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Class L,O,and P planets are habitable, so are (with terraforming or domes) D,H,K,N,and R. It's all blue so possibly calss O. but there's no canon evidence --Sciofficer 00:59, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

No canon = no mention. Jaz talk 01:43, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
Non-canon speculation can be discussed in a background section, but it has to have at least some bearing on the events or implications of the episode. I suggest the background on planet classification be pulled unless its importance can be more clearly stated. Aholland 01:48, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

Removed

According to Star Trek: Star Charts, (pgs. 56, 61, 66), the Acamar (Theta Eridani) system was, in 2151, located in non-aligned space. In 2160, this system was located near the Romulan Neutral Zone. In 2378, this system was in or near Federation space. This was a binary star system. Acamar A was a a Class A star with a magnitude of -1, which was a hundred times brighter than Sol. Acamar B was a Class A star.

According to StarTrek.com, the Acamar system (Bayer designation Theta Eridani) was a binary star system located 50 to 60 light years from the Sol system. [1]'

This information is relevant to the Acamar page, where it is already.--Memphis77 (talk) 02:26, March 2, 2016 (UTC)

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