In the year 2841, the Solar System Planetary Treaty was signed, following a century of struggle between the Inner Belt Pact planets and the Outer Worlds Alliance. The unprecedented coalition was formed largely in response to new galactic threats. Despite deep rifts between the former combatants, only a united Solar System stands a chance of survival.
The white border symbolizes the massive dome that encircles the planet and provides an atmosphere for its inhabitants.
Two black dots memorialize the moons Phobos and Demos, detonated during the Third System War of the 25th century.
Two intersecting rings symbolize the planet's tilted axis and its eccentric path around the Sun.
Chevrons recall the planet's original function as a second military base for Earth.
The Red Storm is the main feature of this flag, as Jupiter's largest generator of interplanetary tourism.
The golden color of the trident references Neptune's vast planetary wealth, generated through methane farming and fuel production.
The black background suggests Earth's singularity as a planet that naturally supports life.
The two stripes atop the flag symbolize Pluto's stripped planethood and subsequent reinstatement in 2166. The open circle references its moon, Charon, an often unseen influence in Pluto's solitary orbit.