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Unnamed Federation worldsEdit
Starbase 8 planetEdit
- The planet was illustrated with a blue ocean and rocky brown continents, possibly indicating Earth-like habitability.
Starbase 10 planetEdit
This planet, the home of the Federation's Starbase 10, was located near the Romulan Neutral Zone. The world was habitable, and the ruins of an old civilization, the Kundiawaq, surrounded the Starfleet base. An orbital space station facility that was part of the starbase was positioned at this world, as well. (TOS - Annual comic: "The Final Voyage"; TOS comic: "The Argon Affair!"; TOS episode & Star Trek 7 novelization: The Deadly Years)
Starbase 16 planetEdit
Starbase 28 planetEdit
Galaxy Zekbran planetEdit
This unnamed planet located in Galaxy Zekbran appeared to be uninhabited and had deposits of zutotanium. In 2267, a Trann spaceship crashed on the planet, and its crew, while trying to power their engines, accidentally invented an age-ray. The USS Enterprise came to the planet to obtain zutotanium, but came into conflict with the people from Trann. (TOS comic: "The Youth Trap")
This unnamed planet existed in an alternate quantum reality from the "real" universe, accessed with the triggering of an interdimensional Androssi device in yet another reality. Time traveled at a slower rate on this planet, approximately one quarter that of the "real" universe.
At some point in the past, this world experienced a nuclear war, called the Cataclysm. In the addition to the loss of much technology, the war resulted in excessive radiation and pollution in the biosphere, in turn causing widespread mutations, cancers, and birth defects among the humanoid population.
In the wake of the war, the Kornak, under the military rule of the Kornak Armed Forces, gained control of most of the world, with the exception of some remote tribes called Outliers. The Kornak initiated a loyalty system in order to prioritize which citizens would receive lifesaving medical treatment, organ transplants, and artificial prostheses. Opponents to this system, and to the extents which technology was being used to replace their organic bodies, were called the Jabari. Particularly troubling were medical developments in which microelectromechanical machines were used to regenerate neural tissues, which could also be used to link minds and transfer information electronically. When Doctors Julian Bashir and Elizabeth Lense visited this planet in late 2376, they theorized that they could have been temporally displaced back to the Borg homeworld during the early evolution of that race. (SCE eBooks: Security, Wounds, Book 1, Wounds, Book 2)
This planet of unspecified name was the location of settlements of the Kristenian civilization. In the year 2288, the USS Exeter II visited this world to assist in a agricultural disaster. The Exeter, under the command of Captain Styles and First Officer Pérez, was able to supply the Kristenians with infrastructure equipment to give them methods to cope with the food shortfall. (TOS - The Return of the Worthy comic: "Great Expectations!")
The Robots' planet was a planet about twice the size of Earth, the homeworld of a race of Robots encountered by the crew of the USS Enterprise in 2266. The planet was originally inhabited by a humanoid culture, who a million years earlier had built the Robots and then left them to fend for themselves. The Robots learned to maintain themselves, but after a millions years their power unit began to malfunction so they took remote control of the Enterprise and brought it into land on their planet, where they hoped to take the ship's engines apart and use the components to refuel their power supply.
After coming to understand the Robots' predicament Captain Kirk offered to help them with their energy problems, but the Robots insisted on taking the required power rods by force, prompting Kirk to respond in kind and eventually leading to the destruction of the Robots' energy facility causing the Robots to shut down through lack of power. (TOS comic: "UK comic strips, first story arc")
Romulan planetoid (2243)Edit
Shortly after reference stardate 1/8305.10, the as-yet unnamed prototype NCC-1701 was sent on an emergency rescue mission to rescue colony ship SS Rosenberg from an ion storm. Because of tampering by Romulan agents during the construction and testing, the ship was set to automatically warp to a point in the Romulan Star Empire. The nearest star system to that point contained a class M planetoid.
The planet had a rugged, rocky terrain, and was inhabited by an array of plants and animals, including a carnivorous wolf-like predator. When Romulan starships in the area wished to confer with the damaged Federation ship's commanding officer, First Officer George Samuel Kirk, Jr. took a shuttlecraft to this planet in the injured Captain April's stead. When a Romulan mutineer ordered their ships to fire on the planet, the Romulan shuttle and the Federation shuttle were destroyed. Kirk sought cover, mistaking the Romulan Field Primus T'Cael for a captured Vulcan. Kirk and T'Cael were hunted by the wolf-animals for a time before they were beamed to the NCC-1701. (TOS novel: Final Frontier)
Romulan exiles' planetEdit
- See Santora Prime.
Turan Tot Narut's planetEdit
This was the fifth planet in a star system consisting of ten planets. It is very much like Earth in both size and gravity and has eight major continents and several island groups.
It is not mentioned if the star system which this planet is part of is located in the Alpha or Beta Quadrant.
In 2382, Jena Noi transported special agent Shelan to this planet in order to discuss sensitive issues. While there, Noi informed Shelan that the planet and its volcanic springs would become a vacation hot spot about forty years later. (DTI novel: Watching the Clock)