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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
"The cluster that contains the planet Uranus and all satellites within its gravitational sphere of influence is also known as "The Mud" in military circles. While some claim it got this name from the UNSA and Settlement Defense Front's inability to get solid footing in the region, it's more likely a scatalogical reference to the cluster's name."
— In-game description.

The Uranus Cluster is a location featured in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

The atmosphere of Uranus is the coldest in the solar system. It was a major provider of helium fuel prior to the Charon Accords which forbade expansion into the furthest extents of the solar system. Despite Earth's desperate need for an alternative fuel supply, the UNSA ceded this cluster in hope of peace with the SDF.

Uranus[]

The atmosphere of Uranus is the coldest in the solar system. It was a major provider of helium-3 fuel prior to the Charon Accords which forbade expansion into the furthest extents of the solar system. Despite Earth's desperate need for an alternative fuel supply, the UNSA ceded this cluster in hope of peace with the SDF.

Uranian Moons[]

  • Ariel - used as a base for human supervision of the robotic helium-3 fuel harvesting from the atmosphere of Uranus. The base was evacuated after a diplomatic agreement with the SDF ceded UNSA control of the fuel resources in this cluster. Some colonists refused to leave their home and were summarily executed by the SDF.
  • Oberon - Oberon had a floating city under construction in its orbit, intended for deployment into the atmosphere of Uranus. After the UNSA left the cluster, the city was abandoned half built. It has been rumoured that SetDef had since occupied the incomplete husk.
  • Umbriel - the site of a mirror concentration array for solar power to be supplied to the robotic harvesting aerostats in Uranus' atmosphere. The extreme distance from the sun means that little solar energy reaches this remote cluster, necessitating the employment of solar power enhancement technology.
  • Titania - Titania was originally the site of a burgeoning UNSA settlement. When hostilities with SetDef spilled into the outer planets during the Secession Wars, the Front chose to make an example of the colonists here. Their frozen corpses were never recovered.
  • Miranda - the smallest moon of Uranus, its low-density and extreme seasonal cycles have made the moon more of a nuisance to establishing satellites orbiting Uranus than a valid location for facilities of any kind.
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