Wall of Stars
Spiral Galaxy
Position Unknown
Size 110,000 light years in diameter
Population Glatorian, Agori, Matoran, Toa, Turaga, various more
Status Intact
Pronunciation Wall of Stars

The Wall of Stars, was a name given to the Spiral Galaxy by the inhabitants of Spherus Magna several thousand years ago. It is the Galaxy in which Spherus Magna inhabits.


For centuries, the band of the galaxy was visible in the night sky to the inhabitants of Spherus Magna. They saw that it appears as a "wall of stars", hence they gave it the name, Wall of Stars.

The Great Beings came to this galaxy well over 200,000 years ago. They landed on Spherus Magna, one of the millions of planets in this galaxy, but one of the few habitable ones.

After the Reformation of Spherus Magna, the inhabitants of that world sent probes into space to try and better understand their home galaxy.
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The Wall of Stars galaxy as seen from a distance


Like most galaxies throughout the Universe, the Wall of Stars had several billion stars, several million planets within it, as well as Supernova, nebulae, blackholes, and various other objects. Most of the planets in the galaxy orbit around stars, like Solis Magna.

Not many of these planets are in the Habitable Zone, which means that they cannot support life, like the Spherus Magna species.

In the center of this galaxy is a Supermassive Blackhole.
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The Wall of Stars as viewed from around Spherus Magna

Strangely, many other galaxies can be seen through this galaxy, even through it's densest regions. It has well-defined spiral arms, and a large bar in the center. It also appears to have a disk of gas around it.



  • The picture used for the Wall of Stars is the barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1300.
  • The image viewing the galaxy from Spherus Magna is of the Milky Way.
  • Image credit: Wikipedia and NASA.

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