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- This is a list of entries regarding stars which have not been described with proper names.
Unnamed stars and systemsEdit
Kelly Green systemEdit
- System makeup
Blue class B in the Kyr areaEdit
A blue spectral class B star was identified as a possible nova candidate by Science Officer Helman aboard USS Enterprise in the 2260s. The star was located about 9 parsecs (or 30 light years) away from Kyr. (TOS novel: Spock, Messiah!)
White dwarf in the Rasalgethi areaEdit
K't'lk was testing the inversion drive aboard her cutter vessel when she was unexpectedly confronted with Klingon attackers. She hurriedly "re-elected" her mass in a different direction and ended up in the corona of a white dwarf star that was adjacent to Rasalgethi. (TOS novel: The Wounded Sky)
Class A binary in Alpha QuadrantEdit
- This binary was on the edge of the "United Federation of Planets I" map page and did not have a label.
Lukari home sun Edit
Located on the coreward edge of Ferenginar sector in the Alpha Quadrant, this G1V-class star was orbited by a micronebula and multiple gas giants, one of which was orbited by the Class M moon Lukari. An unknown party attempted to tamper with the timeline by destroying the star with a trilithium torpedo, but the Alpha Quadrant Alliance was able to foil the plot with help from Kal Dano, a time traveler from the 31st century partially descended from the native Lukari. (STO - "Future Proof" mission: "Sunrise")
- System makeup
Unnamed Star System (Swarm)Edit
It may only have been a single star with no planets or other bodies orbiting it as no mentionings to these were made during the visit.
The Swarm destroyed the star by accelerating its life cycle with chronometric radiation to the point that it entered the Supernova phase of its existence. The Swarm did this in order to collect the released stellar matter and energy to refuel itself.(TOS comic: "Swarm")
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