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Titan from orbit

Type: Moon
Native Species: None
Location: In orbit of Saturn
Sol system
Sector 001
Alpha Quadrant
Affiliation: United Federation of Planets
USS Enterprise (alternate reality) hides in Saturn's rings

The USS Enterprise hides from the Narada in Titan's atmosphere

Titan and training craft

Nova Squadron in orbit of Titan, secretly attempting the dangerous and forbidden Kolvoord Starburst

For additional meanings of "Titan", please see Titan.

Titan was an inhabited moon. This was one of the moons of Saturn. The planet was located in the Sol planetary system. This system was located in Sector 001 (or Sol sector), a region of space in the Alpha Quadrant. This was one of two named moons that orbited Saturn; the other was Mimas. The moon was affiliated with the United Federation of Planets.

The atmosphere of this moon was toxic to humans.

In the 2140s, while on Titan as part of the Omega training mission with Captain Jonathan Archer, Trip Tucker encountered problems while on an extra vehicular (EV) exercise. His EV pack froze up and he experienced nitrogen narcosis. However, Archer was able to convince Trip not to remove his helmet while still unsheltered on Titan's surface. (ENT: "Strange New World")

Titan was a major navigational reference within Saturn's planetary system. Nova Squadron used Titan as a rendezvous point before beginning training maneuvers during preparations for Starfleet Academy's commencement exercises in 2368. (TNG: "The First Duty")

Titan was also a favored way point for pilots making the Jovian Run. A dangerous shuttlecraft maneuver sometimes performed by Starfleet pilots on this run was called Titan's Turn. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part II")

In an alternate reality, the crew of the USS Enterprise used the conditions on Saturn and Titan to help hide their ship from the sensors of the Narada. (Star Trek)


As Titan was the site of Human activity since at least the mid-22nd century, it likely fell under Federation protection and jurisdiction later on.

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