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Later by the 24th century, it was the location of Starfleet's Holographic Image and Programming Center, where Dr. Lewis Zimmerman did his work developing the Emergency Medical Hologram program. (VOY episode: "The Cloud", DS9 episode: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume")
In 2372, the USS Samson was scheduled to arrive at Jupiter Station for debriefing following the testing on it's enhanced weapon and targeting systems during war games against the USS Enterprise-E. Unfortunately, the Samson was destroyed before leaving the Pantera Nebula. (TNG eBook: A Sea of Troubles)
In 2375, Zimmerman was able to convince Starfleet to enact Directive 731.9, which allowed for the removal of Vic Fontaine's holomatrix to Jupiter Station from Deep Space 9. (DS9 short story: "So a Horse Walks into a Bar...")
During the Totality Crisis in 2381, a number of Starfleet vessels suffered from warp core breaches. The matter was kept under a veil of secrecy and led to the Enterprise-E being sent a message from Starfleet Command to drop out of warp at Kuiper 575 in order for both the Enterprise-E and the USS Titan to be escorted to Jupiter Station. At the time on Stardate 58562.5, multiple Starfleet ships suffered from catastrophic warp core failiures leading to the deaths of thousands - some due to the actual destruction whilst others were lost when the major research platforms suffered from the loss of their shields which led to Jupiter's deadly radiation killing them. (TOS novel: Captain's Glory)
In 2410, Jupiter Station was one of several sites targeted by the Iconians during their invasion of the Sol System. The station sent out a distress signal, which was answered by the Gorn vessel IKS Varanus. (STO mission: "Midnight")
- It is unclear whether the 22nd century station existed into the 24th century, or whether a later replacement facility shared the same designation.
- Commanding officer:
- Chief of security: Lieutenant Lynn White (2371)