The galaxy in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is vast. Though a large portion of it has been explored, several areas still remain uncharted. It is separated into quadrants and sectors.
The galaxy has no confirmed name, but it is safe to say that it is not the Milky Way.
The term "quadrant" suggests that the galaxy is split into four segments; however, they don't seem to exclusively follow the Greek alphabet for categorization. There are more than four named quadrants, though it is possible some of these names are nicknames for the others.
The Gamma Quadrant is the most explored, housing Capital Planet and the headquarters of the Galactic Alliance.
This quadrant was mentioned in "Lost in Time".
The Evil Emperor Zurg's base of operations is situated in the Zeta Quadrant and is for the most part unexplored besides by his forces.
Torque committed a series of robberies on cargo freighters here. There is also a wormhole located here for people to travel to places such as Tradeworld quickly, though after the wormhole closes it takes time for the next one to come.
This quadrant was mentioned in "The Main Event".
It is once mentioned in "The Torque Armada" that there are at least fifty sectors. It is not certain whether these sectors are all in one quadrant or spread out throughout the galaxy. The following are the names of known sectors.
Mentioned in "The Planet Destroyer". This is where Zurg kept his Planet Destroyer, with which he transported Tradeworld and Tangea to another dimension, causing everyone to think that they had been destroyed.
Planets and Moons
Mentioned in "Good Ol' Buzz". Apparently, Buzz had recently bought a condo there, but it promised a future infestation of salt rats that "hide in the trees and bite hard".
A pelagic planet (no known landmass but is completely covered by water). The populace of Bathyos is entierly water-dwelling, with the exception of some air-breathing offworlders who live in a dome colony.
Details unknown - however, one of the illegal hunters in "The Beasts of Karn" hailed from this world.
A rocky planetoid, Binipinardia served as a sort of storage vault for a gas capable of 'devolving' beings.
This rocky, inhospitable planet; seen in "Wirewolf"; hosted a research facility studying the planet's radioactive moon.
A habitable planet of beings no more than a few inches tall, who have recently joined the Galactic Alliance.
A habitable planet which serves as the 'breadbasket of the galaxy', home to a species of large, red-skinned bipedal sentients; of which Booster Munchapper is an example.
A habitable planet (possibly in a closer orbit to its sun than most), Karn is a world almost entirely covered in jungle and populated by ferocious carnivorous beasts. A popular source for black market animal pelts and hunting expeditions.
A habitable planet, exclusively designed for the purpose of entertaining vacationers and separating them from their money as efficiently and pleasantly as possible.
This is the galaxy's newest prison planetoid, where many dangerous criminals are held after being apprehended.
A peaceful habitable planet where the LGMs reside in harmony. The real name of their planet was shown as Œzạ£▪◊βGæ!. Home to the LGM UniMind.
An habitable planet which possibly orbits a red giant (inferred from the dark skies and reddish tinted light), and serves as the headquarters for Zurg's evil empire.
Details of this planet are unknown, though it is known thatvthe inhabitants resemble toilets.
The homeworld of the Raenoks, this dark and over-industrialized planet boasts some of the most secure prisons in the galaxy.
A low-tech habitable planet (c. 1950s Earth-level technology) in a previously uncharted region of space.
A habitable planet of peaceful vegetation-loving people who developed an impressive array of biologically engineered technology.
A habitable resort moon which seemed to be a popular vacation destination. Destroyed in "Speed Trap".
Mentioned in "Millennial Bugs". A creature called the fuzzy trill, now extinct, used to be from this planet.
One of the worlds of the Galactic Alliance, Tangea is home to two species colloquially known as Royals and Grounders; both of which have advanced mental powers and tend to keep to themselves.
A notorious hive of scum, villiany, and black market trading. Often a starting point for Team Lightyear's missions.
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