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Name Description Episode
1865 Alpha [1] Borg designation for a planet on which a sphere once crash landed. Four of the drones survived, including Seven of Nine, and experienced individuality for a brief time. [1] Survival Instinct
892 IV [2] This planet was highly similar to Earth and had a closely parallel social development. However, on this world the ancient Roman Empire never fell, instead continuing to prosper for thousands of years. The survey vessel Beagle was lost at 892 IV in 2261. The Starshp Enterprise visited the planet in 2267 to search for survivors. [2] Bread and Circuses
Acamar III [3] Planet which was the home of the Acamarians and the Gatherer tribe of raiders. After a Gatherer raid on a Federation outpost in 2366, the Enteprise-D visited Acamar III to pick up the Sovereign as part of a reconciliation effort between the two groups. [3]

In 2381 Acamar III was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. Most of the planetary population was lost in the attack. [4]
The Vengeance Factor
Achrady VII [5] This planet was the site of a conference attended by Lwaxana Troi before she decided to visit the Enterprise-D in 2366. [5] Captain's Holiday
Adarak [6] A Cardassian world, location of a weapons storage facility and a Cardassian garrison. In 2375 Damar's rebellion launched an attack on the facility after Odo found a weakness in the defences. [6] When it Rains...
Adelphous IV [7] The Enterprise-D was on course for this planet 2367 whilst Lieutenant Commander Data was detailing the various events taking place aboard the ship. [7]

In 2381 Adelphous IV was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
Data's Day
Adigeon Prime [8] This planet was the site of a genetic engineering facility. Starfleet officer Julian Bashir was genetically enhanced here as a child. [8] Doctor Bashir, I Presume?
Agaron [9] Once a very corrupt world, the leaders were able to overcome the criminal factions with Vulcan help around 2122. As of 2152 the planet was an ally of Vulcan. [9] The Seventh
Ajilon Prime [10] A planet in the Arkanus Sector. This world was the site of a battle between Klingon and Federation forces in 2373 during the brief war between the two. Jake Sisko was stranded on the planet during the battle. [10]

In 2381 the Ajilon system was one of those targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
...Nor the Battle to the Strong
Akritiri [11] Delta Quadrant Planet, home of a dictatorial species which imprisoned their citizens in space stations under inhumane conditions. [11] The Chute
Alastria [12] A planet which is approximately 40 000 light years from Sikarus; famed for the erosine winds. Harry Kim briefly visited Alastria in 2371 when the Sikarian Eudana took him there via her planet's trajector technology. [12] Prime Factors
Aldea [13] The planet Aldea was long thought to by mythical, until it revealed itself to the Enterprise-D in 2364. Prior to this it had been hidden behind a cloaking device and shield system. The operation of these devices had destroyed the planet's ozone layer, flooding the surface with ultra violet light which threatened extinction for the Aldeans. The Enterprise-D crew were able to reseed the layer, ending the problem. However, for the solution to remain effective the Aldeans were unable to use the shield or cloak any further, leaving Aldea visible to outsiders. [13] When the Bough Breaks
Aldebaran III [14] Long-time Federation member planet on which Janet and Theordore Wallace experimented on plants using carbohydrate compounds to slow their ageing. [14]

In 2381 the Aldebaran system was one of those attacked by the Borg. The system was saved when the Talarian Third Fleet halted the Borg attack. The fleet was largely destroyed in the battle. [4]
The Deadly Years
Algeron IV [15] Planet which the Enterprise-D headed for after leaving Relva VII in 2364. [15] Coming of Age
Alonis [4] A Federation member world, Alonis was one of those planets attacked by the Borg in their assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was spared global devastation, with only a few tens of thousands of casualties in one city. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Alpha 117 [16] Class M planet which becomes exceptionally cold during the night-time; Kirk was split into two halves by a transporter accident when beaming up from here. As a result a landing party was stranded on the planet by a hold on using the transporter system, and almost froze to death. [16] The Enemy Within
Alpha 441 [17] A planetoid in the Badlands, Alpha 441 was the site of a Maquis munitions base. In 2370 it was the target of an attack by the Cardassian Dreadnought. Although the missile penetrated the defences, it failed to detonate thanks to an obsolete kinetic detonator. [17] Dreadnought
Alpha Carinae II [18] A Class M world which was used as part of the testing of the M-5 computer system. Home to an intelligent species, it has two continents and a large number of smaller islands. Enterprise crewmember and geologist Carstairs once visited Alpha Carinae II whilst serving in the Merchant Marine. [18] The Ultimate Computer
Alpha Carinae V [19] Planet which is the home world of the Drella, a creature which derives sustenance from emotions, specifically the emotion of love. [19] Wolf in the Fold
Alpha Cygnus IX [20] Planet where Sarek negotiated an important treaty. [20] Sarek
Alpha Eridani II [19] This world was one of the planets on which the entity known as Redjac murdered several women. In this case the murders were committed in the city of Heliopolis in 2156. Alpha Eridani II lies on a direct line between the planets of Earth and Argelius. [19] Wolf in the Fold
Alpha Eridani II [19] The alien entity known as Redjac was responsible for the brutal murders of ten women on this planet in 2156. [19] Wolf in the Fold
Alpha III [21] Planet where an important human rights document was signed. Sam Cogley cited the document during Captain Kirk's court martial in 2267. [21] Court Martial
Alpha Majoris I [19] Home planet of the Mellitus, a being capable of assuming many different forms. [19] Wolf in the Fold
Alpha Moon [22] One of the moons of Peliar Zel [22] The Host
Alpha Omicron VII [23] A gas giant where a large space faring alien was killed by the Enterprise-D. [23] Galaxy's Child
Alpha Onias III [24] The Enterprise-D visited this planet in 2367. Riker was abducted by an alien child whilst leading an away team to investigate some caves on the planet. [24] Future Imperfect
Alpha V [25] A Federation colony world also known as Earth Colony 5. Alpha V was home to Chales Evans's closest living relatives when he was picked up by the Enterprise in 2266. Although Evans badly wanted to go and live on the planet, Captain Kirk was reluctant to allow him to mix with a civilian population as he feared Charlie may use his unique mental abilities to harm people. [25] Charlie X
Altair III [26] Third planet in the well populated Altair system. William Riker once refused to allow Captain De Soto to beam down to this planet, stating that it was too dangerous to him. The controversial action prompted Captain Picard to offer Riker the First Officer position on the Enterprise-D. [26] Encounter at Farpoint
Altair IV [27] The fourth planet in the heavily populated Altair system. The planet is the home of Doctor Henri Roget, winner of the 2371 Carrington Award. [27] Prophet Motive
Altair VI [28] Sixth planet in the well populated Altair system. In 2267 the Starship Enterprise was one of three Starfleet vessels due to visit the planet for the inaguration of the new President. The event was expected to send political ripples all the way to the Klingon Empire. However, Captain Kirk diverted the ship to Vulcan for Spock's Pon Farr. [28] Altair VI was also mentioned in Starfleet Academy's Kobayashi Maru simulation as the departure port of the damaged vessel which the ship was expected to rescue. [29] Amok Time
Altamid [30] A planet in proximity to Starbase Yorktown. In the mid 22nd century the USS Franklin crash-landed on Altamid after being flung into the depths of space by a wormhole. Only three of the crew survived, including Captain Balthazar M. Edison. They discovered the remains of a massive and sophisticated society on the planet, most of it underground. The Altamidians had long since departed the planet, but much of their technology remained intact there. [30]

Balthazar came to master much of this technology, transforming himself into a local warlord and pirate. [30]
Star Trek Beyond
Altec [31] A member of the Coalition of Madena Along with the neighbouring planet, Straleb. Straleb and Altec were not open enemies, but there was considerable rivalry between their respective heads of government. Much of this friction was eventually resolved when the elader's son and daughter agreed to be married in 2365. [31] The Outrageous Okona
Alture VII [32] A planet which was the setting for a meditation holoprogram. [32] Birthright, Part 1
Amleth Prime [33] Cardassian planet located inside an emission nebula. The presence of the nebula renders cloaking devices ineffectual, making it much more difficult to attack the Cardassian military facilities located on the planet. [33] Return to Grace
Amusement Park Planet [34] The world was used as a huge amusement park by an advanced alien species. Although the surface gave the appearance of an undeveloped world inhabited only by plantlife, beneath the ground were gigantic and highly advanced factories. Sensors could detect the thoughts of those on the surface, determining their innermost desire and then fabricating whatever was necessary for them to live it out. Even perfect simulations of real people could be created for visitors to interact with. The Enterprise crew visited the planet in 2267 for some rest and recreation, believing it to be uninhabited. They were initially perplexed by their experiences there but once the caretaker of the world explained the situation to them, the crew were able to have a highly enjoyable time. [34] Shore Leave
Andevian II [33] Planet with at least four moons. Andevian II is a popular holiday destination. [33] Return to Grace
Andor [35] Gas giant planet. One of the moons, Andoria, is the home of the Andorian people. [35] The Aenar
Andoria [27] Home of the Andorian people [27] Andoria is a planet-sized moon orbiting the ringed gas giant Andor. It has a very low average surface temperature, such that only on relatively rare occasions can liquid water be found on the surface. [35]

Andor was one of the systems attacked by the Borg in their invasion of the Alpha Quadrant in 2381.The planet suffered badly in the invasion, but was not destroyed. [4]
Prophet Motive
Andros III [36] Planet on which a scientist named Doctor Bathkin suggested that death could be avoided by keeping the cells of the body energized. The theory was not widely known or believed. In the Cards
Angel One [37] Planet on which women are the dominant gender, larger and generally more aggressive than the men. Male survivors of the freighter Odin landed on Angel One in the 2360s. The Enterprise-D visited in 2364 in search of the men. [37] Angel One
Angosia III [38] Planet which was applying for Federation membership in 2366. Captain Picard initially considered them good applicants, though Commander Riker regarded the planet as being too "stuffy". During the final stages of the membership application it emerged that during a recent war Angosia had modified some of its citizens to become the perfect soldiers, then imprisoned them rather than try to reverse the process after the war. Picard used the incident to delay membership until the situation had been resolved. [38] The Hunted
Antede III [39] Home planet of the Antedeans, and intelligent species of piscines. In 2365 the Enterprise-D transported two Antedean ambassadors from the planet to Pacifica for a conference which was expected to confer Federation membership on the planet. [39] Manhunt
Antica [40] Planet which was the home of the Anticans. Antica was in the same system as the planets Selay and Parliment. The Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2364 to pick up a diplomatic party. [40] Lonely Among Us
Antos IV [41] A planet once visited by Captain Garth. Garth was taught the art of cellular metamorphosis by the natives, effectively turning him into a shape shifter who could assume the form of others at will. [41] Whom Gods Destroy
AR-558 [42] Planet which was the site of a major Dominion Communications relay. AR-558 was the scene of bitter ground fighting after the Allied invasion of Cardassian space, with little in the way of reinforcements arriving for the hard pressed Federation forces there. In spite of months of gruelling battle with the Jem'Hadar and heavy casualties, Federation troops continued to hold the relay. [42] The Siege of AR-558
Arakis Prime [43] Delta Quadrant planet where the EMH went on one of his first away missions. It has crystal glaciers and a magnesium vapour atmosphere. The planet is apparently named for Arrakis, the central planet in Frank Herbert's Dune series. It's possible that Voyager's crew named that planet and that whoever did was a fan of Frank Herbert. [43] One Small Step
Archanis IV [44] Planet claimed by the Klingons [44] Broken Link
Archer IV [45] Planet the Enterprise-D headed for after encountering an anomaly in 2366. [45] Archer IV was first discovered by the NX-01 in 2151. Although Class M, the planet was not habitable as the local plantlife produced highly toxic pollen. [46] An antidote was discovered in the 2290's, allowing colonisation to finally proceed. By the 2260s the population of Archer IV numbered 700 million. [47] Yesterday's Enterprise
Archer's Planet [48] The second planet to be named after famed explorer captain Jonathan Archer, Archer's planet is in the Gamma Trianguli sector. [49] In A Mirror, Darkly Part II
Arcturus IV [50] Home planet of the Arcturians. [50] Menage a Troi
Arcybite [51] Planet where a Ferengi took over mining refineries [51] The Nagus
Ardana [52] Location of the cloud city, Stratos [52]

Ardana was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was devastated in the attack, but saved from complete destruction by the sacrifice of the Romulan Warbird, Verithrax. [4]
The Cloud Minders
Argala [53] Planet in the Delta Quadrant. Argala had an arctic climate and was home to a starfaring civilisation. [53] Displaced
Argana II [54] The Enterprise departed for this planet after visiting Eminiar VII in 2267. [54] A Taste of Armageddon
Argelius II [19] Planet dedicated to hedonism [19] Wolf in the Fold
Argratha [55] Gamma Quadrant world, home of the Argrathi [55] Hard Time
Argus X [56] A planet visited by the USS Enterprise in 2268; a deposit of pure tritanium was discovered here. The landing party was attacked by a dikironium cloud creature. [56] Obsession
Ariannus [57] A Federation planet, considered to be a vital transfer point on the regular space commercial lanes. In 2267 the planet was infected by a bacterial plague which threatened to destroy all life there. The USS Enterprise was able to decontaminate the world and eradicate the infection. [57] Let that be Your Last Battlefield
Arkaria [58] Site of Arkeria base home of the Remmler Array [58] Starship Mine
Arloff IX [59] A planet where the USS Charleston waited to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D to pick up three previously frozen Humans. [59] The Neutral Zone
Armus IX [37] Planet where Riker wore a native costume made of leather [37] Angel One
Arreta [60] World destroyed centuries ago by war leaving a small number of survivors stored underground [61] Return to Tomorrow
Arvada III [62] Planet where a disaster killed many people [62] The Arsenal of Freedom
Aschelan V [17] Planet which was the location of a Cardassian fuel depot. In 2370 the Maquis attempted to use the captured Dreadnought missile to destroy the facility, but it vanished en route. Unknown at the time, the missile had been dragged across the galaxy by the Caretaker. [17] Dreadnought
Atalia VII [63] Site of a diplomatic conference in 2369 [63] The Chase
Atbar Prime [64] A cardassian planet, home to a base for the Cardassian rebellion movement. The base was destroyed by Dominion forces. [64] The Dogs of War
Athos IV [65] Fog-bound world on the edge of the Badlands [65] Blaze of Glory
Atifs IV [66] Home world of a people who give thanks in a manner similar to Betazoids. [66] Haven
Atrea IV [67] Planet which suffered unexplained magma cooling around 2370 [67] Inheritance
audet IX [68] Location of a Federation medical station [68] The Child
Avenal VII [69] A planet in Cardassian space. Gowron ordered General Martok to launch an attack against this world in the later stages of the Dominion war, despite it being heavily defended. The attack was a disasterous failure. [69] Tacking into the Wind
Avery III [70] Delta Quadrant site of a Vidiian research base [70] Faces
Axanar [41] Planet that James Kirk once visited on a peace mission [41] Whom Gods Destroy
Azati prime [71] Planet in the Delphic Expanse, site of the final version of the Xindi weapon. [71] The NX-01 Enterprise was badly damaged whist at the planet in 2154. [72] Stratagem
B'Saari II [73] Planet whose inhabitants use isolytic current to reanimate the bodies of the recently dead. [73] Horizon
Ba'ku [74] An M class planet located in the Briar Patch. The planet had a ring system which was loaded with metaphasic radiation; the effect of this was to grant exceptionally long life to the inhabitants of the planet. It was the site of a Ba'ku settlement of about 600 people who had fled their original home world fearing that their species was on a path to self-destruction. The Ba'ku favoured a simple pastoral lifestyle, eschewing most forms of technology. [74]

Eventually a group of Ba'ku became dissilusioned with this mode of living and left the planet, with the result that they began to age normally. They dubbed themselves the Son'a. In 2375 the Son'a, in collusion with the Federation, attempted to harvest the ring system of the metaphasic radiation to regain their youth. [74]

Star Trek : Insurrection
Babel [75] Planet on which a conference was held concerning Coridans entry to the Federation [75] Journey to Babel
Bajor [76] Homeworld of the Bajoran civilisation. [76] Notable features include the Sahving valley [77], the Janitza Mountains, which were never surveyed until 2371 [78], the Kola mountain stronghold, the Serpent's ridge, the Ratosha pass, the Tanis canyon, [79], the Fire Caves [80] and the rivers Glyrhond [81], Holana [82], and Yolja [83] Several peninsulas exist on the planet, including the Perikian Peninsula, beneath which the group known as the Circle had a base [84] and the Northern Peninsula. [85], the Trilar Peninsula and the Northwest Peninsula [86] The planet is divided into political divisions called Provinces; these include Janitza [78], Dahkur [87], Lonar, Hill [79], Golar [88], Musilla. [82], Kendra and Rakantha [89] Bajor was stated in some sources to have three moons [51], though it actually had at least five. [90] Various Deep Space Nine episodes
Bajor VII [91] Seventh planet in the Bajor system, with at least three moons. [91] Whispers
Bajor VIII [92] Planet in the Bajor system with six colonies [92] Past Prologue
Bajoran Lunar V [93] A moon of Bajor, which still had a fighter on it from the Cardassian occupation. [93] The Siege
Balancar [94] Planet from which Syrup of Squill originates. Their Agricultural Consortium once claimed that a drought had disrupted their production of the syrup, but this was a lie designed to drive up the price. [94] The Magnificent Ferengi
Balosnee VI [51] Planet where the harmonies of the tides causes hallucinations [51] The Nagus
Banea [95] Delta Quadrant planet at war with the Numiri. [95] Ex Post Facto
Barisa Prime [96] Federation settlement near the Tzenkethi border. In 2371 a distress call from Barisa Prime was faked as part of a Founder plot to provoke a war between the Federation and the Tzenkethi. [96] The Adversary
Barkon IV [97] Planet where a Federation deep space probe crashed [97] Thine Own Self
Barolia [4] Home planet of the Barolians. Barolia was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was devastated and the entire population destroyed. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Barradas III [98] Class M planet with many archeological ruins [98] Gambit, Part 1
Barson II [99] Site of a medical emergency in 2370 [99] Eye of the Beholder
Barzan II [100] Planet located near the Barzan Wormhole. [100] The Price
Beltain IX [15] Commercial shipping centre [15] Coming of Age
Benecia [101] Home of Benecia Colony [101] The Conscience of the King
Benthos [102] Home world to the Benthans [102] Vis-a-Vis
Benzar [15] Home world of the Benzite people [15] Coming of Age
Berengaria VII [103] Planet discovered by Vulcans in the early 2100s. It was considered as a site for the first of Earth's Starbases. [104] Spock once observed the dragon-like creatures which resided here. [103] This Side of Paradise
Bersallis III [105] Planet which was the site of a Federation colony. Bersallis III suffers a period of massive firestorms every seven years, caused by solar radiation interacting with plasma in the atmosphere. In 2369 the firestorms came a year ahead of schedule and were exceptionally large and fast moving, threatening to overwhelm and destroy the colony and all within it. The Enterprise-D crew managed to erect forcefields to hold back the firestorm whilst the colony was evacuated, saving all 643 people there. Unfortunately eight crewmembers were lost in the effort. [105] Lessons
Beta Agni II [106] Experienced tricyanate contamination [106] The Most Toys
Beta Antares IV [107] Imaginary card game Fizzbin was played here according to Kirk [107] A Piece of the Action
Beta III [108] The third planet of the C-111 system, Beta III was home to a pre-warp humanoid species. Approximately 6,000 years ago the planet was wracked by civil wars, so much so that a leader named Landru created a highly sophisticated computer system to solve the problem. The computer was capable of "absorbing" a person, radically altering their personality in order to make them dedicated to peaceful coexistence. Unfortunately this had the effect of stifling their natural emotions to such an extent that some form of outlet was needed; the computer solved this by allowing periodic release during "festivals", in which the population was encouraged to run riot. In 2167 the USS Enterprise visited the planet; Captain Kirk determined that the computer, which had also dubbed itself Landru, was stifling the society rather than continuing it. He destroyed the computer, leaving some sociologists to assist the population in forming a society of their own. [108] The Return of the Archons
Beta Kupsic [109] The Enterprise D was due to visit here in 2365 [109] The Icarus Factor
Beta Lankal [4] A Klingon subject world, Beta Lankal was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was completely devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Beta Moon [22] Moon of Peliar Zel, at war with Alpha Moon [22] The Host
Beta Rigel [4] Beta Rigel was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was badly damaged in the attack, but not completely devastated. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Beta Thoridar [110] Klingon planet used as a base by the Duras forces [110] Redemption, Part 2
Beta Thoridor [4] A Klingon world, Beta Thoridor was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. The planet was completely devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Beta VI [111] Destination of the Enterprise when it encountered Trelane [111] The Squire of Gothos
Beta XII-A [112] Planet on which the Enterprise captured Kang [112] Day of the Dove
Betazed [113] Home world of Betazoids; the Enterprise-D visited Betazed in 2366 for the biennial trade agreements conference. [50] The planet was captured By Dominion forces during the war whilst its defending fleet was distraced by a practice exercise they were holding. [113] In the Pale Moonlight
Beth Delta I [114] Dr. Stubbs wished he could take Deanna Troi here for champagne [114] Evolution
Bilana III [115] Planet which is approximately three light years from Layma II. Bilana III was the site of the soliton drive test project in 2368. [115] New Ground
Blue Horizon [116] Terraformed By Gideon Seyetik [116] Second Sight
Boam II [117] A Human colony world located in the Taurus reach, Boam II was one of the first settlements the Federation placed in the area. In 2265 Cervantes Quinn was granted a contract to ship supplies from Starbase 47 to Boam II. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Bokara VI [118] Sixth planet of the Bokara system. In 2369 a neuropsychology conference was held on the planet, which Counselor Troi attended. Whilst there she was drugged and abducted by the Romulan underground movement and surgically altered to impersonate Major Rakal of the Tal Shiar, part of a plan to assist in the defection Romulan Vice-Proconsul M'ret. [118] Face of the Enemy
Bolarus IX [119] Home world of the Bolian people [119] Allegiance
Bolias [120] planetary Bank robbed [120] Who Mourns for Morn?
Bopak III [121] An uninhabited planet in the Gamma quadrant; it is six weeks Away from nearest Dominion outpost. [121] Hippocratic Oath
Boraal II [122] Home of the Boraalan people; these were largely rendered extinct in 2370 when the planet's atmosphere dissipated. [122] Homeward
Boradis III [123] Site of the first Federation outpost in the Boradis system, founded in 2331. [123] The Emissary
Boranis III [124] Gamma Quadrant planet infected with a deadly plague by the Jem'Hadar. [124] The Quickening
Boreal III [125] Home of a transport attacked by the Crystalline Entity [125] Silicon Avatar
Boreth [126] Klingon monastery [126] The Way of the Warrior
Borzha II [127] A Klingon planet in the Taurus reach. In 2266 the cruiser Zin'za was stationed at Borzha II when it received orders to proceed to the Jinoteur system to capture the USS Sagittarius. Commodore Reyes made a deal with Ganz to have the ship sabotaged to delay the mission whilst he rushed vital parts to the starship. The effort was not successful. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 3 - Reap The Whirlwind
Bracas V [128] La Forge took a vacation here and went skin-diving [128] The Loss
Braslota II [129] Planet, site of federation war games in 2365 [129] Peak Performance
Brax [130] Q is known as "The God of Lies" on this planet [130] Q-Less
Bre'el IV [131] A moon was knocked out of orbit, threatening planetary destruction [131] Deja Q
Brekka [132] Home of the Brekkians. The Brekkians had no industry of their own, and were wholly dependant on imports from the neighbouring Ornara for their lavish lifestyle [132] Symbiosis
Brentalia [115] Planet used as a zoo for endangered species [115] New Ground
Brinda IV [133] Inhabited planet where half the population was reported to have been transported away by Orion traders to work as slave labor in their mining camps. [133] Shadowplay
Bringloid V [134] Planet which was the site of a Human colony. The colonists set off sometime between 2123 and 2190, intending to establish a low technology world. They thrived on the planet until 2365, when solar flare activity made the Bringloid V uninhabitable. The Enterprise-D evacuated the Bringloidi, subsequently resettling them in the nearby Mariposa colony. [134] Up The Long Ladder
Browder IV [119] Planet being terraformed in 2366 [119] Allegiance
Bryma [135] A planet in the de-militarised zone between the Federation and Cardassia. [135] The Maquis, Part 2
Burala prime [136] Planet where criminals could go to get their faces reconfigured. The people of the polar islands were considered friendly, but the cold there was unbearable for at least some species. [136] Canamar
Bynaus [137] Homeworld of Bynars. The planet's sun underwent a serious disturbance in 2364, threatening the global computer network which the Bynars depended on for survival. They survived the event thanks to a covert plot to use the Enterprise-D's main computer as a backup. [137] 11001001
Caere IV [63] Planet which Professor Galen planned to travel to in his search for DNA fragments in 2369. [63] The Chase
Cairn [138] Species name, not necessarily planet name [138] Dark Page
Calder II [98] Federation archaeological outpost raided by mercenaries. A Federation research outpost was sited here; no visitors were allowed under any circumstances. [98] Gambit, Part 1
Caldik Prime [139] Fifth planet In Its system [139] Caretaker
Caldos IV [140] One of the first Terraforming projects the Federation undertook. The colony on the planet is styled after Earth's Scottish culture. [140] Sub Rosa
Caleb IV [141] A Federation planet, Caleb IV was attacked by the Klingons in the 23rd century. Kor, commanding the IKS Klothos launched a minor attack and then pulled back, waiting for repairs to commence before launching his full force. [141] Once More Unto the Breach
Callinon VII [142] A gas giant in the Gamma Quadrant where the Dominion maintains a subspace relay station that handles comm. traffic from various Dominion-related members such as the Karemma. [142] The Search, Part 1
Calondia IV [143] Planet, less than 1.5 days trip from Deep Space Nine. [143] Playing God
Camor V [144] Jason Vigo settled here with his mother. Camor is a difficult planet to live on, and life there is a constant struggle for survival. [144] It is not clear whether this is due to a harsh environment of poor social conditions. Bloodlines
Campor III [145] Site of a new colony whose crucial field hospital was outfitted from Deep Space Nine. [145] Defiant
Camus II [146] Janice Lester exchanged bodies with Captain Kirk here [146] Turnabout Intruder
Canopus planet [147] Where Tarbolde wrote "Nightingale Woman" [147] Where No Man Has Gone Before
Capella IV [148] Home planet of the Capellan warriors [148] Friday's Child
Cardassia [63] Home world of the Cardassians [63] The Chase
Cardassia III [27] Planet in the Cardassia system [27] Prophet Motive
Cardassia IV [77] Planet in the Cardassia system [77] The Homecoming
Cardassia Prime [149] Planet in the Cardassia system [149] The Wire
Cardassia V [133] Planet in the Cardassia system [133] Shadowplay
Carema III [150] Considered as a site for the partial mining system [150] The Quality of Life
Carraya IV [32] A jungle world on the edge of Romulan space, about three hours from Deep Space Nine, site of a secret camp for 73 Klingon survivors of the Khitomer massacre. [32] Birthright, Part 1
Casperia Prime [151] Ringed resort planet known as an important vacation spot in the Hovarian cluster. [151] A Federation medical conference was held here in 2374. [152] Change of Heart
Castal I [153] Site of conflict between the Talarians and the Federation [153] Suddenly Human
Castor [4] Castor was one of the planets attacked during the Borg assault on the Alpha Quadrant in 2381. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Catualla [154] Home of Tango Rab, follower of Dr. Sevrin [154] The Way to Eden
Celes II [155] Planet. The Romulan senate was voting on a motion to open trade negotations with Celes II when they were assassinated by Tal'aura. [155] Star Trek : Nemesis
Celes II [4] In 2381 Celes II was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was completely devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Celtris III [156] Planet in Cardassian space [156] Chain of Command, Part 1
Cerberus II [157] Planet on which Mark Jameson obtained a de-aging drug. [157] Too Short a Season
Cestus III [158] On the far side of the Federation; 2 week delay for subspace messages [158] Arena
Ceti Alpha V [159] Planet where Kirk abandoned Khan in 2267. [159] Six months later, Ceti Alpha VI exploded. This caused a shift in the orbit of Ceti Alpha V that changed what had been a somewhat hospitable climate into one almost impossible to survive in; although the atmosphere remained breathable the surface was barren, and subjected to harsh storms. Only one native life form survived the change, a small and deadly eel. Many of Khan's followers would be killed by the creature and the harsh environment. In 2285 the USS Reliant visited the planet, investigating it as part of Project Genesis. Khan and his followers were able to capture the ship and escape the planet for good. [29] Space Seed
Ceti Alpha VI [29] Exploded six months after Khan was abandoned on Ceti Alpha V [29] Star Trek II : The Wrath of Khan
Chalna [119] Home of the Chalnoth civilization [119] Allegiance
Chaltok IV [160] Romulan research Colony [160] Time and Again
Chand Aad [161] Inhabited planet, know for its arid savannas. [161] Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
Chandra V [162] Planet where Tam Elbrun was assigned [162] Tin Man
Chantil III [163] Home of a mythical hunter named Darmok [163] Darmok
Chaya VII [164] A planet which Leah Brahms attended a caucus at in the 2360s. [164] Booby Trap
Cheron [57] Planet whose society destroyed itself over racial hatreds [57] Let that be Your Last Battlefield
Chrysalia [100] From species name Chrysalians - not certain? [100] The Price
Cirrus IV [165] Famed for its emerald wading pools [165] Conundrum
Coltar IV [166] Suffered a time distortion in 2364 [166] We'll Always Have Paris
Cor Caroli V [119] Planet which was suffered from the Phyrox plague in 2366. [119] Allegiance
Coridan [75] Planet which petitioned for Federation entry in 2267 [75] Although it is not specifically named as such, the planet featured in Enterprise "Shadows of P'Jem" is apparently the same planet Coridan - though this is not certain since the whole system is called Coridan, so the Trek naming convention would name the planets Coridan I, II, III, IV, etc. [167]

In 2381 Coridan was one of the planets attacked by the Borg in their invasion of the Alpha Quadrant. The planet was badly damaged, but not completely devastated. [4]
Journey to Babel
Corinth IV [168] Location of starfleet facility [168] The Man Trap
Corvan II [115] Atmospheric pollutants threatened life on this planet [115] New Ground
Cygnet XIV [169] Dominated by women. The Enterprise computer underwent a refit here [169] Tomorrow is Yesterday
Dakala [170] A rogue planet encountered by the NX-01 Enterprise in 2151, Dakala was a hunting ground used by the Eska. [170] Rogue Planet
Daled IV [171] Permanently half in daylight, half in night time [171] The Dauphin
Danula II [172] A planet on which Picard won the Starfleet academy marathon as a freshman - the only freshman ever to do so. [173] The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2
Daran V [174] Planet in the path of Yonada [174] For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
Davlos II [127] A planet in the Davlos system, neighbour to Davlos III and thus in close proximity to the Klingon border. The criminal Morikmol was alleged to have ripped a Klingon’s arms completely out of their sockets during a bar fight on the planet. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 3 - Reap The Whirlwind
Davlos III [175] On the Klingon Border [175] Visionary
Davlos Prime [176] Planet which was the site of a Care Center for those with special emotional needs. In 2374 a Magistrate on Deep Space Nine wanted to send an alternate timeline version of Molly O'Brien to the center for evaluation.  [176] Time's Orphan
Dayos IV [177] Kang found one of the Albino's wives here [177] Blood Oath
Dayos IV [178] Planet which O'Brien used as part of his cover story whilst penetrating the Orion Syndicate. [178] Honor Among Thieves
Decos Prime [179] Site of a Federation base [179] Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
Dedestris [12] Planet in the delta quadrant [12] Prime Factors
Deinonychus VII [180] The Enterprise D waited for the supply ship Vico here [180] A Fistful of Datas
Dekendi III [181] Planet on which the Interspecies Medical Exchange held a conference in 2152. [181] Stigma
Delb II [182] Home of Nellen Tore, assistant to Admiral Satie [182] The Drumhead
Delinia II [183] Planet where transporter psychosis was first discovered [183] Realm of Fear
Delios VII [184] Home to the Karis Tribe [184] Sacred Ground
Delos IV [185] Dr. Crusher completed her internship here [185] Remember Me
Delta IV [186] Home of the Deltan people [186] Star Trek : The Motion Picture
Delta Rana IV [187] A Federation colony world in the Delta Rana system. In 2366 the colony was destroyed by a Hus'nock warship. The Enterprise-D responded to the distress call. [187] The Survivors
Delta Vega [147] Desolate planet near the edge of the galaxy, just inside the energy barrier located there. Delta Vega was home to an automated Lithium mining station. In 2165 the Enterprise visited Delta Vega to make repairs after being damaged whilst probing the barrier. Gary Mitchell and Elizabeth Dehner were killed whilst on the planet. [147]

This Delta Vega should not be confused with the Delta Vega near Vulcan. [188]
Where No Man Has Gone Before
Delta Vega [188] A planet located near to the Vulcan system. Delta Vega was home to a small Starfleet facility, and several hostile life forms. In the Kelvin timeline, Spock abandoned Kirk on Delta Vega after he judged Kirk to be mutinous. [188]

The planet should not be confused with the Delta Vega located near the edge of the galaxy. [147]
Star Trek XI
Deneb II [19] Kesla murdered several women here [19] Wolf in the Fold
Deneb IV [26] Planet inhabited by the Bandii [26] Encounter at Farpoint
Deneb V [189] Harcourt Fenton Mudd illegally sold the rights to a Vulcan fuel synthesizer here [189] I, Mudd
Deneva [190] Human colony world, first colonised in 2167 [191] The world was originally colonised as a freighting line base for the area, and the nearby asteroid belt was a site of mining facilities. Deneva was considered to be one of the most beautiful planets in the area, and by the 2260s the population was almost a million, with at least one city of 100,000 people. All contact with the planet was lost in the year 2266, and it was feared that Deneva had fallen victim to an insanity effect which seemed to be progressing through the Galaxy. The USS Enterprise investigated and found that the planet had been infested by the Denevan neural parasites. The ship was able to eliminate the infestation. [190]

Starfleet Commander Atish Khatami's husband Kenji lived in their home on Deneva. [117]

In 2381, Deneva was one of the planets attacked by the Borg during their invasion of the Alpha Quadrant. The entire population was wiped out, save for a few thousand who were able to evacuate before the attack. [4] Amongst the death were Elieth, the son of Tuvok and T'Pel, and his wife Ione. [161]
Operation: Annihilate!
Deneva prime [170] Planet which had caves similar to those on Earth and Dakala. [170] Rogue Planet
Denius III [192] Artefacts found here showed the location of Iconia [192] Contagion
Denobula [193] Home planet of the Denobulan people. [193] Oasis
Deriben V [194] Aquiel Uhnari's last posting prior to Relay Station 47 [194] Aquiel
Derna [195] Bajor's fourth moon [195] Image in the Sand
Dessica II [98] Picard was "murdered" in a bar on this planet [98] Gambit, Part 1
Devidia II [196] Planet whose inhabitants raided Earth's past to harvest neural energy. [196] Time's Arrow, Part 1
Devnar IV [4] In 2381 Devnar IV was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Devos II [83] Location of a Son'a outpost which contained a Ketracel White facility. [83] Penumbra
Dimorus [147] Planet where Gary Mitchell saved Kirk from poison darts thrown by rodent creatures [147] Where No Man Has Gone Before
DITL Planet No. 733 Harrad-Sar gave the location of this planet to Captain Archer in 2154. It had large deposits of Magnesite, enough for the construction of at least 1,000 warp cores. [104] Bound
DITL Planet No. 734 Gas giant planet in Arkonian-claimed space. The planet was visited by the NX-01 in 2152. It has sixty two moons, at least some of which are partially habitable. Some of the moon's atmospheres were rich in selenium isotopes, which affected the sensor systems of the time. Commander Tucker's shuttlepod crashlanded on one of the moons when an Arkonian ship fired on him. [197] Dawn
DITL Planet No. 735 This planet was the home world of the Akaali civilisation. It was visited by the NX-01 in 2151. [198] Civilization
DITL Planet No. 736 The NX-01 visited this gas giant planet in 2151 and managed to rescue a Klingon Raptor class vessel which had become trapped in its atmosphere. [199] Sleeping Dogs
DITL Planet No. 737 The NX-01 visited this planet in 2152 after being informed of an abandoned ship on the surface. The planet had a single large moon. [193] Oasis
DITL Planet No. 738 Planet which was the home of the Web Creature. The NX-01 visited in 2152 to return part of the creature home. [200] Vox Sola
DITL Planet No. 739 Home planet of the Torothans - possibly named Toroth. This world was visited by the NX-01 in 2152. [201] Desert Crossing
DITL Planet No. 741 The NX-01 visited this world in 2152 to restock the ship's Deuterium fuel supplies. [202] Marauders
DITL Planet No. 742 Planet visited by the NX-01 in 2152. Captain Archer and Lieutenant Reed were briefly held prisoner here after the authorities discovered a lost communicator. [203] The Communicator
DITL Planet No. 744 Ringed gas giant once visited by a Galaxy class starship. [204] Various Next Generation episodes
DITL Planet No. 745 Planet used as a base by the rogue Borg lead by Lore [205] Descent, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 746 Home to the Research Station 75, USS Enterprise once visited this planet to pick up a Federation defector who returned from the Romulans [118] Face of the Enemy
DITL Planet No. 749 Unknown planet, home of Starbase 179 [206] A Matter of Honor
DITL Planet No. 750 Planet, home of Starbase 6, Kareen Brianon was dropped there by the Enterprise to continue her trip to Earth. [207] The Schizoid Man
DITL Planet No. 751 Planet, site of Federation Starbase 73. [134] Up The Long Ladder
DITL Planet No. 752 Planet, site of Starbase 515 [208] Samaritan Snare
DITL Planet No. 753 Planet in a Secundi Drema system. [209] Pen Pals
DITL Planet No. 754 Planet, site of Starbase Montgomery [109] The Icarus Factor
DITL Planet No. 755 Unknown ringed planet, which featured in a holo program run by Wesley Crusher. [171] The Dauphin
DITL Planet No. 757 This planet was visited by the NX-01 in 2154 when the wreckage of a Xindi Insectoid ship was discovered there. [210] Hatchery
DITL Planet No. 758 This planet was formerly a Skagaran colony world on which abducted Humans served as slaves. The NX-01 re-established contact with the planet in 2153. [211] North Star
DITL Planet No. 759 This planet was the location of a Xindi kemocite processing facility. [212] The Shipment
DITL Planet No. 760 Tarquin lived on this world for centuries after being exiled by his people. [213] The Shipment
DITL Planet No. 761 The NX-01 visited a trading outpost on this planet in 2153 to purchase a formula for Trellium-D. Captain Archer 'rescued' Rajiin from here. [214] Rajiin
DITL Planet No. 762 This world was the home of a mining facility visited by the NX-01 in 2153. [215] The Xindi
DITL Planet No. 763 The Loque'eque home planet. This world was visited by the NX-01 in 2153, despite being quarantined by Tret's people. [216] Extinction
DITL Planet No. 765 Planet, where a crazed madman from an alternate universe seeks to kill his alter ego. [217] The Alternative Factor
DITL Planet No. 766 A planet identical to Earth, home of a group of children are infected by a virus that makes them age incredibly slowly - and die on reaching puberty. [218] Miri
DITL Planet No. 767 Planet, home of the Guardian of Forever. [219] The City on the Edge of Forever
DITL Planet No. 772 The Mercenary vessel infiltrated by Captain Picard took refuge at this planet in the Hyralan Sector in 2370. [220] Gambit, Part 2
DITL Planet No. 774 A Federation transport crashlanded on this planet, leaving a sole survivor stranded there for many years. The Iyaarans marooned captain Picard there in 2370 as part of an attempt to study the Human concept of love. [221] Liaisons
DITL Planet No. 775 [222] Planet on which a group of American Indians lived in the mid 23rd century. Captain Kirk briefly lived here after losing his memory in 2268. [222] The Paradise Syndrome
DITL Planet No. 777 Planet, used polaric energy, which in an alternate timeline caused the destruction of the planet. [160] Time and Again
DITL Planet No. 779 This planet is the home of Starbase 234. The Enterprise-D visited the base in 2368. [223] It is unclear whether the base is on the surface or in orbit. Unification, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 780 This planet was the site of the Federation's Lya Station Alpha. The Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2368 so Captain Picard could attend a meeting with Admiral Kennelly. [224] Ensign Ro
DITL Planet No. 783 This world in the Delphi Ardu system was the last surviving outpost of the Tkon Empire. The Enterprise-D was briefly trapped in orbit along with a Ferengi vessel in 2364. [225] The Last Outpost
DITL Planet No. 784 This planet is the home world of the J'naii. The Enterprise-D briefly visited the planet in 2368. [226] The Outcast
DITL Planet No. 785 Planet, once visited by USS Voyager on a food collecting mission [227] State of Flux
DITL Planet No. 786 Ringed planet, element 247 was discovered in the rings of the planet [228] Emanations
DITL Planet No. 787 Planet, once visited by an Intrepid class spaceship [229] Various Voyager episodes
DITL Planet No. 788 Planet, once visited by an Intrepid class spaceship [229] Various Voyager episodes
DITL Planet No. 789 Planet, once visited by an Intrepid class spaceship [229] Various Voyager episodes
DITL Planet No. 790 One of several planets within a dark matter nebula encountered by USS Voyager [230] Cathexis
DITL Planet No. 791 The Koinonian home world. Long thought to be deserted after an ancient multi-generational war, the planet was still dangerous as some weapons were left remaining on the surface. Dr Aster of the Enterprise-D was killed by one of these weapons whilst surveying the planet in 2366. [231] The Bonding
DITL Planet No. 792 This planet was home to an alien race which believed in living in balance with nature. [232] Tattoo
DITL Planet No. 793 This Delta Quadrant planet was barely habitable to Humans, but was used as a nesting ground by a Reptilian species which the ship encountered in 2372. [233] Parturition
DITL Planet No. 795 This Delta Quadrant planet was home to the Mokra Order. Janeway was briefly stranded here in 2372 whilst trying to purchase tellerium for Voyager's engines. [234] Resistance
DITL Planet No. 796 This Enterprise-D picked up a shipment of tissue samples from this planet in 2366. The world was inhabited by the Mikulaks. [235] It may possible be called Mikul or Mikula. Hollow Pursuits
DITL Planet No. 797 Voyager's crew was abandoned on this world by the Kazon in 2372. [236] Basics, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 799 Commander Tuvok and Neelix suffered a transporter accident whilst beaming up from this world in 2372. Their bodies were fused into a single individual, Tuvix. [237] Tuvix
DITL Planet No. 800 This Delta Quadrant planet is the home world of the Kohl people. The planet underwent a solar flare in 2353 which caused a significant climate shift and bathed the planet in radiation, threatening the Kohl. Although they took refuge in suspended animation, most of the Kohl did not survive. Voyager encountered the few surviving Kohl still locked into suspended animation when it visited the planet in 2372. [238] The Thaw
DITL Planet No. 802 Borg planet destroyed by Species 8472 shortly after this picture was taken. [239] Scorpion, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 803 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2373. It had been attacked by the Borg many years before and it's native people, the Sakari, had been largely assimilated. As a result they went to great lengths to hide themselves from outsiders. [240] Blood Fever
DITL Planet No. 804 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2373; shuttlecraft crashlanded here with Captain Janeway aboard. [241] Coda
DITL Planet No. 805 Voyager visited this planet in 2373 in order to lend medical assistance to a group of miners suffering from a disease. [242] Macrocosm
DITL Planet No. 806 This Delta Quadrant planet was the location of an outpost of the Mikhal Travellers. Voyager visited the world 2373. [243] Darkling
DITL Planet No. 807 This Delta Quadrant planet was a Nezu colony. Voyager lent assistance when the planet came under attack in 2373. [244] Rise
DITL Planet No. 808 This Delta Quadrant world was the home planet of the Tak tak. Captain Janeway and Neelix visited the planet by shuttlecraft in 2373 to make contact with the species. [242] Macrocosm
DITL Planet No. 809 Trader Kivas Fajo visited this planet in 2366 immediately after abducting Commander Data. [106] The Most Toys
DITL Planet No. 810 The Enterprise-D visited this planet in 2366 in order to rescue the badly wounded pilot of a small ship which had crashlanded there. [245] Transfigurations
DITL Planet No. 811 This world became the home of a mixed group of ex-Borg after a cube was disabled nearby. Voyager visited the planet in 2373 and was tricked into re-establishing a limited form of the Borg collective amongst the settlement there. [246] Unity
DITL Planet No. 812 This planet was glimpsed by Chakotay during his experience as a member of a small collective of ex-Borg in 2373. [246] Unity
DITL Planet No. 813 This Delta Quadrant planet is the Garenor home world. In soem timelines created by the Krenim Timeship, this world was erased from history. [247] Year of Hell, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 814 Voyager travelled to this planet in 2374 when raiders stole various items from the ship. [248] Concerning Flight
DITL Planet No. 815 Voyager encountered this Demon class planet in 2374. The planet was home to a metallic deuterium substance which was capable of assuming the shape of other life forms. [249] Demon
DITL Planet No. 816 This world was the home planet of the Mari species. Voyager visited the planet in 2374. [250] Random Thoughts
DITL Planet No. 817 The home world of the Ram Izad species, this world was erased from history by the Krenim timeship in at least one timeline. [247] Year of Hell, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 818 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2375. The ship's trans-spectral probe was trapped in the atmosphere of this world; Voyager's crew built the Delta Flyer to retrieve it. [251] Extreme Risk
DITL Planet No. 819 A Species 8472 training facility was located near this Delta Quadrant planet. Voyager used the planet to shield the ship from detection whilst investigating the facility. [252] In the Flesh
DITL Planet No. 820 The Delta Flyer crashlanded on this Delta Quadrant planet in 2375. [253] Once Upon a Time
DITL Planet No. 821 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2375 to purchase advanced weaponry. [254] Retrospect
DITL Planet No. 822 In an alternate timeline, Voyager crashlanded on this planet whist attempting to use an advanced slipstream drive system to return home. [255] Timeless
DITL Planet No. 823 This Delta Quadrant planet is the home of the Dream Species which VOyager encountered in 2375. [256] Waking Moments
DITL Planet No. 824 This Y class planet was the site of a Ord'Mirit mining facility. It was considered as a new home by the "Demon" replicas of Voyager in 2375, but access was denied. [257] Course: Oblivion
DITL Planet No. 825 Voyager recovered a weapon of mass destruction from this world in 2375. [258] Warhead
DITL Planet No. 826 Planet, home to the Vaadwaur. [259] Dragon's Teeth
DITL Planet No. 827 Planet, home to the Qomar. [260] Virtuoso
DITL Planet No. 828 Planet, home of a Kadi outpost. [261] Someone to Watch Over Me
DITL Planet No. 829 Planet, the delta flyer once spent an hour in orbit of this planet scanning for dilithium. [262] Memorial
DITL Planet No. 830 Planet sugested by Seven of Nine as a potential new homeworld for the Vaadwaur people. [259] Dragon's Teeth
DITL Planet No. 833 This Delta Quadrant world is the home planet of the Brunali. It lay near a Borg transwarp conduit, and as a result it was a frequent victim of attacks which decimated the population. Voyager visited the world in 2376. [263] Child's Play
DITL Planet No. 834 Voyager used the Delta Flyer to investigate this planet in 2376. [264] Good Shepherd
DITL Planet No. 835 Voyager visited this planet in 2376 whilst tracking a group of con artists who were impersonating Captain Janeway and her senior officers. [265] Live Fast and Prosper
DITL Planet No. 836 Voyager used ths Delta Quadrant planet as a site to ambush a Hazari ship which was hunting them in 2376. [266] Think Tank
DITL Planet No. 837 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2376. [267] Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
DITL Planet No. 838 Voyager visited this Delta Quadrant planet in 2374. [102] Vis-a-Vis
DITL Planet No. 839 Voyager encountered this planet in the Klovari system. [268] Q2
DITL Planet No. 840 Alpha Quadrant planet. In an alternate timeline, Admiral Janeway travelled to this world in 2404 to buy a time travel device from the Klingons. [269] Endgame, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 842 Ths Delta Quadrant planet is the home world of the Kraylor. As of 2377 the planet was protected by a powerful forcefield which prevent attacks during the Kraylor's war with the Annari. [270] Nightingale
DITL Planet No. 843 Voyager stopped off on this Delta Quadrant plant in 2377 to overhaul the warp drive and other systems. The planet was claimed by the Annari, and the Starship was forced to leave when the Annari military learned that Voyager had assisted a Kraylor ship under attack by their forces. [270] Nightingale
DITL Planet No. 845 Delta Quadrant planet, home world of the Dinaali. The planet was heavily populated, and the Dinaali had great difficulty in managing their resources. They invited Chellick, an alien, to run some of their medical facilities for them. In 2377 Voyager's EMH briefly served at one of these facilities after being stolen from by Gar. [271] Critical Care
DITL Planet No. 846 Delta Quadrant planet which became the new home of a group of Klingon settlers after B'Elanna convinced them to end their long religious quest in 2377. [272] Prophecy
DITL Planet No. 847 Voyager visited thie Delta Quadrant planet in 2377 whilst searching for Gar after he stole the EMH. [271] Critical Care
DITL Planet No. 849 Captain Sisko's captured Jem'Hadar crashlanded on this M class planet in the early stages of the DOminion war. [273] Rocks and Shoals
DITL Planet No. 850 This unnamed planet was the home word of the Founders in 2371. It was located in the Gamma Quadrant, in the Omarion Nebula. [142] The planet was abandoned by the Founders shortly after Major Kira learned of its location. When a joint Cardassian/Romulan force attacked the planet later that year, a large Jem'Hadar force ambushed and destroyed them. [274] The Search, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 851 The albino's hideout in 2345 [177] Blood Oath
DITL Planet No. 852 This planetoid was located in the Idran system, near the Gamma Quadrant end of the Bajoran wormhole. It was class M, though the inhabited part of the surface was unpleasant by Human standards. An unknown species used the planet as a prison, placing prisoners on the surface and using a network of orbital satellite defences to keep spacecraft from landing. In 2369 a Federation Runabout crashlanded on the planet, and Captain Sisko and his party were briefly stranded there. [275] Battle Lines
DITL Planet No. 853 This planet was the home of Prin's base. In 2371 Major Kira travelled here as part of her efforts to gain revenge over the death of her friends at his hands. [276] Duet
DITL Planet No. 854 This habitable planet was the site of a Dominion attempt to kill Major Kira in 2369. A Founder lured Kira and Odo to the planet, then abducted Kira and impersonated her in an attempt to explore the nature of Odo's relationship with her. The Founders hoped that if Odo believed Kira dead, he would return to the great link. The plan failed. [277] Heart of Stone
DITL Planet No. 855 Odo travelled to this planet in the Badlands to meet a Cardassian informant as part of his attempt to discover why Garak's shop had been bombed. [278] Improbable Cause
DITL Planet No. 856 This Gamma quadrant planet was visited by the Defiant in 2369 as part of Captain Sisko's attempts to contact the Founders of the Dominion and negotiate a ceasefire in the wake of the loss of the USS Odyssey. [142] The Search, Part 1
DITL Planet No. 857 This Gamma quadrant planet was the home of the Founders in 2370 after they abandoned this world in the Omarion Nebula. The Defiant visited the planet in search of a cure for Odo's illenss - with elaborate security precautions in place to prevent the Federation officers from learning the location of the system. [44] Broken Link
DITL Planet No. 858 This panet was the site of a crash-landing by a Federation Runabout in 2371. It was class L, barely habitable. At least some of the local vegetation was poisonous, and the climate tended towards the cold side. [279] The Forsaken
DITL Planet No. 859 A Maquis planet in the Badlands, Sisko visited this world in 2371 to meet an informant. Unfortunately Eddington held Sisko at gunpoint and announced that he had captured the informant. [280] For the Uniform
DITL Planet No. 860 [280] Planet in the Demilitarised zone between the Federation and Cardassia. Eddington disabled a Cardassian freighter here in order to force the Defiant to remain behind and assist rather than giving chase. [280] For the Uniform
DITL Planet No. 861 Captain Sisko and Gul Dukat were stranded on this planet after the Federation Starship transporting them was destroyed in a Dominion attack. [281] Waltz
DITL Planet No. 862 Inhabited planet lying in the Chin'Toka system. The planets were the site of at least two major battles during the Dominion war, one in which the Allies successfully invaded the system in spite of a strong orbital defence system [282] and another in which a Breen fleet forced them to withdraw. [283] Various Enterprise episodes
DITL Planet No. 863 The Defiant visited this planet in 2373 to pick up the Bajoran Orb of Time. [284] Trials and Tribble-ations
DITL Planet No. 864 The NX-01 visited this planet in 2151 to test the newly installed phase cannons. [285] Silent Enemy
DITL Planet No. 865 Planet visited by the NX-01 in 2151. The ship stopped here briefly to drop off an alien lifeform. [286] Fight or Flight
DITL Planet No. 866 The NX-01 encountered a Suliban Helix station on this J Class planet in 2151. [287] Broken Bow
DITL Planet No. 867 The NX-01 visited this planet in 2152 and was badly damaged by a cloaked Romulan mine. [288] Minefield
DITL Planet No. 868 The NX-01 battled a Klingon vessel at this planet in 2152 whilst assisting some refugees escaping from Klingon space. The details of the encounter were disputed. [289] Judgment
DITL Planet No. 869 The NX-01 investigated this planet in 2153 when it underwent extremely severe tectonic activity. [73] Horizon
DITL Planet No. 870 Trip and Kaitaama crashlanded on this planet in an escape pod whilst fleeing from a Retellian cargo ship in 2152. [290] Precious Cargo
DITL Planet No. 872 Planet which was the location of Starbase 11. [21] It is possible that the planet was a moon of a ringed world which could be seen from it's surface. [291] Court Martial
DITL Planet No. 875 This Class M planet was near the edge of the galaxy, being approximately an hour from the galactic energy barrier at Warp 11. In 2268 a Kelvan ship was destroyed near the planet as it crossed the energy barrier. Several survivors from the ship landed on the planet where they subsequently captured a landing party from the USS Enterprise, and then the ship itself. [292] By Any Other Name
DITL Planet No. 888 The Enterprise-D encountered this planet in a dark matter nebula in 2367. [293] In Theory
DITL Planet No. 889 The NX-01 was visiting this planet in 2152 when it encountered a neutronic wavefront. [294] The Catwalk
DITL Planet No. 890 The NX-01 visited this planet in 2153 looking for Captain Archer after his abduction by Skalaar. Although Skalaar had crash-landed on the planet, he had already escaped by the time the Starship arrived. [295] Bounty
DITL Planet No. 891 Planet once visited by the NCC-1701. [296] Various Original Series episodes
DITL Planet No. 892 Planet once visited by the NCC-1701. [296] Various Original Series episodes
DITL Planet No. 893 Planet in the Kaleb sector. The Romulan Warbird Khazara picked up a cargo from this planet in 2369 - fooled into doing so by the Romulan dissident movement as the cargo was actually a high ranking Romulan politician and his top aides in the process of defecting. [118] Face of the Enemy
DITL Planet No. 895 This planet was the site of Starbase 310. [297] Journey's End
DITL Planet No. 896 Starbase 112 was located on this planet. The Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2369. [298] True-Q
DITL Planet No. 897 The Augments visited this planet in a stolen Bird of Prey in 2154. They abandoned a small Denobulan ship in the atmosphere, forcing the NX-01 to break off pursuit to rescue the pilot. [299] The Augments
Donatu V [300] Donatu V is located in the vicinity of Sherman's Planet. In 2242 Donatu V was the site of a battle between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. The result was viewed as inconclusive by the Federation. [300]

In 2374 the Allies attempted several times to send convoys to Donatu V during the Dominion war. Three such convoys in a row were destroyed by the Jem'Hadar. The fourth convoy was assigned only a single Klingon Bird of Prey, the IKS Rotarran, as an escort. Martok was delighted to be given such a vital mission with impossible odds and a ruthless enemy. He was able to ensure that the convoy reached the planet. [301]


The Trouble With Tribbles
Doraf I [223] Planet where the Enterprise assisted with terraforming efforts [223] Unification, Part 1
Dorala [117] A Klingon planet close to the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the the Tholians destroyed the Klingon military base on the planet Dorala in retaliation for the Klingon attack on the Tholian military outpost on Zenstala II. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Dorvan V [297] Near the Cardassian border [297] Journey's End
Dosi planet The Dosi planet visited by Quark in an attempt to strike a deal for 100,000 vats of Tulaberry Wine. [85] Rules of Acquisition
Dozaria [302] Class M world with hot, desertlike climate [302] Indiscretion
Draken IV [98] Federation planet. N'Vek wanted to head to Draken IV as part of the plot to assist M'Ret's defection to the Federation in 2369. The planet was the site of archeological finds which related to the Vulcans, and was a possible target for Baran's mercenary group in 2370. [98] Gambit, Part 1
Draken IV [118] A planet two days away from the Kaleb sector. Draken IV is the location of a Starfleet outpost. In 2369 Romulan dissidents planned to deliver a defecting Vice-Proconsul to Draken IV. [118] Face of the Enemy
Drayan II [303] Several moons [303] Innocence
Draygo IV [122] Within three light years of Cardassian space [122] Homeward
Draylax [287] Planet visited by Ensign Mayweather prior to 2151. The women of Draylax have three of something, though it unclear what. [287] Broken Bow
Draylon II [86] An uninhabited class M planet near Sefalla Prime. Draylon II has a stable orbit, a temperate climate, very low surface radiation, plus good soil and a long growing season. In 2370 three million Skreean settlers colonised Draylon II after being refused permission to take up residence on Bajor. [86] Sanctuary
Drema IV [209] Suffered violent geologic instabilities as a result of dilithium deposits [209] Pen Pals
Dreon VII [304] Near the Badlands [304] For the Cause
Droplet [161] The fourth planet of the UFC 86783 system - named as New Kaferia by the Stellar Cartography department on the USS Titan since the star was very similar to Kaferia’s star Tau Ceti - Droplet was a Léger-type ocean planet. It was Class O, subclass L1. It had a lower density than Earth but was larger, giving it about three times the total mass. Nearly half of that mass was water ice. [161]

Droplet had a metal core thirty seven hundred kilometres deep, surrounded by nearly three thousand kilometres of silicate rock. Above that was a mantle of high-pressure allotropic ice over four thousand kilometres deep. Above the ice was an ocean of liquid water some ninety kilometres deep. [161]

The planet was in an unusually wide orbit around the sun, but had a tropical climate due to the considerable greenhouse in the atmosphere combined with convection currents in the oceans which brought heat up from the bottom. [161]

Unusually for such worlds, Droplet was inhabited by a variety of life forms including higher-order life. Although there was no solid land, the surface was dotted with floating islands composed of a coral-like substance created by living beings. [161]

The USS Titan discovered Droplet in 2381, the ship's first stop on the exploratory mission which it resumed after the Borg crisis earlier that year. [161]
Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
Dulisian IV [305] Planet somewhere in the vicinity of Romulan space. In 2368 the Romulans fakes a distress call from Dulisian IV in an attempt to draw the Enterprise-D away from their planned surprise attack on Vulcan. [305] Since the call claimed a failure of life support on the planet, it may possibly be an uninhabitable world which holds a sealed colony. Unification, Part 2
Durenia IV [185] Destination of Enterprise-D in 2367 [185] Remember Me
Dyson Sphere [306] Not actually a planet but a planet equivalent- a spherical shell surrounding a star and providing an area equal to over 250 million Class M planets. [306] Relics
Dytallix B [307] Also known as Mira Antilla V, this is the fifth of six planets orbiting the gas giant Mira in the Mira system. One side of Dytallix B permanently faces the sun. Surface temperatures reach 180 degrees on this hemisphere as a result. Mining took place on the planet for the Federation, carried out by the Dytallix mining company. Mining facilities are situated in the temperate zone between the day and night sides of the planet, but by 2364 these were deserted. There are no native inhabitants or life forms on the planet. [307] Conspiracy
Earth [308] Mostly Harmless [308] Generic canonical information
Eden [154] A planet long thought mythical, which legend described to be a perfect paradise. Dr. Sevrin became convinced that the planet Eden was real and in 2269 he attempted to reach it by stealing the Federation space cruiser, Aurora, but he and his party were captured by the USS Enterprise. However, he was able to hijack the Starship and make his way to Eden, which lay within Romulan space. Sevrin was a carrier of synthococcus novae, and believed that living on Eden would cure him of the disease completely. However on arrival the planet was found to be lethally poisonous - every single plant was suffused with acid so strong that merely touching it for a few moments produced serious chemical burns. Dr. Sevrin and one of his followers, Adam, were killed attempting to eat fruit on the planet. The others were rescued. [154] The Way to Eden
Ekos [309] Planet turned into a copy of the Nazi state by Federation sociologist John Gill [309] Patterns of Force
El-Adrel IV [163] Class M planet where the Tamarians met the Enterprise-D. The planet was the home of a dangerous creature which was only partially visible. [163] Darmok
Elanu IV [310] A planet where Ben Sisko once engaged in a wild goose chase with Curzon Dax. [310] Dramatis Personae
Elas [311] The inner planet of the Tellun star system, Elas was home to the Elasian civilisation. [311]

In 2381 Elas was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
Elaan of Troyius
Elba II [41] Penal colony for the Federations criminally insane [41] Whom Gods Destroy
Emila II [312] Enterprise D visited here after Tanuga IV [312] A Matter of Perspective
Eminiar VII [54] An inhabited planet located in the NGC 321 star cluster. Eminiar colonised the third planet in their system, Vendikar, some time prior to the mid 18th century. Vendikar eventually turned against Eminiar and a war broke out between the two in 1767. The primary means of fighting was the use of long range transporters to materialise fusion bombs over cities; the destruction was so great that both civilisations were threatened with total destruction. As a result, the two societies entered into an agreement to conduct the war via computers; attacks would be carried out mathematically and casualties registered. Those designated as casualties would them report to disintegration machines for disposal. This allowed the war to continue on an permanently sustainable basis. [54]

Eminiar was in an important strategic location with regards to the Federation, and in 2217 the USS Valiant was sent to make contact with the planet. Unfortunately an attack was calculated to have destroyed the ship in orbit, and the Eminians were able to overpower and eliminate the crew in response. The Eminians resisted all further outside contact as strongly as possible, but in 2267 the USS Enterprise was sent to force the issue by making contact over and above their wishes. Again an attack registered the ship as a casualty, but Captain Kirk was able to resist all efforts at immolating him and force a breakdown in the system governing the war. Federation Ambassador Fox offered his assistance in negotiating an end to the conflict. [54]

A Taste of Armageddon
Enara [313] Delta Quadrant planet [313] Remember
Enara Prime [313] Home world of the Anarans  [313] Remember
Ennan VI [314] Pulaski obtained a bottle of ale here [314] Time Squared
Entelior IV [4] The site of a Federation colony. In 2381 Entelior IV was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The colony was destroyed. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Epsilon Canaris III [315] On the verge of war - negotiations assigned to Commissioned Hedford [315] Metamorphosis
Epsilon Hydra VII [130] Vash was banned from the Royal Museum here [130] Q-Less
Epsilon IV [316] Captain Ransom once ran into a Klingon Bird of Prey at this planet. He played cat and mouse with the ship in a nebula for three days before they gave up. [316] Equinox, Part 2
Epsilon Nel III [317] A populated world, one of at least two in the Nel system where the Ullians led personal memory retrieving teams to add to their library of history. [317] Violations
Erabus Prime [130] Planet where Q saved Vash when she was stung by an insect [130] Q-Less
Erilon [117] A planet located within the Taurus Reach. Erilon was Class M in the distant past, but about 27000 years ago the climate shifted radically, changing the planet to a Class P. This left it largely glaciated and devoid of life. [318] However, some microbes were left frozen in the ice. Investigation of these showed that they bore the Taurus meta-gene. A large alien artefact was also located on the planet by the crew of the USS Endeavour. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Errikang VII [130] Q almost got Vash killed here [130] Q-Less
Evadne IV [319] Destination of Enterprise-D after it encountered an unstable wormhole [319] Clues
Excalbia [320] Inhospitable volcanic planet where the Excalbians investigated good and evil [320] The Savage Curtain
Exo III [321] Dead planet where Dr. Korby discovered sophisticated androids [321] What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Fahleena III [310] A Valerian vessel visited here with supplies [310] Dramatis Personae
Farius Prime [178] Destination of Galador freighter [178] Honor Among Thieves
Felton Prime [141] A Cardassian planet, site of a military base. During the Dominion war General Martok destroyed the facility. [141] Once More Unto the Breach
Fendaus V [322] Led by a family whose members have no limbs [322] Loud as a Whisper
Ferenginar [323] Ferengi Home world [323] Family Business
Fina Prime [324] Location of an outbreak of the Vidiian phage [324] Lifesigns
Finnea Prime [325] Non Federation world. The people who grow up there learn not to trust policemen. [325] A Simple Investigation
Folnar III [138] Origin of the Folnar jewel plant [138] Dark Page
Forcas III [326] Worf attended a Bat'Leth competition here in 2370 [326] In 2371 Guinan gave Data a new drink she had acquired from Forcas III. He was delighted to find that thanks to his newly installed emotion chip, he found the taste of the drink disgusting. [327] Parallels
Forlat III [125] Site of an attach by the crystalline entity. Inhabitants sought shelter in caves lined with kelbonite, but this did not save them from the entity. [125] Silicon Avatar
Free Haven [328] Bajoran Colony [328] To the Death
Gagarin IV [329] Location of Darwin Genetic Research station [329] Unnatural Selection
Gaia [330] Home of Defiant crew descendants in an alternate timeline [330] Children of Time
Galador II [331] Home world of the Galador freighters [331] The Maquis, Part 1
Galdonterre [177] Former hiding place of the Albino [177] Blood Oath
Galen IV [153] Federation Colony [153] Suddenly Human
Gallos II [163] Planet in the El-Adrel sector currently ruled by the Tanagra family. [163] Darmok
Galor IV [332] Holds Annex of the Daystrom Institute [332] The Offspring
Galorda Prime [88] In 2372 a Klingon civilian transport crashed here, killing all aboard [88] Rules of Engagement
Galorndon Core [333] A planet in Federation space, near the Romulan border. Galorndon Core is barely inhabitable - electromagnetic storms frequently rage across the surface, and prolonged exposure to these is dangerous to Humans and Romulans. In 2366 the Enterprise investigated a crashed spacecraft on the planet and found it to be a Romulan vessel. [333] The Enterprise-D again visited the planet in 2368 whilst investigating a Romulan plot to attack Vulcan. [305] The Enemy
Galvin V [7] A marriage here is only considered successful if offspring result within one year [7] Data's Day
Gamelan V [334] Experienced increase in atmospheric radiation in 2367 [334] Final Mission
Gamma Hromi II [3] Planet which is near a Gatherer camp. [3]

In 2381 Gamma Hromi II was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
The Vengeance Factor
Gamma Hydra IV [14] Entire population of a Federation science colony died of apparent old age here [14] The Deadly Years
Gamma II [335] Destination of the Enterprise when some officers were taken to Triskelion [335] The Gamesters of Triskelion
Gamma Tauri IV [225] Fourth planet of the Gamma Tauri system. The Ferengi stole a T-9 energy converter from Gamma Tauri IV in 2364. [225]

The planet was colonised in 2363. In 2366, the USS Lovell spent an extended period on colony support at the planet. During the same year Jeanne Vinueza took over as the Colony Leader on the planet. One of her first actions was to reject protectorate status from the Federation, claiming independence for the colony. In foregoing Starfleet protection she hoped that the planet would not attract the attentions of the Klingons in the increasing climate of hostility with the Federation. [127]

Gamma Tauri IV was an agricultural colony. It lacked any deposits of dilithium. The planet had a single landmass, an irregular crescent shape that stretched almost two-thirds of the planet's circumference, covering latitudes from the subarctic to subantarctic. It totalled more than a third of the entire planet's surface area. [127]

In 2266 the Shedai launched a massive attack on the Federation colony on Gamma Tauri IV, killing thirteen thousand people. In response Commodore Reyes ordered the Starship Endeavour to enact Starfleet General Order 24. The ship bombarded the surface, exterminating every living thing, blasting away its atmosphere, cooking its oceans, and leaving it as nothing but a red-hot ball of glass. [127]
The Last Outpost
Gamma Trianguli VI [336] Tropical class M planet ruled by a computer called Vaal. Kirk destroyed it. [336] The Apple
Gamma Vertis IV [337] Planet where the entire population is mute [337] The Empath
Ganalda IV [10] Klingon forces retreated from herein 2373 [10] ...Nor the Battle to the Strong
Garadius IV [338] The Enterprise-D was heading here to deal with a worsening diplomatic situation after assisting a disabled Romulan vessel. [338] The Next Phase
Garon II [224] Visited by the Starship Wellington [224] Ensign Ro
Gaspar VII [58] Home world of Captain Edwell [58] Starship Mine
Gault [339] Worf grew up on this farm world [339] Let He Who Is Without Sin...
Gedi Prime [340] A tourist resort, said to be even better than Risa [340] Drive
Gema IV [236] Planet in the Delta Quadrant controlled by the Kazon Nistrim [236] Basics, Part 1
Gemaris V [5] Homeworld of the Gemarians. Captain Picard mediated a difficult trade dispute here in 2366. [5] Captain's Holiday
Gemulon V [341] Original destination of the SS Santa Maria [341] Paradise
Genesis [342] Mutara Sector, Destroyed [342] Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
Getheon [318] A Federation planet in the Taurus Reach. In 265 the USS Bombay was scheduled to pick up a team of dilithium prospectors who had been stranded on Getheon when their warp drive failed. The Bombay was unable to complete the mission as she was destroyed in orbit of Ravanar IV by a Tholian fleet. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Ghorusda [162] This world is the home planet of the Ghorusdan species. When the Federation made first contact with the planet 47 members of the USS Adelphi's crew were killed, at least in some part as a result of Tam Elbrun's actions. [162] Tin Man
Gideon [343] Planet suffering from massive overpopulation [343] The Mark of Gideon
Golana [176] Bajoran Colony; Arrived At the "turn of the Century" [176] Time's Orphan
Golos Prime [268] Planet in the Klovari system. A population of mermaids live on this world. In 2377 Q's son Q stole the Delta Flyer and took it to the Klovari system with Icheb, suggesting that they could swim with the mermaids. [268] Q2
Gonal IV [344] Home of swarming moths [344] Disaster
Gothos [111] Planet created by Trelaine [111] The Squire of Gothos
Gravesworld [207] Home of Ira Graves, noted scientist [207] The Schizoid Man
H'atoria [345] Klingon Colony near Border of Klingon and Federation space [345]

In 2381 H'atoria was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was completely devastated in the attack. [4]
All Good Things
Ha'Dara [346] A Class Y planet in the Delta Quadrant, Ha'Dara was selected by the Hirogen prey holograms as a the site of a hologram home planet. They intended to install holographic generators on the surface, allowing a large population of holograms to live there. The Hirogen pursued the escaped holograms to the planet and attempted to hunt them, unsuccessfully. The holograms were ultimately deactivated by Lieutenant Torres and Voyager's EMH. [346] Flesh and Blood, Part 1
Hakton VII [135] In the Demilitarized Zone [135] The Maquis, Part 2
Halii [194] Home of Lieutenant Aquiel Uhnari [194] Aquiel
Halkan [347] Planet, home to the Halkans [347] Mirror, Mirror
Hanon IV [236] Planet in the Delta Quadrant [236] Basics, Part 1
Hanoran II [74] Planet on which the Enterprise-E was due to carry out an archeological expedition in 2375. It was suggested that the ship divert to the Goren system, though Picard worried that this would mean arriving at Hanoran II in the monsoon season. [74] Star Trek : Insurrection
Hansen's Planet [348] Home to creatures similar to Taurus II [348] The Galileo Seven
Harod IV [349] The Enterprise-D picked up some stranded miners here [349] The Perfect Mate
Harrakis V [319] Planet visited by the Enterprise-D in 2367. The ship finished the mission early, allowing the crew some recreation time. [319] Clues
Haven [66] Beautiful planet thought by some to have mystical healing powers [66] Haven
Hekaras II [350] Planet in the Hekaras corridor [350] Force of Nature
Hell [233] Unofficial nickname. High levels of trigenic vapours and EM Disturbances [233] Parturition
Hemikek [351] Planet in a yellow dwarf system [351] Investigations
Hemikek IV [324] Delta Quadrant planet [324] Lifesigns
Heva VII [11] Site of a refuelling depot in the Delta Quadrant [11] The Chute
Hoek IV [130] A planet where San Palo relics can be viewed [130] Q-Less
Holberg 917G [352] Planet owned by Flint [352] Requiem for Methuselah
Holna IV [353] Planet rich in Minzinite [353] Statistical Probabilities
Hur'Q Planet [354] Class M world in the Gamma Quadrant [354] The Sword of Kahless
Hurada III [317] Visited by telepathic historians led by Tarmin [317] Violations
Hurkos III [100] Devinoni Ral moved here at age 19 [100] The Price
Hyralan [4] In 2381 Hyralan was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Iadara [326] Home of the Iadara Colony [326] Parallels
Iconia [192] Home of a legendary Iconian Empire [192] Contagion
Icor IX [5] Site of astrophysics centre [5] Captain's Holiday
Ilari [355] Planet in the Delta Quadrant. Voyager became involved in a civil war on this world after the leader of one of the factions transferred his consciousness into Kes. [355] Warlord
Ilidaria [356] Planet in the Delta Quadrant [356] Parallax
Inavar Prime [1] Planet in the Delta Quadrant [1] Survival Instinct
Indri VIII [63] Biosphere Destroyed [63] The Chase
Inferna Prime [279] Planet which is eight days travel from DS9 [279] The Ascent
Ingraham B [190] A Federation planet which was struck by Denevan neural parasites in 2265. [190] Terrance Sadler left Starfleet to live on the planet in 2259. [117] Operation: Annihilate!
Invernia II [357] Bashir's father was stationed there [357] Melora
Itamish III [358] Sisko family camp site. [358] The Jem'Hadar
Ivor Prime [359] Federation world; destroyed by the Borg [359] Star Trek : First Contact
Iyar [221] Home planet of the Iyaarans, this world is noted for having spectacular crystal formations. [221] Liaisons
Janus IV [360] Home of the Horta species [360] The Devil in the Dark
Japori II [278] Planet which was the site of Dekora Assan's murder. [278]

In 2381 Japori II was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
Improbable Cause
Jaros II [224] Planet where Ro Laren was imprisoned by Starfleet [224] Ensign Ro
Jemonon [318] A Federation planet in the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the USS Bombay visited the colony on the planet. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Jeraddo [90] Fifth moon of Bajor. Formerly Class M, now uninhabitable After Energy tapping [90] Progress
Jinoteur I [117] The first of the five planets of the Jinoteur system. Jinoteur I had two moons, which, like all moons in the system, were in orbits such that they never came between the planet and the system's star. They also exhibited rotation in such a way that one hemisphere always faced away from the center of the system. Artificial structures stood on those outward facing hemispheres. Jinoteur I was uninhabited. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Jinoteur II [117] The second of the five planets of the Jinoteur system. [117] Jinoteur II has two moons. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Jinoteur III [117] The third of the five planets of the Jinoteur system. Jinoteur IV was not inhabited, although there were signs that it had been in the past. [117] The planet has two moons. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Jinoteur IV [117] The fourth of the five planets of the Jinoteur system. [117] Jinoteur IV has three moons [127], one of which was the source of the mysterious signal which disrupted some of Starbase Vanguard's systems during the final stages of the station's construction. Like all the moons in the system, it orbited in such a way that one hemisphere always faced the star, whilst the moon itself never came between the star and the planet. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Jinoteur V [117] The fifth of the five planets of the Jinoteur system. [117] A gas giant, Jinoteur V had four moons. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Jouret IV [361] The Federation's New Providence colony was destroyed by the Borg here in 2366. [361]

In 2381 Japori II was again one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4]
The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
Juhraya [362] Federation Colony near Cardassian border [362] Preemptive Strike
Jupiter [363] Sol V [186] Starship Down
Kabrel I [353] A planet which is home to protozoids and tri-nucleic fungi. In 2374 the Dominion attempted to gain control of the planet through negotiations with the Federation. Analysis by federation specialists indicated that they could utilise the fungi to begin making new stocks of ketracel white, and the deal was declined. [353] Statistical Probabilities
Kabrel II [353] An uninhabited planet, notable only for having small deposits of cormaline. [353] Statistical Probabilities
Kaelon II [364] This star was used in experiments to reinitiate fusion [364] Half a Life
Kalandan Outpost [365] Artificial Planet manufactured by the Kalandan people [365] That Which Survives
Kaldra IV [317] Destination of a group of Ulian researchers [317] Violations
Kalla III [366] Duras sisters conducted illegal mining here [366] Firstborn
Kanda IV [163] A planet which once had e seventh dynasty emperor called Darmok. [163] Darmok
Kantare [193] Inhabited planet within about 100 light years of Earth. The inhabitants had a colony on the planet Kotara Barath as of 2129. [193] Oasis
Kataan [367] Planet dead for 1,000 years [367] The Inner Light
Kavis Alpha IV [114] Became the home of the Nanites [114] Evolution
Kea IV [63] Topic of research paper presented by Picard [63] The Chase
Kelton IV [310] A non-Federation world once visited by Dax, who helped the natives build weather control technology to alleviate a drought. Once the drought ended the natives cut off contact with the Federation. [310] Dramatis Personae
Kelva [292] A planet in the Andromeda galaxy, Kelva is the home world of the Kelvan Empire. Kelva, like the rest of the Andromeda galaxy, is expected to be rendered uninhabitable by high radiation levels within the next 10,000 years. [292] By Any Other Name
Kelvas V [76] A Cardassian planet, the location of a major repair base. During the Dominion war Breen energy dampening weapons were fitted to Jem'Hadar ships here. A group of Cardassian rebels led a party to capture one of the ships for the Allies. [69] After the Dominion claimed to have killed Damar, rumours spread that he had been spotted on Kelvas V. [64] Tacking into the Wind
Kenda II [185] Home of Dr. Dalen Quaice [185] Remember Me
Kentanna [86] A mystical planet briefly thought to be Bajor [86] Sanctuary
Kesprytt III [368] Planet where Picard and Crusher were kidnapped [368] Attached
Kessik IV [70] The fourth planet in its system and site of a Federation colony, Kessik IV was the home world of B'Elanna Torres. She and her mother Miral were the only Klingons on the planet during her childhood. [70] Her father John Torres visited Kessik IV in 2378. He was surprised at the changes that had been made to their old house there. [369]

Kessik IV was originally colonised in 2264 by the crew of the mining ship Epimetheus. They chose the planet because it contained significant deposits of dilithium. In 2265, Commodore Diego Reyes and Ambassador Jetanien attempted to use the principle of eminent domain in order to seize the dilithium mines, but the Starfleet JAG office dismissed the request. [318]

Orion gangster Ganz had Cervantes Quinn deliver an illicit cargo to Kessik IV, with an understanding that the recipients would kill him when he delivered. Quinn landed in Anzarosh, a town which served as Kessik IV’s spaceport. It was, in his opinion, a shabby place, and one of the most depressing locations he had ever visited. Quinn managed to evade the trap and return to Starbase Vanguard, which somewhat impressed Ganz. [318]
Faces
Keto-Enol [136] Planet visited by Archer and Trip in 2152, home world of the Enolians. [136] Canamar
Khefka IV [370] Home world to Mareel [370] Invasive Procedures
Khitomer [371] Site of important peace conferences between the Federation and Klingon Empire in 2293. The location was chosen as it was considered by the Klingons to be a neutral location. [371]

By the 2340s, Khitomer was a Klingon world, the site of a colony. It was attacked by the Romulans in 2346. Thanks to the betrayal of the Duras family the attack was a complete success, resulting in the massacre of 4,000 colonists. [372] The House of Mogh was almost destroyed in the attack, though the infant Worf was rescued by a Starfleet officer whose ship responded to the attack. [373]

Other Klingons were captured in the attack, and kept in Romulan captivity for decades afterwards. [32]

In 2381 Khitomer was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The USS Ranger managed to defeat the first Borg attack, but not the second, the planet was completely devastated in the attack [4]
Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Khofla II [374] Home of Ferengi business man Plegg [374] The Alternate
Kilosa [318] A Federation planet in the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the USS Bombay visited the colony on the planet. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Klaestron IV [375] Home world to Ilon Tandro [375] Dax
Klavdia III [171] Salia was raised here to ensure her neutrality in the war on her home world [171] The Dauphin
Kolarus III [155] A class M planet with a mean orbital radius of 1.2 AU, a mass of 5.972x10^24 kg, and an Oxygen/Nitrogen atmosphere. The planet hosted a pre-warp civilisation, but was nevertheless visited by Captain Picard in 2379 after a positronic signal was detected on the surface. [155] Star Trek : Nemesis
Kora II [376] Cardassian planet, site of a military academy [376] Duet
Korinar [117] A Klingon planet close to the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the the Tholians destroyed the Klingon military base on the planet Korinar in retaliation for the Klingon attack on the Tholian military outpost on Zenstala II. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Korma [33] In Cardassian space [33] Return to Grace
Korris I [377] Planet, possibly a Human colony. Bashir offered to share some dry champagne from an estate Korris I with Jadzia. [377] A Man Alone
Korvat [177] A Klingon world [4], The Korvat colony was the site of negotiations between the Empire and the Federation in 2289. The Federation was represented by Curzon Dax, whilst the Klingons were represented by Kang and Koloth. The negotiations laid the groundwork for the Khitmoer accords signed several years later. [177]

In 2381 Acamar III was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. Most of the planetary population was lost in the attack. [4]
Blood Oath
Kostolain [378] Home world of Minster Camio, fiancee of Lwaxana Troi [378] Cost of Living
Kotara Barath [193] Planet which contained a colony in 2129. A transport travelling from here to Kantare suffered an accident and was stranded on an uninhabited planet for over 20 years. [193] Oasis
Kotati [351] Planet in the Delta Quadrant [351] Investigations
Kraus IV [92] Planet where Garak obtained silk lingerie [92] Past Prologue
Kreetassa [379] Home world of the Kreetassans. The NX-01 visited the planet in 2152 in an attempt to improve relations with the Kreetassans. [379] A Night In Sickbay
Krios [380] A Klingon world, the Romulans attempted to convince the Klingons that the Federation was assisting Kriosian rebels to gain independance. [380] Krios was at war with Vault until the Enterprise-D hosted a peace conference in 2368. [381] The Mind's Eye
Krios Prime [290] Planet which Kaitaama was from. This may or may not be the same planet as the Krios which the Enterprise-D visited in 2368. [290] Precious Cargo
Ktaria VII [228] Alpha quadrant planet. Chakotay once accidentally desecrated the tomb of a Ktarian on this world by removing a sacred stone. [228] The home world of the Ktarians is later established as Ktarus; this may be another name for Ktaria VII, or the two may be different planets. Emanations
Ktarus [263] Alpha quadrant planet, home of the Ktarians. [263] This planet may also be known as Ktaria VII, or the two may be different planets. Child's Play
Kurill Prime [358] The original home world of the Vorta [358] The Jem'Hadar
Kurl [63] Kerlan civilization died out 12 000 years ago [63] The Chase
Kyana Prime [247] Krenim colony erased from time [247] Year of Hell, Part 1
Kylata II [382] Class M planet in the Gamma Quadrant [382] Meridian
L-374 III [383] An M class world. Commodore Decker beamed the crew of the USS Constellation down to the planet after the ship was crippled battling the Doomsday Machine. The machine subsequently destroyed the planet, killing the crew. [383] The Doomsday Machine
L-374 IV [383] An M class world, the breakup of the planet was investigated by the USS Constellation in 2267. The destruction was a result of the actions of the automated weapon system known as the Doomsday Machine. [383] The Doomsday Machine
L-S VI [374] An uninhabited Class M planet located about six light years from the Bajoran wormhole. In 2370 a Bajoran science probe picked up some DNA patterns on L-S VI which were very similar to Constable Odo's. The planet was therefore considered as a possible candidate for the original homeworld of the Changelings. The planet suffered a great deal of seismic activity, possibly of volcanic origin. [374] The Alternate
La'voti V [384] Delta Quadrant planet, visited by Voyager [384] Nothing Human
Lambda Paz [334] Moon of Pentarus III [334] Final Mission
Lamenda Prime [77] Planet near Cardassia [77] The Homecoming
Landris II [105] Doctor Mowray conducted archeological research here [105] Lessons
Lappa IV [50] A Ferengi planet, home of the flower Zan Periculi. [50] Menage a Troi
Largo V [385] A shipment of Tamen Sahsheer was bound for here [385] Babel
Lavinius V [190] Planet hit by the Denavan neural parasites in 2247 [190] Operation: Annihilate!
Lazon II [145] Planet near Cardassia [145] Defiant
Ledonia III [149] Dax bought a planet on this planet [149] The Wire
Ledos [386] Delta Quadrant planet, home to the Ledosian and Ventu peoples. The Ledosians are an advanced species capable of space travel, but the Ventu exist in a primitive state. In the distant past an advanced race - possibly those known to the Borg as Species 312 - erected a powerful force field around the area containing the Ventu in order to prevent their acquiring more advanced technology from the Ledosians. [386] Natural Law
Legara IV [20] Home of the Lagarans. The Enterprise-D transported Ambassador Sarek to Legara IV for a conference in 2366. [20] Sarek
Lemma II [115] Approximately three light years from Bilana III [115] New Ground
Lerais II [387] A Federation colony world established in the Taurus reach in 2267. Lerais II was three months from Rigel X at Warp 5. A lush, green world, it was considered a prime candidate for a farming colony. [387]

There were four major landmasses on the planet, and polar caps at both poles. [387]
Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 4 - Open Secrets
Lerishi IV [163] Planet on which the drink Tanagra originates. [163] Darmok
Levinius V [190] A planet infested by the neural parasites encountered by the USS Enterprise. [190] Operation: Annihilate!
Ligobis X [116] Planet where Gideon Seyetik's painting where displayed [116] Second Sight
Ligon II [388] Home of the Ligonians, who value honour above all else [388] Code of Honor
Ligos VII [389] Ligos system [389] Rascals
Lissepia [302] Home world of the Lissepian people [302] Indiscretion
Loracus prime [46] Planet which had 5,000 sub-species of termite. I've seen people mistake this for Arrakis prime, and what Cutler says does indeed sound a lot like that. The closed captioning spells it as it is listed here, and listening carefully to the dialogue does confirm this. [46] Strange New World
Loren III [63] Loren system [63] The Chase
Lorillia [4] In 2381 Lorillia was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Loval [33] Civilian outpost, site of subspace relay station; site of secret weapons research installation [33] Return to Grace
Lumbu [161] An inhabited planet in the UFC 86659 system, home to a pre-warp civilisation called the Lumbuans. In 2381 Dr Kree abducted Deanna Riker and took her to Lumbu, intending to keep her safe from the Titan's mission until she could give birth to her daughter. [161] Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
Lunar V [38] Moon of Angosia III [38] The Hunted
Lya III [390] A Federation planet on which a starbase is located. It is approximately 50 light years from Galorndon Core. [390] The Defector
Lysia [165] Lysian system [165] Conundrum
M'kemas III [96] A Tzenkethi planet located within their borders. In 2371 the Defiant almost attacked the planet after being sabotaged by the Dominion. Fortunately the crew were able to avert the attack. [96] The Adversary
M-113 [168] A Federation planet, largely dry and arid. The planet was home to some old ruins, indicating a prior civilisation there. In 2266 a pair of Federation researchers were located on the planet to investigate he ruins. Unknown to the Federation, the planet was also the home of the 'Salt Vampire' species. [168] The Man Trap
Maarek III [71] Planet in the Delphic Expanse. It was said to be beautiful, with beaches that went on for thousands of kilometers. This planet may be fictional, since Archer mentioned it as part of an attempt to fool Degra into revealing information about the Xindi weapon program. [71] Stratagem
Mab-Bu VI [391] Class M moon [391] Power Play
Makus III [348] The Enterprise was to deliver medical supplies here [348] The Galileo Seven
Malaya IV [392] Paul Hickman had a physical exam here [392] Identity Crisis
Malcor III [393] Over 2000 light years from Earth; home of a species which has almost developed warp technology [393] First Contact
Malindi VII [163] A planet which is home to a colony called Darmok. [163] Darmok
Malkus IX [322] Inhabitants developed writing before sign language [322] Loud as a Whisper
Malon Prime [394] Malon home world [394] Juggernaut
Manark IV [337] Home of the sandbats [337] The Empath
Manu III [395] Government used proximity detectors [395] Legacy
Maranga IV [366] Worf attended the Klingon Kot'baval festival on this planet in 2370. [366] Firstborn
Maranga IV [366] A Klingon world located near the Vodrey Nebula. In 2370 the Enterprise-D attended the Kot'baval festival on Maranga IV so that Worf could introduce his son to Klingon culture. [366] Firstborn
Marcos XII [396] Chosen by the evil Gorgan to conquer [396] And the Children Shall Lead
Marejaretus VI [39] Home world to the Ooolans [39] Manhunt
Mariah IV [310] Visited by Valerian ship when delivering supplies [310] Dramatis Personae
Marijne VII [397] Gas Giant. The USS Raman was lost in the atmosphere in 2370, resulting in the death of seven crewmembers. Marijne VII is home to an intelligent life form of uncertain type. [397] Interface
Mariposa [134] In the Phyecus Sector; site of Irish colony [134] Up The Long Ladder
Marlonia [389] Visited by the Enterprise-D in 2369 [389] Rascals
Mars [164] Sol IV; colonized by Earth in 2103 [398] Mars is home to the Utopia Plantanitia shipyards at which the Galaxy class starships were developed. [164]

Cities on Mars included Cydonia, which was rapidly growing in the mid 2260s. [127]
Booby Trap
Marva IV [280] Class M planet in the Badlands [280] For the Uniform
Matalas [399] Dr. Phlox recalled that prior to 2151 there was an occasion when he was almost overwhelmed by having to treat fifty patients in a refugee camp on Matalas. [399] Dear Doctor
Matalas prime [197] Planet with ringed moons. Trip considered seeing the moons a highlight of his time aboard Enterprise. [197] Dawn
Mataline II [105] Neela Daren bought a flexible piano there [105] Lessons
Mavala IV [67] Noonien Soong married Juliana O'Donnell [67] Inheritance
Mazar [400] Home of the Mazarites. In the 2150s the Vulcans helped the government to overcome its criminal corruption. [400] Fallen Hero
McIlvain’s Planet [117] A Federation world in the Taurus reach, McIlvain's Planet was settled by Tellarians and Rigellians, each settling a different landmass. Despite the distance between the colonies, both sides did not get on well together and a case was brought before the Starfleet JAG office for arbitration. The case was referred to the Colonial Administration office. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Medusa [401] Planet, home of the Medusan people. The site of a Medusan will send a Human insane. [401] Is There in Truth no Beauty?
Meezan IV [402] Bashir attended a burn treatment conference here [402] In Purgatory's Shadow
Meldrar I [403] This planet maintains a prison on one of its moons. Temperatures there are two hundred degrees in the shade Odo once threatened to send Rom to the Meldrar I prison in order to force information out of him. [403] Necessary Evil
Meles II [404] Moriarty considered going here [404] Ship in a Bottle
Melina II [317] Visited by Tarmin and his group of telepathic historians [317] Violations
Melkot [405] Home world of the Melkotians. [405] Spectre of the Gun
Melnos IV [105] planet where Neela Daren studied a plasma geyser [105] Lessons
Melona IV [125] This planet was the site of a new Federation colony in 2368. It was stripped of life by the crystalline entity during the early phase of construction of the colony. Most of the colonists survived by taking shelter in caves whose walls were lines with heavy concentrations of kelbonite and fistrium. [125] Silicon Avatar
Memory Alpha [406] Site of the Federation library [406] The Lights of Zetar
Merak II [52] Planet ravaged by a botanical plague. [52] In the 24th century it made some of the best quality size scanners used by tailors. [149] The Cloud Minders
Mercury [407] Sol I, a small lifeless planet in the Sol system. [408]Mercury is Class B. [409] The Cage
Meridian [382] A planet which phased in and out of our universe periodically, along with its inhabitants. [382] Meridian
Merik III [121] Planet in the Gamma Quadrant [121] Hippocratic Oath
Midos V [321] Planet where Dr Korby planned to make androids [321] What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Mikah [410] Planet in the Delta Quadrant; visited by the USS Voyager [410] Unforgettable
Milika III [411] A young Picard rescued an Ambassador from here [411] Tapestry
Mimas [412] Moon of Saturn [412] The First Duty
Minara II [337] Used by the Vians [337] The Empath
Minos [62] A major arms production centre [62] The Arsenal of Freedom
Minos Korva [413] Federation planet [413] Chain of Command, Part 2
Mintaka III [414] Planet which was home to a Proto-Vulcan culture. The Enterprise-D visited the planet in 2366. [414] Who Watches The Watchers?
Mira [307] A gas giant world in the Mira system. Seven smaller planets orbit the giant, including Dytallix B, also known as Mira Antilla V. [307] Conspiracy
Mirdonyae V [387] A planet in the Taurus Reach, Mirdonyae V was home to Shedai artefacts. It was held by the Klingons in 2266. [387] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 4 - Open Secrets
Miridian VI [24] Barash claimed to have been captured by Romulans here [24] Future Imperfect
Mislan [415] Delta Quadrant planet in yellow dwarf system, five parsecs from Swarm space. A vessel from the planet was destroyed by The Swarm in 2373; Janeway promised to inform the population of the loss. [415] The Swarm
Mithren [351] Planet in the Delta Quadrant [351] Investigations
Mizar II [119] Home world of the Mizarians [119] Allegiance
Moab IV [416] An uninhabitable planet in the Moab system. The planet housed a colony of genetically engineered Humans. [416] The Masterpiece Society
Monac IV [195] Site of Dominion shipyards destroyed in Jadzia's name to ensure her entry into Sto'vo'kor [195] Image in the Sand
Moon [359] Earth's only natural satellite [359] Star Trek : First Contact
Mordan IV [157] This planet endured a forty year civil war after Starfleet officer Mark Jameson delivered advanced weapons to both sides in return for the release of Federation hostages. [157] Too Short a Season
Morikin VII [411] Cadet Picard was assigned here for training [411] Tapestry
Morska [371] Klingon Planet with subspace listening post [371] Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Mudd [189] Class K planet inhabited by androids [189] I, Mudd
Mudor V [344] The Enterprise-D hit a series of quantum filaments after leaving here [344] Disaster
Myrmidon [130] Vash was wanted for theft here [130] Q-Less
Nahmi IV [235] This planet suffered from an outbreak of Correllium fever in 2366. The Mikulaks sent a shipment of special tissue samples to the planet to assist in containing the outbreak. The Enterprise-D transported the samples. [235] Hollow Pursuits
Napinne [417] In the delta quadrant; Voyager stopped to pick up food supplies here in 2371. [417] Learning Curve
Narendra III [45] Site of the loss of the Enterprise C [45] Yesterday's Enterprise
Narva [265] Planet on which radiation was claimed to have killed all the adults, leaving large numbers of orphans. The story was told by a group of confidence tricksters and is highly unlikely to be true - the planet itself may or may not be fictional. [265] Live Fast and Prosper
Nasreldine [109] Enterprise-D crew member caught the flu here [109] The Icarus Factor
Nausicaa [418] Home planet of the Nausicaans. [418] Fortunate Son
Nausicaa [4] The home planet of the Nausicaan species. [418]

In 2381 Nausicaa was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was devastated in the attack. [4]
Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Nel III [317] One of two inhabited planets in the Nel system. The inhabitants reported two cases of unexplained comas shortly after a group of Ullians visited. These were found to be a result of telepathic assaults which one of the Ullians had been carrying out. [317] Violations
Nelvana III [390] Planet in the Nelvana system, in the Romulan Neutral Zone. In 2366 the Enterprise-D travelled to Nelvana III after being told by a Romulan defector that his government had built a secret military base there. The information proved false. [390] The Defector
Nequencia Alpha [4] A Romulan world, In 2381 Nequencia Alpha was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Nervala IV [419] Nervala IV [419] Second Chances
Neural [420] Planet visited by Kirk on his first planetary survey mission. On a later visit he found that the Klingons had armed the Hill People. He in turn armed the Valley people. [420] A Private Little War
New Bajor [358] Gamma Quadrant - same as the Crossover one? [358] The Jem'Hadar
New Earth [421] Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay were infected with a mysterious virus on this planet in 2372, and had to be left behind by Voyager. They lived there for several months before Voyager's crew managed to find a cure for the disease and return for them. [421] Resolutions
New Gaul [144] Miranda Vigo was born here [144] Bloodlines
New Halana [116] Terraformed by Professor Gideon Seyetik [116] Second Sight
New Sausalito [422] Mayweather wondered if Human children would ever grow up on this planet. [422] Shockwave, Part 1
New Sydney [178] Bilby's wife lived on this planet in 2374. [178] Ezri Dax's family own a mining operation on New Sydney. [423] Honor Among Thieves
New Vulcan [424] A planet chosen by the Vulcans as a new homeworld after Nero destroyed Vulcan in the alternate timeline he created. [424] Star Trek Into Darkness
Nibiru [424] A Class M planet, Nibiru was the home world of the Nibirans, a technologically unsophisticated race of humanoids. In 2259 the USS Enterprise was on a mission to survey the planet when they discovered that it threatened with an environmental catastrophe as a result of a gigantic volcano which was near to eruption. As this would have rendered the Nibirans extinct, Captain Kirk chose to intervene to avert the eruption and prevent the disaster. [424]

Afterwards, Kirk lied about their actions on his report to Starfleet. Spock, however, chose to relate all of the details of their mission. Admiral Marcus responded be relieving Kirk of his command. [424]

Star Trek Into Darkness
Nigala IV [131] Planet which the Enterprise-D was due to visit after departing Bre'el IV. [131] Deja Q
Nimbus III [425] A planet established as "The Planet of Galactic Peace", to build bonds of cooperation between the Federation, Klingons and Romulans by having a planet in the neutral zone whose population comprised of all three species. The effort was considered a failure, as the major powers never followed up on it. Life on Nimbus III was harsh and the standard of living low. In 2285 it was here that Sybok raised his rebellion, capturing the capital city and taking all three ambassadors hostage. [425] Star Trek V : The Final Frontier
Ninipia Prime [102] Famed for its dancing girls [102] Vis-a-Vis
Nivoch [12] Planet, possibly near to Bajor. Seska claimed to have planed to meet her brother on Nivoch to celebrate his birthday. [12] Prime Factors
No'nat [426] Klingon planet where the right of MajQa is practiced [426] Rightful Heir
Norcadia prime [427] Planet in the binary Norcadia system, a neighbour to the Pendari System. Norcadia prime was Theta class, and had a population of 260 million inhabitants. [427] Tsunkatse
Norellus [214] This is probably but not certainly a planet - Norellus was described as the site of a Deuterium station. [214] Rajiin
Norpin V [389] Location of a retirement colony. [389] Rascals
Nyria III [53] Planet in the Nyrian system. [53] Displaced
Ocampa [139] Planet, homa to the Ocampa people [139] Caretaker
Oceanus IV [428] Inhabited planet. [428] The Game
Ogus II [429] The Enterprise-D crew took shore leave here in 2367 [429] Brothers
Ohniaka III [205] Planet in the Ohniaka system. [205] Descent, Part 1
Omega IV [430] Home planet of the Khoms and Yangs; an ancient civilisation was almost wiped out by a bacteriological war here. [430] The Omega Glory
Omekla III [145] Obsidian Order shipyards located here [145] Defiant
Omicron Ceti III [103] Planet which was bombarded by Berthold rays; site of a failed Federation colony. [103] This Side of Paradise
Omicron IV [431] Earthlike planet almost destroyed by nuclear weapons [431] Assignment: Earth
Omicron Theta [432] The planet on which Data was built. The Federation settlement here was wiped out by the Crystalline Entity. [432] Datalore
Ophiucus III [433] Harcourt Fenton Mudd planned to sell some women as wives here [433] Mudd's Women
Oran'taku [214] Rajiin's home world. [214] Rajiin
Orelius IX [164] Asteroidal planetoid [164] Booby Trap
Orendal V [1] Delta Quadrant planet. [1] Survival Instinct
Organia [434] Home of the Organians, non-corporeal beings who ended the Federation Klingon war [434] Errand of Mercy
Orias III [145] In the Orias system [145] Defiant
Orion I [264] Planet on which the Institute of Cosmology is located. [264] Good Shepherd
Ornara [132] Planet located in the Dala system. The natives of Ornara had significant industry, but exported the bulk of their products to the neighbouring Brekka in return for the "medicine" felicium. [132] Symbiosis
Oshionion Prime [435] Planet known for having marshlands which were considered scenic, at least by Talaxian standards. Voyager carried a holoprogram which simulated Oshionion Prime. [435] Fury
Osinar VI [436] Planet on which an uncle of Riska's runs a bar. [436] Life Support
Otar II [332] Destination of the Enterprise-D following the death of Lal [332] The Offspring
Paan Mokar / Weytahn [437] Planet whose ownership was disputed by the Vulcans and Andorians. Located on the frontier between the two powers, the dispute nearly caused three wars during 21st and 22nd centuries. Only slightly larger than Earth's moon, the planet was originally class D until it was terraformed by the Andorians after they colonised it in 2052. The Vulcans became concerned that the settlement was a military outpost and claimed the planet in 2097, removing the colonists by force. It remained uninhabited until the Andorians landed a small force in 2152, prompting further hostilities. Captain Archer was able to negotiate a cease fire. [437] Cease Fire
Pacifica [307] Ocean world which the Enterprise-D was due to visit on a scientific mission in 2364. Commander Riker characterised it as an ocean world of warm blue waters and fine beaches that he thought made it "a jewel of the galaxy." The Enterprise diverted from the mission at the request of Walter Keel, who sought to inform Picard of a mysterious conspiracy that he believed was overtaking Starfleet. [307] A conference was held on Pacifica in 2365 to determine whether Antede III would be allowed the join the Federation; the Enterprise-D transported a pair of Antedeans to Pacifica to attend the conference, though they proved to be assassins intent on sabotaging it. [39]

Pacifica is the home planet of the Selkie species, a race of intelligent seagoing lifeforms. [438]
Conspiracy
Palgrenax [117] A planet located within the Taurus Reach, and the home world of the Palgrenai. In galactic terms Palgrenax possessed nothing of military or political value. Mineral ores on the planet were of marginal use for refining or energy generation, and were especially lacking in materials used in Klingon warships. The planet was too remote from Federation colonies and patrol routes to have any real strategic value for the Klingons. Nevertheless, they conquered the planet in the mid 23rd century. [117]

Palgrenax was home to a collection of ancient ruins located on one continent. The Chancellor and High council were interested in the ancient structures, and the Klingon Governor Morqla speculated that this may be the reason behind their conquest. When the Klingon scientists analysing the object managed to activate it, a member of the Shedai species which had constructed the device used it to attack the Klingon occupation forces. A cruiser in orbit bombarded the alien structures in reprisal, prompting the Shedai to destroy the planet. [117]
Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Pandril [4] Home world of the Pandrilite civilisation. In 2381 Pandril was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Panora [280] In the Demilitarised Zone [280] For the Uniform
Parada II [91] Inhabited planet in the Paradas system. [91] Whispers
Parada IV [91] Planet with seven moons [91] Whispers
Paragaan II [422] Planet where a Paraagan mining camp was destroyed by an explosion apparently caused by a shuttlepod from the NX-01 Enterprise. In fact the Suliban were responsible. [422] Shockwave, Part 1
Parliament [40] Conference planet in the Beta Renna system. [40] Lonely Among Us
Parsion III [439] Planet on which deposits of feldomite were unexpectedly discovered in 2373. [439] Business as Usual
Paxa Possible name for a planet encountered by the Enterprise-D in 2367, home to the Paxans, a strongly isolationist species. The name is inferred by the species name and may not be correct. [319] Clues
Peliar Zel [22] Planet whose two moons warred on one another [22] The Host
Pelleus V [137] World which the Enterprise-D was scheduled to visit in 2364. [137] 11001001
Pendari [427] Next to Norcadian System [427] Tsunkatse
Pendi II [362] Home of a trader who supplied information to the Maquis. [362] Preemptive Strike
Pentarus II [334] Shuttle Nenbeck was thought to have crashed here [334] Final Mission
Pentarus V [334] Planet which petitioned Picard to mediate a labour dispute [334] Final Mission
Pentath III [88] A Cardassian planet, the infrastructure of this world was largely destroyed during the brief war with the Klingons. After an outbreak of Rudellian plague several relief convoys were sent to the planet; Starfleet provided the USS Defiant to escort one such convoy. [88] Rules of Engagement
Penthara IV [440] Planet the Enterprise saved from ecological disaster while being investigated by a time traveler [440] A Matter of Time
Penthath III [88] Worf destroyed a Klingon transport ship during a battle here [88] Rules of Engagement
Pernaia prime [9] Planet on which T'Pol visited in her persuit of the renegade Vulcan Menos. It has a methane based atmosphere. [9] The Seventh
Persephone V [157] This world was the home of Admiral Mark Jameson in 2364. [157] Too Short a Season
Phanos [441] Planet once settled by a group of Talaxians. There was a great deal of unoccupied territory on the planet, but the local government limited their settlement to a very small area, supposedly as a quarantine measure against possible alien diseases. Dexa's uncle, Neelix, began farming outside the designated area and was killed ina confrontation with the security services. The Talaxians left Phanos shortly afterwards and settled on an asteroid. [441] Homestead
Planet Q [101] Federation planet, the home of Thomas Leighton. In 2266 Leighton arranged for the USS Enterprise to be diverted to Planet Q so that he could inform Captain Kirk of his suspicion that Anton Karidian was in fact the infamous Kodos the Executioner. [101] The Conscience of the King
Platonius [442] Home of the Platonians [442] Plato's Stepchildren
Pluto [443] Sol IX. The Enterprise-B's maiden voyage was planned to be a short trip to Pluto and back at impulse speeds. [444] Star Trek : Generations
Pollux IV [445] Greek god Apollo tried to recruit Kirk as a worshipper here. [445] Who Mourns for Adonais?
Pollux V [445] In the Beta Geminorum system [445] Who Mourns for Adonais?
Porakas IV [446] Delta quadrant planet. Neelix obtained some Porakan eggs here in 2373. [446] Flashback
Portas V [280] A Breen planet. [280] For the Uniform
Potak III [233] Planet in the Delta Quadrant. [233] Parturition
Prakal II [293] Guinan acquired an unusual drink here [293] In Theory
Praxis [371] Klingon moon, their key energy production facility until 2293 when it was largely destroyed in an accident caused by overmining and insufficient safety precautions. [371] Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Preenos [193] Planet from which the spice hajjlaran originates. Warlords there use the spice as a test of courage. [193] Oasis
Prema II [236] Delta Quadrant; Talaxian mining colony [236] Basics, Part 1
Prophet's Landing [277] Bajoran colony nearest Cardassian border [277] Heart of Stone
Psi 2000 [447] The Enterprise was nearly destroyed here when the crew was incapcitated by a disease which mimicked the effect of alcohol. [447] The Naked Time
Pullock V [79] Site of the first off-planet raid by the Bajoran resistance; probably a Cardassian world. [79] Shakaar
Pyris VII [448] Korob and Sylvia captured several Enterprise crew members here [448] Catspaw
Pythro V [449] An inhabited planet which cooperated with Bajor on legal matters. Martus Mazur cheated an elderly Pythron couple of their life savings in 2370. They eventually signed a complaint against him, allowing Constable Odo to arrest him. [449] Rivals
Qo'noS [371] A Class M planet, Qo’noS - rendered in English as Kronos - is the home world of the Klingon species and capital of the Klingon Empire. [371] The planet was first visited by Humans in 2151 when the crew of the NX-01 took the Klingon operative Klaang back to his people. [287] The co-ordinates of Qo’noS are 43.89.26.05 [424], placing it some 4 days away from Earth at Warp 4.5. [287]

Qo’noS had at least one moon, Praxis, which was a key energy production facility for the Empire during the 23rd century. The Klingons took insufficient safety precautions and over-mined the moon, which resulted in a devastating explosion in 2293. Much of Praxis was destroyed, producing a massive subspace shockwave and severely damaging the planet’s ozone layer and leading to increasing oxygen depletion. The planet was expected to become uninhabitable by 2343 [371], although apparently some way was found to avert this. [450]

Captain Picard visited Qo’noS in 2366 as part of Lieutenant Worf’s attempt to clear his family name. Although Worf accepted discommendation in a political deal to protect the Empire from dissolving into civil war, he and Captain Picard returned to the planet in 2367 to clear his name - and did indeed spark a civil war in the process. [451]

Quark would also visit Qo’noS in 2371 during his brief marriage to the Lady Grilka. [78]

In the Kelvin timeline, Khan Noonien Singh took refuge on Qo’noS after his attack on Starfleet headquarters. He hid in a deserted province of the planet, knowing Starfleet would find it difficult to pursue him there. Admiral Marcus ordered Captain Kirk to bombard the planet with long range torpedoes from the edge of Klingon space in order to kill Khan. Kirk disobeyed orders and instead took a small ship to the planet and captured him. [452]

The planet was divided up into various regions. The Ketha lowlands were the birthplace of Chancellor Martok, an area dominated by farmlands. [141] Grilka was from the Mekro’vak region.  [82] There were also many geographical features of note, including the Lava Caves of No'Mat, the heat of which could produce hallucinogenic effects in Klingons. Worf once experienced a vision of Kahless after spending six days in the caves.  [32] The Hamar Mountains were home to Targs whose shoulders were used in the making of var’Hama candles. [453] The Sea of Gatan was a body of water in which B’Elanna Torres almost drowned as a child. [454] Kang's Summit was a location where Chancellor Martok once hunted Sabre Bear. [455] The Kri'stak Volcano, and the nearby Lake of Lusor were also notable. According to legend Kahless forged the first Bat’leth sword by dipping a lock of his own hair into the lava of the volcano and then cooling it in the lake. [426] The Skral River was noted in a Klingon drinking song which claimed that it once ran red with blood after a battle. [454]

Cities on Qo’noS included Qam-Chee, the site of a famous battle in which the Emperor Kahless and Lady Lukara stood against five hundred warriors - and, later on, jumped on one another ‘like a pack of wild voles’, beginning the greatest romance in Klingon history.  [456]

Quin'lat was another historic city. According to legend a great storm once approached this city; whilst Kahless and others took shelter inside, one Klingon remained to face the storm, determined to make it respect him. The man was killed, and Kahless noted afterwards that his act was more one of foolishness than courage. [82]

Tong Vey was yet another city at which a famous battle took place. Ten thousand warriors, led by the Emperor Sompek, conquered the city after a long siege. Sompek ordered it burned to the ground and every inhabitant killed. Worf enjoyed playing the part of Sompek in a holosuite recreation of the battle, always ending the simulation by giving the order to raze the city. [88]

In 2381 Qo'noS was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was badly damaged in the attack, though not completely devastated. [4]
Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Qu'vat [299] A Klingon colony world near to the Briar patch. Malik planned to attack the colony with bio weapons in order to provoke a war between Earth and the Klingon Empire, but was prevented from doing so by the NX-01. [299] The colony was also the site of a genetic research facility. The Klingons recovered some Augment DNA from the wreckage left after Enterprise destroyed the Augments' ship and used it to develop Klingon Augments. Unfortunately this caused a deadly virus to be created, threatening much of the Klingon Empire. [457] The NX-01 travelled to Qu'Vat after the captured Augment Marab provided the co-ordinates. [458] The Augments
Quadra Sigma III [459] Planet located in the Sigma Three system. [459] Hide and Q
Qualor II [223] Planet, home of a Federation scrap yard run by Klim Dokachin, a Zakdorn. [305] Unification, Part 2
Quarra [460] Planet located in the Delta Quadrant, the home world of the Quarren species. Quarra is technologically advanced and heavily industrialised, and has a near-insatiable demand for immigrant workers to boost the work force. As a result the Quarren often abduct crewmembers from passing spacecraft and implant false memories in order to convince them they they want to take up residence on the planet. [460] Workforce, Part 1
Quatal Prime [280] Cardassian world in the Demilitarised Zone. The planet had at least four moons. [280] For the Uniform
Quazulu VIII [37] Several Enterprise-D students became ill here [37] Angel One
Quinor VII [64] A Cardassian planet, site of a base belonging to Damar's resistance movement. The base was one of many destroyed by the Dominion in the latter stages of the Dominion war. [64] The Dogs of War
Raatooras [289] A Klingon protectorate, the planet was largely abandoned by the Empire in the 2150s and conditions there were poor. The Empire hunted down any refugees who left. [289] Judgment
Rahm-Izad [63] Planet. Captain Picard once tricked a cardassian Gull by telling her that some important genetic fragments could be found on Rahm-Izad [63] The Chase
Rakal [33] Planet with at least four moons. [33] Return to Grace
Rakella Prime [461] The home world of the Vok'sha. [461] Heroes and Demons
Rakhar [462] Planet in the Gamma Quadrant. [462] Vortex
Rakosa V [17] Class M planet located in the Gamma Quadrant. [17] Dreadnought
Ramatis III [322] The third planet in the Ramatis system. [322]

In 2381 Ramatis III was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The entire population of the planet was wiped out in the attack. [4]
Loud as a Whisper
Ramura [410] Tracer home world [410] Unforgettable
Ranuos VI [463] Sonya Gomez thought it would have been a good career move to spend some time working on this planet, as it would give her a chance to do phase work with antimatter. Nevertheless, she turned the post down in hopes of serving aboard the Enterprise-D. Q Who
Ravanar IV [318] A planet within the Taurus Reach, and the fourth planet in the Ravanar system. The planet was first surveyed by the USS Constellation in 2263. Analysis of biological samples from the planet resulted in the discovery of the Taurus meta gene, which led to a major Federation effort to colonise the region. [318]

By 2265 the Federation maintained a research outpost on the planet under the command of Commander Dean Singer. The outpost was destroyed by a Tholian fleet in that year along with the USS Bombay, a Starship in orbit. [318]
Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Razna V [163] Planet from which a frozen desert called Darmok originates. [163] Darmok
Regula [29] Mutara Sector; Class D - "Essentially a great rock in space". [29] Star Trek II : The Wrath of Khan
Regulak IV [64] A Cardassian planet, home of a base of Damar's resistance movement. The base was one of many destroyed by the Dominion in the later stages of the Dominon war. [64] The Dogs of War
Regulus III [464] Location of a famous science academy; possible home world of the Regulan people and the Regulan Blood Worm. The planet was over 300 lightyears from Deep Space Nine. [464] Fascination
Regulus V [28] Fifth planet in the Regulus system, home planet of the giant eel birds. It is also a possible home world of the Regulan people and the Regulan Blood Worm. [28] Amok Time
Rekag-Seronia [465] Planet, site of bitter hostilities affecting Federation shipping in 2369. [465] Man of the People
Relva VII [15] Location of a Starfleet base. The Enterprise-D visited the base in 2364 so that Wesley Crusher could take the Starfleet Academy entrance exam. [15] Coming of Age
Remmil VI [277] Buildings are constructed of Crystalline webbing here [277] Heart of Stone
Remus [466] One of the home worlds of the Romulan Star Empire and home of the Remans. One side of the planet is permanently facing the sun, the other permanently turned away from it. Shinzon grew up here. [155] Balance of Terror
Rhaandarel [4] Homeworld of the Rhaandarite civilisation. In 2381 Rhaandarel was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Rigel II [34] McCoy met two scantily clad women here [34] Shore Leave
Rigel IV [19] Site of a Pergium ore processing facility. [19] Wolf in the Fold
Rigel V [75] Planet where a drug to increase blood product was tested [75] Journey to Babel
Rigel VII [407] Several Enterprise crew members were killed on this world in 2254. [407] The Cage
Rigel X [287] Planet visited by Enterprise in 2151. The planet was a trade centre for many species. [287] Broken Bow
Rigel XII [433] Site of a Lithium crystal mining operation [433] Mudd's Women
Rinax [467] Colonized moon of Talax; 300,000 people died on Rinax when the metreon cascade was detonated here to end the Haakonian-Talaxian war. [467] Jetrel
Risa [5] A planet in a binary star system, famed as one of the great vacation spots of the galaxy. [339] Risa is the site of the most elaborate climate control system in the Federation, as well as seismic regulators. Without this control a lot of the surface area would have been an unpleasant swampland ridden with earthquakes. [5] Risa is approximately 90 light years from Earth, and was first visited by Humans in 2152 when the NX-01 crew took shore leave there. The planet was considered to be very cosmopolitan at the time, with visitors from many different species. [468] Tourism was one of the major industries on Risa, with the Vulcan database listing more than two hundred registered Nuvian masseuses on the planet [400] and attractions including subterranean gardens filled with luminescent plants, steam pools [468], and a water recreation park. [469]

In 2135 T'Pol tracked a two Vulcan fugitives to Risa. She killed one, but the other escaped. [9] In the 24th century, Commander Riker was very fond of the planet and managed to convince Captain Picard to holiday there. [5] Riker met and had a brief romance with a Ktarian woman, Etana Jol, on the planet in 2368, though she subsequently proved to be a covert operative. [428] Geordi La Forge was on his way to Risa in 2367 when he was abducted by Romulans. [380] Starfleet intelligence believed that Federation Ambassador Krajensky was replaced by a Founder infiltrator whilst visiting Risa in 2371 [96] Worf and Jadzia also vacationed on the planet in 2373, where they encountered the New Essentialist, a small political movement that saw Risa as an example of how decadent the Federation had begun. The New Essentialists briefly seized control of the weather and seismic control systems during the visit. [339] In 2375 Grand Nagus Zek and Ishka retired on the planet. [64]

In 2381 Risa was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. Large numbers of Risans and guests were evacuated before the Borg arrived but the surface of the planet itself was devastated in the attack, killing every living thing. [4]
Captain's Holiday
Rivos V [266] Planet located in the Delta Quadrant of the galaxy. [266] Think Tank
Rochanie III [310] Kurzon Dax and Sisko were cornered by Kaleans here [310] Dramatis Personae
Romulus [466] Located in Sector Z-6, Romulus is the capital world of the Romulan Empire and home planet of the Romulan species. [466] Romulus was colonised some time after the rise of Surak's philosophy of non-emotionalism on Vulcan in the year 370. Those Vulcans who refused to accept this transition left the planet, founding various settlements on different planets u as they travelled. One group eventually settled on Romulus and founded a new civilisation there. [220] The Romulan civilisation has generally been an aggressive one, and in the 22nd century they fought a war with Earth forces. The war eventually ended with the creation of a neutral zone between the two, a volume of space which both sides were forbidden to send any military forces into. [466] Over the years some transgressions did occur, but very few Federation personnel had ever actually penetrated to Romulus itself even by the 24th century. [308]

Admiral Jarok considered Romulus to be more beautiful than any of the hundred plus worlds he had visited in his military career. He was particularly impressed by the the firefalls of Gath Gal'thong, the Apnex Sea, and the valley of Chula. [390]

In 2368 Federation intelligence located Ambassador Spock on Romulus [223], prompting a covert mission by Captain Picard and Lieutenant Commander Data to the planet. Spock had been working on his own initiative to try and work towards the reunification of the Romulan and Vulcan people. Although Data and Picard did help Spock avert a crisis involving a Romulan attempt to invade Vulcan itself, Spock chose to remain behind on Romulus in order to continue working towards a peaceful reunification. [305]

The planet Remus was located in the same system as Romulus. In 2379 Shinzon murdered the entire Romulan Senate with Thalaron Radiation and requested talks with the Federation. Captain Jean Luc Picard took the Enterprise-E to Romulus itself, the first time a Federation Starship had penetrated the system. The invitation proved to be a trap, but the Enterprise was able to escape. [155]

Spock did make some progress in his efforts to deepen relations between Romulus and the Federation and in 2387, when the planet was threatened by an exploding star, the Romulans approached him to request Federation assistance. Spock personally piloted the vessel that would attempt to neutralise the exploding star with an injection of red matter, but he was too late. Romulus was destroyed with the loss of the entire population. [188]

Balance of Terror
Ronara Prime [362] Planet in the demilitarised zone between the Federation and Cardassia. Ro Laren went here to infiltrate a Maquis group in 2370. [362] Preemptive Strike
Rondac III [76] A Cardassian planet, site of a Dominion cloning facility. Damar's rebel forces attacked and destroyed the facility as part of his rebelion against the Dominion. [283] Weyoun speculated that the attack had been planned largely to prevent any more Weyoun clones from being produced. [6] The Changing Face of Evil
Rousseau V [171] Astroidal planetoid [171] The Dauphin
Ruah IV [63] Supports a type of proto Humanoid [63] The Chase
Rubicun III [470] Planet where the Edo live [470] Justice
Rujian [377] Planet known for the famous Rujian steeplechase. Ben Sisko and Curzon Dax once met a pair of seven foot tall Ruji sisters whilst at the race. [377] A Man Alone
Rura Penthe [371] Frozen moon, the site of an infamous Klingon forced labour camp. Also known as "The Alien's Graveyard" because of the extremely high death rate amongst the prisoners. [371] In 2152 Captain Archer was sent to Rura Pente, but the NX-01 crew managed to bribe the guards to secure his release. [289]

In 2381 Rura Pente was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was devastated in the attack. [4]
Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Rutia IV [471] Planet where terrorists kidnapped Dr. Crusher and Captain Picard [471] The High Ground
Sakura Prime [17] Planet in the Alpha Quadrant [17] Dreadnought
Salinia Prime [258] Class M planet in the Delta Quadrant. [258] Warhead
Saltok IV [331] Federation colony world in the Demilitarized Zone between the Federation and Cardassia. In 2370 a Federation merchant shipping medical supplies to the planet was fired on by Cardassian forces; Gul Evek claimed that the ship had in fact been running weapons and had refused to be boarded for inspection. [331] The Maquis, Part 1
Salva II [280] In the Demilitarised Zone. Cardassian colony in treaty signing. [280] For the Uniform
Sarona VIII [166] Destination of the Enterprise-D before it went on to Vandor IX. [166] We'll Always Have Paris
Sarpedion V [69] The fifth planet of the Sarpedion planetary system, located within Cardassian space. Sarpedion V was the headquarters of the Cardassian Twelfth Order during the Dominion war. As such, it was considered to be one of the most heavily fortified locations in the entire Cardassian Union. [69]

In 2375, Chancellor Gowron planned a direct assault on Sarpedion V. He ordered General Martok to lead the attack with a force of fifteen Vorcha-class cruisers, a force level that Gowron thought would 'barely scratch' the defences. [69]

This order led Worf to accuse Gowron of reckless disregard for his men. The two fought, and Worf killed Gowron. Worf declined the Chancellorship, placing Martok in the leadership position in his place. The attack was thus never carried out. [69]
Tacking into the Wind
Sarpeidon [472] Beta Niobe system. Destroyed when sun went nova [472] All Our Yesterdays
Sarthong V [5] Famous archeological ruins. Captain Picard advised Vash not to go here [5], but she went anyway and managed to secure some valuable artefacts. [473] Captain's Holiday
Saturn [412] Sol VI, ringed planet [412] The First Duty
Sauria [474] The home planet of the Saurian species. Sauria had a gravity 20% greater than Earths, with a hot climate which produced intense weather activity on the surface. Widespread volcanism spewed toxic gases into the atmosphere. Most life on the planet was nocturnal. [474] Star Trek : Rise of the Federation - A Choice of Futures
Scalos [475] Planet whose inhabitants lived at a highly accelerated pace [475] Wink of an Eye
Secarus IV [177] This planet was the last hiding place of the Albino. In 2370 Kor, Koloth, Kang and Jadzia Dax stormed his compound on the planet, killing him. [177] Blood Oath
Selay [40] Home world to reptile people [40] Lonely Among Us
Selek IV [271] Delta quadrant planet. Gar was heading to a gambling tournament here when he was apprehended by Captain Janeway for stealing Voyager's EMH. [271] Critical Care
Selnia Prime [265] Delat quadrant planet. Dala claimed that her group of con artists were clerics from Selnia Prime as part of their deception of Neelix and Tom Paris. [265] Live Fast and Prosper
Sentinel Minor IV [361] Destination of the USS Lalo before they where destroyed by the Borg [361] The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
Septimus III [476] A Cardassian world, headquarters of the Eleventh Order. In 2375 fifteen Klingon divisions attacked the planet. Weyoun didn't consider it important enough to send reinforcements, and as a result the Klingons obliterated the entire Order, some 500,000 people. [476] Strange Bedfellows
Seros [477] Delta Quadrant planet, hom eworld of the Serosian people. Voyager encountered a ship from Seros in 2374. [477] Revulsion
Setlik III [478] Site of a Cardassian invasion [478] The Wounded
Sha Ka Ree [425] Also known as Vorta' Vor and Eden, this planet was thought to be mythical until it was found at the centre of the galaxy beyond the Great Barrier. The Enterprise-A travelled here in 2285. [425] Star Trek V : The Final Frontier
Shantil III [163] Planet which was the location of the island Tanagra. According to Tamarian mythology, the hunters Darmok and Jalad went to the island separately and overcame a dangerous beast there before leaving together, having gained a common understanding of one another. To the Tamarians the phrases 'Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra' and 'Darmok and Jalad on the Ocean' represented the gaining of understanding and friendship through facing a common enemy, and it was this tactic they used to establish communications with the Federation. [163] Darmok
Sherman's Planet [300] Planet which lay near to Deep Space Station K-7, on the Federation/Klingon border. Ownership was disputed by the Federation and Klingons, though the Federation had the stronger claim. Under the terms of the Organian peace treaty the planet would go to whoever could best develop it. [300]

In 2381 Sherman's Planet was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was devastated in the attack. [4]
The Trouble With Tribbles
Sheva II [141] A Cardassian planet, site of a Jem'Hadar cloning facility. It was one of several targets in General Martok's hit and run raid into Dominion space in 2375. [141] Once More Unto the Breach
Shiralea VI [378] Location of the Parallax colony [378] Cost of Living
Sigma Draconis III [479] Class M Planet whose level of technical development was equivalent to Earth in the year 1485. [479] Spock's Brain
Sigma Draconis IV [479] Class M Planet whose level of technical development was equivalent to Earth in the year 2030. [479] Spock's Brain
Sigma Draconis VI [479] Class M planet, home of the Morg and Eymorg civilisations. Spock's brain was taken here after it was stolen by an Eymorg. [479] Spock's Brain
Sigma Iotia II [107] Planet whose inhabitants mimicked Earth mobsters [107] A Piece of the Action
Signia Minor [101] Earth Colony threatened by famine [101] The Conscience of the King
Sikaris [12] Delta Quadrant planet, homewold of an advanced Humanoid species. Sikaris was approximately 40,000 light-years from Alastria. It had a mantle of tetrahedral quartz 20 kilometres thick which the natives used to allow their trajector technology to work. [12] Prime Factors
Simperia [64] A Cardassian planet, site of a base in Damar's rebellion. The base was destroyed by the Dominion in the later stages of the Dominion war. [64] The Dogs of War
Sobras [480] Kazon-Pommar world [480] Alliances
Sobras [480] Delta quadrant planet which Voyager visited in 2372. The planet was the location of a Kazon-Pommar settlement. Neelix had a friend there who had the ear of the Pommar Maje. Voyager visited Sobras to attend a conference with several Kazon sects in hopes of forming a limited alliance. The attempt was sabotaged by the Trabe, and Voyager departed soon afterwards. [480] Alliances
Solais V [322] Place where Riva helped end a war. [322] In 2371 Kasidy Yates' ship hauled a load of duridium ore to Solais Five. [96] Loud as a Whisper
Solarion IV [224] Federation colony world located close to Cardassian space. [224] Ensign Ro
Solosos III [280] Planet in the Federation/Cardassian de-militarised zone. Site of a Maquis colony, the entire planet was poisoned with trilithium resin by Captain Sisko and therefore rendered uninhabitable to Humans for the next 50 years. [280] For the Uniform
Sothis III [63] Home world of the Satarran people [63] The Chase
Soukara [151] Planet in Dominion controlled space. [151] Change of Heart
Stakoron II [51] Planet in the Gamma Quadrant which contained deposits of Mizainite ore. [51] The Nagus
Stameris [481] Location of a slave market in 2151; probably but not certainly a planet. [481] Acquisition
Straleb [31] Planet in the Omega Sagitta system, home of a relatively primitive spacefaring species. [31] The Outrageous Okona
Styris IV [388] Plagued by Anchilles Fever in 2364 [388] Code of Honor
Surata IV [482] Planet on which Riker was injured by a poisonous plant. [482] Shades of Gray
Suvin IV [389] Planet with famous ruins [389] Rascals
Syrath [161] Syrath, also known as Syr, was the homeworld of the Syrath species. It was an extreme environment planet, with a surface pressure of two hundred times standard atmospheric pressure. [161] Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
T' Lani III [483] Planet whose population was wiped out by a war involving weapons called Harvesters. [483] Armageddon Game
T' Lani Prime [483] Planet in the T'Lani system [483] Armageddon Game
T'Khut [4] A Vulcan planet, in 2381 T'Khut was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
T'lli Beta [128] Destination of the Enterprise-D when it encountered 2 dimensional creatures [128] The Loss
Tagra IV [298] Planet located in the Argolis Cluster. Tagra IV suffered from massive environmental contamination until the damage was repaired by Amanda Rogers. [298] True-Q
Tagus III [473] Planet with many archeological sites [473] Qpid
Takar [484] Delta Quadrant. Second planet in system; Class M [484] False Profits
Takara [485] Homeworld of the Takarans. [485] Suspicions
Talagos Prime [318] A Federation colony planet in the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the USS Bombay was going to transport Lieutenant Commander Stutzman to the colony on Talagos Prime so that he could rejoin the USS Endeavour when it arrived there. The Bombay never made the journey, as it was destroyed by the Tholians at Ravanar IV. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Talax [467] Home of the Talaxians [467] Jetrel
Talos IV [407] Home of the Talosians, one of the most powerful telepathic species [407] The Cage
Tamaal [136] Planet which was home to a large trading outpost with over two million inhabitants. It was located in a binary star system. [136] Canamar
Tamaros III [318] A planet which was part of the Tamaros system, one of at least three in the system. In 124 BC the Nemite Revolution occurred on the planet. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Tandar Prime [486] Alpha Quadrant planet, home planet of the Tandarians. [486] Detained
Tantalus V [487] Federation penal colony [487] Dagger of the Mind
Tanuga IV [312] Dr. Apgar worked on the Krieger Wave converter here [312] A Matter of Perspective
Tarakis [262] Location of telepathic memorial [262] Memorial
Tarchannen III [392] Crewmembers from the USS Victory were infected by alien DNA here [392] Identity Crisis
Tarella [66] Home of the Tarellians, who were all but destroyed in a biological war [66] Haven
Taresia [488] Planet in the Delta Quadrant. Taresia is the third planet in the system and home planet of the Taresians. The system is subject to a blockade by the Nasari, and Voyager was attacked when it attempted to visit the planet in 2373. [488] Favorite Son
Tarkalea [489] Home planet of the Tarkaleans. In 2152 T'Pol contacted Tarkalea to inform them of the loss of one of their transport ships. [489] Regeneration
Tarod IX [59] Planet located near the Romulan Neutral Zone. [59] The Neutral Zone
Tarok [490] A class M moon in Kazon-Olga space. [490] Initiations
Tarsas III [137] The planet which Starbase 74 orbits. [137] 11001001
Tarsus IV [101] Federation colony, site of the infamous massacre by Kodos the Executioner. [101] The Conscience of the King
Tartaras V [130] Vash decided to explore here [130] Q-Less
Tau Alpha C [491] The Traveller's home world. [491] Where No One Has Gone Before
Tau Ceti III [307] Planet where Picard met Captain Keel for the first time in a rather exotic bar. [307] Conspiracy
Tau Ceti Prime [241] Site of tragic accident in 2358 that claimed the life of Admiral Janeway [241] Coda
Tau Cygna V [492] A Human colony was established here in violation of the Treaty of Armens. It was removed when the Sheliak decided to claim the planet in accordance with the treaty. [492] The Ensigns of Command
Taurus II [348] Class M planet located within the boundaries of the Quasar-like phenomenon of Murusaki-312. The planet was unexplored prior to 2267; in that year the shuttlecraft Galileo crash landed there whilst exploring Murusaki. The planet was home to a primitive species of very large furry humanoids, who proved to be very aggressive towards outsiders. [348] The Galileo Seven
Tavela Minor [493] Planet nurse Ogawa considered takinga holiday on [493] Imaginary Friend
Teerza Prime [181] Dr. Phlox's wife Kessil moved to this planet to be with her third husband. [181] Stigma
Telfas prime [480] Delta Quadrant planet on which a mining community was located. [480] Alliances
Tellar [113] Home world of the Tellarite civilisation; within striking distance of Betazed [113] The NX-01 visited Tellar Prime in 2154. [494]

In 2381 Tellar was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. The planet was devastated in the attack. [4]
In the Pale Moonlight
Telsius Prime [265] Delta Quadrant planet, location of a bolomite mining facility. In 2376 a group of confidence tricksters masquerading as Voyager crewmembers stole ten kilotons of ore from the planet. [265] Live Fast and Prosper
Teluridian IV [95] Alpha Quadrant planet [95] Ex Post Facto
Terlina III [67] Planet where Noonien Soongs laboratory was situated [429] Inheritance
Terosa Prime [116] Planet which Nidell and her husband Professor Gideon Seyetik visited 2367. Nidell almost died on the planet when she lost control of her telepathic abilities. [116] Second Sight
Terra Nova [495] Earth's first extrasolar colony world, colonised sometime prior to 2076. [495] Terra Nova
Tesnia [496] Home planet of the Tesnians. It's atmosphere contains Boron gas. [496] Shuttlepod One
Tessen III [378] Federation planet threatened by an asteroid in 2368. The Enterprise-D managed to destroy the asteroid. [378] Cost of Living
Tessik Prime [497] Planet visited by the NX-01 Enterprise in 2152 about a month before visiting an alien repair station. [497] Dead Stop
Tethys III [319] Planet with a Hydrogen-Helium composition and a frozen core. It was located hundreds of light years away from the Paxan homeworld. [319] Clues
Thalos VI [94] A planet on which Gaila was once arrested for vagrancy. [94] The Magnificent Ferengi
Thalos VII [171] Coca beans are aged for four hundred years here [171] The Dauphin
Thanatos VII [498] A plasma conduit was manufactured here for the Enterprise-D [498] Phantasms
Thasus [25] Planet where Charlie Evans grew up [25] Charlie X
The Wierd Planet [499] This Delta Quadrant world existed in a state of extreme temporal flux as a result of the subspace particle field produced by its tachyon core. The world had Gravimetric readings similar to that of a collapsed dwarf star. It also resembled a quasar in that it had a rate of rotation of approximately fifty eight revolutions per minute. The name was suggested by Naomi Wildman. Her initial suggestion was "The Weird Planet Where Time Moved Very Fast And So Did The People Who Lived There". Seven of Nine suggested a slightly more precise "The Weird Planet Displaced in Time". [499] Blink of an Eye
Thelka IV [105] Picard discovered an excellent dessert here [105] Lessons
Theta Cygni XII [190] Planet struck by the Denevan Neural Parasites [190] Operation: Annihilate!
Theta VII [56] Planet which requested vaccines from the USS Enterprise. [56] Obsession
Theta VIII [500] Final destination of the spacecraft Charybdis [500] The Royale
Tiburon [320] Zora carried out unethical experiments here [320] The Savage Curtain
Tilonus IV [501] Will Riker was brainwashed after being captured on an away mission here [501] Frame of Mind
Timor II [423] Planet on which the Ferengi found large deposits of pergium. They opened a large mining facility there. [423] Prodigal Daughter
Titan [412] Moon of Saturn [412] The First Duty
Titus IV [183] Miles O'Brien almost stepped on a Lycosa Tarantula here [183] Realm of Fear
Tkon [225] The founding world of a great interstellar empire, long collapsed. [502] The Last Outpost
Tohvun III [413] Neutral planet on the Federation-Cardassian border [413] Chain of Command, Part 2
Torad IV [503] Gamma Quadrant; a planet which has mysterious botanical specimens [503] Body Parts
Toranius Prime [262] Popular vacation planet from Turakus [262] Memorial
Torga IV [504] Gamma Quadrant; vast quantities of cormaline [504] The Ship
Torman V [156] Picard gained transport for Celtris III from this planet [156] Chain of Command, Part 1
Torna IV [354] Planet somewhere in the vicinity of Deep Space Nine. Kor was on Torna IV when he boasted of finding the Shroud of the Sword whilst intoxicated. Toral overheard the boast and began to follow Kor in hopes of finding the Sword of Khaless. [354] The Sword of Kahless
Torona IV [505] Home of the Jarada [505] The Big Goodbye
Torros III [506] Location of Jem'Hadar space docks; destroyed by Federation forces at start of war. [506] Call to Arms
Tracken II [280] In the Demilitarised Zone; Maquis colony [280] For the Uniform
Tranome Sar [206] Site of a Klingon battle. [206] A Matter of Honor
Trelka V [141] A Cardassian planet, home of a Dominion base with 10,000 troops and an orbiting drydock. The base was the first target of General Martok's hit and run raid in 2375. One of his ships was destroyed in the battle. Martok commented that destroying the base would take half the Ninth Fleet. [141] Once More Unto the Breach
Trelkis Three [73] A planet known for having multi-centric rings. Mayweather always wanted to visit. [73] Horizon
Triacus [396] Gorgan killed a Federation science team on this planet [396] And the Children Shall Lead
Trialas IV [507] Planet in the Borderlands area. Arik Soong took a group of Augmented embryos to this world after stealing them from Cold Station 12 in the 2130s. [508] The NX-01 visited the planet in 2154. [507] Cold Station 12
Triannon [509] Planet in the Delphic Expanse, located 6.3 light years from one of the spheres in the Muratas Star Cluster. [509] Chosen Realm
Trill home world [510] Class M planet, home of hte Trill species. May be called Trillius Prime. [510] Equilibrium
Trillius Prime [287] Planet visited by Ensign Mayweather prior to 2151. It took him three years to get there. This is possibly the above mentioned Trill home world. [287] Broken Bow
Trinay III [318] A Federation outpost in the Taurus reach. In 2265 the cargo department of Starbase 47 (Vanguard) lost a power generator marked for the Trinay III outpost, much to the annoyance of Chief Petty Officer Elizabeth Langlois. [318] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Triskelion [335] M-24 Alpha system [335] The Gamesters of Triskelion
Troyius [311] Inhabited planet in the Tellun system, home to the Troyian species. [311]

In 2381 Troyius was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was saved by the intervention of the USS da Vinci. [4]
Elaan of Troyius
Turakus [262] Planet, now uninhabited, on which a group of civilians was massacred centuries ago. [262] Memorial
Turkana IV [395] Tasha Yars birthplace; site of a failed Federation colony [395] Legacy
Ty' Gokor [511] Planetoid in asteroid field deep in Klingon space; new site of Klingon HQ [511] Apocalypse Rising
Tycho IV [56] Home of the vampire cloud creature [56] Obsession
Typerias [127] A planet in the Taurus reach. Typerias was a good distance from Starbase 47 (Vanguard); it took the Archer-class scout-ship USS Sagittarius six weeks to reach the station from Typerias, which Commodore Reyes considered to be a good time for the journey. [127] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 3 - Reap The Whirlwind
Tyrannius Prime [262] Delta Quadrant planet where soldiers looked forward to spending free time centuries ago. [262] Memorial
Tyree [195] Planet on which Sisko found the Orb of the Emissary [195] Image in the Sand
Tyrellia [58] Federation planet with no atmosphere and no magnetic pole [58] Starship Mine
Tyrus VII A [150] Tyran system [150] The Quality of Life
Tyrus VIIa [150] Home of the Tyrus particle fountain [150] The Quality of Life
Tzenketh [512] Home world of the Tzenkethi [512] By Inferno's Light
Ufandi III [366] The Duras sisters transferred illegal goods through here [366] Firstborn
Ultima Thule [310] Location of Dolamide purification plant [310] Dramatis Personae
Umoth VIII [135] In the Demilitarised Zone [135] The Maquis, Part 2
Unefra III [278] Enabran Tain lived here during his retirement [278] Improbable Cause
Vacca VI [122] Planet located in the Vacca system in the Cabral sector. Class M, Vacca Vi served as the home for a group of Boraalans which the Enterprise-D transported from Boraal II when the atmosphere of that planet was destroyed. The environment on Vacca VI was a close match for that on Boraal II. [122] Homeward
Vadris III [130] Natives think they are the only intelligent life in the universe [130] Q-Less
Vagra II [513] Zed Lapis system. Tasha Yar was murdered on this planet. [513] Skin of Evil
Valakis [399] Home planet of the Valakians and the Menk. [399] Dear Doctor
Valo I [224] Planet in the Valo system. Valo III has at least three moons; the third of these held a secret Bajoran terrorist camp led by Orta. The Enterprise-D visited the moon in 2368 whilst investigating a terrorist attack which had apparently been launched by Orta's group. [224] Ensign Ro
Valo II [224] An M class planet located in the Valo system, near the Cardassian border. Valo II was the site of a Bajoran refugee camp during the Cardassian occupation of Bajor. The Enterprise-D visited the planet to speak to Keeve Falor in 2368 whilst investigating an apparent Bajoran terrorsit attack on the Federation. [224] Ensign Ro
Valo III [224] Located in the Valo system, near the Cardassian border [224] Ensign Ro
Valt Minor [349] Planet at war with Krios [349] The Perfect Mate
Vandor IV [166] Location of Doctor Manheims laboratory [166] We'll Always Have Paris
Vandros IV [328] Site of Iconian Gateway [328] To the Death
Varala [514] Habitable planet. Varala was the planet on which the Changeling Laas grew up after being sent out into the galaxy by his people. It was home to a snetient species known as the Varalans. [514] Chimera
Vega Colony [407] Destination of the USS Enterprise when it received a distress call from the USS Columbia [407] The Cage
Vega Reticuli [468] Captain Archer met a couple from Vega Reticuli whilst visiting Risa in 2152. [468] Two Days and Two Nights
Velara III [515] In the Pleiades Cluster. The Federation was attempting to terraform this planet in 2364, not realising that the process was destroying a microscopic native life form. [515] Home Soil
Velos VII [385] Location of a Cardassian internment camp was located. Dekon Elig was imprisoned on Velos VII until he was killed during an escape attempt. [385] Babel
Veloz Prime [280] In the Demilitarised Zone; Cardassian colony; attacked by Maquis with biogenic weapon [280] For the Uniform
Vendikar [54] Fought a five century long computer war with Endikar, in the same system [54] A Taste of Armageddon
Ventani II [282] A Cardassian world, birthplace of Tret Akleen - the man considered to be the father of the Cardassian Union. [282] Tears of the Prophets
Ventax II [516] Planet that entered into a bargain with the devil, Ardra [516] Devil's Due
Venus [517] Sol II [517] Past Tense, Part 1
Verex III [508] Planet on which the Orions maintained a slave market. Verex III is heavily guarded and has high security. Nine members of the NX-01's crew were taken here after being abducted by an Orion raider. [508] Borderland
Veridian I [443] The first planet in the Veridian system. Veridian I was uninhabited. There was a single moon orbiting the planet. On the alternate timeline created by Dr. Soren's destruction of the Veridian sun, Veridian I and the other planets in the system were destroyed. [443] Star Trek : Generations
Veridian II [443] The second planet in the Veridian system. Veridian II was uninhabited. There were two moons orbiting the planet along with a ring system. On the alternate timeline created by Dr. Soren's destruction of the Veridian sun, Veridian II and the other planets in the system were destroyed. [443] Star Trek : Generations
Veridian III [443] The third planet in the Veridian system. Veridian II was a Class M world but did not have a sentient native population. Dr Tolian Soren set up his Trilithium weapon here in 2371, intending to use it to destroy the Veridian star and so alter the course of the nexus, allowing him to enter it. The plan succeeded, destroying Veridian II and all the other planets in the system. Fortunately Captain Picard and Admiral Kirk were able to travel back in time and prevent Soren from launching his weapon, moving those events into an alternate timeline. Captain Kirk was killed in the effort, and was buried in a stone cairn on a mountaintop on the planet.

The Enterprise-D engaged in battle with a Klingon Bird of Prey in orbit of Veridian system, leading to the loss of the ship. The saucer section crashlanded on Veridian III. The bulk of the crew survived and were subsequently rescued. [443]
Star Trek : Generations
Veridian IV [443] The fourth planet in the Veridian system. Veridian IV was home to a pre-industrial civilisation of some 230 million. There were two moons orbiting the planet. In the alternate timeline created by Dr. Soren's destruction of the Veridian sun, Veridian IV and the other planets in the system were destroyed. [443] Star Trek : Generations
Veridian V [443] The fifth planet in the Veridian system. Veridian V was uninhabited. There was one moon orbiting the planet. On the alternate timeline created by Dr. Soren's destruction of the Veridian sun, Veridian V and the other planets in the system were destroyed. [443] Star Trek : Generations
Veridian VI [443] The sixth and outermost planet in the Veridian system. Veridian VI was uninhabited. There were two moons orbiting the planet along with a ring system. On the alternate timeline created by Dr. Soren's destruction of the Veridian sun, Veridian VI and the other planets in the system were destroyed. [443] Star Trek : Generations
Vico V [264] Alpha Quadrant planet reputed to have one of the wildest skies in the entire quadrant. [264] Good Shepherd
Vilmor II [63] Clues to the ancient seeding of Humanoids was found here [63] The Chase
Vissia [518] Home planet of the Vissians. [518] Cogenitor
Volchok Prime [51] The Ferengi Hoex bought his rivals cargo port here [51] The Nagus
Volon II [331] In the Demilitarised Zone [331] The Maquis, Part 1
Volon III [135] In the Demilitarised Zone [135] The Maquis, Part 2
Vulcan [28] Home world of the Vulcans, founding members of the Federation [28] The Enterprise visited Vulcan in 2267 to pick up Ambassador Spock for the Coridan Conference. [75] The planet has seen several civil wars, the last in 2154. [519] The war was ended with the help of the NX-01. [520] The Enterprise-D also visited in 2366 to transport Ambassador Sarek to a conference with the Legarans [20], and again in 2370 to foil a plot to steal an ancient telepathic weapon. [220]

In 2381 Vulcan was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was devastated in the attack. [4]
Amok Time
Wrigley's Pleasure Planet [168] Planet where Enterprise crewmember Darnell met a beautiful woman [168] The Man Trap
Xanthras III [50] Destination of the Enterprise-D in 2366 [50] Menage a Troi
Xantoras [521] Planet visited by the NX-01 Enterprise in 2153. The ship rescued a party of Denobulan geologists who were working there at the time. [521] The Breach
Xarantine [4] Home of the Xarantine civilisation. In 2381 Xarantine was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was badly damaged in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Xerxes VII [13] Legend says a mythical land called Neinman is found here [13] When the Bough Breaks
Xindus [522] The original homeworld of the Xindi, Xindus was destroyed in a civil war between the various subspecies. The Xindi-Avians were rendered extinct in the destruction, prompting the creation of the Xindi ruling council. [523] The NX-01 visited the remains of Xindus in 2153. [215] The Council
Yadalla Prime [98] Archeological site, possible target for Baran's mercenary team [98] Gambit, Part 1
Yadera II [133] Gamma Quadrant home of Rurigan [133] Shadowplay
Yadera Prime [133] Conquered by the Dominion in 2340 [133] Shadowplay
Yerad III [117] A planet just outside the bounds of the Taurus Reach. The planet was considered by Cervantes Quinn as a third-rate imitation of Risa or Wrigley’s Pleasure Planet, the home of a large number of resorts, spas and other tourist destinations. It was also known for being the home of a loose collection of nefarious individuals, many of whom used the remote isolated location and large volume of traffic to and from the planet to hide their activities from the authorities. The Yerad system was the home of an outer planet which contained dilithium mines. [117]

In 2265 the Klingon Empire was interested in the Yerad system, both for the dilithium mines and as a possible strategic point for ship servicing operations. The criminal Ganz also had operations on Yerad III. [117]
Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Yridia [4] Home world of the Yridian civilisation. In 2381 Yridia was one of the Alpha Quadrant planets targeted in the Borg attack. It was devastated in the attack. [4] Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Zadar IV [13] Planet where Dr. Harry Bernard once lived [13] When the Bough Breaks
Zalkon [245] Home world of the Zalkonians [245] Transfigurations
Zayra IV [183] Where Miles O'Brien rerouted an emitter array [183] Realm of Fear
Zenstala II [117] A Tholian planet close to the Taurus Reach. In 2265 the a Klingon task force attacked and destroyed the Tholian military outpost on Zenstala II. [117] Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Zeon [309] Peaceful neighbors to the planet Ekos [309] Patterns of Force
Zeta Alpha II [361] USS Lalo departed here before being lost to the Borg [361] The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
Zetar [406] Home to the Zetareans, destroyed millennia ago [406] The Lights of Zetar
Zytchin III [5] Captain Picard once spent a four day vacation there which he claimed not to enjoy [5] Captain's Holiday

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References

# Series Season Source Comment
1 VOY 6 Survival Instinct
2 TOS 2 Bread and Circuses
3 TNG 3 The Vengeance Factor
4 Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
5 TNG 3 Captain's Holiday
6 DS9 7 When it Rains...
7 TNG 4 Data's Day
8 DS9 5 Doctor Bashir, I Presume?
9 ENT 2 The Seventh
10 DS9 5 ...Nor the Battle to the Strong
11 VOY 3 The Chute
12 VOY 1 Prime Factors
13 TNG 1 When the Bough Breaks
14 TOS 2 The Deadly Years
15 TNG 1 Coming of Age
16 TOS 1 The Enemy Within
17 VOY 2 Dreadnought
18 TOS 2 The Ultimate Computer
19 TOS 2 Wolf in the Fold
20 TNG 3 Sarek
21 TOS 1 Court Martial
22 TNG 4 The Host
23 TNG 4 Galaxy's Child
24 TNG 4 Future Imperfect
25 TOS 1 Charlie X
26 TNG 1 Encounter at Farpoint
27 DS9 3 Prophet Motive
28 TOS 2 Amok Time
29 Star Trek II : The Wrath of Khan
30 Star Trek Beyond
31 TNG 2 The Outrageous Okona
32 TNG 6 Birthright, Part 1
33 DS9 4 Return to Grace
34 TOS 1 Shore Leave
35 ENT 4 The Aenar
36 DS9 5 In the Cards
37 TNG 1 Angel One
38 TNG 3 The Hunted
39 TNG 2 Manhunt
40 TNG 1 Lonely Among Us
41 TOS 3 Whom Gods Destroy
42 DS9 7 The Siege of AR-558
43 VOY 6 One Small Step
44 DS9 4 Broken Link
45 TNG 3 Yesterday's Enterprise
46 ENT 1 Strange New World
47 ENT 4 In A Mirror, Darkly Part II From his onscreen biography
48 ENT 4 In A Mirror, Darkly Part II
49 ENT 4 In A Mirror, Darkly Part II From Archer's onscreen biography
50 TNG 3 Menage a Troi
51 DS9 1 The Nagus
52 TOS 3 The Cloud Minders
53 VOY 3 Displaced
54 TOS 1 A Taste of Armageddon
55 DS9 4 Hard Time
56 TOS 2 Obsession
57 TOS 3 Let that be Your Last Battlefield
58 TNG 6 Starship Mine
59 TNG 1 The Neutral Zone
60 From the episode script
61 TOS 2 Return to Tomorrow
62 TNG 1 The Arsenal of Freedom
63 TNG 6 The Chase
64 DS9 7 The Dogs of War
65 DS9 5 Blaze of Glory
66 TNG 1 Haven
67 TNG 7 Inheritance
68 TNG 2 The Child
69 DS9 7 Tacking into the Wind
70 VOY 1 Faces
71 ENT 3 Stratagem
72 ENT 3 Azati Prime
73 ENT 2 Horizon
74 Star Trek : Insurrection
75 TOS 2 Journey to Babel
76 Various Deep Space Nine episodes
77 DS9 2 The Homecoming
78 DS9 3 The House of Quark
79 DS9 3 Shakaar
80 DS9 5 The Assignment
81 DS9 1 The Storyteller
82 DS9 5 Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places
83 DS9 7 Penumbra
84 DS9 2 The Circle
85 DS9 2 Rules of Acquisition
86 DS9 2 Sanctuary
87 DS9 3 Second Skin
88 DS9 4 Rules of Engagement
89 DS9 6 The Reckoning
90 DS9 1 Progress
91 DS9 2 Whispers
92 DS9 1 Past Prologue
93 DS9 2 The Siege
94 DS9 6 The Magnificent Ferengi
95 VOY 1 Ex Post Facto
96 DS9 3 The Adversary
97 TNG 7 Thine Own Self
98 TNG 7 Gambit, Part 1
99 TNG 7 Eye of the Beholder
100 TNG 3 The Price
101 TOS 1 The Conscience of the King
102 VOY 4 Vis-a-Vis
103 TOS 1 This Side of Paradise
104 ENT 4 Bound
105 TNG 6 Lessons
106 TNG 3 The Most Toys
107 TOS 2 A Piece of the Action
108 TOS 1 The Return of the Archons
109 TNG 2 The Icarus Factor
110 TNG 5 Redemption, Part 2
111 TOS 1 The Squire of Gothos
112 TOS 3 Day of the Dove
113 DS9 6 In the Pale Moonlight
114 TNG 3 Evolution
115 TNG 5 New Ground
116 DS9 2 Second Sight
117 Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
118 TNG 6 Face of the Enemy
119 TNG 3 Allegiance
120 DS9 6 Who Mourns for Morn?
121 DS9 4 Hippocratic Oath
122 TNG 7 Homeward
123 TNG 2 The Emissary
124 DS9 4 The Quickening
125 TNG 5 Silicon Avatar
126 DS9 4 The Way of the Warrior
127 Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 3 - Reap The Whirlwind
128 TNG 4 The Loss
129 TNG 2 Peak Performance
130 DS9 1 Q-Less
131 TNG 3 Deja Q
132 TNG 1 Symbiosis
133 DS9 2 Shadowplay
134 TNG 2 Up The Long Ladder
135 DS9 2 The Maquis, Part 2
136 ENT 2 Canamar
137 TNG 1 11001001
138 TNG 7 Dark Page
139 VOY 1 Caretaker
140 TNG 7 Sub Rosa
141 DS9 7 Once More Unto the Breach
142 DS9 3 The Search, Part 1
143 DS9 2 Playing God
144 TNG 7 Bloodlines
145 DS9 3 Defiant
146 TOS 3 Turnabout Intruder
147 TOS 1 Where No Man Has Gone Before
148 TOS 2 Friday's Child
149 DS9 2 The Wire
150 TNG 6 The Quality of Life
151 DS9 6 Change of Heart
152 DS9 6 Inquisition
153 TNG 4 Suddenly Human
154 TOS 3 The Way to Eden
155 Star Trek : Nemesis
156 TNG 6 Chain of Command, Part 1
157 TNG 1 Too Short a Season
158 TOS 1 Arena
159 TOS 1 Space Seed
160 VOY 1 Time and Again
161 Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
162 TNG 3 Tin Man
163 TNG 5 Darmok
164 TNG 3 Booby Trap
165 TNG 5 Conundrum
166 TNG 1 We'll Always Have Paris
167 ENT 1 Shadows of P'Jem
168 TOS 1 The Man Trap
169 TOS 1 Tomorrow is Yesterday
170 ENT 1 Rogue Planet
171 TNG 2 The Dauphin
172 TNG 4 The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2
173 TNG 4 The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2 This likely took place in 2323, assuming Picard was rejected at age 18 and then accepted on his second try
174 TOS 3 For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
175 DS9 3 Visionary
176 DS9 6 Time's Orphan
177 DS9 2 Blood Oath
178 DS9 6 Honor Among Thieves
179 DS9 7 Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
180 TNG 6 A Fistful of Datas
181 ENT 2 Stigma
182 TNG 4 The Drumhead
183 TNG 6 Realm of Fear
184 VOY 3 Sacred Ground
185 TNG 4 Remember Me
186 Star Trek : The Motion Picture
187 TNG 3 The Survivors
188 Star Trek XI
189 TOS 2 I, Mudd
190 TOS 1 Operation: Annihilate!
191 TOS 1 Operation: Annihilate! Kirk states that it was colonised a century ago
192 TNG 2 Contagion
193 ENT 1 Oasis
194 TNG 6 Aquiel
195 DS9 7 Image in the Sand
196 TNG 5 Time's Arrow, Part 1
197 ENT 2 Dawn
198 ENT 1 Civilization
199 ENT 1 Sleeping Dogs
200 ENT 1 Vox Sola
201 ENT 1 Desert Crossing
202 ENT 2 Marauders
203 ENT 2 The Communicator
204 Various Next Generation episodes
205 TNG 6 Descent, Part 1
206 TNG 2 A Matter of Honor
207 TNG 2 The Schizoid Man
208 TNG 2 Samaritan Snare
209 TNG 2 Pen Pals
210 ENT 3 Hatchery
211 ENT 3 North Star
212 ENT 3 The Shipment
213 ENT 3 Exile
214 ENT 3 Rajiin
215 ENT 3 The Xindi
216 ENT 3 Extinction
217 TOS 1 The Alternative Factor
218 TOS 1 Miri
219 TOS 1 The City on the Edge of Forever
220 TNG 7 Gambit, Part 2
221 TNG 7 Liaisons
222 TOS 3 The Paradise Syndrome
223 TNG 5 Unification, Part 1
224 TNG 5 Ensign Ro
225 TNG 1 The Last Outpost
226 TNG 5 The Outcast
227 VOY 1 State of Flux
228 VOY 1 Emanations
229 Various Voyager episodes
230 VOY 1 Cathexis
231 TNG 3 The Bonding
232 VOY 2 Tattoo
233 VOY 2 Parturition
234 VOY 2 Resistance
235 TNG 3 Hollow Pursuits
236 VOY 2 Basics, Part 1
237 VOY 2 Tuvix
238 VOY 2 The Thaw
239 VOY 3 Scorpion, Part 1
240 VOY 3 Blood Fever
241 VOY 3 Coda
242 VOY 3 Macrocosm
243 VOY 3 Darkling
244 VOY 3 Rise
245 TNG 3 Transfigurations
246 VOY 3 Unity
247 VOY 4 Year of Hell, Part 1
248 VOY 4 Concerning Flight
249 VOY 4 Demon
250 VOY 4 Random Thoughts
251 VOY 5 Extreme Risk
252 VOY 5 In the Flesh
253 VOY 5 Once Upon a Time
254 VOY 4 Retrospect
255 VOY 5 Timeless
256 VOY 4 Waking Moments
257 VOY 5 Course: Oblivion
258 VOY 5 Warhead
259 VOY 6 Dragon's Teeth
260 VOY 6 Virtuoso
261 VOY 5 Someone to Watch Over Me
262 VOY 6 Memorial
263 VOY 6 Child's Play
264 VOY 6 Good Shepherd
265 VOY 6 Live Fast and Prosper
266 VOY 5 Think Tank
267 VOY 6 Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
268 VOY 7 Q2
269 VOY 7 Endgame, Part 1
270 VOY 7 Nightingale
271 VOY 7 Critical Care
272 VOY 7 Prophecy
273 DS9 6 Rocks and Shoals
274 DS9 3 The Die is Cast
275 DS9 1 Battle Lines
276 DS9 5 The Darkness and the Light
277 DS9 3 Heart of Stone
278 DS9 3 Improbable Cause
279 DS9 5 The Ascent
280 DS9 5 For the Uniform
281 DS9 6 Waltz
282 DS9 6 Tears of the Prophets
283 DS9 7 The Changing Face of Evil
284 DS9 5 Trials and Tribble-ations
285 ENT 1 Silent Enemy
286 ENT 1 Fight or Flight
287 ENT 1 Broken Bow
288 ENT 2 Minefield
289 ENT 2 Judgment
290 ENT 2 Precious Cargo
291 TOS 1 The Menagerie, Part 1
292 TOS 2 By Any Other Name
293 TNG 4 In Theory
294 ENT 2 The Catwalk
295 ENT 2 Bounty
296 Various Original Series episodes Appears in the title sequence of the remastered original series episodes
297 TNG 7 Journey's End
298 TNG 6 True-Q
299 ENT 4 The Augments
300 TOS 2 The Trouble With Tribbles
301 DS9 6 Sons and Daughters
302 DS9 4 Indiscretion
303 VOY 2 Innocence
304 DS9 4 For the Cause
305 TNG 5 Unification, Part 2
306 TNG 6 Relics
307 TNG 1 Conspiracy
308 Generic canonical information
309 TOS 2 Patterns of Force
310 DS9 1 Dramatis Personae
311 TOS 3 Elaan of Troyius
312 TNG 3 A Matter of Perspective
313 VOY 3 Remember
314 TNG 2 Time Squared
315 TOS 2 Metamorphosis
316 VOY 6 Equinox, Part 2
317 TNG 5 Violations
318 Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
319 TNG 4 Clues
320 TOS 3 The Savage Curtain
321 TOS 1 What Are Little Girls Made Of?
322 TNG 2 Loud as a Whisper
323 DS9 3 Family Business
324 VOY 2 Lifesigns
325 DS9 5 A Simple Investigation
326 TNG 7 Parallels
327 Star Trek : Generations Guinan actually pronounces the planet name as Frocus III, but apparently this was a mistake
328 DS9 4 To the Death
329 TNG 2 Unnatural Selection
330 DS9 5 Children of Time
331 DS9 2 The Maquis, Part 1
332 TNG 3 The Offspring
333 TNG 3 The Enemy
334 TNG 4 Final Mission
335 TOS 2 The Gamesters of Triskelion
336 TOS 2 The Apple
337 TOS 3 The Empath
338 TNG 5 The Next Phase
339 DS9 5 Let He Who Is Without Sin...
340 VOY 7 Drive
341 DS9 2 Paradise
342 Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
343 TOS 3 The Mark of Gideon
344 TNG 5 Disaster
345 TNG 7 All Good Things
346 VOY 7 Flesh and Blood, Part 1
347 TOS 2 Mirror, Mirror
348 TOS 1 The Galileo Seven
349 TNG 5 The Perfect Mate
350 TNG 7 Force of Nature
351 VOY 2 Investigations
352 TOS 3 Requiem for Methuselah
353 DS9 6 Statistical Probabilities
354 DS9 4 The Sword of Kahless
355 VOY 3 Warlord
356 VOY 1 Parallax
357 DS9 2 Melora
358 DS9 2 The Jem'Hadar
359 Star Trek : First Contact
360 TOS 1 The Devil in the Dark
361 TNG 3 The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
362 TNG 7 Preemptive Strike
363 DS9 4 Starship Down
364 TNG 4 Half a Life
365 TOS 3 That Which Survives
366 TNG 7 Firstborn
367 TNG 5 The Inner Light
368 TNG 7 Attached
369 VOY 7 Author, Author
370 DS9 2 Invasive Procedures
371 Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
372 TNG 3 Sins of the Father
373 TNG 1 Heart of Glory
374 DS9 2 The Alternate
375 DS9 1 Dax
376 DS9 1 Duet
377 DS9 1 A Man Alone
378 TNG 5 Cost of Living
379 ENT 2 A Night In Sickbay
380 TNG 4 The Mind's Eye
381 TNG 5 The Perfect Mate It is presumed that the two are the same planet, though it seems odd that a Klingons would rule a non-Klingon world which was at war with another!
382 DS9 3 Meridian
383 TOS 2 The Doomsday Machine
384 VOY 5 Nothing Human
385 DS9 1 Babel
386 VOY 7 Natural Law
387 Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 4 - Open Secrets
388 TNG 1 Code of Honor
389 TNG 6 Rascals
390 TNG 3 The Defector
391 TNG 5 Power Play
392 TNG 4 Identity Crisis
393 TNG 4 First Contact
394 VOY 5 Juggernaut
395 TNG 4 Legacy
396 TOS 3 And the Children Shall Lead
397 TNG 7 Interface
398 VOY 2 The 37's
399 ENT 1 Dear Doctor
400 ENT 1 Fallen Hero
401 TOS 3 Is There in Truth no Beauty?
402 DS9 5 In Purgatory's Shadow
403 DS9 2 Necessary Evil
404 TNG 6 Ship in a Bottle
405 TOS 3 Spectre of the Gun
406 TOS 3 The Lights of Zetar
407 TOS 1 The Cage
408 TOS 1 The Cage Seen on a map display
409 Star Trek : Star Charts Page 22
410 VOY 4 Unforgettable
411 TNG 6 Tapestry
412 TNG 5 The First Duty
413 TNG 6 Chain of Command, Part 2
414 TNG 3 Who Watches The Watchers?
415 VOY 3 The Swarm
416 TNG 5 The Masterpiece Society
417 VOY 1 Learning Curve
418 ENT 1 Fortunate Son
419 TNG 6 Second Chances
420 TOS 2 A Private Little War
421 VOY 2 Resolutions
422 ENT 1 Shockwave, Part 1
423 DS9 7 Prodigal Daughter
424 Star Trek Into Darkness
425 Star Trek V : The Final Frontier
426 TNG 6 Rightful Heir
427 VOY 6 Tsunkatse
428 TNG 5 The Game
429 TNG 4 Brothers
430 TOS 2 The Omega Glory
431 TOS 2 Assignment: Earth
432 TNG 1 Datalore
433 TOS 1 Mudd's Women
434 TOS 1 Errand of Mercy
435 VOY 6 Fury
436 DS9 3 Life Support
437 ENT 2 Cease Fire
438 Star Trek : Titan, Book 3 - Orions Hounds
439 DS9 5 Business as Usual
440 TNG 5 A Matter of Time
441 VOY 7 Homestead
442 TOS 3 Plato's Stepchildren
443 Star Trek : Generations
444 Star Trek : Generations Pluto is now no longer considered to be a full planet, but is rather a "dwarf planet" - and indeed Generations does not contradict this claim. Our inclusion of it here is aimed at providing a complete list; we at DITL do not dispute the dwarf planet status!
445 TOS 2 Who Mourns for Adonais?
446 VOY 3 Flashback
447 TOS 1 The Naked Time
448 TOS 2 Catspaw
449 DS9 2 Rivals
450 Various Next Generation episodes It is presumed that the Klingon homeworld we see in TNG and beyond is the same planet that we see in TOS, but it is possible that they did indeed relocate and name their new world after the old one
451 TNG 4 Redemption, Part 1
452 Star Trek Into Darkness A shattered moon can be seen in orbit of the planet, indicating that something like the Praxis disaster has happened in this timeline, rather earlier than in the standard one
453 DS9 6 You are Cordially Invited...
454 VOY 6 Barge of the Dead
455 DS9 5 In Purgatory's Shadow Possibly named for the Kang we saw in the original series episode Day of the Dove
456 DS9 5 Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places The battle was said to have taken place at the dawn of the Empire, one thousand years ago. This contradicts the fact that Khaless has been dead for 1,500 years, stated in TNG Rightful Heir.
457 ENT 4 Affliction
458 ENT 4 Divergence
459 TNG 1 Hide and Q
460 VOY 7 Workforce, Part 1
461 VOY 1 Heroes and Demons
462 DS9 1 Vortex
463 TNG 2 Q Who
464 DS9 3 Fascination
465 TNG 6 Man of the People
466 TOS 1 Balance of Terror
467 VOY 1 Jetrel
468 ENT 1 Two Days and Two Nights
469 VOY 6 Riddles
470 TNG 1 Justice
471 TNG 3 The High Ground
472 TOS 3 All Our Yesterdays
473 TNG 4 Qpid
474 Star Trek : Rise of the Federation - A Choice of Futures
475 TOS 3 Wink of an Eye
476 DS9 7 Strange Bedfellows
477 VOY 4 Revulsion
478 TNG 4 The Wounded
479 TOS 3 Spock's Brain
480 VOY 2 Alliances
481 ENT 1 Acquisition
482 TNG 2 Shades of Gray
483 DS9 2 Armageddon Game
484 VOY 3 False Profits
485 TNG 6 Suspicions
486 ENT 1 Detained
487 TOS 1 Dagger of the Mind
488 VOY 3 Favorite Son
489 ENT 2 Regeneration
490 VOY 2 Initiations
491 TNG 1 Where No One Has Gone Before
492 TNG 3 The Ensigns of Command
493 TNG 5 Imaginary Friend
494 ENT 4 Babel One
495 ENT 1 Terra Nova
496 ENT 1 Shuttlepod One
497 ENT 2 Dead Stop
498 TNG 7 Phantasms
499 VOY 6 Blink of an Eye
500 TNG 2 The Royale
501 TNG 6 Frame of Mind
502 TNG 1 The Last Outpost Presumed to exist given the name of the empire
503 DS9 4 Body Parts
504 DS9 5 The Ship
505 TNG 1 The Big Goodbye
506 DS9 5 Call to Arms
507 ENT 4 Cold Station 12
508 ENT 4 Borderland
509 ENT 3 Chosen Realm
510 DS9 3 Equilibrium
511 DS9 5 Apocalypse Rising
512 DS9 5 By Inferno's Light
513 TNG 1 Skin of Evil
514 DS9 7 Chimera
515 TNG 1 Home Soil
516 TNG 4 Devil's Due
517 DS9 3 Past Tense, Part 1
518 ENT 2 Cogenitor
519 ENT 4 The Forge
520 ENT 4 Kir'Shara
521 ENT 2 The Breach
522 ENT 3 The Council
523 Various Enterprise episodes
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Survival Instinct
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 7)
Episode : Bread and Circuses
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Vengeance Factor
Novel : Star Trek : Destiny, Book 3 - Lost Souls
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Captain's Holiday
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : When it Rains...
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : Data's Day
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode : Doctor Bashir, I Presume?
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Seventh
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : ...Nor the Battle to the Strong
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Chute
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Prime Factors
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : When the Bough Breaks
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Deadly Years
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Coming of Age
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Enemy Within
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Dreadnought
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 7)
Episode : The Ultimate Computer
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Wolf in the Fold
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Sarek
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Court Martial
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Host
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 4)
Episode : Galaxy's Child
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : Future Imperfect
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Charlie X
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Encounter at Farpoint
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Prophet Motive
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : Amok Time
Film: Star Trek II : The Wrath of Khan
Film: Star Trek Beyond
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Outrageous Okona
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Birthright, Part 1
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 4)
Episode : Return to Grace
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Shore Leave
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Aenar
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 7)
Episode : In the Cards
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Angel One
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Hunted
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Manhunt
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Lonely Among Us
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Whom Gods Destroy
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Siege of AR-558
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : One Small Step
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 7)
Episode : Broken Link
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Yesterday's Enterprise
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Strange New World
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : In A Mirror, Darkly Part II
Comment : From his onscreen biography
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : In A Mirror, Darkly Part II
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : In A Mirror, Darkly Part II
Comment : From Archer's onscreen biography
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Menage a Troi
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Nagus
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Cloud Minders
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : Displaced
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : A Taste of Armageddon
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Hard Time
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Obsession
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Let that be Your Last Battlefield
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Starship Mine
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Neutral Zone
Source : From the episode script
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : Return to Tomorrow
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Arsenal of Freedom
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Chase
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Dogs of War
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : Blaze of Glory
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Haven
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 3)
Episode : Inheritance
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Child
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : Tacking into the Wind
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Faces
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Stratagem
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Azati Prime
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Horizon
Film: Star Trek : Insurrection
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Journey to Babel
Series : DS9 Season (Disc )
Episode : Various Deep Space Nine episodes
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Homecoming
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The House of Quark
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : Shakaar
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Assignment
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Storyteller
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : Penumbra
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Circle
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Rules of Acquisition
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Sanctuary
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Second Skin
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Rules of Engagement
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Reckoning
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Progress
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Whispers
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Past Prologue
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Siege
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Magnificent Ferengi
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Ex Post Facto
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 7)
Episode : The Adversary
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 4)
Episode : Thine Own Self
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 1)
Episode : Gambit, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : Eye of the Beholder
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Price
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Conscience of the King
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Vis-a-Vis
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : This Side of Paradise
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Bound
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Lessons
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Most Toys
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : A Piece of the Action
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Return of the Archons
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Icarus Factor
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Redemption, Part 2
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Squire of Gothos
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Day of the Dove
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 5)
Episode : In the Pale Moonlight
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : Evolution
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : New Ground
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Second Sight
Novel : Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 2 - Summon the Thunder
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Face of the Enemy
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Allegiance
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Who Mourns for Morn?
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : Hippocratic Oath
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 4)
Episode : Homeward
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Emissary
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Quickening
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Silicon Avatar
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Way of the Warrior
Novel : Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 3 - Reap The Whirlwind
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Loss
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Peak Performance
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Q-Less
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Deja Q
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Symbiosis
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Shadowplay
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Up The Long Ladder
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Maquis, Part 2
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Canamar
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : 11001001
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Dark Page
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Caretaker
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 4)
Episode : Sub Rosa
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Once More Unto the Breach
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Search, Part 1
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Playing God
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : Bloodlines
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Defiant
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Turnabout Intruder
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Where No Man Has Gone Before
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Friday's Child
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Wire
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Quality of Life
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Change of Heart
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 5)
Episode : Inquisition
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : Suddenly Human
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Way to Eden
Film: Star Trek : Nemesis
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Chain of Command, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Too Short a Season
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Arena
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : Space Seed
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Time and Again
Novel : Star Trek : Titan, Book 5 - Over a Torrent Sea
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Tin Man
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Darmok
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Booby Trap
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 3)
Episode : Conundrum
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : We'll Always Have Paris
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Shadows of P'Jem
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Man Trap
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Tomorrow is Yesterday
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Rogue Planet
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Dauphin
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2
Comment : This likely took place in 2323, assuming Picard was rejected at age 18 and then accepted on his second try
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Visionary
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 6)
Episode : Time's Orphan
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Blood Oath
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Honor Among Thieves
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : A Fistful of Datas
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Stigma
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Drumhead
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Realm of Fear
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Sacred Ground
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode : Remember Me
Film: Star Trek : The Motion Picture
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Survivors
Film: Star Trek XI
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : I, Mudd
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 7)
Episode : Operation: Annihilate!
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 7)
Episode : Operation: Annihilate!
Comment : Kirk states that it was colonised a century ago
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Contagion
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Oasis
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Aquiel
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 1)
Episode : Image in the Sand
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : Time's Arrow, Part 1
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Dawn
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Civilization
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Sleeping Dogs
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Vox Sola
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Desert Crossing
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Marauders
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Communicator
Series : TNG Season (Disc )
Episode : Various Next Generation episodes
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 6)
Episode : Descent, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : A Matter of Honor
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Schizoid Man
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Samaritan Snare
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Pen Pals
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Hatchery
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : North Star
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Shipment
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Exile
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : Rajiin
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Xindi
Series : ENT Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : Extinction
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 7)
Episode : The Alternative Factor
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Miri
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 7)
Episode : The City on the Edge of Forever
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Gambit, Part 2
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 1)
Episode : Liaisons
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Paradise Syndrome
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Unification, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Ensign Ro
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Last Outpost
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Outcast
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : State of Flux
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Emanations
Series : VOY Season (Disc )
Episode : Various Voyager episodes
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Cathexis
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode : The Bonding
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Tattoo
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Parturition
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Resistance
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Hollow Pursuits
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 7)
Episode : Basics, Part 1
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : Tuvix
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Thaw
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 7)
Episode : Scorpion, Part 1
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Blood Fever
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Coda
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Macrocosm
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Darkling
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Rise
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : Transfigurations
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Unity
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : Year of Hell, Part 1
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : Concerning Flight
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 6)
Episode : Demon
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : Random Thoughts
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Extreme Risk
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : In the Flesh
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Once Upon a Time
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Retrospect
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Timeless
Series : VOY Season 4 (Disc 4)
Episode : Waking Moments
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : Course: Oblivion
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 7)
Episode : Warhead
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : Dragon's Teeth
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Virtuoso
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : Someone to Watch Over Me
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 4)
Episode : Memorial
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 5)
Episode : Child's Play
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 5)
Episode : Good Shepherd
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 6)
Episode : Live Fast and Prosper
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : Think Tank
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : Q2
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 7)
Episode : Endgame, Part 1
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Nightingale
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Critical Care
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 4)
Episode : Prophecy
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Rocks and Shoals
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Die is Cast
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : Battle Lines
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Darkness and the Light
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Heart of Stone
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : Improbable Cause
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Ascent
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode : For the Uniform
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Waltz
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 7)
Episode : Tears of the Prophets
Series : DS9 Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Changing Face of Evil
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Trials and Tribble-ations
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Silent Enemy
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Fight or Flight
Series : ENT Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Broken Bow
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : Minefield
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Judgment
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Precious Cargo
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Menagerie, Part 1
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : By Any Other Name
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 6)
Episode : In Theory
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Catwalk
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : Bounty
Series : TOS Season (Disc )
Episode : Various Original Series episodes
Comment : Appears in the title sequence of the remastered original series episodes
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : Journey's End
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : True-Q
Series : ENT Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Augments
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Trouble With Tribbles
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Sons and Daughters
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : Indiscretion
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : Innocence
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 6)
Episode : For the Cause
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Unification, Part 2
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Relics
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : Conspiracy
Source : Generic canonical information
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 6)
Episode : Patterns of Force
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Dramatis Personae
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Elaan of Troyius
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : A Matter of Perspective
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Remember
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : Time Squared
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Metamorphosis
Series : VOY Season 6 (Disc 1)
Episode : Equinox, Part 2
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 3)
Episode : Violations
Novel : Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 1 - Harbinger
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : Clues
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Savage Curtain
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : Loud as a Whisper
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : Family Business
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Lifesigns
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : A Simple Investigation
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 3)
Episode : Parallels
Film: Star Trek : Generations
Comment : Guinan actually pronounces the planet name as Frocus III, but apparently this was a mistake
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 6)
Episode : To the Death
Series : TNG Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Unnatural Selection
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : Children of Time
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Maquis, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Offspring
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Enemy
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : Final Mission
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Gamesters of Triskelion
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Apple
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Empath
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Next Phase
Series : DS9 Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Let He Who Is Without Sin...
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 1)
Episode : Drive
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 4)
Episode : Paradise
Film: Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Mark of Gideon
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 1)
Episode : Disaster
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 7)
Episode : All Good Things
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 3)
Episode : Flesh and Blood, Part 1
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : Mirror, Mirror
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode : The Galileo Seven
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Perfect Mate
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 3)
Episode : Force of Nature
Series : VOY Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode : Investigations
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Requiem for Methuselah
Series : DS9 Season 6 (Disc 3)
Episode : Statistical Probabilities
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Sword of Kahless
Series : VOY Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode : Warlord
Series : VOY Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Parallax
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : Melora
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 7)
Episode : The Jem'Hadar
Film: Star Trek : First Contact
Series : TOS Season 1 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Devil in the Dark
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : Preemptive Strike
Series : DS9 Season 4 (Disc 2)
Episode : Starship Down
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : Half a Life
Series : TOS Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : That Which Survives
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : Firstborn
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : The Inner Light
Series : TNG Season 7 (Disc 2)
Episode : Attached
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 5)
Episode : Author, Author
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 1)
Episode : Invasive Procedures
Film: Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 4)
Episode : Sins of the Father
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Heart of Glory
Series : DS9 Season 2 (Disc 3)
Episode : The Alternate
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Dax
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 5)
Episode : Duet
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : A Man Alone
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : Cost of Living
Series : ENT Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : A Night In Sickbay
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Mind's Eye
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 5)
Episode : The Perfect Mate
Comment : It is presumed that the two are the same planet, though it seems odd that a Klingons would rule a non-Klingon world which was at war with another!
Series : DS9 Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : Meridian
Series : TOS Season 2 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Doomsday Machine
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 2)
Episode : Nothing Human
Series : DS9 Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode : Babel
Series : VOY Season 7 (Disc 6)
Episode : Natural Law
Novel : Star Trek : Vanguard, Book 4 - Open Secrets
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode : Code of Honor
Series : TNG Season 6 (Disc 2)
Episode : Rascals
Series : TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode : The Defector
Series : TNG Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode : Power Play
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 4)
Episode : Identity Crisis
Series : TNG Season 4 (Disc 3)
Episode : First Contact
Series : VOY Season 5 (Disc 6)
Episode : Juggernaut
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