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In [[2364]], [[Admiral]] [[Mark Jameson]] lived in semi-[[retirement]] on Persephone V prior to being called into service to help with [[hostage]] negotiations on [[Mordan IV]]. ({{TNG|Too Short a Season}})
 
In [[2364]], [[Admiral]] [[Mark Jameson]] lived in semi-[[retirement]] on Persephone V prior to being called into service to help with [[hostage]] negotiations on [[Mordan IV]]. ({{TNG|Too Short a Season}})
   
{{bginfo|According to ''[[Star Trek: Star Charts]]'' ("United Federation of Planets I"), in [[2378]], Persephone V was a [[Federation members|Federation member]].|It was originally to be called [[New Yelva]] and was described as a "vacation planet". [https://www.facebook.com/roddenberry/photos/pcb.10154356962878144/10154356960523144/?type=3&theater]}}
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{{bginfo|The episode's [http://www.st-minutiae.com/resources/scripts/112.txt script] describes Persephone V as being reddish in color, rather than the green planet seen in the final product.|According to ''[[Star Trek: Star Charts]]'' ("United Federation of Planets I"), in [[2378]], Persephone V was a [[Federation members|Federation member]].|It was originally to be called [[New Yelva]] and was described as a "vacation planet". [https://www.facebook.com/roddenberry/photos/pcb.10154356962878144/10154356960523144/?type=3&theater]}}
   
 
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Revision as of 19:44, 17 November 2019

Persephone

Persephone V was the inhabited fifth planet of its star system.

In 2364, Admiral Mark Jameson lived in semi-retirement on Persephone V prior to being called into service to help with hostage negotiations on Mordan IV. (TNG: "Too Short a Season")

The episode's script describes Persephone V as being reddish in color, rather than the green planet seen in the final product.
According to Star Trek: Star Charts ("United Federation of Planets I"), in 2378, Persephone V was a Federation member.
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