A as part of their overall character design, each of the thin-lined letters in the Linotype Orbit Light typeface sport a dot. This dot is found in a different position on each character, creating the illusion of various celestial bodies traveling about their orbits. If you need a futuristic font to paint on the side of your spaceship, or are looking for a font to fit in any all-around SCI-FI application, this might be it! In a hint towards timelessness, the design of Linotype Orbit's letterforms is geometric, and the font includes old style figures. Linotype Orbit Light was designed in 2002 by Italian designer Mauro Carichini, and is included in the Take Type 4 collection from Linotype GmbH.
Linotype Orbit supports 72 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)