New Earth is the uncreative name of a planet in multiple works of science fiction. Note that Aldiss and Anderson agree that the planet orbits the star Procyon.


  • orbiting Alpha Centauri C in Brian W. Aldiss's Helliconia Trilogy, Helliconia Winter, pp. 98-99
  • a.k.a. Procyon V in Brian Aldiss'a novel Starship, p. 153
  • Ben Bova's novel New Earth
  • a.k.a. Procyon VIII, a.k.a. Labura in Robert Silverberg's Master of Life and Death, pp. 119, 198
  • James Blish's Cities in Flight universe
  • a.k.a. Novaya Svoboda in Poul Anderson's "The High Ones," a short story in his collection The Horn of Time
  • Dan Simmons’s novel Hyperion, p. 283
  • Lelia Rose Foreman's novel Shatterworld
  • "New Earth" episode of Doctor Who, April 15, 2006
  • a.k.a. Centauri Three in John Varley's short story Air Raid, in his collection In the Hall of the Martian Kings, p. 57


  • Old Earth is a replica planet in Dan Simmons’s Hyperion


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