The following is a list of unnamed planets.

By quadrant Edit

By species or group Edit

By individual Edit

By function or description Edit

Unknown location Edit

Guinan's homeworld Edit

This planet was the homeworld of Guinan, an El-Aurian. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds") It was located in the El-Aurian system. (TNG: "Q Who") The planet was destroyed by the Borg, at which time Guinan's people scattered throughout the universe, though they ultimately survived. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds") At one point, she was rumored to be from Nova Kron. (TNG: "The Child")

In a line of dialogue from the fourth draft script of "I Borg", Guinan stated, "The Borg took our whole world... left it in ruins." That line was written out of the episode by the time the final draft of the script was submitted. Also, both script drafts referred to the occupants of the planet, at the time of its destruction, as having been Guinan's "ancestors". [1]

Iconian planets Edit

The surfaces of various planets were seen from an Iconian gateway that formed on the surface of Iconia in 2365. (TNG: "Contagion")

Places seen through the Iconian gateway on Iconia
Iconian gateway planet 1Iconian gateway planet 2Iconian gateway planet 3Iconian gateway planet 4Iconian gateway planet 5Iconian gateway planet 6

Impact planet Edit

Impact planet display

The display of a planet

Four billion years ago, as of 2374, hydrocarbon fragments of a comet crashed on the surface of this planet and evolved into plant life. From this plant life, further life evolved and led to several space-faring species which colonized several sectors.

While aboard Annorax's weapon ship, Chakotay ran a simulation in which he erased the comet the USS Voyager met. The simulation resulted in erasing about 8,000 civilizations. (VOY: "Year of Hell, Part II")

L-370 planets Edit

These seven planets were charted by the USS Enterprise in 2266. By 2267, they had been reduced to debris by the planet killer. (TOS: "The Doomsday Machine")

Parasitic beings' planet Edit

A species of parasitic beings was discovered on this uncharted planet by a survey team around 2364. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

Phillips' surveys planets Edit

As of 2268, astrobiologist Phillips had surveyed 29 planets that were biologically similar to Alpha Carinae II, making him a good choice for a landing party that would survey Alpha Carinae II, in M-5's opinion. (TOS: "The Ultimate Computer")

Q's planet Edit

Hide and Q planet set, remastered

The surface of "Q's planet"

In 2364, Q brought the crew of the USS Enterprise-D on the surface of a desolate planet at an unknown location. Data hypothesized that due to Q's powers, the planet and its twin moons might not exist at all. The surface was desert-like with rocks. No life or plant was found on the planet and the sky was green. (TNG: "Hide and Q")

Q's planets Edit

Q's planets

Two planets

These two unnamed planets could be seen from the surface of Q's recreated planet where he brought the crew of the Enterprise-D in 2364. (TNG: "Hide and Q")

Taurean homeworld Edit

Inhabitants of this planet moved to an second planet in the Taurean system when their planet began to die.

This was implied to be at least 150 years before 2269.

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