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1709
Romulans
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Planets: Romulus and Remus (aka Romii). Until stardate 1709.2 when the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 under the command of Captain James T. Kirk had an unfriendly run-in with a Romulan ship. Very...

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Ekosians
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Planet: Ekos. A humanoid race at war with a neighboring planet, Zeon. Ekosian society was based on World War II-era Nazi Germany on Earth due to a miscalculation by a Federation cultural observer...

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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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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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41153
Algol
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The primary to the Algolian homeworld, a B-class star, is also known as Beta Persei in the old Terran Bayer classification system.

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Altair III
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Planet where Lieutenant Commander Riker refused to let his commanding officer on the U.S.S. Hood, Captain DeSoto, beam down due to a potentially dangerous situation.

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Bandi
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Planet: Deneb IV. A humanoid culture who applied for entry into the Federation on stardate 41153.7. However, the Bandi were refused Federation membership due to the discovery that the they had...

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Deneb IV
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The Class M site of Farpoint Station, built and offered by the humanoid native Bandi culture as a starbase to the United Federation of Planets.   Its interior heat provides geothermal...

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Farpoint Station
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A ground-based station built by the native Bandi on Deneb IV as a potential base for Starfleet consideration in 2364. Its evaluation was the first mission of the Enterprise-D after launch and the...

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Kabatris
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A planet (pronounced "kuh-BATT-triss") ruled by a leadership council where the indigenous dress, or at least for ceremony or state, is furs. Riker had visited there before 2364.

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Q
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Origin: the Q Continuum. Super-race able to change matter to energy and to suspend time, existing in a continuum of the limitless dimensions of the galaxy.  A dissident once claimed that his...

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41209
Red supergiant
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A star collapsing into a white dwarf in 2364 that for eight months drew the attention of the doomed orbiting science ship U.S.S. Tsiolkovsky. The resulting compression nearly destroys the U.S.S....

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White dwarf
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The remains of a red supergiant which collapsed as the science ship U.S.S. Tsiolkovsky stood by to monitor in 2364. The huge shifts in gravity caused by the transformation lead to a case of...

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41235
Ligon II
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A Class M planet of dark-skinned, pre-technological humanoids. The Ligonians possess a strict code of honor and rulers determined by their bride's wealth; an orbital control station may be...

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Ligonians
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Planet: Ligon II. Well-built, muscular people of dark skin whose culture closely resembles those in feudal Japan and the 13th century Sung Dynasty of China. Ligonians have a highly structured...

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41242
Crystalline Entity
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Origin: space. A massive and unique lifeform, delicate in appearance while blindly and insatiably feeding off the life-force of beings and even planetary resources. It could destroy a world in...

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Omicron Theta
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Remote star whose sytem included a Class M planet where Noonian Soong and his wife created their androids, including Data, while living among 410 other science colonists. All life was wiped out...

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41249
Antica
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A planet in the Beta Renner system and homeworld to a canine-like carnivorous race who are deadly enemies of their system neighbors, the Selay.

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Antican
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Planet: Antica One of two quarreling races from the Beta Renna system, Anticans are marked by their canine-like faces, leathery skin and enlarged rear craniums. Although mostly bald, they have...

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Beta Renna
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A star with two major inhabited planets, both with native cultures wanting to join the Federation separately. Customs, god concepts and differing economic systems have made the Anticans and Selay...

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Selay
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A planet in the Beta Renna star system, home to a sentient reptilian race who are deadly enemies of neighboring Antica. In their petition to join the United Federation of Planets, they join the...

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Selay
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Planet: Beta Renner. Reptiloid race inhabiting one of the two populated worlds of Beta Renner. Tri-digited and of average height, they apparently have a well-developed sense of smell. Their scaly...

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41255
Edo
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Planet: Rubicon III The healthy, blond, skimpily-clad humanoid race believe in complete sexual freedom in a simplistic way and yet are extremely law-abiding, abiding by randomly mobile punishment...

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Rubicun
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The star whose third planet is home to the Edo, first visited by the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D in 2364. Together with Strnad and the rest of the nearby star cluster, the area is watched...

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Rubicun III
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The Class-M home of the Edo race. The planet was visited by the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise-D in 2364.    

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Strnad
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A star system that adjoins the Rubicun system.   In 2364, the U.S.S. Enterprise-D delivered colonists to a planet within this system. The nearby Rubicun system contains a planet, Rubicun...

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41263
M33 Galaxy
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The Messier catalog designation for the more popularly known Triangulum Galaxy, two beyond the Milky Way where the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D first pulls out of Kosinski's and Traveler's warp...

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Tau Alpha C
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A distant system and home to a triple-digited, large-cranium humanoid race that can traverse time and dimensions. One of its natives becomes known as the Traveler to the U.S.S. Enterprise...

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Traveler
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Planet: Tau Alpha C. A single member of a humanoid species, distinguished by a very enlarged cranial size and the ability to "phase." The Traveler is highly advanced and has the capability of...

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Triangulum Galaxy
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Cataloged as M33 in the old Messier listing, a body two galaxies beyond the Milky Way where the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D pulls out of its first experimental warp test under Kosinski and the...

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41294
Alcyone
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The Terran-named home star (pronounced al-SIGH-oh-nee) of the race thought to have killed off the last Tarellians. Also known as Eta Tauri in the Bayer nomenclature system. It is a B-class giant...

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Beta Cassius
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Star whose system includes the Class-M planet Haven.

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Betazoids
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Planet: Betazed A Federation race basically humanoid except for the solid-colored dark pupils and mental power of telepathy within the race. They also have varying empathic links to other races....

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Haven
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A beautiful Class M planet oribiting Beta Cassius whose restful, peaceful ambiance is reputed to have recuperative and therapeutic powers; without forces of its own, it looks to the UFP for...

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Tarella
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A Class-M planet of humanoid natives, where two warring factions were located on its two major continents. One developed to a point approximating late 20th-century Earth and unleashed a...

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Tarellians
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A humanoid, spacefaring race believed extinct in the aftermath of a plague until a band of eight aboard a small ship showed up at Haven in 2364 seeking an isolated site to take advantage of the...

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41309
Cerebrus II
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A planet whose natives have developed a rejuvenation process for the body, although it is often accompanied by pain and a high mortality rate. The Cerberusians usually kept it from outworlders,...

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Isis III
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Planet that is the next destination for the U.S.S. Enterprise after leaving Mordan IV in 2364.

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Mordan IV
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Neutral planet with UFP connections that finally gained peace in 2359 after 40 years of civil war. Led by Gov. Karnas, who was roundly credited with ending the war although he actually started it...

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Persephone V
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Planet where U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D picks up Admiral Jameson to negotiate the crisis on Mordan IV, a four-day journey at Warp 4.

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41365
Beta Magellan
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Home star to the planet Bynaus and the highly computer-dependent Bynar race.

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Bynars
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Planet: Bynaus of Beta Magellan. Diminutive, large-craniumed asexual humanoid race with lilac skin. Over time their interconnection with their world's master computer has grown to the point that...

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Bynaus
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A planet orbiting Beta Magellan and home to the Bynar race, a computer-dependent culture threatened by a nearby supernova's electro-magnetic pulse. In 2364, natives commandeered the Enterprise-D,...

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Micromius
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Planetary site of an unspecified disaster, possibly preventable by advances in cybernetics and regeneration.. Doctor Crusher feels her theories combining aspects of those fields could prevent such...

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Omicron Pascal
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An unexpected yet minor delay near this system in 2364 delays the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D's arrival at Starbase 74 for maintenance and upgrades by a week.

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Parrises Squares
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Parrises Squares was an athletic game played by teams across many planets during the 24th century. Two teams of four players each participated in the game wearing padded uniforms and using an ion...

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Supernova
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Normally a once-a-century event, these cataclysmic explosion of stars have been witnessed firsthand by Starfleet crews. One such instance was Beta Niobe in 2269, when members of James Kirk's...

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Tarsas III
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A Federation resource planet and the site of orbiting Starbase 74 and its spacedock facility; it and its moon closely resemble Terra and Luna from space.

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41386
Delphi Ardu
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Name of a star with 11 planets, unexplored as of 2364, and one that became the site of the first direct Federation-Ferengi contact initiated by the Enterprise-D that year, circa SD 41386. Class M...

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Gamma Tauri IV
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Site of an unmanned monitor outpost where the Ferengi stole a T-9 energy converter in 2364, leading to a chase by the Enterprise and the Federation's first recorded visual sighting of the race. It...

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41461
Algeron IV
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Enterprise destination after leaving Relva VII in 2364. It may be in proximity to the Romulan Star Empire and the namesake of the Romulan-UFP peace treaties.

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Beltane IX
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A trading planet of some merchant marine repute within a shuttlecraft's range of Relva VII. Jake Kurland, a rejected Starfleet Academy finalist, intended to "run away" from the Enterprise and sign...

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Benzites
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Planet: Benzar. Mostly humanoid race whose members require a special breathing apparatus for oxygen atmospheres. This apparatus is worn on their chest with an extension reaching up to just in...

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Relva VII
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A Class M planet and site of a major planetside Starfleet facility, among which is a testing center for Starfleet Academy finalists. The site is located in a relatively mountainous plateau region.

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Zaldans
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Federation race completely humanoid in appearance save for a webbed membrane between the fingers. As a culture, Zaldans are infuriated by courtesy, viewing it as a form of phony social behavior...

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41463
Velara III
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Site of a Federation terraforming base due to be Class M within 30-35 years until it is quarantined by Captain Picard when inorganic yet intelligent life is discovered there. The only water is...

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Velarans
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Planet: Velara III. Microscopic, intelligent one-celled life-forms living in the fragile subsurface saltwater layer of its homeworld. Discovered by a terraforming team that had disrupted their...

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41503
Gault
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The Class M farm world where Worf was raised by the Rozhenkos after he was orphaned at Khitomer had barely 20,000 human colonists, but enough for its schools to have teams playing sports such as...

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41509
Aldea
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A supposedly mythical world (pronounced "all-DAY-uh") that is deep red-orange with a thick cloud cover when its planet-wide EM screen is not in effect. Built millenia ago to avoid...

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Aldean
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Planet: Aldea. An ancient humanoid culture considered a myth by outsiders, thanks to a planet-wide shield and cloaking device operated by the age-old computer Custodian, until discovered by the...

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41536
Brekka
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Native name for Delos IV, the Class-M home of felicium, an organic narcotic used by its natives to keep prosperous after they kept system neighbor Ornara secretly addicted to it for 200 years....

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Brekkians
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Planet: Brekka. Basically humanoid, this race is known for a wrinkled nose bridge and a natural generation of a bio-electric charge, usable as a weapon-similar to that of the now-extinct...

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Delos
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Common name for at least two different stars and their systems. One, long well-known in Federation circles, is home to a medical facility on its fourth planet where Beverly Crusher interned in...

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Opperline
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A star whose system is new to the current U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D crew when they head for it from the Delos system of Ornara and Brekka.

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Ornara
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The third planet in the Delos system and home of a culture grown psycho-physically dependent on a drug grown on sister planet Brekka. Ornara, originally the more technologically advanced of the...

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Ornarans
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Planet: Delos III. Basically humanoid, this race was kept in virtual addiction to felicium, a native drug, by the neighboring world of Brekkia supposedly to fight off ongoing effects of a plague...

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41590
Quadra Sigma III
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Site of a Federation colony of 504 where a seeping methane-like gas caused a tragic disaster at a mining operation in 2366. The colony's medical distress call was answered by Picard's crew.

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41601
Armus
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Planet: Vagra II. A unique but destructive life-form resembling a living oil slick but able to alter form into a variety of shapes, including a humanoid-like form and a thin shielding large enough...

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Vagra II
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A minimally Class M planet in the Zed Lapis sector that Captain Picard quarantines from further contact on stardate 41602 because of its lone inhabitant, the all-evil and abandoned being Armus.

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41636
Angel I
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A remote Class-M planet located near the Romulan Neutral Zone. Targeted as a potential Federation member, no doubt due to its strategic location. Its humanoid matriarchy was visited by a UFP...

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Armis IX
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An otherwise undescribed planet where the indigenous — or at least ceremonial — dress is feathers. Riker has been there.

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41697
Vandor IX
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A rocky planetoid in an elliptical orbit around the binary star Vandor, a B-class giant and a pulsar, where Dr. Paul Manheim's time experiments caused a disturbance in the fabric of time in late 2364.

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Vandor star system
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A remote binary star located by Dr. Paul Manheim and his team after a two-year search where he carries out his time experiments. Located at galactic coordinates 664.8 x 1323.7 x 4949.9, the...

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41723
Maxia Zeta
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The star where the Ferengi-dubbed "Battle of Maxia" took place in 2355; the damaged Stargazer, however, was later abandoned there.

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Xendi Sabu
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Star whose system is the rendezvous point where Starfleet orders the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D to meet a Ferengi ship whose DaiMon later produces the U.S.S. Stargazer, Captain Picard's old ship.

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41775
Andor
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Homeworld of the Andorian people and member of the United Federation of Planets is also host to a native flying mammal, the Redbat.

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Dytallix B
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The commercial and more common name for Mira V, one of seven uninhabited planets mined for the Federation by the Dytallix Mining Corporation. A planet of locked rotation, its sun-side temperature...

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Pacifica
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An ocean planet administred by Gov. Delaplane in 2364, that often plays host to crews on shoreleave and dipomatic conferences. The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D's business there is to be...

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Parasite Invaders
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A never-named race of tiny, crustacean-like intelligent beings who attempted to conquer the Federation by infiltrating Starfleet and taking over the bodies of high-ranking officers in 2364, an...

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Tau Ceti III
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The planet of "a rather exotic bar" where Captain Picard met his old friend and fellow officer Walker Keel, who later died when his ship was mysteriously destroyed during the Starfleet conspiracy...

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41798
Arvada III
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Site of a tragic disaster where a young Beverly Crusher and her grandmother were two of the few surviving colonists. The elder woman's knowledge of medicinal roots saved them when medical ships...

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Minos
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A planet of the Lorenze system; the primary is a small cluster. Its people destroyed themselves with their own super-sophisticated arms systems built to be sold elsewhere; their most advanced...

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Planet, "John Doe"
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Planet lying enroute or amidst the Zeta Gelis star cluster, on which "John Doe" is found amid his crash-landed escape pod wreckage.

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41986
Arloff IX
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A planet where the Earth-bound U.S.S. Charleston waited to rendezvous with the U.S.S. Enterprise-D, delayed after reviving three Americans from the 1990s from a cryonically frozen state.

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41997
Jarada
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Planet: Torona IV. A reclusive, insectoid race barely on terms with the Federation and known for its idiosyncratic attitude toward protocol. Their demand for such precision in greeting, for...

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Torona IV
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Planet just inside the Jaradan sector where the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D is sent to try, for the first time in 20 years, to re-contact its insectoid race.

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42073
Ameb
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An astronomical sight — probably a star — visible to the un-aided human eye from a point somewhere between Audet and Rachelis. It is one of three objects Wesley matter-of-factly...

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Arneb
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An astronomical sight — probably a star — that is visible to the unaided human eye from a point somewhere between audet and Rachelis. It is one of three objects...

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audet IX
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Site of a Federation Medical Collection Station, headed in 2367 by medical trustee Hester Dealt. Samples of a deadly, unclassified plasma plague were picked up by the U.S.S. Enterprise in early...

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El-Aurians
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Planet: name unspecified. A humanoid species of "listeners" whose individual life-span can last well over 500 human years. El-Aurians appear to have an awareness that supersedes the normal flow of...

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Oby VI
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According to the computer manifest file read by Dr. Pulaski, Oby VI is the planet where an outbreak of plasma plague was reported in 2295.

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Rachelis System
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Home star of a system that is struck by a virulent, unclassified plasma plague around stardate 42073.

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Area of blackness
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A void without matter or energy that the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D encounters while mapping a little-known sector. Once inside there can be no communication with any exterior point, and there...

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Nagilum
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Origin: space. A powerful being, extra-dimensional in nature and manifested in space by a large hole of complete blackness.

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42402
Atlec
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One of the twin worlds of Madena in the Omega Sagitta system. Its space fleet has only interplanetary, laser-armed ships, and its officers wear gray uniforms. Atlec and neighboring Straleb were...

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Madena
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A trojan planet system of Omega Sagitta, both colonized 200 years ago by humanoids with interstellar flight. They coexisted under a precarious but successful treaty until the "Okona incident"...

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Straleb
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One of the twin worlds forming the Coalition of Madena, and orbiting Omega Sagitta, similar in development and power to neighboring Altec. Both worlds were colonized by humanoids around...

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42437
Gravesworld
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Ringed orange planet named for its famous resident, Dr. Ira Graves, who lived and worked there until his death in 2365 along with assistant Kareen Brianon.

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42477
Fendaus V
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Planet whose ruling family has a genetically inbred limblessness -- somewhat akin to the hemophiliac Hapsburgs of 18th Century Europe on Earth and Riva's born-deaf ruling family on Ramatis III.

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Leyrons
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Planet: Malcus IX. A people whose use of a written language predated the spoken word. They are the major known exception to the rule that most cultures develop a sign or gestural language before a...

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