel Cold War

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