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Kanji きゅう
Rōmaji Chikyū
Astrographical Information
Universe 7th Universe 7th Universe
6th Universe 6th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Suns 1
Orbital Period 365 standard days
Rotation Period 24 hours
Counterpart(s) Earth (6th Universe)
Physical Information
Class Terrestrial
Climate Varied
Primary terrain Varied
Points of interest North Area
West Area
East Area
South Area
Societal information
Native Species Earthlings
Immigrant Species Saiyans
Population 6 billion[2]
Major Cities Central Capital
Northern Capital
Western Capital
Eastern Capital
Southern Capital
Satan City

The Earth (きゅう, Chikyū), also known as 877 of 4032,[3] is the homeworld and namesake of the Earthling race and serves as the primary setting for the Dragon Ball series. According to both Gine and the Galactic King, before the events of the main Dragon Ball series, Earth was a planet that wasn't well known due to the general worthlessness of its native species and natural resources.[4][5]


Much of Earth's history is generally left in the shadows. It is known that Beerus visited the planet once before, and the dinosaurs that inhabit the planet took a bad attitude with him. He believed he destroyed them all, though this is known to be false.[6] Despite being noted multiple times to have a fledgling civilzation, Earth has been technologically proficient for at least three centuries, with access to electronic technology such as rice cookers dating back to Mutaito's battle with Piccolo, which was 300 years prior to the start of the series.[7]

Early conflicts[]

Piccolo Daimaō's Dominion[]

Saiyan Attack[]

Showdown with Garlic Junior[]

Freeza's Invasion[]

Androids Invasion[]

Cell's Rampage[]

Majin Bū's Rampage[]

Visit of the Hakaishin[]

Freeza's Revival[]


The planet of Earth is divided into four sections:

  • The North Area (北部) containing the most northern locations on the planet.
  • The West Area (西部) containing the most western locations on the planet.
  • The East Area (東部) containing the most eastern locations on the planet.
  • The South Area (南部) containing the most southern locations on the planet.



The entirety of the planet is governed as a Federation. The Federation is divided into 43 small countries that are unified as a sole country, in which is governed in such form in order to circumvent global conflicts and wars between country. The entirety of the world as been administratively divided into four cardinal sections.[8]


In Other Timelines[]

Trunks' Timeline[]

Death of Son Gokū[]

Attack of the Androids[]

Siege against Babidi's Forces[]

Zero Mortals Plan[]

Cell's Timeline[]

In Other Universes[]

6th Universe[]

According to Vados, an Earth also exists in the 6th Universe, as the 6th and 7th Universes are twin universes. As stated by Whis, it's the third planet in the solar system. However, unlike the 7th Universe's Earth, the 6th Universe's was ravaged by war and destruction, rendering humanity extinct on that planet.[9] In the anime, it's shown as a barren wasteland without ocean nor signs of life.[10] After the 6th Universe and 7th Universe Hakaishin Selection Martial Arts Competition, Beerus secretly uses the Super Dragon Balls to restore the planet, with the same level of civilization as 7th Universe's.[11]


  • According to Jaco, one in every hundred thousand flies on Earth is a spy robot sent by the Galactic Patrol to record information on the planet.[12]
  • Although the planet is not an exact representation of its real-life counterpart, the Yen is used as a currency, despite the fact that Japan does not seem to exist on the series.
  • The planet is located on the edge of the universe.[13]


  1. Daizenshū 4, page 31
  2. Dragon Ball volume 19
  3. Dragon Ball Super episode 3
  4. Dragon Ball Minus, page 11
  5. Dragon Ball Minus, page 16
  6. Dragon Ball Z: God and God
  7. Dragon Ball chapter 151, pp. 6-8
  8. Daizenshū 7, page 38
  9. Dragon Ball Super chapter 5
  10. Dragon Ball Super episode 28
  11. Dragon Ball Super episode 41
  12. Jaco the Galactic Patrolman chapter 1, page 25
  13. Dragon Ball Super chapter 6, page 14