There are several galaxies in every universe. Traditionally each universe had nine galaxies. However, the number varies in newer universes with some having as few as four or five.
Each solar system contains 15 slots for planets, plus one uncolonizable slot, Outer Space. Each planet may have a debris field and/or a moon. This allows for a total of 67,365 possible planet locations in a universe with nine galaxies.
Each galaxy is a distance of 20,000 units from the next and previous numbered galaxies.
Some universes are circular. This means that the last galaxy is as close to the first galaxy as the second galaxy is.
In order to get an overview of the whole systems and the player's locations, the community founded user-projects like ogame.gamestats.org, where everybody can help to create a huge map.
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