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The United States of Star Wars - Geography Has Never Been This Geeky

Posted by YBMW Staff on August 31st, 2010
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Check out Rebecca Crane’s “The United States of Star Wars,” a map of the US made entirely of Star Wars planets “assigned based on partial terrain, landmarks that correlate with the planet and state, types of people in the state and planet, famous landmarks, or slightly randomly selected (but loosely based on facts) from my brother and myself.”

If geography class in high school was this geeky then maybe I’d have paid attention more.


Nerdy bonus, a complete breakdown of each planet by state:

Alabama - Trandosha
Alaska - Hoth
Arizona - Korriban
Arkansas - Thyferra
California - Adumar
Colorado - Mandalore
Connecticut - Alderaan
Delaware - Eriadu
Florida - Dagobah
Georgia - Taris
Hawaii - Mon Calamari
Idaho - Corellia
Illinois - Almania
Indiana - Moorja
Iowa - Taanab
Kansas - Lok
Kentucky - Umgul
Louisiana - Ord Mantell
Maine - Naboo
Maryland - Sluis Van
Massachusetts - Dathomir
Michigan - Kuat
Minnesota - Iego
Mississippi - Telos IV
Missouri - Talus
Montana - Wayland
Nebraska - Ansion
Nevada - Pantolomin
New Hampshire - Adarlon
New Jersey - Nar Shaddaa
New Mexico - Tatooine
New York - Coruscant
North Carolina - Brentaal IV
North Dakota - Nubia
Ohio - Dantooine
Oklahoma - Thule
Oregon - Endor
Pennsylvania - Tython
Rhode Island - Clak’dor VII
South Carolina - Death Star
South Dakota - Chandrila
Tennessee - Yavin IV
Texas - Kessel
Utah - Geonosis
Vermont - Ilum
Virginia - Fondor
Washington - Kashyyyk
West Virginia - Bespin
Wisconsin - Falleen
Wyoming - Bakura

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