Sol sectorEdit

How do we know all those other systems are in the Sol Sector too? There's the assumption of 20*20 ly sectors, but it is not particularly consistent. So I think this info falls into the non-canon realm... -- Harry 13:25, 23 Dec 2003 (PST)

You are right, this is just "official assumption" combined with the idea that Sol might be located in the center of its sector. I will remove the list of stars here. -- Cid Highwind 18:51, 23 Dec 2003 (PST)
  • I'm curious, when was it ever called the "Sol sector" by name versus Sector 001? It would be nice if that could be cited on the page. --Alan del Beccio 02:48, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
    • Any VOY episode that showed the Starfleet Communications skyscraper references this, the building was labeled as the "sol sector" headquarters -- Captain M.K. Barteltalk 03:00, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
Even though the above states it would probably be speculation that sectors might be 20lyx20ly, Sol might be in the exact center of sector 001, or in a corner, or whatever i used the ISDb to map all known (current) stars less than 20+ LY from Sol... --Captain M.K.B. 03:03, 12 April 2006 (UTC)

Stars in sector 001 if Sol is in the approximate centerEdit

Stars possibly in sector 001 if Sol is not in the centerEdit

  • EZ Aquarii: 11.0817 light years
  • Procyon: 11.406 light years
  • 61 Cygni: 11.4269 light years (associated by non-canon to Tellar)
  • Struve 2398: 11.6366 light years
  • Groombridge 34: 11.6373 light years
  • Southern Infrared Proper motion Survey 1259-4336: 11.7999 light years
  • DX Cancri: 11.8246 light years
  • Epsilon Indi: 11.8265 light years (associated by non-canon to Andor)
  • Tau Ceti: 11.8971 light years
  • Gliese & Jahreiss 1061: 11.9388 light years
  • YZ Ceti: 12.198 light years
  • Luyten's Star: 12.3883 light years
  • Teegarden's Star: 12.4008 light years
  • Kapteyn's Star: 12.7777 light years
  • AX Microscopii: 12.8713 light years
  • DO Cephei: 13.071 light years
  • Deep Near-Infrared Survey 1048-39: 13.1595 light years
  • V577 Monoceri: 13.4717 light years
  • Wolf 1061: 13.9087 light years
  • FL Virginis: 14.0468 light years
  • van Maanen's Star: 14.1263 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -37°15492: 14.2218 light years
  • Luyten 1159-16: 14.5749 light years
  • Luyten 143-23: 14.6491 light years
  • Luyten Palomar 731-58: 14.7578 light years
  • AOe 17415-6: 14.7679 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -46°11540: 14.7956 light years
  • CC 658: 15.0715 light years
  • Giclas 158-27: 15.3271 light years
  • Ross 780: 15.3341 light years
  • V1581 Cygni: 15.3843 light years
  • WX Ursae Majoris: 15.7599 light years
  • Groombridge 1618: 15.8915 light years
  • AD Leonis: 15.9946 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -49°13515: 16.1024 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -44°11909: 16.445 light years
  • 40 Eridani: 16.454 light years (associated with Vulcan)
  • EV Lacertae: 16.4664 light years
  • 70 Ophiuchi: 16.5881 light years
  • Altair: 16.7732 light years
  • Heintz 299: 17 light years
  • Giclas 9-38: 17.0476 light years
  • Giclas 99-49: 17.507 light years
  • Catalogue Astrographique +79°3888: 17.5833 light years
  • Bonner Durchmusterung +15°2620: 17.7148 light years
  • Luyten Half-Second 1723: 17.8506 light years
  • Stein 2051: 17.9827 light years
  • Wolf 294: 17.9861 light years
  • Luyten 347-14: 18.5614 light years
  • Bonner Durchmusterung -3°1123: 18.5617 light years
  • Wolf 630: 18.7207 light years
  • Sigma Draconis: 18.8077 light years
  • Gliese 229: 18.8325 light years
  • Ross 47: 18.8759 light years
  • Luyten 205-128: 18.9524 light years
  • Bonner Durchmusterung +4°4048: 19.1555 light years
  • Luyten 674-15: 19.1847 light years
  • Gliese 570: 19.2642 light years
  • YZ Canis Minoris: 19.3441 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -40°9712: 19.3544 light years
  • Eta Cassiopeiae: 19.4149 light years
  • 36 Ophiuchi: 19.4649 light years (associated by Star Trek: Star Charts with Ophiucus system)
  • Bonner Durchmusterung +1°4774: 19.4711 light years

Stars that could only be in sector 001 if Sol was on a very edge or cornerEdit

  • J. Herschel 5173: 19.7361 light years
  • 82 Eridani: 19.7655 light years
  • Delta Pavonis: 19.9186 light years
  • Bonner Durchmusterung -11°3759: 19.9491 light years
  • Eggen/Greenstein white dwarf 372: 20.0335 light years
  • SFT 1321: 20.0691 light years
  • Cordoba Durchmusterung -45°13677: 20.2345 light years
  • Luyten Palomar 914-54: 20.2594 light years
  • EQ Pegasi: 20.3773 light years
  • Bonner Durchmusterung -7°4003: 20.4481 light years
  • Kuiper 79: 20.621 light years
  • QY Aurigae: 20.7405 light years

Past Tense? Edit

Why is this article in past tense? Was Sector 001 destroyed? If so, then why is that not noted in the article? ~Supuhstar* 20:07, May 5, 2013 (UTC)

Please review MA:POV; virtually all articles are written in the past tense, to allow for a consistent viewpoint. 31dot (talk) 20:21, May 5, 2013 (UTC)

Sector 001 vs Sector 01Edit

When the article says there's a transwarp network in sector 001, it's not refering to the part labeled sector 01 is it? because if it is, given that that sector seems to lie 95% in Klingon Space, I'm not sure we should just be assuming those two are the same (again). -- Capricorn (talk) 21:12, September 20, 2013 (UTC)

I wrote that paragraph. Since I wrote that paragraph, I have arrived at the conclusion that I don't know what those lines might represent. Are they trade lines, trans warp network lines, or a combination of the two? Second, the map is not of a 2-D space, it is of a 3-D space. We have this sector at Level 3-B. One of the senses for level is "position along a vertical axis". [1] So, it's probable and plausible that this sector is either above or below space occupied by the Klingon Empire.Throwback (talk) 01:15, September 21, 2013 (UTC)
By 2259, the Federation had established a transwarp network in this sector. This network, with its system of corridors, connected this sector to other Federation-controlled sectors near the Klingon Empire. (Star Trek Into Darkness) I have removed this paragraph because of my uncertainity.Throwback (talk) 01:21, September 21, 2013 (UTC)

I'd say that information doesn't have to be removed overal; you could still for example make an article on Sector 01 and add a note there that it may or may not be the same. Smart to notice about the level thing though; I hadn't even thought of that possibility. I guess I was making the same mistake as main universe Khan :D -- Capricorn (talk) 02:00, September 21, 2013 (UTC)

Another factor to consider. I know of two ways that sectors 1 to 99 are written. They can be written as a two-digit number or as a three-digit number. For example, Sector 34 can be either Sector 34 or Sector 034.Throwback (talk) 03:57, September 21, 2013 (UTC)

Removed Edit

This sector might be located in both the Alpha and Beta quadrants, based on the real world location of 40 Eridani.

Speculative; plus, we don't know the Star Trek universe location of 40 Eridani.Lakenheath72 (talk) 16:38, March 1, 2015 (UTC)

Cut Sentences Edit

Sol, the primary of the Sol system, was at the border of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants; however, this star was identified as an Alpha Quadrant star. This seemed to indicate that the border to the Beta Quadrant was at minimum 5 billion miles away from Sol, but at maximum it was 10 Light years away depending on where Sol and its Solar system is located in sector 001.

I removed the reference to both the map from Star Trek: Insurrection and the seventh season of Voyager as they do not specifically name the Sol Sector or Sector 001. In the former, there is a caption which reads, "Sol System - Federation Starfleet HQ". I mention this in the History section. In the latter, the end terminus of the trajectory taken by Voyager through the galaxy reads as "UFP".

Two reasons for removal of sentences: 1. These lines have more relevance for the Sol system and/or Sol. 2. The map from Star Trek: Into Darkness would indicate considerable distance between the Alpha and Beta Quadrant border and Sector 001.--Memphis77 (talk) 13:58, February 26, 2016 (UTC)

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