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Revoltwo-Kepler I
Revoltwo-Kepler I
Galaxy Euclid
Region Gocutul
Color Yellow
Spectral class G9f
Distance to centre 691,291 light‑years
Galactic coordinates 08C5:0077:014A:0027
Planet(s) 6
Moon(s) 0
Faction Korvax
Economy High Voltage
Wealth Unsuccessful
Conflict level Aggressive
Claimed by Empire of Phantomium Marxium
Discovered by blek18
Discovery platform Xbox
Game Mode Normal
Updated Beyond

Revoltwo-Kepler I is a star system in No Man's Sky.


Revoltwo-Kepler I is a star system in the Xbox universe of No Man's Sky.

It was considered the capital system of the civilization known as the Empire of Phantomium Marxium.

Alias names[]

Xbox Current: Revoltwo-Kepler I


By Xbox Explorer Jikomiko.

Planets & Moons[]


  • Hoth (EPM)
  • New Cordia
  • Phantom-428
  • Leninska
  • Gieralde Omega
  • Nitrinia

Location Information[]



System Location[]

The system is located in the Beta Quadrant of the Euclid galaxy. Its region is named Gocutul.

Space station[]

Equipment Blueprints[]

S Class blueprints include:

Exosuit Upgrades[]

Category Price
Radiation Protection Module 591NANITES.png
Toxic Protection Module 557NANITES.png
Shield Module 590NANITES.png
Underwater Protection Module 423NANITES.png
Life Support Module 594NANITES.png

Exocraft Upgrades[]

Category Price
Humboldt Drive Module 480NANITES.png

Starship Upgrades[]

Category Price
Phase Beam Module 574NANITES.png
Hyperdrive Module 574NANITES.png

Multi-tool Upgrades[]

Category Price
Pulse Spitter Module 562NANITES.png
Blaze Javelin Module 595NANITES.png


Since Beyond, some Modules changed and all of them got increased prices. It is unknown whether the guild envoy is still a Merchants Guild representative.

Additional Info[]


This system was the old capital of the Empire of Phantomium Marxium in the Visions Era, while it was occupying the regions of Gocutul and the surrounding areas.

Members of the EPM tended to refer to it as Kepler.