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Cardassian Edit

Orbital drydocks around Bajor Edit

Cuellar system supply port Edit

Kelvas repair facility Edit

Dominion Edit

Dark-matter nebula ketracel-white facility Edit

(DS9: "A Time to Stand")

Pelosa system ketracel-white facility Edit

(DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

Son'a Devos II ketracel-white facility Edit

(DS9: "Penumbra")

Federation Edit

Comnet database image Edit

Unnamed space station, lcars

Space station

This unnamed spacedock was operated by the Federation in the 23rd and 24th centuries.

In the body of a Starfleet Command order sent to the USS Atlantis, there was an illustration of this facility. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

The illustrated spacedock might be the same as the one mentioned in the text.
A schematic of a spacedock is seen on the bridge displays of the USS Reliant and the USS Enterprise in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. The image was later reused in a brief appearance in "Conspiracy". According to Rick Sternbach, the image was that of a gravity generator he did for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. He thinks this image appeared on the starboard forward part of the bridge of the USS Enterprise. [1]

Earth spacedocks Edit

Lantaru sector research station Edit

Lantaru sector research station

A research station in the Lantaru sector after an Omega molecule exploded

The Lantaru sector research station was a classified Federation research station during the late 23rd century in the Lantaru sector, led by Doctor Ketteract, working towards creation of a new inexhaustible source of energy.

When scientists were able to synthesize a single molecule of the source, called Omega, it destabilized after a fraction of a second. The enormous amounts of energy released by the molecule breakdown damaged the research facility, killing all 127 scientists in it. The explosion also severely disrupted subspace in the sector, making it impassable to standard warp drive travel.

The accident and its consequences made Starfleet realize that only a few molecules could end warp travel throughout an entire quadrant or galaxy, which led them in 2270 to enact the classified Omega Directive. (VOY: "The Omega Directive")

For more information on the design used in this okudagram, please see studio models.

Mimas evac station Edit

In 2368, Cadets from Nova Squadron used their emergency transporters inside the training shuttles to beam to the emergency evac station on Mimas, with multiple fractures on his arm. (TNG: "The First Duty")

Mining facility Edit

This mining facility was located on an asteroid rich in dilithium in the 2370s. In 2378, it employed holograms based on the Mark I version of Starfleet's Emergency Medical Holographic program for its end-of-life. It necessarily contained hololabs for their maintenance. (VOY: "Author, Author")

Neutral Zone outpost Edit

In 2364, this outpost, near the border of the Romulan Neutral Zone, reported the presence of seven Romulan battle cruisers within sensor range to Starfleet. The border outpost would subsequently send a distress call, which was answered by both the USS Berlin and the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Angel One")

This outpost was only mentioned in dialogue.

Qualor II surplus depot Edit

These two space stations were in orbit of Qualor II, and were among the various hulks that made up the Surplus Depot Z-15. (TNG: "Unification I")

These two studio models were early concepts for the Earth Spacedock.

Sector 30 outposts Edit

In 2364, Starfleet assumed these seven outposts in Sector 30 were destroyed by an unknown assailant in 2364. As they were located near the Neutral Zone border, it was initially thought the Romulans were responsible. However, the Romulans had also lost outposts, and the Borg were later found to operate identically to how these and other neutral zone outposts were destroyed. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone", "Q Who")

These outposts were only mentioned in dialogue.

Gamma 7 outpost Edit

In 2365, this outpost in the Gamma 7 sector was the destination of the USS Lantree after her crew began dying from a mysterious illness. It was the nearest outpost to their position. (TNG: "Unnatural Selection")

This outpost was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starbases Edit

2230s station Edit

Federation starbase, 2230s

A Federation station

This space station was located in a turbulent region containing several celestial objects. Mike and Gabrielle Burnham were present on this station with Section 31 in the early 2230s. Also with them was their daughter, Michael Burnham, who had bad dreams due to the isolation. To ease her fears and get her back to sleep, her father told her the story of the girl who made the stars as a bedtime story.

Michael had a model of the station in her bedroom. (ST: "The Girl Who Made the Stars")

This starbase appeared to be the same basic design as Starbase 1 (known to be able to contain over 80,000 personnel) and the unnamed base seen in "Choose Your Pain".

Command base near the Romulan Neutral Zone Edit

During the Neutral Zone Incursion of 2266, this command base, which was the nearest one to the Romulan Neutral Zone, was fed tactical reports by the USS Enterprise as she hunted the Praetor's flagship. The command base signaled its support of Captain James T. Kirk's actions. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

This starship base was only mentioned in dialogue.

Corinth IV starship base Edit

The Corinth IV starship base was a Federation starship base on the planet Corinth IV.

In 2266, the base's commanding officer was Space Commander José Dominguez. That year, the USS Enterprise delivered Mexican red chili peppers to the base. (TOS: "The Man Trap")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Nearest starbase to the Delta Triangle Edit

This starbase, the nearest starbase to the Delta Triangle, received a recorded exchange between the USS Enterprise and a Klingon battle cruiser three weeks after the event had occurred. (TAS: "The Time Trap")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Sector 31 starbases Edit

On stardate 41903.2, in 2364, the Federation lost contact with the starbases in Sector 31. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

The incident coincided with the destruction of a number of other outposts later implied to be destroyed by the Borg, but it was never specified if these starbases were among the stations lost.
These starbases were only mentioned in dialogue.

Cusak's starbase Edit

Lisa Cusak and one of her sisters served on this starbase at the same time sometime prior to 2371, an experience Cusak described as a "nightmare" in a 2371 (her)/2374 (him) conversation with Benjamin Sisko. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Eddington's prison starbase Edit

Eddington's prison starbase

Eddington's prison base

This Federation prison starbase was the location of the prison that held Michael Eddington following his conviction for betraying Starfleet. It was at this base Eddington received counseling sessions, psychological evaluations, and rehabilitation seminars.

Benjamin Sisko visited Eddington there in mid-2373 to inquire to him about the message intercepted by General Martok regarding missiles launched by the Maquis targeted at Cardassia.

Sisko later arranged for Eddington's release from the base to join him on a mission to the Badlands to uncover the launch site. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

For more information on the model used for this design, see studio models. According to the script, this base was described simply as "a Federation-style Starbase."
For information on the stations personnel, see Starbase brig guard.

Gaila's prison starbase Edit

Federation starbase patrolled by Federation starships

Gaila's prison starbase

In 2374, Gaila was being held in this starbase. Quark visited him and paid his fine. (DS9: "The Magnificent Ferengi")

The script specified that the starbase was "not unlike 375".

Starbase near Gamelan system Edit

In 2367, the USS Enterprise-D contacted the nearest starbase after it received a message informing them that the mining shuttle Nenebek was delayed. The Nenebek was ferrying Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Ensign Wesley Crusher to a mediation on Pentarus V. At the time, the Enterprise was occupied with the destruction of a garbage scow which threatened the inhabited planet Gamelan V. The Enterprise requested a search vessel to find the Nenebek and recover their crewmembers, to which the starbase responded back that the closest starship was almost a week away. (TNG: "Final Mission")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Picard painting starbase Edit

Painting in Picards quarters

A starbase on a painting

A painting of a space station was on display in Jean-Luc Picard's quarters aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Battle", "Angel One", "Pen Pals", "Allegiance", "Captain's Holiday", "Sarek", "Suddenly Human", "Legacy", "Qpid", "The Game", "I Borg", "Rascals", "A Fistful of Datas", "Chain of Command, Part I", "Lessons", "The Chase", "Suspicions", "Attached", "The Pegasus", "Journey's End"; Star Trek Generations)

This station was painted by Rick Sternbach, with the idea that Picard might have served on it earlier in his career. Sternbach called it a Starbase. He also speculated that it might or might not have been an earlier version of Jupiter Station, due to the similar structure. [2]

Starbase near the Pleiades Cluster Edit

This starbase was located near the Pleiades Cluster.

After Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise-D declared an indefinite quarantine on Velara III in 2364, his ship transported the three surviving terraformers to this base. (TNG: "Home Soil")

Starbase near the Romulan Neutral Zone Edit

This starbase was located on a planet near the Romulan Neutral Zone.

In 2269, Doctor Sevrin and his followers stole the space cruiser Aurora from this facility. After the USS Enterprise had apprehended Dr. Sevrin's group, the starship sent a message to this base informing it that they had the individuals responsible for the theft, but the Aurora itself was destroyed during the chase. Later, after rescuing this group from the planet Eden, they were transported to this base. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

Starbase visited in 2256 Edit

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Federation starbase, 2256

Federation starbase

This starbase was a Starbase 1-type orbital docking station located in orbit around a planet.

This station was visited in 2256 by Captain Gabriel Lorca of the USS Discovery for a briefing with flag officers headed by Vice Admiral Katrina Cornwell. During the briefing, four Starfleet ships were either docked or docking at this station. (DIS: "Choose Your Pain")

The outpost was not named on screen; non-English subtitles on Netflix identify this outpost as the native-language equivalent of "Starbase 28". No corresponding subtitle appeared in the English language captioning on Netflix or CBS All Access, but the subtitles from the DIS Season 1 Blu-ray also label the facility as "Starbase 28".

Starbase near Neural Edit

During its mission to the planet Neural in 2268, the USS Enterprise reported to this base. (TOS: "A Private Little War")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starbase attacked by Tholians Edit

In 2353, this starbase was attacked by the Tholians. At the time, the civilian strategist Kyle Riker was using the base as his 'office' as he consulted Starfleet on its conflict with the Tholians. Riker was the only survivor of the attack. (TNG: "The Icarus Factor")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starbase near Braslota system Edit

In 2365, after an aborted war game exercise, the USS Enterprise-D towed the USS Hathaway to this starbase, which was the nearest base to the Braslota system. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

This starbase was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ventax II research station Edit

The Federation had a research station on the planet of Ventax II. Some of the personnel were taken hostage as the facility was overrun during a riot in a period of civil unrest on the planet in 2367. This station was located in an inhabited area. (TNG: "Devil's Due")

Klingon Empire Edit

Outpost Edit

This outpost was located in the same quadrant as Deep Space Station K-7 and near the planet Donatu V. Before the USS Enterprise changed course, the distance between the starship and the outpost would have been one parsec. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

Qomar Edit

The Qomar homeworld had at least four orbital stations when the USS Voyager visited there in 2376. (VOY: "Virtuoso")

Romulan Edit

In 2364, a number of Romulan outposts bordering the Neutral Zone were attacked. Federation outposts in the area were attacked in exact same manner. Given the level of destruction, the Romulans realized the culpit could not be the Federation, and the the two powers agreed to share information in solving the mystery. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone") Later, identicall attacks were found to be commited by the Borg. (TNG: "Q Who")

These outposts were only mentioned in dialogue.

Tellarite Edit

Station near the Klingon border Edit

Tholian Edit

Asteroid dock Edit

United Earth Edit

Arctic base camp Edit

Base camp

Base camp

In 2153, the A-6 excavation team, part of the Arctic Archaeology Team of the Earth Sciences Institute, built up a base camp on a glacier in the Arctic Circle on Earth. It consisted of three research modules. (ENT: "Regeneration")

Vostigye Edit

Vostigye space station Edit

Vostigye station debris


USS Voyager was due to rendezvous with the Vostigye at one of their space stations in 2373, but found it destroyed. All that remained was a debris field encompassing nearly eighty cubic kilometers, composed of materials such as Boronite, sarium, and carbon-60 composites.

There were sixty Vostigye scientists at the station, but no survivors were found. (VOY: "Real Life")

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