Do we really need a link to the Death Star? Seems like that could open up a whole can of worms. Tyrant 15:44, 17 Jan 2005 (CET)Tyrant

It's obviously not the same Alderaan that the page thinks it is. Although the planet was mentioned in DS9 too wasn't it?-- Rebelstrike2005 15:47, 17 Jan 2005 (CET)

not the same Alderaan that the page thinks it is? The reference to Star Wars is in background notation. It's not saying that this planet and the one in Star Wars are the same, just where the in-joke reference comes from. -- Michael Warren | Talk 15:52, Jan 17, 2005 (CET)

I have added the reference to Alderaan from the Deep Space Nine episode "A Man Alone". It's seen on Ibudan's log during Odo's investigation. (The edit is credited to an ISP. Forgot to log in before making the change.)--TheFallen March 9, 2005

this page should not exist

Alderaan is Star Wars Not Star Trek, and no while i looked at this episode before and found no scene of this so this page sthe two are together!this should be deleted okay! -- 21:34, November 25, 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for your input, but as the article explains it was seen in the episode, especially in "A Man Alone". As such, it will not be deleted.--31dot 22:16, November 25, 2009 (UTC)
It was on a display screen, only those with attention to detail will catch it. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).
Yes. And.....what? Our policies state that anything seen or heard in an episode is valid content, not just what is judged by some people to be easily visible. We aim to be the most complete reference to Star Trek, which means we include all information that can be cited. 31dot (talk) 11:08, June 13, 2014 (UTC)

Removed paragraph

In 2369, the USS Thomas Paine was on a diplomatic mission to this planet. It was listed on the chart Starfleet Operations-Sectors 21538-23079, which was seen in the USS Enterprise-D observation lounge. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I", okudagram)

In this image ([1]) from "Chain of Command, Part II", it looks the name of the planet visited by the Thomas Paine is composed of two words and Roman numerals. It might be Epsilon Ashanti III.--Memphis77 (talk) 22:32, May 2, 2017 (UTC)

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