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All 11 Major Planets Visited In The MCU So Far

By Mohit Srivastava
August 29,2022

Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is slowly heading towards a big cosmic showdown. The characters of MCU have visited various planets in their many adventures across the movies. The introduction of characters like Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy explored unlimited possibilities for many galactic adventures and stories. With no visible signs of slowing down, MCU is expected to expand more in the foreseeable future. However, here we will briefly be looking at the 11 major planets that MCU characters have visited so far.

1. Sakaar

Wormholes at Sakaar

Created by the Grandmaster, Sakaar is a trash planet in the Tayo star system. It is surrounded by numerous wormholes which deposit space waste into the planet. It is home to various stranded aliens of various planets. Time flows differently in Sakaar than that on Earth or most other worlds. Grandmaster organizes Gladiator matches among his champions, which are chosen from the stranded Sakaarians for his entertainment. Sakaar appeared in Thor: Ragnarok.

2. Ego

Ego

 

The planet Ego is not a planet per see’, but it’s a planetary embodiment of a Celestial. Featured in the Guardians of the Galaxy (GOTG) Vol. 2, Ego was portrayed by Kurt Russel, as the father of Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (Chris Pratt). During its creation, the celestial Ego was just a disembodied brain-like organism. With time, he started manipulating matters around him and eventually developed a protective sheath around himself. It eventually evolved into a life-like planet.

3. Xandar

Xandar

The Homeworld of Xandarians, Xandar is the capital of the Nova Empire. Located in the Andromeda Galaxy. it has a population of around 12 billion. It was where Nova Empire was at war with Kree Empire during 1014.  It also serves as the headquarters of the Nova Corps, which are basically like space police. is home to a thriving, diverse, technologically advanced, and socially liberal population. Its government is a stratocracy ruled over by Nova Prime. It is located in a three star-system. Xandar was featured in MCU in the first Guardians Of The Galaxy movie. It was later decimated by Thanos while retrieving the Power Stone from Nova Corps.

4. Vormir

Vormir

The homeworld of the Vorms, Vormir is the sixth planet in the Helgentar system. In the MCU, it featured in the Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. It was shown to be the resting place of Soul Stone, under the guard of Red Skull – the Stonekeeper.

5. Titan

Titan

Titans were a race of humanoid beings from the planet – Titan. Thanos, the mad Titan belonged to this planet. As he tells Gamora in Avengers: Infinity War He says that the planet eventually was crippled by overpopulation, causing a societal cataclysm that rendered the species functionally extinct, leaving him as the only surviving Titan. It is also the place where the Battle of Titan takes place between Thanos and Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Spiderman, and the GOTG.

6. The Garden

Planet 0259-S or The Garden

Featured in Avengers: Endgame, the Planet 0259-S or the Garden is a greenfield peaceful planet that Thanos moves to after decimating half of the universe’s population with the Infinity Stones. Nebula tells the Avengers that Thanos often bragged about his plans of retiring to the Garden after bringing balance to the universe. Later the remaining Avengers confront Thanos at the Garden where he reveals that he has destroyed all the infinity stones with their own power. Thor then beheads Thanos in front of everyone. In the comics, at the end of the Infinity Gauntlet story arc, Thanos fakes his own death and retires on a distant planet to be a farmer.

7. Morag

Morag

The first GOTG movie opened with Star-Lord attempting to fetch the Orb from the planet, Morag. It is also located in the Andromeda Galaxy. It is said that thousands of years ago, Morag was the home of an advanced and flourishing civilization. But they were wiped out by a global warming catastrophe. However, sometime prior to their demise, the inhabitants of Morag built a temple to guard the Orb, an artifact that contained an Infinity Stone. The planet then became entirely covered in oceans. But, every 300 years, the sea lowers and the temple becomes accessible. It is then that Star-Lord attempts to steal the Orb in the movie.

8. Berhert

Berhert

Featured in the GOTG Vol. 2, Berhert is a lush green planet covered in forests where Star-Lord first meets his father Ego after escaping from the Sovereign fleet. It has four known lunar satellites. Its residents are known as Sagittarians in the comics and they are ruled by Princess Daydra. As shown in the movie, its coordinates are M20 22A4834126+306CA12.

9. Contraxia

Contraxia

A cold and icy planet, Contraxia is often visited by the different Ravager Clans as a place to relax and for their ‘leisure’. It is also sometimes referred to as ‘Pleasure Planet’, due to the presence of a brothel called as Iron Lotus where people are entertained by android prostitutes known as Love Bots. It is featured in the GOTG Vol. 2 when Yondu Udonta and his ravages came to relax on the planet. Here Yondu meets Stakar Ogord (Sylvester Stallone) who banished him for breaking the ravaged code. The planet’s coordinates are: M15 5127512731+X1955KX.

10. Sovereign

Sovereign Planatary System

Featured in the GOTG Vol. 2, Sovereign is a collective of planets and the homeworld of the genetically engineered race of the same name. As depicted in the movie, it used the powerful Annulax Batteries as a power source for the infrastructures of the planet. However, often a multidimensional being called Abilisk often attacked these batteries. In its response, the Sovereign High Priestess – Ayesha hired GOTG to kill Abilisk. Later, Rocket Raccoon steals some of these batteries, leading to the Sovereign becoming an enemy of the GOTG. The planet’s coordinates are M49 5I0L339P21+H9LNI31.

11. Hala

Hala

As shown in the movie Captain Marvel, Hala is the homeworld of the Kree and the capital planet of the Kree Empire. In the comics, Hala is the homeworld of the Kree and the Cotati alien species. They both were known for their architectural marvels and scientific prowess. The planet’s coordinates are 8K1M.YY67A47+58E698L. The Kree Empire is ruled by an intelligent being called as the Supreme Intelligence.

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