Sci-Fi & Fantasy Worlds In Literature Quiz
Do you recognize these extraterrestrial worlds from fantasy and science fiction literature? 10 Questions.
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This vast artificial world designed by Larry Niven encircles a Sun-type star. What's its name?
Terry Pratchett designed this flat world resting on the backs of four huge elephants which are in turn standing on the back of an enormous turtle. What's its name?
John Varley wrote a number of stories about a very large Stanford torus space habitat in orbit around Saturn. What's its name?
Space Station V
A double ring Stanford torus was designed by Arthur C. Clarke. What's its name?
Space Station V
Stephen Baxter's "The Time Ships", a sequel to H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine", features a system of orbiting satellite worlds that completely encompass a star. What's the name of such a space habitat?
Annular Space Habitat
What kind of space habitat is the Battle School in Orson Scott Card's novel "Ender's Game"?
Babylon 5 Space Station
Concentric Cylinder Tube Torus
In his novel "Eon", Greg Bear describes a hollowed out asteroid, subdivided into 7 vast terraformed cylindrical chambers. What's the name of this world that is larger on the inside than the outside?
Jack L. Chalker designed an artificial planet, composed primarily of 1560 large hexagonal regions, each with an independent climate and ecosystem. What's the name of this world?
Larry Niven designed the Godwheel in the "Ultraverse" books. What kind of artificial world is the Godwheel?
Wheel of Time
Stephen Baxter's alien Xeelee race made a cosmic string into a loop, somewhat similar to a Tipler cylinder. What's it called?
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