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These are star systems that were mentioned but not named.

Alpha and Beta Quadrant systems Edit

Akaali system Edit

Located 78 light years from Earth. this inhabited system was in the general vicinity of a cluster of three neutron stars and a J'ral class supernova remnant. The Akaali homeworld was located in this system. In 2151, the Enterprise NX-01 defeated a Malurian starship in this system. (ENT: "Civilization")

According to the Star Trek: Star Charts (p. 54, 60) and the Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library ("Beta Quadrant: Local Space Extract"), the Akaali (Omega Sagittarii) system was located in the Beta Quadrant. The primary was a G-class star.

Amargosa system Edit

This system accompanied the star Amargosa and included the Amargosa observatory, a space-based Federation facility. In 2371 the facility was attacked by Romulans, sparking concern of a new Romulan threat in the sector. At the time the Enterprise detected no ships in the system, though a cloaked Klingon ship was present. Shortly thereafter, a trilithium weapon launched into Amargosa by the rogue scientist Tolian Soran triggered the star to collapse, producing a level twelve shock wave expected to destroy everything in the system. (Star Trek Generations)

Dialogue from the movie suggested it was in the same sector as the Veridian system.

Arret system Edit

The system was located hundreds of light years past the limits of Federation exploration in 2268. That same year, the USS Enterprise was directed to the planet Arret in this system by the thought energy of Sargon. (TOS: "Return to Tomorrow")

Arret (negative) system Edit

This reverse negative antimatter universe star system was in the same galactic position as the Sol system in the forward positive matter universe. The inhabited planet Arret was located in this system. In the mid-23rd century, Karl Four pointed out the location of his home system on a galactic map to Robert April, James T. Kirk, and Spock. (TAS: "The Counter-Clock Incident")

Azati Prime system Edit

Azati Prime system

Core of star system

This unnamed star system containing the planet Azati Prime was a Delphic Expanse system. Its primary was a red giant located at coordinates 1127.4 by 4052 by 3901.1. The system also contained at least two more planets and at least two moons, as well as at least one planetoid.

As of 2154 considerable activity existed around two of the inner planets, numerous ships, all Xindi. One of these inner planets was Azati Prime. Further out the system also contained a planetoid, with a moon that contained a monitoring station. The station was one of several lunar outposts in the system, and was destroyed in early 2154.

A large array of thousands of artificial satellites that created a detection grid and security net was deployed in the system, protecting Azati Prime. It was extremely sensitive and had no weaknesses. If one of the satellites was destroyed or disabled, the other satellites filled up the gap. (ENT: "Azati Prime")

The exact layout of the system wasn't explained. The schematic seen on this page shows the detection grid, which apparently encompassed four planets. However, the planetoid Enterprise hid behind was apparently outside of the grid, so the total number of planets is unknown. Furthermore, ships traversing the grid were seen with Azati Prime very near in the background, suggesting that in spite of its name it was the fourth rather then first of the planets in the schematic. One solution might be that the graphic does not depict the system but Azati Prime and four moons, surrounded by a grid only encompassing only encompassing them. However, in that case it seems peculiar that a predominantly blue world would be shown in red. A further peculiarity in the episode is the very sudden appearance of a moon in a way that suggests the writers might have interchanged the words "planetoid" and "moon".

Ba'ku system Edit

This Alpha Quadrant system was located in the Briar Patch, a region of space in Sector 441. The system had one planet with life - Ba'ku planet - which was colonized by the Ba'ku. According to Ru'afo, the injector assembly, if fired at the planet Ba'ku, would leave all life in the system dead or dying in six hours. This system was located in Federation space. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Ba'ku home system Edit

This system was the home system of a group of settlers who founded a colony on the Ba'ku planet in 2066. This system's civilization had technology which could destroy all life and the settlers feared their species was on the verge of self-annihilation. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

Suliban hiding system Edit

Binary star system

The stars of the system

Suliban stealth cruiser, cloaked

The stealth cruiser cloaked on a moon in the system

This binary star system was located 2.5 light-years from Paraagan II. It contained at least 2 planets, and at least 2 moons.

In 2152, a Suliban stealth cruiser hid on the inner moon of the second planet orbiting the smaller star in the system. Enterprise (NX-01) disabled the Suliban cruiser in this system and stole its data disks to prove it wasn't responsible for the destruction of the Paraagan mining colony. (ENT: "Shockwave")

Binary system Edit

Enterprise nx in binary system

Enterprise in a binary star system

This binary star system was explored by Enterprise NX-01 in September 2152. Captain Jonathan Archer and Commander Tucker prepared Shuttlepod 1 to visit the surface of an uninhabited planet but were forced to leave when a neutronic wavefront approached. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

Ekos and Zion system Edit

M43 Alpha system 2268

Zeon and Ekos

This unnamed star system was home to two M-class planets inhabited by humanoids. Ekos, home of the Ekosians, occupies an orbit inward from its' sister planet, Zeon, home to the Zeons. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")

Eminiar system Edit

NGC 321

The NGC 321 star cluster containing the star system

This star system was located within the star cluster NGC 321. The system's primary was named Eminiar. A planet in this system, Eminiar VII, was inhabited by a native species. This species had colonized the third planet in this system, Vendikar, sometime prior to the late 18th century. (TOS: "A Taste of Armageddon")

Exo III system Edit

Exo III was located in a system of which the sun had been fading for half a million years as of the 23rd century.

Gosis' species star system Edit

Gosis' species system was a system with only one class M planet.

When Enterprise NX-01 visited his planet in 2152, Temec reasoned that the Humans must have come from an alien system, since "none of the other planets are capable of supporting life." (ENT: "The Communicator")

Iotian system Edit

Described by Captain James T. Kirk as being on "...the outer reaches of the galaxy", this unnamed star system had at least two planets. The second planet, Sigma Iotia II, was the homeworld of the Iotians. (TOS: "A Piece of the Action")

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J'naii system Edit

This unnamed system system harbored the planet J'naii, homeworld of the J'naii. It also harbored a null space pocket, a fact which was only discovered in 2368. (TNG: "The Outcast")

New Berlin Colony system Edit

This unnamed system was administered by the Federation New Berlin Colony. In 2369, the colony sent out a distress call fearing a Borg incursion, while all that had happened was that a Ferengi trader had entered their system. (TNG: "Descent")

Romulan-held system Edit

This system, uncharted according to Starfleet, had several planets including one that was Minshara class. The system turned out to be claimed and defended by the Romulan Star Empire, which did not tolerate others entering it. (ENT: "Minefield")

System with Kuiper belt Edit

Solar system with kuiper belt

System with a Kuiper belt

In 2375, Odo and a defective Weyoun clone managed to evade capture by Jem'Hadar by hiding in this system containing a Kuiper belt. (DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

Terra Nova system Edit

Terra Nova system

The system of Terra Nova

A display graphic demonstrated Terra Nova to be part of a solar system containing several other planets. (ENT: "Terra Nova")

Tholian system Edit

This system was home to the xenophobic Tholians. When Enterprise encountered a Tholian vessel in 2152, T'Pol remarked that it was unusual for Tholians to travel that far from their system. (ENT: "Future Tense")

Uncharted solar system Edit

This uncharted solar system, located at 2466 PM, contained a planet where the Metrons forced Kirk to fight a Gorn captain. (TOS: "Arena")

War games simulation system Edit

In a holographicly simulated tactical scenario played out on USS Voyager in 2371, a red giant system with eight planets, none of them M class, played a minor role. (VOY: "Learning Curve")

The simulation was not explicitly said to be set in the Alpha or Beta quadrant, however the inclusion of Ferengi and Romulan vessels makes this a pretty safe bet.

Gamma Quadrant systems Edit

Gamma quadrant binary star system Edit

This binary system was close to the Gamma Quadrant exit of the Bajoran wormhole in a sector Starfleet was only beginning to explore when they were forced to urgently chart the system after a runabout crash in 2369. The system contained at least seven planets, two dozen or so moons, and an asteroid belt. The sixth planet had three moons. The third planet contained one moon, which was made into a penal colony. For more information on that moon, see Penal moon.

The star emitted an abnormally large amount of delta radiation, making scanning the system difficult. Scans indicated no M class planets, making survival seem impossible, though these scans could not be trusted, and a life-sustaining moon was later found.

Yaderan colony system Edit

This system had at least two planets. The second planet was home to a Yaderan colony. A Federation runabout visited this system in 2370. (DS9: "Shadowplay")

Delta Quadrant systems Edit

37's system Edit

This system contained an L class planet colonized by the Briori using Human slaves. By the 24th century, the Humans had overthrown their abductors and set up a civilization of their own. (VOY: "The 37's")

Akritiri system Edit

The homeworld of the Akritirians, Akritiri, was located in this system. There were no sources of trilithium in this system. (VOY: "The Chute")

Banea system Edit

The homeworld of the Banea, Banea, was located in this system. In 2371, this system was patrolled by Numiri patrol ships which were known for intercepting ships entering the system. The Numiri government considered it an act of war against them if a ship transported aid and supplies to Banea. The Numiri regarded the system as a war zone. That same year, the USS Voyager was intercepted by a patrol ship in this system. The Voyager was permitted to enter the system after convincing the captain that their purpose in the system was to retrieve one of their crewmembers from Banea. While in the system, the Numiri monitored the activities of the Voyager. This system was located "seventy thousand lights years, give or take a few" from the Federation. (VOY: "Ex Post Facto")

Drayan system Edit

This system contained Drayen II and its several moons. In 2272, heavy solar flare activity caused electrodynamic disturbances throughout the system. (VOY: "Innocence")

G type star system Edit

This G-type star system near a large plasma drift contained two inhabited planets on which USS Voyager detected Vidiian lifesigns. It was in an area with heavy Vidiian activity, as heavy subspace communications and at least twenty of their ships were also detected in its general area. (VOY: "Deadlock")

New Earth system Edit

This Delta Quadrant system contained seven planets orbiting a yellow dwarf, the third planet named New Earth after Kathryn Janeway and Chakotay were briefly forced to settle on it in 2372. The system as well as the threat on the third planet were known by the Vidiians. (VOY: "Resolutions")

Nygean homeworld's system Edit

In 2377, USS Voyager picked up the passengers of a distressed Nygean prison ship which was heading back to the system containing their homeworld, thirteen light years away.

Ocampa system Edit

This G-type star system was described as the neighboring system of the Caretaker's array. Its fifth planet, Ocampa, was inhabited. (VOY: "Caretaker")

The waste zone where USS Voyager first encountered Neelix might also have been in the system, as Janeway asked Neelix about "the fifth planet", without specifying any system.

Qomar system Edit

This system harbored the Qomar homeworld and civilization. It was said to be "closed" to other species, but Voyager was exceptionally allowed to visit it in 2376. (VOY: "Virtuoso")

Rakosa system Edit

Rakosan star system

A map of the star system

This star system was inhabited and consisted of a single primary and six planets. The fifth planet – Rakosa V – was the homeworld of the Rakosans. (VOY: "Dreadnought")

Red dwarf system Edit

This star system, orbiting a red dwarf, was visited by USS Voyager in 2370. It contained an M class planet, Makull's homeworld. (VOY: "Time and Again")

Sikaris system Edit

This system contained Sikaris, homeworld of the Sikarians. It had a single sun, around which Sikaris revolved at a distance of almost forty thousand light years divided by two and a half billion. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

Sobras system Edit

The planet Sobras, which contained a Kazon-Pommar settlement, was part of a system in which the Takrit were known to operate. (VOY: "Alliances")

Systems aware of Neelix' feragoit goulash Edit

According to Neelix, his feragoit goulash was known across twelve star systems. (VOY: "Parallax")

System with Kazon-Ogla moon Edit

In 2371, Voyager visited a system containing the moon Tarok and its primary, while searching for Chakotay. (VOY: "Initiations")

System visited by Tom Paris and Kathryn Janeway Edit

This uninhabited star system was where the ill-fated transwarp shuttle Cochrane ended up after Tom Paris kidnapped his captain, Kathryn Janeway. It contained at least four planets, the fourth having jungles. (VOY: "Threshold")

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