The following is a list of unnamed Borg spheres.

Battle of Sector 001 sphere Edit

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A Borg sphere being ejected from a Borg cube during the attack on Earth in 2373

When the Borg tried to assimilate Earth in 2373, the attacking cube was destroyed using Captain Jean-Luc Picards knowledge from his time as Locutus. A sphere left the cube before it was destroyed, and traveled back to the year 2063, in order to prevent the First Contact. It was destroyed by the USS Enterprise-E, which had followed the Borg through the temporal vortex. (Star Trek: First Contact)

The remains of the sphere were later found by a group of scientists in the Arctic Circle in 2153, buried under snow and ice of a glacier. Two drones had survived the crash and were preserved in the ice. Upon regeneration, the Borg drones assimilated the scientists and collected all remains of the sphere to include it to the assimilated transport Arctic One. This transport was later destroyed by Enterprise NX-01. (ENT: "Regeneration")

Debris of this Borg sphere is featured as January cover of the 2008 Star Trek: Ships of the Line calendar, titled "Things From Another World" by John Teska.

Korok's sphere Edit

This sphere was captured by Klingon General Korok and the other members of Unimatrix Zero. It approached USS Voyager, where General Korok offered his assistance to help the crew rescue the away team members consisting of Tuvok, B'Elanna Torres, and Captain Kathryn Janeway who had been assimilated as Borg drones aboard the Tactical Cube 138. Korok's Sphere waited until they and the crew of Voyager had worked out a plan to stop the Borg Queen from destroying the rest of the Unimatrix Zero members by destroying Unimatrix Zero. The Sphere then attacked the Borg Tactical Cube along with Voyager. The crew of Voyager were eventually able to rescue Tuvok, B'Elanna Torres, and Captain Kathryn Janeway by beaming them off of the Cube when the Borg Queen ordered the Cube to self-destruct. Korok's Sphere and Voyager were able to escape the blast. Korok's Sphere then eventually departed after helping in repairing both ships to recruit more members of the "Borg Resistance." (VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II")

Brunali homeworld sphere Edit

Borg sphere tractoring Voyager

USS Voyager caught in the tractor beam of a Borg sphere near the Brunali homeworld

In 2376, this Borg sphere attacked the Voyager, after being attracted by a false warp signature emitted by a Brunali transport vessel. It tried to assimilate both vessels, but Seven of Nine came up with a plan and beamed a photon torpedo on the Brunali vessel, as it was pulled inside the sphere. The explosion heavily damaged the sphere, giving Voyager the chance to escape. (VOY: "Child's Play")

Crashed sphere Edit

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A Borg sphere crashing onto a planet in the Delta Quadrant

In 2368, this sphere crashed onto Planet 1865-Alpha in the Delta Quadrant. Only five drones survived the crash, Two of Nine, Three of Nine, Four of Nine, Seven of Nine, and a fifth whom Seven encountered and died in her arms. The drones had to abandon the sphere, because the transwarp chamber exploded. (VOY: "Survival Instinct")

Daydream sphere Edit

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A Borg sphere destroyed by the photonic cannon in one of The Doctor's daydreams

In 2376, The Doctor enhanced his program so he could experience daydreams. In one of these, a Borg sphere attacked the ship and incapacitated the bridge crew. The Doctor activated the Emergency Command Hologram and took command. He tried to convince the Borg to stop their attack, but the Collective insisted that "You will be assimilated". The ECH then activated the photonic cannon and destroyed the sphere with a single shot. (VOY: "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy")

This sphere was not real, as it only existed as part of a daydream.

"Fort Knox" sphere Edit


Captain Janeway examines the Borg Sphere on the viewscreen in Astrometrics (damage visible in the upper half)

In 2375 the USS Voyager destroyed a Borg probe and salvaged a data node from the wreckage. The node contained tactical information about vessel movements in a radius of thirty light years. One ship was a damaged sphere which could only travel at warp 2 due to its encounter with an ion storm. Captain Kathryn Janeway decided to raid the sphere to obtain a transwarp coil, as part of Operation Fort Knox. The attempt was successful, but Seven of Nine was forced to remain on the ship because the Borg Queen had threatened her that she would assimilate Voyager if she didn't comply. The sphere used its remaining transwarp coil to travel back to the Unicomplex and bring Seven to the Queen. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

Proto-nebula sphere Edit

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A Borg sphere near a proto-nebula in the Delta Quadrant

In 2375, a transporter accident created a 29th century Borg drone, One. His proximity transceiver contacted a Borg sphere, which intercepted the USS Voyager near a proto-nebula. After initial attempts to fight the sphere failed, One beamed aboard the Borg ship, and navigated it into the nebula. The high pressure inside the nebula caused the sphere to be destroyed. (VOY: "Drone")

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