by Annie Stein
Welcome to Solaris, traveller! Let me get you up to speed.
Solaris is a soft science fiction webcomic set in our own universe, kind of. Learn more by continuing to read, or click here to be taken to the comic.
Q:Where am I?   You're still in the system known as Sol. Except this time each planet is habitable and developed its own life. The people are humanoid, mostly.
Q:I heard something about a comic?   Oh yes! The main comic is still in development, but you can read the first few pages of Little Blue if you click here.  
Q:What's going on?   Sol is invading. The resentful sun sends its angelic armies: the Scourge. For now, they're being held back at Mercury by Penumbra.
by Annie Stein
Constant storms whip across the skies of Uranus. On those wild winds fly the Eyries; floating vehicle-cities. No one lives on Uranus without knowing how to fly, be it with craft or their own wings.

The Aer, Mare, and Terra

  Uranus is divided into three layers, Aer, Mare, and Terra. The Aer, or the upper winds, is what most people recognize as Uranus. A realm of wind, cloud and floating islands. Deeper within the planet are the Mares, gases so thick and dense they may as well be seas. Then, at the very core is the Terra, molten rock and gas.   The floating islands of Uranus are formed from meteors and other space debris that have been pulled in to the windy wastes of Uranus. These islands are colonized by migrating, fast-growing plants. For both the flora and the fauna these islands serve as temporary homes as they drift through the skies. The islands drift through the atmosphere before they're pulled down towards Terra to be reformed.
Uranian people have a reputation for being cold and standoffish. Even if a foreigner does adapt to life in the Eyries, it can take generations before they're truly welcomed into the community.
Icon depicting the planet Uranus
84.1 years
Solar Cycle
17 hours

Distance from Sun
18.3-20.1 AU
Natural Satellites
Titania, Oberon, 25 others
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Included Locations
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