Hi, I've been doing research tonight to answer a guy on a French forum about an article on Hideki Sato and his interview on Sega16.com. To go deeper in my research, I checked the Sega planet codes. And Sega Retro with Wikipedia.fr say that there are no Earth project. https://segaretro.org/Planet_codenames However, when we turn a SEGA CD or a Mega CD 1 on, we see the Earth planet on the first bios screen. Wouldn't it be logic to link the Mega-CD to the project Earth ? It would be perfectly coherent because it is launched on December 12th 1991, three years after the Mega Drive in Japan. And the Mega-CD is obviously before the 32X (project March). So everything works if we respect the order of the planets according to the generation gap of Sega systems before the launch of the Dreamcast. Here is the order : Project Mercury : Game Gear Project Venus : Nomad Project Earth : Sega-CD / Mega-CD Project Mars : Genesis 32X Project Jupiter : Saturn with a Cartridge format (will be cancelled) Project Saturn : Saturn with a CD format (the one released in the world) Project Titan : Saturn ST-V arcade card (Titan, being a satellite/moon of Saturn planet) Project Janus : A graphic tablet with a 32X hardware (Janus, being a satellite/moon of Saturn planet). https://segaretro.org/Sega_Picture_Magic Project Neptun : fusion between a Mega Drive and a 32X (aborted project as well) Project Uranus : unknown, maybe Uranus making "your anus" in English, Sega didn't want to use it for obvious reasons... Project Pluto : Saturn with an integrated modem (never released, 2 prototypes of this are known in the world…) What do you think, everyone ?