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The following is a list of unnamed Delta Quadrant stars.

Alastrian twin suns

The twin suns of Alastria

Alastria orbited these two stars. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

Briori colony system primary

This star was the primary of an unnamed star system. The third planet in this star's system was home to a thriving Human civilization in the 24th century. (VOY: "The 37's")

According to the Star Trek: Star Charts (p. 83), the primary of this system was a G-class star. This star's system was visited by Voyager on stardate 48975.

First Borg star

A bright star

Voyager stopped near this star when fifteen Borg cubes hurtled passed it in the Borg-Species 8472 War. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Second Borg star

A star in Borg territory

Voyager passed by an unknown star while traveling through Borg territory. (VOY: "The Gift")

Class D planet star

A sun orbited by a class D planet

This star was orbited by a class D planet encountered by the USS Voyager in the Delta Quadrant in 2371. (VOY: "Emanations")

Cooperative sun

A planet orbiting a star in the Nekrit Expanse

This star existed in the Nekrit Expanse and supported at least one planet. (VOY: "Unity")

Dauntless star

The Dauntless near a star

This star was ten light years away from Voyager when Arturis boarded the ship. After Chakotay, Tuvok, and Tom Paris boarded the ship, the Dauntless activated its quantum slipstream drive and emerged fifteen light years away. (VOY: "Hope and Fear")

Drayan II sun

This star was the primary for the planet Drayan II and its Drayan II moons. (VOY: "Innocence")

This star was only mentioned in dialogue.

Eclipsed star

Voyager near the star

This sun had two planets. In the 24th century, one of the planets was eclipsed by the other, during which Voyager surveyed the system. (Star Trek: Voyager, opening credits)

G-type star

This G-type star was the primary of an inhabited system in Vidiian territory. (VOY: "Deadlock")

Garenor homeworld primary

This star was the primary for its system, which contained the Garenor homeworld. It was located in Grid 005 of the Borg spatial designations in the Delta Quadrant. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

Hanon system primary

The primary of the Hanon system

This star was the primary of the Hanon system. (VOY: "Basics, Part II")

Leola root planet sun

This sun was the primary of a planet visited by Voyager in 2371.

That year, while the Voyager orbited the planet, Tom Paris spotted a ship in low orbit when this sun's light, at the right angle, reflected off the ship's hull. (VOY: "State of Flux")

This sun was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mari sun

Mari sun

This star was the primary of the Mari homeworld. (VOY: "Random Thoughts")

Red dwarf system sun

This sun, classified as a red dwarf, was the primary of an inhabited system.

In 2371, after briefly traveling back into the past of a planet orbiting this star, Tom Paris described what he saw to an away team from the USS Voyager. In his description, he said that he saw the sun shining. (VOY: "Time and Again")

This sun was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sikaris sun

This sun was the primary of Sikaris. The distance between the planet and its sun was almost forty thousand light years divided by two and a half billion. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

This sun was only mentioned in dialogue.

Star in a system described by Dejaren

Dejaren's system's sun

The system allegedly surveyed by the Seros vessel contained this single star. (VOY: "Revulsion")

Star near rogue comet

A star in the Delta Quadrant

In 2372, the crew of Voyager encountered the rogue comet housing Quinn close to this star. (VOY: "Death Wish")

Star in Swarm species space

A star in Swarm species space

This star was located in or close to Swarm species space. It was orbited by at least two planets. Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres investigated the star system in a shuttle in 2373. (VOY: "The Swarm")

Supernovae of 2373

First supernova

Fourth supernova

In 2373, despite supernovae generally occurring in the Milky Way Galaxy only once in a century, a number of stars went supernova due to the Q Civil War. These included at least four Delta Quadrant stars in close proximity, three of them known to be in the same sector.

The first star was observed from a safe distance by Voyager. Less than three days later, two other supernovae happened near-instantaneously in the same cluster, close enough that the three shock waves combined.

It was learned that the supernovae were caused by the Q Civil War. Some time thereafter, the ship managed to find a fourth star about to go supernova with the help of a Q. (VOY: "The Q and the Grey")

Symbiogenetic alien orchid homeworld sun

This star was the primary for the symbiogenetic alien orchid homeworld.

In 2372, when gushing about his experience on this planet, Neelix mentioned that the sun was shining. (VOY: "Tuvix")

This star was only mentioned in dialogue.

System D43119 sun

Star D43119

This star was the sun of System D43119 inside Borg space. (VOY: "Scorpion")

Talaxian suns

The Talaxian system felt the heat of three suns. (VOY: "Macrocosm")

Taresian system primary

Map of the Taresian system

This star was the primary of the Taresian system.

In 2373, this star was depicted on a system map accessed by Harry Kim on the bridge of the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Favorite Son")

According to the Star Trek: Star Charts (p. 87), the Taresian system was a binary star system, with a K-class primary and a G-class companion.

Trinary star

Voyager passed near a trinary star cluster in 2373 and decided to mark the coordinates as it would be a good reference point for the sector. (VOY: "Favorite Son")

Kelemane's sun

This star was the sun of Kelemane's planet. (VOY: "Blink of an Eye")

Unknown star

Voyager flies near the star

In the 24th century, Voyager flew through a solar flare produced by this star. (Star Trek: Voyager, opening credits)

Vori homeworld star

This star was the primary of the Vori homeworld. (VOY: "Nemesis")

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