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The following is a list of unnamed Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars.

Altamid star Edit

Altamid

Altamid and a nearby star

The planet Altamid orbited a nearby star. (Star Trek Beyond)

Argolis Cluster star Edit

Argolis Cluster star

A star in the Argolis Cluster

In 2368, the USS Enterprise-D hid in the chromosphere of this star. (TNG: "I Borg")

Arkonian planet sun Edit

An unnamed planet claimed by the Arkonians had a nearby sun, which caused issues for an Arkonian and Human that were stranded on a moon of the planet in 2151. (ENT: "Dawn")

Badlands star Edit

Badlands star, Heart of stone

A star in the Badlands

This star in the Badlands was orbited by a gas giant that itself was orbited by at least one moon. (DS9: "Heart of Stone")

Beta Magellan system primary Edit

Bynaus, remastered

Beta Magellan

Beta Magellan was a star in the Beta Magellan system. A companion star in this system went supernova in 2364. The supernova occurred earlier than the nearby Bynars anticipated, and the resulting electromagnetic effects disabled their planetary computer on Bynaus. (TNG: "11001001")

Binary stars Edit

Enterprise nx in binary system

Two stars

These two stars of a binary star system caused only four nights in a month on an orbiting planet. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

Boreth primary Edit

This star was the primary of the planet Boreth. In the 9th century, according to The Story of the Promise, Kahless pointed to this star and informed his followers that they could find him there after he returned from Sto-vo-kor. In the centuries that followed, the Klingons established a monastery on Boreth, awaiting for his return. (TNG: "Rightful Heir")

Borg renegade star Edit

Borg renegade star

The star of Lore's Borg planet

In 2370, the USS Enterprise-D lured a rogue Borg ship into this star's corona and destroyed it with a solar flare. (TNG: "Descent, Part II")

Braslota system primary Edit

Braslota system

Map of Braslota system

This star was the primary of the Braslota system. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

According to StarTrek.com, the star was named Braslota.

Bringloid system primary Edit

Bringloid, remastered

Bringloid

The Bringloid system primary was the primary of the Bringloid system, in the Ficus sector.

The star entered a period of severe flare activity in 2365, which forced the Bringloid V colony to be moved to the Mariposa colony. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder")

According to StarTrek.com, this star was named Bringloid. It was described as a yellow star.


Cardassian nebula sunEdit

Star (Defiant)

A star in the nebula

A nebula in Cardassian space contained this single star. (DS9: "Defiant")

Class L planet's sun Edit

An Class L planet where Odo and Quark crash-landed in 2373 had a sun that was described by Quark as not much of a sun. Despite this, it shone light on the planet. (DS9: "The Ascent")

Data's dream star Edit

This star was seen in a dream experienced by Data in 2369. (TNG: "Birthright, Part I")

Delta Theta III star Edit

This star was the primary of the planet Delta Theta III.

In 2270, one of the problems solved by the contact team from the USS Enterprise was how the life forms on Delta Theta III were geologically younger, given the age of the star. (TAS: "Bem")

This star was only mentioned in dialogue.

Deinonychus VII sun Edit

Deinonychus VII moon and star

Sun and moon of Deinonychus VII

This star was orbited by Deinonychus VII. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

Dyson sphere star Edit

Dyson sphere star

A star inside a Dyson sphere

This G-type star was located at the center of a Dyson sphere discovered by the USS Enterprise-D in 2369. (TNG: "Relics")

Epsilon Mynos system sun Edit

This sun was the primary of the Epsilon Mynos system. (TNG: "When The Bough Breaks")

This sun was only mentioned in dialogue.


Exo III sun Edit

As of the 23rd century, the sun of the star system including Exo III had been fading for half a million years. As it did, the inhabitants moved underground. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

The sun might conceivably be named on a fact sheet on the planet that appeared in the episode but was unreadable on screen. The word "orbit" can be deciphered on the graphic.

Gamma 7A sun Edit

This fourth magnitude sun was the primary of the Gamma 7A system, in Sector 39J. In 2268, this star was destroyed by a space amoeba. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")

Gamma Canaris N sun Edit

This sun was orbited by an asteroid belt that contained the planetoid Gamma Canaris N.

In 2267, one of the sensations the Companion wished to experience after her merging with Nancy Hedford was the warmth of this sun on her face. (TOS: "Metamorphosis")

Genesis Planet sun Edit

Genesis (star)

The Genesis Planet's sun

This sun was orbited by the ill-fated Genesis Planet. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

Kataan star system primary Edit

The primary of the inhabited Kataan star system went nova approximately a thousand years before the 2360s. This event was heralded by droughts on an inhabited planet in the system, Kataan. (TNG: "The Inner Light")

Kavis Alpha sector binary Edit

Kavis Alpha sector

Kavis Alpha sector binary

This unnamed binary star system in the Kavis Alpha sector consisted of a red giant and a neutron star. Every 196 years, there was a stellar explosion in this system, when the smaller neutron star shedded the accumulated matter it had sucked up from the larger star over the intervening years.

In 2366, this system was the subject of an astrophysical study by Doctor Paul Stubbs. (TNG: "Evolution")

Klingon star Edit

Klingon star, Redemption II

A star in Klingon space

In 2368 during the Klingon Civil War, Kurn used a clever technique of engaging warp drive near this star's surface, causing a solar flare that destroyed the two Klingon pursuers. (TNG: "Redemption II")

Kuiper belt star Edit

Kuiper belt star

A star orbited by a Kuiper belt

In 2375 Odo and Weyoun 6 hid from four Jem'Hadar attack ships in the Kuiper belt of this star. (DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

L-370 star Edit

This star was the primary for seven planets in the L-370 system. (TOS: "The Doomsday Machine")

L-class planet's sun Edit

The USS Olympia crashed on an unnamed planet orbiting a sun. Captain Lisa Cusak survived for a time, and only after some time on the planet saw the sun rise. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

Lima Sierra system star Edit

Lima Sierra system

Lima Sierra system star

This star was the primary for four planets in the Lima Sierra system. (TNG: "Loud As A Whisper")

M24 Alpha system suns Edit

Triskelion

M24 Alpha system suns

The M24 Alpha system had a trinary sun. (TOS: "The Gamesters of Triskelion")

Melona IV sun Edit

Melona

Melona

The Melona IV sun was the primary of its star system. This system contained the planet Melona IV, the site of the proposed Melona colony.

When the Crystalline Entity devastated Melona IV, the entity blocked the star due to its sheer size. (TNG: "Silicon Avatar")

According to the script, the pronunciation for Melona was "mel-OWN-uh". [1]


Mintaka III sun Edit

The Mintaka III sun was the primary of its star system. This system contained the planet Mintaka III, the homeworld of the Mintakans.

The Mintakans took measurements for their sundials when this sun reached the zenith. (TNG: "Who Watches The Watchers")

This sun was only mentioned in dialogue.


Monac sun Edit

Monac

Monac in 2375

Monac was the primary of the Monac planetary system.

In 2375, the IKS Rotarran, under the command of General Martok, successfully triggered a solar plasma eruption from the surface of the Monac sun from a magnetic instability near the equator. The resulting explosion destroyed the Monac shipyards, located near the star. (DS9: "Image in the Sand", "Shadows and Symbols")

Monac was named after DS9's special effects supervisor Gary Monak. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, p. 598)
According to Star Trek: Star Charts (p. 46), Monac was classified as a K-type star. This star, and its system, were located in the Alpha Quadrant.

Necro cloud star Edit

Necro Cloud

The Necro cloud and the star near it

The Necro Cloud was located near this star. (Star Trek Beyond)

This may have been the the same star as the sun of Altamid, given its proximity to the planet.


Operation Return battlefield Edit

Klingon fleet joins Operation Return

The star behind the arriving Klingon fleet

The battle between the Federation Alliance and the Dominion over control of Deep Space 9 in 2374 took place in the close vicinity of an unnamed star. The star was located near Bajor. (DS9: "Sacrifice of Angels")

Pentarus system primary Edit

Pentarus primary

Pentarus sun

The Pentarus system had a sun, which caused very hot temperatures on the habitable Lambda Paz moon located in the system. (TNG: "Final Mission")

Psi 2000 sun Edit

The planet Psi 2000, once remarkably like Earth, became a frozen wasteland after its sun "went dark". (TOS: "The Naked Time")

Romulan system primary Edit

Romulan system map

Romulan sun

This was the star around which Remus orbited. One side of Remus never saw the sun, and neither did Shinzon while he was exiled there. (Star Trek Nemesis)

Both dialogue and the graphic shown in Nemesis suggest a single sun, in contradiction to the Star Trek Maps (p. 29) and The Worlds of the Federation (p. 148), which both place the Romulan star system around a binary star system of two White dwarves.


Sector 1156 star Edit

Sector 1156 star

A star in Sector 1156

This star in Sector 1156 was orbited by the D'Arsay archive that at first appeared to be a rogue comet. (TNG: "Masks")

Sector 396 star Edit

In 2266, the USS Enterprise rendezvoused with Haftel's transport near this star in Sector 396. (TNG: "The Offspring")

Sigma Draconis star Edit

Sigma Draconis system

The Sigma Draconis primary

The primary of the Sigma Draconis system was classified as spectral type gamma-9.

The position of this yellow dwarf star was depicted on a system map that was displayed on the main viewscreen of the USS Enterprise bridge in 2268. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

According to Star Trek: Star Charts (pp. 18, 19, 44) and Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library ("Federation Historical Highlights, 2161-2385"), this Alpha Quadrant star was named Sigma Draconis and was located in Sector 004 (Sigma Draconis sector).

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Supernova of 2387 Edit

In 2387, a star in close proximity to Romulus went supernova, threatening nearby systems. To stop the threat, Ambassador Spock used red matter to create a black hole that consumed the star's energy. Before he could successfully carry out his mission, however, the supernova reached Romulus, destroying the planet and all of its inhabitants. Among those killed were the wife and unborn child of Nero, who swore vengeance against Spock, Vulcan, and the Federation for letting his world die. While Nero confronted Spock, both of their ships were pulled into the black hole that had consumed the star, sending them back in time and resulting in the creation of the alternate reality. (Star Trek)

In the script of Star Trek, this star was referred to as being in the Beta Quadrant. [2]

Apocrypha Edit

Having a supernova threaten the entire galaxy is a physical impossibility under normal circumstances: the law of special relativity limits the shockwave's expansion rate to below the speed of light, meaning it would be a minimum of several years before it affected even nearby stars. The expansion of the blast wave would also result in it weakening and dissipating over time. This means it should be impossible for any such event to cause severe damage to a warp-capable, multi-planetary society such as the Romulan Star Empire, let alone the entire galaxy. This discrepancy was explained several different ways in non-canon works.

In the comic book series Star Trek: Countdown, this star and its system were named "Hobus". The comic explained that the star's galactic threat came from its unusual ability to transform anything it contacted into energy, which it then consumed, increasing its power and causing it to expand farther and faster throughout the galaxy.

The Star Trek novelization instead stated that the star had merely threatened systems in its own vicinity rather than the entire galaxy.

A third explanation appears in the backstory of Star Trek Online, which states that the shockwave from the Hobus explosion propagated through subspace at faster-than-light speeds and reached the Romulan system in just over a day, destroying both Romulus and Remus mere hours into an evacuation expected to take six weeks. A scandal occurred several years later involving rumors that the Vulcan Science Academy knew about the instability of the star but did nothing until Spock attempted to save Romulus with the Jellyfish. The scandal resulted in several resignations and sowed seeds of distrust towards the Vulcans.

It is revealed during the course of Star Trek Online itself that the supernova was not a natural occurrence: the supernova and the unusual behavior of its shockwave were caused by an Iconian-designed doomsday weapon deployed by rogue members of the Tal Shiar. Then-Admiral Taris led the operation but claims to the player character that she was deceived about the nature of the Iconian device by her then-science officer, Hakeev.

In the more recent reference book Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library ("Stellar Cartography", p. 35), the explosion of Hobus was called a "subspace supernova". This event resulted in the destruction of the entire Romulan star system, with billions killed. The cause of the explosion was unclear. The star was located in the Beta Quadrant. There was some contention on where precisely the star was located. On p. 35, the star was located in the Romulan Neutral Zone. Yet, in the "Federation Historical Highlights, 2161-2385" and "Position of the Romulan Star Empire", the star was located "southeast" of Romulus and quite some distance from the Neutral Zone. On the "Position of the Romulan Star Empire", which was a map of the Romulan Empire – prepared by the Stellar Archive Artist Lsel Essik, from the Romulan Master Data Catalog, in 2366 – Hobus was identified as a Romulan system.

System 892 sun Edit

892 sun

System 892 primary

This small star was the primary of System 892. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")

Tamaal's system stars Edit

Tamaal system stars

Twin stars

Tamaal was located in a binary star system. (ENT: "Canamar")

Tarchannen system star Edit

Tarchannen system star

The star in the Tarchannen system

This star was the primary of the Tarchannen system and Tarchannen III. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

According to the script, the pronunciation for Tarchannen was "tar-CHAN-in". [3]


Taurean system star Edit

This small star, located at the edge of a sector, was the primary of the Taurean system. (TAS: "The Lorelei Signal")

This star was only mentioned in dialogue.

Tkon Empire sun Edit

The Tkon Empire went extinct 600,000 years ago, according to legend because their sun went supernova. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")

This star was only mentioned in dialogue.


Vulcan monastery planet sun Edit

Sunrise at the Vulcan monastery planet

A sunrise

A landing party from Enterprise NX-01 experienced a sunrise of this sun in June of 2151 at the horizon of the planet that housed the Vulcan monastery at P'Jem. (ENT: "The Andorian Incident")

Zeta Gelis star cluster star Edit

Zeta Gelis Cluster, remastered

The star and planet

This star was located in the Zeta Gelis star cluster and was the sun of at least one planet. (TNG: "Transfigurations")

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