STAR TREK
TV Series 1966. Created by Gene Roddenberry. Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett and Grace Lee Whitney.
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1Aldebaran III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Aldebaran III
Planet that Wallace mentions: A few years ago on Aldebaran III, my husband and I tried various carbohydrate compounds to slow down the degeneration of plant life.

2Alpha 177 MapOuter SpacePlanets

Alpha 177
While the Enterprise crew conducts a geological exploration, magnetic dust interferes with the transporter, splitting Captain Kirk into two very different versions.



3Alpha Carinae V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Alpha Carinae V
Planet that the Enterprise Computer mentions: The Drella of Alpha Carinae V derives nourishment from the emotion of love. There is sufficient precedent for existence of creature, nature unknown, which could exist on emotion of fear.

4Alpha Eridani II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Alpha Eridani II
Planet the Enterprise Computer mentions when asked about cases of unsolved mass murders of women since Jack the Ripper: Working. 1932. Shanghai, China, Earth. Seven women knifed to death. 1974, Kiev, USSR, Earth. Five women knifed to death. 2105. Martian colonies. Eight women knifed to death. 2156. Heliopolis, Alpha Eridani II. Ten women knifed to death. There are additional examples.

5Alpha III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Alpha III
Planet Kirk's lawyer Samuel T. Cogley mentions during the trial.

6Alpha Majoris I MapOuter SpacePlanets

Alpha Majoris I
Planet the Enterprise Computer mentions: Affirmative. Precedent, mellitus, cloud creature of Alpha Majoris I.

7Altair VI MapOuter SpacePlanets

Altair VI
When Spock undergoes Pon Farr and must mate or die, Kirk ignores orders to travel to Altair VI for the new president's inauguration ceremony, instead redirecting the Enterprise to Spock's home planet Vulcan.

8Antos IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Antos IV
Planet that Chekov mentions: Sir, some creatures can generate and control energy with no harm to themselves. The electric eel on Earth, the giant dry worm of Antos IV, the fluffy...

9Ardana MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ardana
Planet that the Enterprise visits to obtain zenite, the only substance capable of halting a botanical plague.



3Argelius II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Argelius II
Planet the Enterprise visits, home to what McCoy describes as a completely hedonistic society.

4Argus X MapOuter SpacePlanets

Argus X
Planet rich in tritanium, home of deadly vampire cloud creatures.

5Ariannus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ariannus
While en route to the planet Ariannus to assist with a bacterial decontamination, the Enterprise intercepts the Starfleet shuttle da Vinci, which was stolen from Starbase 4.

6Axanar MapOuter SpacePlanets

Axanar
Location of former Starfleet captain Garth's great victory.

7Babel MapOuter SpacePlanets

Babel
While transporting dignitaries to an important peace conference on the planet Babel, the Enterprise is pursued by a mysterious vessel and, after a quarrel between the Vulcan ambassador, Sarek, and the Tellarite ambassador, the latter is killed, with Sarek as the main suspect.

8Berengaria VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Berengaria VII
Planet where Spock tells Leila he saw a dragon.

9Beta Antares IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Beta Antares IV
Planet that Kirk mentions: On Beta Antares IV, they play a real game. It's a man's game, but of course it's probably a little beyond you. It requires intelligence. Of course, the cards on Beta Antares IV are different, but not too different. The name of the game is called fizzbin.

10Beta Aurigae MapOuter SpacePlanets

Beta Aurigae
The Enterprise is scheduled to rendezvous with the Federation starship Potemkin at Beta Aurigae.

11Beta III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Beta III
The Enterprise visits the Beta III in the C-111 star system, where the U.S.S. Archon was reported lost nearly 100 years earlier, finding the inhabitants living in a 19th-century Earth-style culture, ruled over by cloaked and cowled "Lawgivers" and a reclusive dictator, Landru. Their arrival is shortly followed by the Festival, a period of violence, destruction, and sexual aggression.



3Beta XII A MapOuter SpacePlanets

Beta XII A
When the Enterprise responds to a distress signal from a human colony on the planet Beta XII A, they find Klingons.



3Camus II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Camus II
Planet where Janice Lester swaps bodies with Captain Kirk.

4Canopius MapOuter SpacePlanets

Canopius
Planet that Gary Mitchell mentions when Dr. Elizabeth Dehner tests his memory, asking him what was on page 387: My love has wings. Slender, feathered things with grace in upswept curve and tapered tip. The Nightingale Woman, written by Phineas Tarbolde on the Canopius planet back in 1996. It's funny you picked that one, Doctor.

5Capella IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Capella IV
Planet with abundance of the rare mineral topaline.



3Caran IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Caran IV
Site of starship base that Uhura mentions: Message, Captain. Starship base on Caran IV requesting explanation of our delay here, Sir. Space Commander Dominguez says we have supplies he urgently needs.

4Cestus III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Cestus III
Captain Kirk and a landing party beam down to the Federation observation outpost on Cestus III at the invitation of its commander, Commodore Travers, who has received quite the reputation for setting a fine table with his personal head chef. When the away team arrives, they discover that the invitation is a ruse and the colony has been destroyed.



3Ceti Alpha 5 MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ceti Alpha 5
Kirk leaves Khan and his people on the 5th planet in the Ceti Alpha star system.

4Cheron MapOuter SpacePlanets

Cheron
The Enterprise receives uninvited guests Lokai and Bele from the planet Cheron.

5Cygnet XIV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Cygnet XIV
Planet dominated by women where Enterpeise was put in for general repair and maintenance. According to Spock, they seemed to feel the ship's computer system lacked a personality, and they gave it one. Female, of course.

6Cygnia Minor MapOuter SpacePlanets

Cygnia Minor
The Enterprise visits Planet Q to investigate a possible new synthetic food source for the Cygnia Minor colony on Tarsus IV. Upon arrival however, Kirk learns that his friend Dr. Thomas Leighton's true motivation is his suspicion that Anton Karidian, the leader of a Shakespearean acting troupe currently on the planet performing Macbeth, is in fact Kodos the Executioner, former governor of the Earth colony of Tarsus IV.

7Daran V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Daran V
Planet scheduled for a collision with what at first appears to be an asteroid, what turns out to be the Yonada, a generational ship in disguise.

8Delta Vega MapOuter SpacePlanets

Delta Vega
Uninhabited planet where Kirk plans to abandon Gary Mitchell before he becomes too powerful. It is slightly smaller than Earth. Desolate, but rich in crystal and minerals.



3Deneb II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Deneb II
Planet the Enterprise Computer mentions: Working. Kesla. Name given to unidentified mass murderer of women on planet Deneb II. Beratis. Name given to unidentified mass murderer of women on planet Rigel IV. Additional data. Murders on Rigel IV occurred one solar year ago.

4Deneb IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Deneb IV
Planet Kirk mentions to Gary Mitchell while he is recovering in sickbay: I've been worried about you ever since that night on Deneb IV.

5Deneva MapOuter SpacePlanets

Deneva
The Enterprise visit a Federation colony on the planet Deneva, where Kirk's brother Sam and his family reside. Their planet is next in line in a path of mass insanity affecting several other planets, causing the collapse of their civilizations.



3Donatu V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Donatu V
Planet Spock mentions when Kirk asks about the immediate past history of the quadrant: Under dispute between the two parties since initial contact. The battle of Donatu V was fought near here twenty three solar years ago. Inconclusive.

4Earth Two MapOuter SpacePlanets

Earth Two
The Enterprise discovers an Earth-like planet that was devastated by a horrific degenerative disease and is now populated entirely by impossibly old children.

5Ekos MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ekos
The Enterprise crew find that the planet Ekos has modeled their society after Nazi Germany when they go looking for Starfleet Academy history professor John Gill.

6Elas MapOuter SpacePlanets

Elas
Inner planet of the Tellun star system.

7Elba II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Elba II
Location of an asylum for the criminally insane.

8Eminiar VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Eminiar VII
The Enterprise travels to the planet Eminiar VII in the star cluster NGC 321 to open diplomatic relations.



3Epsilon Canaris III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Epsilon Canaris III
Planet where ambassador Nancy Hedford was negotiating when she became sick with Sakuro's Disease.

4Excalbia MapOuter SpacePlanets

Excalbia
Planet where an alien pits historical figures against each other in physical combat.



3Exo-III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Exo-III
The Enterprise travels to the icy planet Exo-III to search for exobiologist Dr. Roger Korby. Korby, Nurse Chapel's fiance.



3Gamma Hydra IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gamma Hydra IV
Uninhabited fourth planet in the Gamma Hydra system of the Beta Quadrant.

4Gamma II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gamma II
Planetoid where Kirk's landing party intends to transport to when they are abducted by Galt, Master Thrall of Triskelion.



3Gamma Trianguli VI MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gamma Trianguli VI
Homeworld of the Vaalians, a pre-warp humanoid species.



3Gamma Vertis IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gamma Vertis IV
Location of a civilization of mutes that Kirk mentions.

4Gideon MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gideon
Planet in the process of joining the Federation.



3Gothos MapOuter SpacePlanets

Gothos
Rogue planet in a star desert, home of "General Trelane".



3Holberg 917G MapOuter SpacePlanets

Holberg 917G
Planet in the Omega System where the Enterprise goes looking for Ryetalyn, the only known antidote for Rigelian Fever, an epidemic aboard the ship.

4Ingraham B MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ingraham B
Planet that Spock mentions: As I speculated, Captain, the overall pattern of mass insanity destroying civilizations follows an almost straight line through this section of the galaxy. Over here the Beta Portilin system the ancient civilizations. Archaeologists have given us information indicating that they were the beginning. Two hundred years ago, Levinius Five was swept by mass insanity, then Theta Cygni XII. The last was Ingraham B, two years ago.



3Izar MapOuter SpacePlanets

Izar
Former Starfleet captain Garth's previous home.

4Janus VI MapOuter SpacePlanets

Janus VI
The Enterprise responds to a distress call at a pergium production station on Janus VI.



3Levinius V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Levinius V
Planet that Spock mentions: As I speculated, Captain, the overall pattern of mass insanity destroying civilizations follows an almost straight line through this section of the galaxy. Over here the Beta Portilin system the ancient civilizations. Archaeologists have given us information indicating that they were the beginning. Two hundred years ago, Levinius Five was swept by mass insanity, then Theta Cygni XII. The last was Ingraham B, two years ago.



3Makus III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Makus III
On route to the New Paris colonies on Makus III with a cargo of medical supplies, the Enterprise passes quasar Murasaki 312.

4Malur MapOuter SpacePlanets

Malur


5Manark IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Manark IV
Home of deadly sand bats. Spock mentions when McCoy says that the mute girl seems harmless enough: The sand-bats of Manark IV appear to be inanimate rock crystals, Doctor, until they attack.

6Marcos XII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Marcos XII
Destination of Gorgon and the children that the Enterprise picked up on Traces, whose parents all died.

7Medusan homeworld MapOuter SpacePlanets

Medusan homeworld
The Enterprise is tasked with transporting a Medusan ambassador back to his homeworld, a species that drives men mad on sight.

8Memory Alpha MapOuter SpacePlanets

Memory Alpha
Planetoid containing a massive Federation library.



3Merak II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Merak II
Planet experiencing a botanical plague.

4Midas V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Midas V
Planet Kirk recommends to Korby, home to a small colony with abundant raw materials.

5Omega IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Omega IV
Planet where the Enterprise finds the abandoned U.S.S. Exeter.



3Omicron Ceti III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Omicron Ceti III
The Enterprise visits a Federation colony on Omicron Ceti III, finding the colonists alive and well, a surprise since the planet is bathed in Berthold rays, a form of radiation which humans cannot survive for longer than a week.



3Omicron IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Omicron IV
Planet that Gary Seven mentions in response to the United States today launching a suborbital platform with multi-warhead capacity to maintain balance of power: That's the same kind of nonsense that almost destroyed planet Omicron IV.

4Ophiuchus III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Ophiuchus III
Mudd's women are intended as wives for settlers on the planet Ophiuchus III.

5Organia MapOuter SpacePlanets

Organia
With negotiations with the Klingon Empire on the verge of breaking down, Starfleet sends the Enterprise to Organia to take whatever steps are necessary to prevent the Klingons from using it as a base.



3Orion MapOuter SpacePlanets

Orion
Planet.

4Planet M-113 MapOuter SpacePlanets

Planet M-113
Planet containing the ruins of an ancient and long-dead civilization that the Enterprise crew visits to perform a mandatory medical examination of the planet's sole residents, archaeologist Robert Crater and his wife Nancy.



3Planet Q MapOuter SpacePlanets

Planet Q
The Enterprise visits Planet Q to investigate a possible new synthetic food source for the Cygnia Minor colony on Tarsus IV. Upon arrival however, Kirk learns that his friend Dr. Thomas Leighton's true motivation is his suspicion that Anton Karidian, the leader of a Shakespearean acting troupe currently on the planet performing Macbeth, is in fact Kodos the Executioner, former governor of the Earth colony of Tarsus IV.



3Platonius MapOuter SpacePlanets

Platonius
Home of the Platonians, the society that patterned themselves off the teachings of Plato.

4Pollux IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Pollux IV
Planet in the Beta Geminorum system that Enterprise scans, finding no sign of intelligent life - until a giant hand made of energy comes up and grabs them.



3Pollux V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Pollux V
Planet in the Beta Geminorum system that Enterprise scans, finding no sign of intelligent life.

4Psi 2000 MapOuter SpacePlanets

Psi 2000
The Enterprise is sent Psi 2000, an ancient world, now a frozen wasteland, to retrieve a scientific party and observe the final destruction of the planet.



3Pyris VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Pyris VII
Planet where the Enterprise crew encounters Korob and Sylvia, powerful aliens with magical powers.

4Regulus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Regulus
Captain Pike considers resigning, mentions going into business on Regulus, or on the Orion Colony.

5Regulus V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Regulus V
Planet that Spock mentions when explaining the Son Farr to Kirk: There are precedents in nature, Captain. The giant eelbirds of Regulus V, once each eleven years they must return to the caverns where they hatched. On your Earth, the salmon. They must return to that one stream where they were born, to spawn or die in trying.

6Remus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Remus
Sister planet in the same star system as Romulus, the Romulan home world.



3Rigel II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Rigel II
Bones' thoughts conjure up women from a little cabaret he visited on Rigel II.

4Rigel IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Rigel IV
Planet in the Rigel System. Investigator Hengist's home planet.

5Rigel V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Rigel V
Planet in the Rigel System.

6Rigel VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Rigel VII
Location of a recent fight that Captain Pike discusses with the ship's doctor, during which the captain's yeoman and two others were killed, and seven others injured.

7Rigel XII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Rigel XII
The Enterprise travels on reserve power to the storm-plagued planet Rigel XII to obtain new lithium crystals from the miners there.



3Romii MapOuter SpacePlanets

Romii
Planet under Romulan control in the Romulan star system.



3Romulus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Romulus
Romulan home world.



3Sarpeidon MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sarpeidon
Planet orbiting the star Beta Niobe, which is in the process of going nova.



3Scalos MapOuter SpacePlanets

Scalos
Planet from which the Enterprise receives a distress call.



3Sherman's Planet MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sherman's Planet
Planet important to the Federation.

4Sigma Draconis III MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sigma Draconis III
Class M planet in the Sigma Draconis star system, where the crew of the Enterprise goes looking for Spock's brain after it was mysteriously removed from his body.



3Sigma Draconis IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sigma Draconis IV
Class M planet in the Sigma Draconis star system, where the crew of the Enterprise goes looking for Spock's brain after it was mysteriously removed from his body.



3Sigma Draconis VI MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sigma Draconis VI
Class M planet in the Sigma Draconis star system, where the crew of the Enterprise goes looking for Spock's brain after it was mysteriously removed from his body.



3Sigma Draconis VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sigma Draconis VII
Planet in the Sigma Draconis star system, where the crew of the Enterprise goes looking for Spock's brain after it was mysteriously removed from his body.



3Sigma Iotia II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Sigma Iotia II
Beta Quadrant planet, home to the Lotian civilization mimicking their society on the criminal underworld of Prohibition-era Chicago after the Federation starship Horizon left behind a number of textbooks and technical manuals.



3Talos IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Talos IV
Of the eleven planets present in the Talos Star group, only the fourth is designated Class M with an oxygen rich atmosphere.



3Tantalus V MapOuter SpacePlanets

Tantalus V
While making a supply run to the Tantalus Penal Colony on Tantalus V, one of the inmates, former psychiatrist Dr. Simon van Gelder, manages to escape and board the Enterprise.



3Tarsus IV MapOuter SpacePlanets

Tarsus IV
The Enterprise visits Planet Q to investigate a possible new synthetic food source for the Cygnia Minor colony on Tarsus IV. Upon arrival however, Kirk learns that his friend Dr. Thomas Leighton's true motivation is his suspicion that Anton Karidian, the leader of a Shakespearean acting troupe currently on the planet performing Macbeth, is in fact Kodos the Executioner, former governor of the Earth colony of Tarsus IV.

4Tau Ceti MapOuter SpacePlanets

Tau Ceti
Planet Spock mentions while attempting to determine the real Kirk from shape-changing Garth: Fascinating. What maneuver did we use to defeat the Romulan vessel near Tau Ceti?

5Taurus II MapOuter SpacePlanets

Taurus II
The crew of the Galileo shuttlecraft get stranded on the planet Taurus II in the Murasaki 312 quasar.



3Thasus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Thasus
The Enterprise meets the science probe vessel Antares to take charge of Charlie Evans, the sole survivor of a transport ship that crashed on the planet Thasus, and transport him to his closest living relatives on Colony Alpha V.

4Theta Cygni XII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Theta Cygni XII
Planet that Spock mentions: As I speculated, Captain, the overall pattern of mass insanity destroying civilizations follows an almost straight line through this section of the galaxy. Over here the Beta Portilin system the ancient civilizations. Archaeologists have given us information indicating that they were the beginning. Two hundred years ago, Levinius Five was swept by mass insanity, then Theta Cygni XII. The last was Ingraham B, two years ago.



3Theta VII MapOuter SpacePlanets

Theta VII
Planet in bad need of highly perishable medical supplies from the USS Yorktown.

4Triacus MapOuter SpacePlanets

Triacus
Planet where the Enterprise picks up a group of children from a scientific colony whose parents all died.



3Triskelion MapOuter SpacePlanets

Triskelion
Planet where Kirk, Uhura, and Chekov find themselves in a gladiator arena, to be trained in games to entertain the Providers.



3Troyius MapOuter SpacePlanets

Troyius
Outer planet of the Tellun star system.



3Vega IX MapOuter SpacePlanets

Vega IX
Planet the computer mentions in the Mirror Universe where Kirk executed colonists: Captain James T. Kirk succeeded to command ISS Enterprise through assassination of Captain Christopher Pike. First action, suppression of Gorlan uprising through destruction of rebel home planet. Second action, execution of five thousand colonists on Vega IX.

4Vendikar MapOuter SpacePlanets

Vendikar
Third planet in the same solar system as Eminiar VII, two planets that have been at war for 500 years.

5Vulcan MapOuter SpacePlanets

Vulcan
Spock's home planet.



3Wrigley's Pleasure Planet MapOuter SpacePlanets

Wrigley's Pleasure Planet
Planet that Enterprise crewman Darnell mentions when he meets archaeologist Robert Crater's wife_Nancy on planet M-113: Excuse me, Sir, but, ma'am, if I didn't know better, I would swear you were someone I left behind on Wrigley's Pleasure Planet.

4Yko MapOuter SpacePlanets

Yko
Location of Starbase 11.

5Zeon MapOuter SpacePlanets

Zeon
Planet in the same system as Ekos, the planet that the Enterprise discovers has modeled their society after Nazi Germany when they go looking for Starfleet Academy history professor John Gill.

6Zetar MapOuter SpacePlanets

Zetar
Planet where all corporeal life was destroyed.










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