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1312
Aldebaran
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A Type K5 star only 68 light-years from Sol, named and sighted as one of the brightest in the night sky by Earth's ancients. Aldebaran is known by its old Earth Bayer classification: Alpha Tauri....

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Starfleet Academy
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The Federation's primary academic and leadership center of higher education for its Starfleet officer corps is based at San Francisco, Earth, adjoining Starfleet Headquarters in a complex near the...

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1329
Ophiucus System
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Location of a U.S.S. Discovery skirmish with the Klingons in the mid-23rd century. The system contains a Class-M planet, Ophiucus III which was the attempted destination of Harcourt Fenton...

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1513
M-113
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Class M planet whose dominant humanoid species became extinct in 2266, last seen by a Federation archeology team of Robert and Nancy Crater. The natives, who fed maily n salt, had the power of...

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1533
Alpha V
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An Earth colony that was home to some of Charles Evans' relatives in 2266.

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1672
Alfa 177
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Class-M planet geo-surveyed by the U.S.S. Enterprise on stardate 1672.1, when a transporter malfunction trapped Lt. Sulu's landing party on the surface overnight during freezing cold that left...

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1709
Neutral Zone, Romulan
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An area of space between the United Federation of Planets and the Romulan Star Empire that measures approximately one light year and serves as a "buffer" zone.  Any incursion into the...

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Remus
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Sister planet of Romulus and one of the two planets gripped by a bird's talons in the Romulan Empire insignia. Although a neighbor to Romulus, Remans bear little physical resemblence to the more...

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2254
Class-M planets, various
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Planets that are highly supportive of organic life. Both Earth and Vulcan are Class-M planets.   In the Alpha/Beta Quadrants, one otherwise unnamed world among several Class-M planets...

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Talos IV
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Class-M planet, home of the Talosians. Thousands of centuries ago, a nuclear war nearly wiped out the entire civilization; the survivors lived underground where they became dependent on...

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2534
Ekos
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Orbiting the star M34 Alpha, Ekos is the home of a humanoid native race which was corrupted by unauthorized Federation hstorian John Gill into adopting the Nazi credo and attacking neighbor world...

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Zeon
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The outer of two planets of M34 Alpha and home to a humanoid native race preyed upon by sister planet Ekos in rthe mid-2200s. The culture has rudimentary interplanetary travel.

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2947
Alpha III
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Origin of the civil liberties document cited by Samuel T. Cogley during Captain Kirk's court-martial on stardate 2947.3.

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3045
Archanis
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Star with at least four planets and the namesake of its sector, adjoining the Bajor sector, three days journey from DS9 and visible from the Cestus region. Relinquished by the Klingons along...

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Cestus
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Star. Its system of at least three planets is eight weeks from DS9 at maximum warp.

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3141
Ceti Alpha V
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The rugged Class-M world is where Captain Kirk leaves Khan Noonien Singh, former Lieutenant Marla McGivers and Khan's band of Eugenics War-era "supermen" survivors from the Botany Bay to fend for...

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3192
Eminiar VII
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M-class planet with an advanced civilization that has been at war with its neighboring planet, Vendikar, for over 500 years. While on a diplomatic mission, the crew of the U.S.S Enterprise...

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3198
Organia
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A planet of non-corporeal beings who stopped a war between the UFP and Klingon Empire in 2365 and enforced the first detente between them for years afterward. Kor led the Klingons' would-be...

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3287
Deneva
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M-class planet considered by many to be one of the most beautiful in the galaxy, colonized by humans in the 22nd century, later becoming a Federation world, and used as a freighting line base in...

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3372
Altair VI
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Center of the Altair system, the planet was recovering from a longtime intersystem war when the U.S.S. Enterprise was ordered to attend its new president's inauguration ceremony in 2267. The visit...

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3417
Berengaria VII
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A planet known for its dragon-like lifeforms.

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3468
Antos IV
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Home to both a species of giant energy-generating worms and an intelligent species using the art of cellular metamorphosis. Captain Garth learned the ability while convalescing on this planet.

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3478
Aldebaran III
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Longtime Federation member planet on which Janet and Theodore Wallace performed experiments using carbohydrate compounds to slow the aging of plants. Grand Nagus Zek's nephew Belongo was...

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3497
Capella IV
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Class-M planet with relatively primitive tribal inhabitants. The planet is a rich source of topaline, a rare mineral vital to the life-support systems of many Federation colonies. The U.S.S....

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3614
Alpha Carinae V
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The home planet of the Drella, an entity that absorbs energy from the feelings of love it senses around it.

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Alpha Majoris I
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Homeworld of a lifeform known as the Mellitus, which is gaseous in transit but becomes solid when still.

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Alpha Proxima II
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One of several planets where female residents were brutally stabbed to death in the style of Jack the Ripper. A lifeform that fed off terror and fear was responsible.

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Argelius II
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Class-M planet strategically important for its port for space-faring races, especially thanks to its hedonistic and hospitable humanoid natives. It was beset by the murdering Redjac entity in 2267.

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3619
Tycho IV
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World where a dikironium cloud creature was chased and desroyed in 2268 by the U.S.S. Enterprise. The Class M but unpopulated world suffered cataclysmic atmospheric damage in the antimatter...

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3842
Babel
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Neutral rogue planet where the Federation Council met in 2267 to determine the admission of the Coridian planets to the Federation.

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Coridan
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Coridan is the collective name of a group of inhabited worlds in the Coridan system, whose admission to the United Federation of Planets was debated and ultimately approved during the Babel...

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Orion
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Also known as the Orion Syndicate, the name "Orion" refers to a loose nation or empire run and administered by green-skinned humanoids. The most notable of these are the so-called "green animal...

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4372
Tellun
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A binary system with a G-class star and an A-class star near the Klingon-Federation border. During the mid-23rd century, the system was under Federation control including two planets in the...

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4598
Beta Antares IV
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Whether populated or not, this world was mentioned as the home of a confusing card game named fizzbin in a ruse by James Kirk to escape captors on Sigma Iota II in 2268.

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4657
Andromeda Galaxy
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Nearest neighboring galaxy to the Milky Way. Origin of the intelligent, noncorporeal spacefaring species known as the Kelvans.

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4729
Alpha Carinae II
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Class-M planet on which Dr. Daystrom's M-5 computer was tested in 2268.

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4842
Amerind planet
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A Class-M planet, otherwise unnamed, located in a dense asteroid belt and home to a colony of Native Americans that were transported there from Earth by an ancient race known as the Preservers...

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Miramanee's Planet
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Class-M planet where an ancient civilization known as the Preservers transplanted several tribes of Native Americans centuries ago. The planet was in the midst of a dangerous asteroid belt, so...

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5476
V, Daran
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A Class-M Federation planet with a population of 3,724,000. In 2268 the U.S.S. Enterprise was sent to divert what was thought to be an asteroid on a collision course with the planet. The asteroid...

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5523
Archanis IV
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Federation colony world which Gowron wanted evacuated in 2372-73; Sisko says it's "a long way from [DS9]." While under the power of a hostile entity, Pavel Chekov once claimed that the...

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5730
Ariannus
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A planet threatened by a bacterial invasion in 2268, until the Enterprise conducted an orbital decontamination.

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5818
Ardana
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A Class-M planet and Federation member in 2268, despite its dual system — the privileged upper-class lives in the city of Stratos, considered the finest example of sustained antigravity...

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Stratos
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Planet: Ardana   A city that literally floats in the clouds, entirely supported by anti-gravity engineering. Stratos dwellers comprise the ruling class of Ardana, as opposed to...

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5928
Benecia Colony
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A young Federation colony with only minimal medical facilities in 2269, when Dr. Janice Lester used them to hide her life-energy transfer with James T. Kirk.

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Camus II
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A planet long dead and once was home to a highly advanced race with the power to exchange life-entities. Their ruins have long been studied by Federation scientists. In 2269, a Federation team...

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5943
Beta Niobe
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The name of a star that went nova on stardate 5943.7 (2269), destroying its only planet, a Class-M world named Sarpeidon whose inhabitants fled to safety via a time portal. At that time, the...

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Sarpeidon
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A populated, Class-M planet that was wiped out when its star, Beta Niobe, went supernova in 2269. Its humanoid population had built a time-travel device, maintained by Mr. Atoz, that...

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9521
Qo'noS
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Native name for the Klingon homeworld, a planet of the star Klingon and the site of the Imperial Empire's capital First City. It is sometimes standardized as "Kronos." It includes a lone huge...

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46379
Bajor
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The Class-M homeworld of the humanoid Bajoran race is Earth-like in appearance with large, blue oceans and seas that appear a little more greenish than Earth's from orbit. A "day" is a 26-hour...

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Bajoran Wormhole
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Discovered on stardate 46379.1 by Deep Space Nine science officer Jadzia Dax, the Bajoran Wormhole is the first and only completely stable wormhole known to the Federation, with either end...

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Bardakia
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Otherwise undescribed home world to a pronghorn moose whose call is known to be loud, obnoxious and mostly tuneless.

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Cardassia Prime
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The formal name of the Cardassian homeworld -- a world other than the third, fourth or fifth planet of the system -- although natives often informally drop the "Prime." Its capital city is awash...

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Denorios belt
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A charged plasma field in or near the Bajoran system that hosts the Alpha Quadrant end of the Bajoran wormhole. Though ships have always avoided it, a stranded Kai Taluno had first reported odd...

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Frunalia
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Otherwise undescribed world (pronounced froo-NAIL-ee-uh) with a strong interest in science and the Bajoran wormhole. It sends three science ships to study the phenomenon immediately upon its...

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Gamma Quadrant
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That quarter of the Milky Way Galaxy appearing to be located between 9 and 12 o'clock if the great plane of the galaxy is viewed as a clockface and the 6 o'clock position bisects the Sol system....

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Idran
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A Gamma Quadrant ternary star (pronounced "EE-drahn") that includes a supergiant orbited by twin O-type companions is the closest one to the Bajoran wormhole in its quadrant, only 4.7 light-years...

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Lapolis
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Star (pronounced LAPP-oh-liss) in the Alpha Quadrant. This system is supposed to be the first destination of the U.S.S. Enterprise after it leaves its initial stopover at Deep Space Nine. There...

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Lappa IV
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A Ferengi planet. This world is the native home of the flower pericules.

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Mars
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Home of the Utopia Planetia Starfleet base and orbital shipyards. They disappear with all other modern trappings when Bell's premature death changed the known future timeline.

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Setlik III
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Third planet in the Setlik system.   This location became infamous when an unarmed United Federation of Planets outpost along the formerly disputed border with Cardassia was subject to...

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Trill
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The formal name of the Trills' home world, only 37 hours from Deep Space Nine aboard the Defiant. One site of renown is the Hoobishan Baths. At least part of the government, organized in...

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Wormhole, Bajoran
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Prophesied and known reverently by the adjacent Bajorans as the 10,000-year-old Celestial Temple of the Prophets they worship, the first known stable wormhole on record was discovered on stardate...

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46401
Bajor (star)
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A star with 14 planets whose appellation is commonly used for its largest and most populated world. The system has recently become independent again after decades of Cardassian occupation. It...

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Bajor VIII
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Eighth planet in the Bajoran star system with six colonies containing several thousand Bajoran settlers. Its proper name is Andros and it has at least two moons. Terrorist Tahna Los, after picking...

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Kraus IV
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Inhabited planet (pronounced "krowss") known for its silk lingerie -- even with replicators available -- which Garak stocks in his clothier store.

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Largo V
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Planet within trading range of Deep Space Nine. Destination planet of a load of perishable Tamen sasheer carried by Jaheel's warp freighter. It is distant enough from DS9 that the cargo will...

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46421
Korris I
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A world whose very dry estate-bottled champagne is located by Quark for Bashir during one of his early attempts to romance Dax.

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Ruji
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Otherwise unspecified world that hosts a steeplechase race once attended by Curzon Dax and Commander Sisko when the junior officer was no older than 27. The two also got involved with two...

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46423
Argos
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Star and sector namesake where the U.S.S. Enterprise-D was delayed while investigating Captain Picard's apparent death on stardate 47135.2.

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I'dania
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Homeworld (pronounced "ih-DANN-ee-uh") of a native species, two of whom are sent to DS-9 as assasins in 2373. It is also the home of the spice pudding, a famous dessert.

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Tamen
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Tamen (pronounced "toh-MEN") is an otherwise unspecified source of a shipment of perishable sasheer that would spoil on a sublight trip from Deep Space Nine to Largo V.

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Velos VII
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Planet in Cardassian space (pronounced "VEE-lohs" or "VELL-ohs") where the empire ran an internment camp, ostensibly for Bajoran prisoners, until it was closed on stardate 46302 -- apparently...

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46495
Alpha Quadrant
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That quarter of the Milky Way Galaxy appearing to be located between 6 and 9 o'clock if the great plane of the galaxy is viewed as a clockface and the 6 o'clock position bisects the Sol system....

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46531
Brax
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Gamma Quadrant planet, perhaps named directly after its star, where the unfriendly natives called Q the "God of Lies."

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Epsilon Hydra
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A star — actually a four-star primary — with at least seven planets, with Epsilon Hydra VII apparently Class-M and inhabited. It lies only about 140 light-years from Earth.

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Epsilon Hydra VII
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An inhabited planet with an advanced culture. Whether it has a planet-wide government or several, at least one is a monarchy whose Royal Museum has barred Vash.

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Erabus Prime
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Gamma Quadrant home world (pronounced "AIR-uh-bus") of a tiny insect that caused Vash's hair to fall out in clumps, with only Q to reverse the effect. Since she was there looking for relics, it...

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Errikang
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A star in the Gamma Quadrant with at least seven planets, with at least the last one inhabited where Q nearly caused the death of relic-stealing Vash.

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Errikang VII
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Inhabited planet (pronounced "AIR-ih-kang") in the Gamma Quadrant where Q nearly got Vash killed -- according to her; she was no doubt there plundering stolen artifacts.

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Hoek
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A star (pronounced "HOE-ik") located within the Lantar nebula with at least four planets .

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Hoek IV
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A world in the Lantar nebula, currently populated or formerly inhabited by ancients. Its Sampalo relic is of interest -- one of the sights Q tries to tempt Vash with in rejoining him.

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Lantar nebula
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A nebula (pronounced "lun-TARR") which includes the star Hoek. The Sampolo relic is of interest on its fourth planet -- one of the sights Q tries to tempt Vash with in rejoining him.

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Mulzirak
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Unspecified planet or culture (pronounced "MUL-zih-reck") that is home to the transport ship Vash had planned to leave Deep Space Nine on.

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Mundahla
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A world (pronounced "moon-DOLL-uh"), possibly named after its own star in the Tellaris Cluster, whose natives or wildlife include the "star dancers" -- a feature known to Q and Vash.

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Myrmidon
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An inhabited planet (pronounced "MEER-muh-dun") where Vash is wanted dead or alive for stealing the crown of the First Mother. It is not detailed whether the monarchy involved is worldwide or one...

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Rokain
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Presumably the Beta Quadrant namesake home star to the Rokain civilization, in the neighborhood of Tartarus.

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Tartaras
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A star with at least five planets, presumably a Beta Quadrant native and a neighbor to the Rokain civilization of which it was once a part.

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Tartaras V
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World (pronounced "tuh-TAIR-us") that was home to one of the ancient, buried provincial capitals of the multi-system Rokain civilization.

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Teleris
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A collection of Gamma Quadrant stars (pronounced "tell-AIR-us"), which includes the planet Mundahla -- one of the sights Q tried to tempt Vash with in rejoining him in 2369.

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Vadris III
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A planet (pronounced "VAY-driss") whose inhabitants assume that they are the only intelligent species in the universe. This planet is one of the sights Q tried to tempt Vash with in rejoining him.

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Verath
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Gamma Quadrant star whose system, relieved of at least one artifact by Vash, gave rise to a same-named civilization on one or more of its planets that peaked some 30,000 years ago.

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46594
Glessene
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Star with a system known well enough to be the namesake of a sector.

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Rigel VII
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A double planet amid the well-populated Rigel system whose primary planet's culture has reached the computer era in only the last century since it was home to a medieval people in just the...

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46649
Balosnee IV
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A vacation planet (pronounced "BOWEL-us-nee") where the soothing harmonies of the tides can cause stimulating hallucinations. The world was one of Zek's two choices for his first vacation in...

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Clarus
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Star. Its system is home to one or more sites of the profitable Arcybite mining refineries taken over by the Ferengi Nava shortly before Zek's Gamma Quadrant conference of 2369.

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Stakoron II
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A populated Gamma Quadrant world (pronounced "stuh-CORE-un"). This planet was supposedly in negotiations with Grand Nagus Zek in 2369 regarding its deposits of mizainite (or miszinite) ore....

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Tarahong
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Planet (pronounced "tair-uh-HAWG") whose government once unwittingly bought two defective warp drives from Quark and his cousin Barbo. Planet also contains a noted detention center.

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Volchok Prime
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A planet, otherwise unspecified but likely a trading center, where the controlling interest in its cargo ports is a lucrative business. The Ferengi Turot did have the controlling interest until...

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46715
Altora
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The home planet (pronounced "al-TOUR-uh") of a space-faring culture known to include merchants, some of whom operate in Deep Space Nine's vicinity.

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asteroid, Changeling colony
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An asteroid of the Chamra Vortex nebula where Croden falsely claimed to have discovered a colony of shapeshifters, over a year before the true nature off the Founders was known.  

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