Visit All Star Systems – Starfield

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If you want to visit all star systems in Starfield, then you certainly have your work cut out for you. With over 100 unique star systems in the game, working your way through all of them can be a very tedious, albeit rewarding, task. Completing this though will reward us with The Stars My Destination achievement.


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The Stars My Destination

The Stars My Destination is an achievement that you unlock after visiting all star systems in Starfield. When you unlock the achievement, you’ll be rewarded 20 points.

You can unlock this achievement at any point before the game’s ending. However, if you go into the final mission without having completed it, you won’t be able to unlock the achievement. 

This is the main achievement for the Star Systems in Starfield. The other one, Stellar Cartography achievement can be acquired after discovering at least 20 star systems.

List of All Solar Systems

There is a total of 100 solar systems to be found altogether. Here is a list of all of them in Starfield:

  • Alchiba
  • Algograb
  • Alpha Andraste
  • Alpha Centauri
  • Alpha Marae
  • Alpha Ternion
  • Alpha Tirna
  • Altair
  • Andromas
  • Aranae
  • Archimedes
  • Arcturus
  • Bannoc
  • Bannoc Secondus
  • Bara
  • Bardeen
  • Barnard’s Star
  • Bel
  • Bessel
  • Beta Andraste
  • Beta Marae
  • Beta Ternion
  • Beta Tirna
  • Bohr
  • Bolivar
  • Bradburry
  • Carinae
  • Celebrai
  • Charybdis
  • Cheyenne
  • Copernicus
  • Copernicus Minor
  • Coucault
  • Decaran
  • Delta Pavonis
  • Delta Vuples
  • Enlil
  • Eridani
  • Eta Cassiopeia
  • Fermi
  • Feynman
  • Freya
  • Gamma Vuples
  • Groombridge
  • Guniibuu
  • Hawking
  • Heinlein
  • Heisenberg
  • Huygens
  • Indum
  • Ixyll
  • Kang
  • Kapteyn’s Star
  • Katydid
  • Kryx
  • Kumasi
  • Leviathan
  • Linnaeus
  • Lunara
  • Luyten’s Star
  • Maal
  • Mahed
  • Marduk
  • Masada
  • Mcclure
  • Moloch
  • Muphrid
  • Narion
  • Nemeria
  • Newton
  • Nikola
  • Nirah
  • Nirvana
  • Oborum Prime
  • Oborum Proxima
  • Olympus
  • Ophion
  • Piazzi
  • Porrima
  • Procyon A
  • Procyon B
  • Proxima Ternion
  • Pyraas
  • Rana
  • Rasalhague
  • Rivera
  • Rutherford
  • Sagan
  • Sakharov
  • Schrodinger
  • Serpentis
  • Shoza
  • Sirius
  • Sol
  • Sparta
  • Strix
  • Syrma
  • Tau Ceti
  • The Pup
  • Tidacha
  • Toliman
  • Ursae Majoris
  • Ursae Minoris
  • Valo
  • Vega
  • Volii
  • Wolf
  • Xi Ophiuchi
  • Zelanzny
  • Zeta Phiuchi
  • Zosma

Once you visit all of these star systems, you will have officially explored all there is to be explored in Starfield. 

How to Visit All Star Systems

By far the best way to reach all of these solar systems is by using a spaceship that can gravity jump between solar systems. This will speed up your progress immeasurably and is honestly the only practical way to tackle this behemoth task.

The furthest distance between any two star systems is 28 lightyears. So, make sure your ship can comfortably jump this distance, as this will make visiting all star systems so much easier. You can see how many lightyears your ship can jump by heading to the settings menu. From here, click on the ship menu. You should be able to see a number under the Heading ‘Jump LY’. This number is how many lightyears your ship can jump. 

When you’re ready to make a jump, head to your ship’s control panel and select the GRV menu. From here, use your arrow keys/analog stick to divert as much power as you can spare to the Gravity Drive. Click confirm, then select the Star System that you want to travel to. So long as you’ve given Gravity Drive enough juice, you should be able to get to your desired destination in a matter of seconds. 

Tips for Visiting All Star Systems in Starfield

To make your life even easier, here are a few tips to help you visit all star systems in Starfield:

  • Think about fuel. With so much traveling, you’re going to be burning through a whole lot of fuel. As such, it’s a good idea to buy a ship with a massive fuel capacity. This will allow you to divert more juice to the Gravity Drive, and in turn, Grav Jump further distances.
  • Be prepared for a fight. Many of the star systems that you will encounter will house a host of hostile enemies. So, come prepared with your best guns and armor so you don’t get killed along the way.
  • Turn down the difficulty. If you’re really struggling to visit all star systems because of the hostile enemies, then consider turning down your difficulty. This will allow you to work towards your goal without constant enemy interruptions. 
  • Keep track. The last thing that you want to do when visiting all star systems is visit the same system twice! To avoid this, you can actually see which star systems you’ve already visited by hovering over the system on your Starmap. If it shows a percentage symbol, it means you’ve already visited that system.
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