|Location||The Sol System|
|Inhabited by||The Sun People|
|First appearance||"A Big Piece of Garbage" (1ACV08)|
In the game,Disputed canon there is a civilization in the sun. They apparently have developed heat proof buildings, as well as the abilities to swim in lava, and shoot fire balls. There was a city on the sun ruled by Ra-Ra the Sun King. Ra-Ra nearly lost his leadership when a being claiming to be the Sun God tried to overthrow him and seize control of the star. It is most likely that all life on the Sun have died, as the Temple was destroyed.
While the Sun appears to be inhabitable, conditions upon which humans can coexist appear to differ, at one point a version of The Real World was shot there, however one of the contestants, could be heard screaming that he's burning to death. In the game Fry, Leela, and Bender could exist. However, on a later trip, they needed devices to allow them safe passage.
- The civilization's main export is dark matter,[game] so there might be Nibblonians living on the sun.Disputed canon
- The Robot Devil enjoys vacationing in the sun saying he "just loves the heat".[US#013]
- The people may have imported lava from other planets, as there cannot be natural lava on a star.Disputed canon
- While the Sun appears in the background of many episodes, only important appearances are listed here.
- "Space Pilot 3000" (1ACV01)
- "A Big Piece of Garbage" (1ACV08)
- "Put Your Head on My Shoulders" (2ACV07)
- "The Route of All Evil" (3ACV12)
- "The Farnsworth Parabox" (4ACV15)
- "The Late Philip J. Fry" (6ACV07)
- "The Inhuman Torch" (7ACV18)
- "The Bender You Say" (US#013)
- "Son of the Sun" (US#035)
- "Futurama" (video game) canon