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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. It has...
Neutral Zone, Romulan
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 Romulan Neutral...
Class-M planets, various
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 in the Mar Oscura...
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 Zeon,...
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 the Federation...
Alpha Carinae V
Alpha Majoris I
Alpha Proxima II
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 Conference...
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 centuries...
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 elevation in the...
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 remains of...
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 energy tapped as...
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 site...
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. Enterprise,...
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 deadly...
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 over by a highly-evolved,...
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 experiment...
Tau Alpha C
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 NCC-1701-D crew...
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 about...
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 defense by...
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, but shared...
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 with...
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, the only...
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 tragedies...
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 mallet. The...
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 Enterprise...
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 but...
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 on aboard...
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. (NOTE: This...
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 2352. Another,...
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 ship in 2302...
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.