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Cygnet XIV, also referred to as Omega-1 Cygni XIV and noted in the Vulcan charts as Haurok leh-keh (ENT novel: Beneath the Raptor's Wing), was a class M Federation member planet, the fourteenth planet located in star system Omega-1 Cygni. This system is inhabited by a female-dominated civilization, the Cygnians. (TOS episode & novelization: Tomorrow is Yesterday, TAS novelization: The Time Trap, SCE eBook: Where Time Stands Still; ST reference: Star Trek Maps)
The world was first charted by the Vulcans during their surveys and exploration of space where they noted the dominating matriarchy of the planet which had lasted for centuries. By the mid-22nd century, the planet was known for its advanced and highly ordered civilization. In 2155, the United Earth Starfleet vessel Enterprise came to Cygnet XIV in order to repair their warp drive. This first contact had some difficulty as the Cygneti representative could not take Human Captain Jonathan Archer seriously as he was a male. In order to repair their starship engine, Captain Archer had to temporarily "promote" Hoshi Sato to the position of captain with her and T'Pol engaged in negotiations with the Cygneti who ultimately agreed to allow the use of their most advanced ship repair yard in exchange for some exotic chemicals generated by the Enterprises warp engine. (ENT novel: Beneath the Raptor's Wing)
In 2267, the USS Enterprise arrived at Cygnet XIV for repair and maintenance. The Cygnians felt that the Enterprise computer lacked a personality, so they proceeded to give it one - which turned out to be rather whimsical and flirtatious, constantly addressing Captain Kirk as "dear" and acting personally offended when Kirk ordered the computer not to address him in that manner. Commander Spock also noted that the computer had "an unfortunate tendency to giggle." (TOS episode: "Tomorrow is Yesterday")