N x N=?


One of the outcomes of exploring is, usually, findings.


Category: Planet

Location: Box Galaxy within Box Nebula

Size: 12742 KM3
2068772822488 Kilometers3

Composition: Very similar to Earth, but orthogonal

Life form: Yes, one discovered so far: the Box Snake

Description: Box Planet was the inevitable discovery after the W.U.F.I. entered the Box Galaxy within the Box Nebula. This planet is entirely made of orthogonal structures. All five states of matter exhibit the same kind of geometry, as do all parts of their composition. Therefore, things like clouds, water, soil, as well as life forms are all structured according to isometric structures.

Notes: The W.U.F.I. also reported that everything on this planet is extremely easy to measure. It is also not clear at all how the Box Snake is able to move…

  • Box Planet
  • Box Planet-the surface


Category: Planet

Location: Relatively close to planet Earth on a universal scale; it would take only few generations to get there.

Size: N÷2

Composition: Very similar to our home planet, with the exception that everything is divided.

Moons: One, and it’s divided as well.

Life forms:
Life forms on this planet are divided into two main groups: one specimen lives on the flat surface; every other form of life lives on the round surface.

Nothing out of the ordinary – with the exception that there is only half.

W.U.F.I. has not yet figured out how gravity behaves in this system. In general, however, it seems pretty stable.

  • Planet Half and its moon


Category: Planet

Location: Relatively far

Size: Like a humongous planet, or a super tiny star

Composition: Star and planet combined, with some exceptions, probably

Life form: To hot to check

Description: Planet Star is both a planet and a star. At a first sight it looks like a regular star; getting closer, the W.U.F.I. could detect both clouds and atmosphere.

Notes: Being both a star and a planet, this particular item is a bit of an enigma. That is generally an exciting challenge for science, but the surface temperature is so high that was impossible to get closer without an inevitable melt down. That being the case, the W.U.F.I. did not get excited at all and left.

The W.U.F.I. only gets excited when it makes sense.

  • Planet-Star


Category: Galaxy Container

Location: Edge of the universe

Size: n x Kilometers3

Cluster of galaxies, all contained in an apparent frame with moving parts.

This is the first galaxy container found by the W.U.F.I.

These structures, varying in size and composition, were spontaneously engineered by nature, apparently to create some additional order in an environment that otherwise would be tricky to handle.

These structures can contain all possible galactic events and prevent them from drifting past the edge of the universe, unless they all drift together.

The W.U.F.I. could not calculate why any sort of ‘handling’ might be needed to maintain order in multiple galaxies. The W.U.F.I. also had to stay at a spectacular distance to take a picture and sometimes, for a better angle, had to step outside the Universe.

  • Galaxy container - in front of the universe
  • Galaxy container - view from universe edge


Category: Planet

Location: Really, really far

Size: 10,000 km diameter

Composition: Nothing really worth mentioning

Description: This planet has nothing on or above it

Life: Unknown

This is a very unusual report from the W.U.F.I. It was sent as a new planet discovery, which usually includes at least a few of the findings necessary to support the investigation. There is, however, absolutely nothing to report about this planet. So, there’s that.

There is a chance that the W.U.F.I. decided to include this celestial body under the ‘planet’ category because, at one point, it was able to detect a very subtle movement on the surface. Further investigation may support this.

W.U.F.I. also sent a log: “It is a mystery.”

  • Planet-Nothing


Category: Planet

Location: T.M.S. Solar System (Too Many Suns)

Size: 2.7 x Earth

The planet seems to be relatively similar to Earth but covered with some kind of space wax.

This planet, including its atmosphere, is almost entirely covered by a massive blanket.

Life forms:
Probably yes, under cover.

Due to its particular solar system, this planet is subjected to the light rays of multiple suns. It seems that a practical way to cope with this massive amount of light was to shelter most of the surface by covering it with a giant blanket. It is still not clear whether this is a natural phenomenon or if it was devised by some sort of civilization.

In any case, the W.U.F.I. politely decided not to investigate further.

  • Planet Blanket


Category: Planet

Location: Somewhere in between here and some place super far

Size: Roughly the size of planet Earth

Composition: Nothing remarkable, very similar to planet Earth with the obvious exception of having a very singular chemical composition

Description: Planet One of Each is a planet where only one of each thing exists. There is one mountain, one cloud mass, one stone, one life form, one lake…and so on.

Life forms: Yes, one, the Allephant

Notes: This planet could be very suitable for beings looking for a lonely, quiet stay; however, it’s not at all clear how the ecosystem would react to the presence of more than one life form on the planet’s surface.

  • Planet-one-of-each
  • The Rock
  • the stalk of grass
  • After the rain


Category: Planet

Location: Flat Galaxy

X = 24.327 km x 2
Y = 24.327 km x 2
Z = 0 km

Very similar to Earth. All of this planet’s particles are compressed into a bi-dimensional structure.

This planet is no different than many other planets in the universe, with one tiny exception: this celestial body, including its atmosphere and anything on it, is entirely flat.

The W.U.F.I. found this planet particularly amusing as it could fly over, below, and even between soil and atmosphere while remaining in deep space the entire time. It was also extremely easy to measure. The only problem is that anything dropped on the surface – including the extremely sophisticated devices used for further investigation – immediately turn into a bi-dimensional object and, therefore, useless.

Probably, and flat.

  • Planet-Bidimensional
  • Planet-Bidimensional-side view


Category: Planet

Location: Probably many

Size: None

Composition: Unknown

Life: Probably a lot

This planet has no size, only position… no matter how close or far away you are.

This planet was reported as such because the W.U.F.I. recorded a lot of audio data coming from its position. So, it’s fair to state that there is a lot of activity.

  • Planet-Point


Category: Planet

Location: Not so far away, but enough

Size: 2 x 8,660.5 km diameter + space in between

Composition: One side water, the other side grass

Life forms: One discovered so far, the Confetti Crocodile

Split Planet is split in two parts facing one another.
There is a structure in between that may allow for two very important things:
– The two parts are always connected, preventing either one from drifting off into deep space – or from collapsing into one other.
– A possible passage between the two sides, assuming the grass needs water. It may also allow life forms to move from one side to the other.

We generally think that gravity always works in the same way. That’s why the W.U.F.I. is still trying to figure out the unusual balance of matter and magnetic fields that prevent this planet from being a total mess.

  • Split Planet- close up