The events in the "Star Wars" trilogy (times two) take place in a galaxy far, far away -- that much is obvious. But it takes a whole lot of planets, moons and asteroids to make a galaxy.
A gas giant planet and its habitable moon are both called "Endor." Just don’t get them confused when you ask for directions to the Death Star.
Hoth is no vacation destination -- being stationed at Echo Base means close calls with frostbite and the warm, comforting innards of tauntauns.
Want to build a lightsaber with a purple blade? Don't go to Ilum -- the crystals found there will only produce blades that are green or blue.
Now a swath of intergalactic rubble, Alderaan, home of Princess Leia and Bail Organa, ran afoul of a moonlike space station.
Cloud City is just one of the many floating cities on Bespin, where Luke Skywalker lost a hand in a lightsaber duel with Darth Vader. Fortunately, his replacement hand was not possessed by evil forces.
Corellia is a little like a space-faring, piratical Switzerland -- it tried to stay neutral during the Count Dooku's Separatist movement.
Very foolish is one who doesn't remember Yoda's swampy hideout.
The insectlike Geonosians man -- or bug? -- android and weapons factories on the planet Geonosis.
Smugglers are familiar with the Kessel Run -- a way into and out of Kessel used to transport mined stimulants.
The watery planet of Naboo is home to humans known as Naboo and amphibians known as Gungans, the most famous of which is Jar Jar Binks.