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  • Outer Space
    • The Adara Sector
        • Mentioned in various episodes. Where small time crook and One's former associate Danny Bones worked (Season 1 Episode 11).
    • Aeryn
        • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including one named Aeryn, his point of reference, his guide, and the center of his star chart. His constant. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Akkadese Maelstrom
        • A cluster of matter in the Kessel sector containing interstellar gas, carbonbergs, ice chunks, and other large debris that surrounded the planet Kessel.
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions the nebula known as the Akkadese Maelstrom that surrounds the planet Kessel and it's three moons. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Alcor Sector
        • Mentioned on GNN report: "Meanwhile, in the Alcor sector, Ferrous Corp forces launched coordinated assaults against Traugott assets." (Season 3 episode 7 Wish I Could Believe You)
    • The Amargosa Star
        • Soran developers his trilithium weapon while aboard the Amargosa Observatory space station, orbiting the Amargosa star.
    • The Antares Sector
        • Victor and his friends are headed to an uncharted world in the Antares Sector to look for their creator (Season 3 episode Built, Not Born)
    • Aquila Nebula
        • Where the crew says Wexler is floating (Season 2 episode 5 We Voted Not to Space You)
    • Archanis Sector
        • Gowron: We find the Federation's demands that we return the captured Cardassian colonies insulting and provocative. Klingon blood was spilled to conquer those worlds. They are now part of the Klingon Empire and we will never give them up. Furthermore, if the Federation still harbors any hope of peaceful coexistence with the Klingon Empire it must abandon all starbases and military installations in the Archanis Sector. Our claim to Archanis IV and the surrounding territory is ancient and indisputable. We advise the Federation to leave Archanis or prepare to face the consequences. Long live the Empire. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
    • Archeon Nebula
        • Also referred to as the Archeon Pass. Hera takes the Ghost, carrying Mon Mothma's, into a nebula to get away from Imperial fighters (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Argolis Cluster
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • Starfleet Intelligence locates a massive Dominion sensor array hidden on the peripheral of the Argolis Cluster, capable of monitoring ship movements over five sectors. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
    • Asteroid Belts Of Porathia
        • Porathia is the name of the star system where the USS Discovery arrived in the mirror universe (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Atria Sector
        • Ryo redirects ships to the Atria Sector and reinforces Ishida Empire positions along Chara 2 and 3 (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • AWR104
        • Dying star in the Milky Way galaxy that could be a likely GRB (game ray burst) candidate.
    • Badlands
        • Chakotay takes his Maquis ship into the Badlands in order to escape the Cardassian 4th Order. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Badlands
        • Region of space known for intense plasma storms and gravitational anomalies located in Sector 04-70 of the Alpha Quadrant, from various episodes.
        • Thomas Riker posing as Will Riker steals the Defiant to support the Maquis in the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Kira and Odo detect a Maquis Peregrine class courier ship attacking a Lissepian supply ship, which they follow toward the Badlands. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
        • Starfleet Intelligence suspects Maquis have established several new bases in the Badlands. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Sisko travels to the planet Marva IV in the Badlands looking for Federation traitor and Maquis leader Michael Eddington. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
        • Miles O'Brien: The Defiant's warp engines are too powerful. They ionize the nebular gasses in the Badlands.
          Jadzia Dax: It's like a Ligorian mastodon moving through the forest. You may not be able to see it, but it definitely makes the leaves rustle.
          (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Jadzia and the Defiant are order to the Badlands to escort a Federation convoy of 30,000 troops on their way to search for survivors of the destroyed Honshu. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • The Bapstein-King Comet
        • The gang hangs out on the roof of Monica's apartment building to see the Bapstein-King comet, which Joey calls the Burger King Comet. (Season 7 episode The One where They're Up All Night)
    • The Bassen Rift
        • Region of space between Romulus and the Romulan Neutral Zone containing interstellar gas that produces electromagnetic distortion, interfering with long-range communications. Location of battle between the Enterprise and Romulan Commander Donatra's Warbird Valdore against Shinzon's Warbird Scimitar.
    • Bellevue Galaxy New record added 9/27/2021
        • Harry joke. The courts remands defendant VHK-937, who believes himself to be from the future, to the Bellevue mental hospital, which Harry jokes is in the Bellevue Galaxy. (Season 7 episode Futureman)
    • Benzite System
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Berjer Nebula
        • Man on the space station in the Sacred Stillness mentions that he was on an expedition, looking for the Dimordis Tomb in the Berjer Nebula. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
        • The crew of the location of one of the mysterious signals to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 2 episode New Eden) Burnham sets coordinates for the Beta Quadrant, Terralysium, 930 years from this launch point. (Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • The Betreka Nebula
        • Relations between the Klingons and Cardassian Empires have never been anything but amicable, with the exception of the Betreka Nebula Incident, a minor skirmish that lasted 18 years. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • Borias Cluster
        • Martok's ambitious plans with only 5 birds of prey include attacking the Trelka V Starbase, then push deeper into Cardassian territory and hitting the Manora shipyards, the Jem'Hadar breeding facility on Sheva II, and the supply depots in the Borias Cluster. Sisko reminds him that it would take half the 9th fleet just to destroy Trelaka V. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Brataccas
        • Genetic engineer Kyne flees Earth for a backwater mining colony on the distant asteroid Brataccas after being framed for treason the oppressive government when he refuses to allow his research to be used to create supersoldiers.
    • The Briar Patch
        • Region of space known for containing dangerous space matter, including the remains of supernovae, false vacuum fluctuations and metaphasic radiation.
    • The Burbank Galaxy
        • Joke Truman makes in the mirror: I hereby proclaim this planet Trumania of the Burbank Galaxy.
    • Calandra Sector
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Callus Nebula
        • Home of the small planet Vendrall, where Aeryn claims Lechna - the father of her child - is from. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
    • The Cangor Quadrant
        • Source of the Distilled Root Blood, an alcoholic beverage Walton offers Nanette when she first arrives in the simulation (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • Cassiar Sector
        • Location of one of Tabor's safe houses (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Chamra Vortex
        • Croden tells Odo that he crashed on a colony of changelings in the nebula called the Chamra Vortex in his sector. (Season 1 episode Vortex)
    • The Colonies
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Corado I Transmitter Array
        • While testing the computer to figure out what's wrong with it, Dax instructs it to create a subspace link with Nehru Colony, New France Colony and Corado I Transmitter Array. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • The Core Worlds
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Deep Core
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Delta Quadrant
        • Designated section of the Milky Way galaxy, notorious for being the home of the Borg, mentioned by Q in passing. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Federation Intrepid class starship U.S.S. Voyager, commanded by Kathryn Janeway, is pulled into the Delta Quadrant by an alien entity called the Caretaker in 2371. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • The Delta Quadrant
        • Seven of Nine is known as the ex-Borg Fenris Ranger from the Delta Quadrant. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Deneb Sector
        • Sinclair's old flame Catherine Sakai has to make a survey run through the Deneb sector. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Denorios Belt
        • When the wormhole is discovered, Miles announces that the Cardassians are leaving their position, on a course for the Denorios Belt. Odo was found in the Denorios Belt. (Season 1 episode Emissary) Space location Miles mentions that early Bajorans would have encountered when exploring their solar system 800 years ago. (Season 3 episode Explorers)
        • Worf watches Miles' son Yoshi so that Jadzia can run a spectral scan of the comet that's passing through the Denorios Belt. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dewey
        • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Dorala System
        • General Martok dispatches three Klingon attack cruisers to bolster the defense perimeter around the Dorala System. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Euphrates Sector
        • The new Euphrates Treaty between the Centauri and the Narn involves claims on the Euphrates sector. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
        • Jeffrey Sinclair: When the greatest warrior and leader the Minbari ever had dies on a diplomatic tour, it's natural they'd want to honor him on his journey home.
          Michael Garibaldi: The way they're doing it - displaying his body to every Minbari from the Euphrates sector to their home planet - sounds like war drums to me.
          (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • The Expansion Region
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Eye of The Universe
        • The Skrreeans believed that the wormhole, which they call the Eye of the Universe, would llead them to Kentanna, the legendary home of the Skrreeans, a planet of sorrow, there the Skrreeans will sow seeds of joy. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • The Fermi Hub
        • Space station where Valdak stole the the Plasmorthian crystal (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • The Flax
        • Zenetan pirate trap for starships, a magna drift mesh, 75 million zachrons long, invisible till you get snagged in it. Then it's all over. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Fornax Zeta J160540
        • Star that the Space Force guys register for POTUS for his birthday on starregistry.com. Hyper giant that has tremendous luminosities. (Season 1 episode The Spy)
    • Fraz
        • Constellation. "There were, however, no Fuolornis Fire Dragons in the clouds nor could there be for, like the dinosaurs, the dodos, and the Greater Drubbered Wintwock of Stegbartle Major in the constellation Fraz, and unlike the Boeing 747 which is in plentiful supply, they are sadly extinct, and the Universe shall never know their like again."
        • Last known contact with the U.S.S. Franklin, named for Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet pilot and cosmonaut who was the first human to journey into outer space.
        • When any of the editors finally staggered in from lunch they would exclaim, "What is this feeble crap that X" - where X was the name of the field researcher in question - "has sent us from half-way across the bloody Galaxy? What's the point of having somebody spending three whole orbital periods out in the bloody Gagrakacka Mind Zones, with all that stuff going on out there, if this load of anaemic squitter is the best he can be bothered to send us. Disallow his expenses!"
    • Galactic Sector QQ7 Active J Gamma
        • Space location. God's last message to his creation is written in thirty-foot-high letters of fire on top of the Quentulus Quazgar Mountains in the land of Sevorbeupstry on the planet Preliumtarn, third out from the sun Zarss in Galactic Sector QQ7 Active J Gamma.
    • Galoo Galaxy New record added 10/14/2021
        • Bob’s new patient claims to be from the planet Lothar in the Galoo Galaxy. (Season 6 episode 9 Shallow Throat)
        • According to the Sphere data, the cure for Philippa Georgiou's condition may be on the uninhabited planet Dannus V, located just shy of the Gamma Quadrant, near the galactic rim. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Gargantua
        • A very massive, rapidly spinning black hole orbited by the planets Miller and Mann, as well as an unnamed neutron star.
    • Glintara Sector
        • Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • The Gorgon Quadrant
        • Location of Vermigurber's restaurant Vroos, "Best Frog Food in the Gorgon Quadrant." (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • The Grey Binding Fiefdoms Of Saxaquine
        • Location in space, within which lies the star Zarss, around which orbits the planet Preliumtarn, home to the land of Sevorbeupstry, location of God's Final Message to His Creation.
    • Grid Epsilon
        • Catherine Sakai came across another likely candidate for her employer while completing a planetary survey in grid Epsilon with high levels of platinum and derinium. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Hamil
        • A distant star going nova over the course of 2 weeks (well, it actually already went nova 30 years ago, but now the light has reached Earth)
    • Hellespont Nebula
        • Closet Starfleet starship to the Defiant in sector is the Ulysses, studying protoplanetary masses in the Hellespont Nebula. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
    • Horvarian Cluster
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Huey
        • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • The IBM Stellar Sphere
        • When deep space exploitation ramps up, it will probably be the mega tonic corporations that discover all the new planets and map them.
        • When deep space exploration ramps up it will be the corporations that name everything...
    • The Ilanic Sector
        • Home of the Luxans' genetic cousins, the Ilanics. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • The Inner Rim
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • Jenkata Nebula
        • Kira takes the runabout to the Jenkata Nebula so that it won't be detected by the Jem'Hadar so that Bashir and Jadzia can try to help the people plagued by the Quickening. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Kalandra Sector
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
        • The Defiant waits for Martok in the Kalandra sector with several Federation starships. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Kellek Nebula
        • Nebula mentioned during Grayza and Ahkna's treaty negotiations… in return for dominion over the Luxan territories, the Scarrans will relinquish all claims to the disputed sectors of the uncharted territories - everywhere beyond the Kellek Nebula. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • Kepla Sector
        • The U.S.S. Valiant was caught behind enemy lines near the Kepla sector when war broke out. They were trying to make their way back to Federation held space when they encountered a Cardassian battle cruiser near El Gatark. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Klatu Nebula
        • The Thermians and the Sarris Dominion are originally from the Klatu Nebula. Of the 5 million years following the Great Nebula Burst, their people were one people, but then came the Zactor Migration, and then the Melosian Shift.
    • Lakkar B
        • Distant star system, home of a race of humanoids known as Envals. (Season 2 episode Blood of Patriots)
    • Lankar Nebula
        • Location of Ishida research institute in a memory of Ryo's that Five accesses, and where she thinks he took the Blink Drive (Season 3 episode 2 It Doesn't Have to Be Like This)
    • Lantar Nebula
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Lembatta Cluster
        • Jadzia reports that the Klingons have destroyed the Farragut near the Lembatta Cluster. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • The Limitless Lightfields Of Flanux
        • Location in space, behind which lies the Grey Binding Fiefdoms of Saxaquine, within which lies the star Zarss, around which orbits the planet Preliumtarn, home to the land of Sevorbeupstry, location of God's Final Message to His Creation.
    • Louie
        • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Mavin IV
        • One fragment of the Great Tree is offered as a gift to Bey and her husband, Kes Dameron, who plant it on Yavin IV after retiring from the New Republic military to raise their young son, Poe.
    • The Microsoft Galaxy
        • When deep space exploration ramps up it will be the corporations that name everything...
    • Mid Rim
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
    • The Midland Quasar
        • Location of the Robolution, the war where robots are fighting lizards - after Rick's visit, there's a complete upset, with the robots overturning the lizards. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Miller's Comet
        • Comet that passes over, shattering reality into multiple worlds during a dinner party. Em read up on it beforehand - apparently when it passed over Finland in 1923, there were various stories about residents not knowing who they were, and not being able to find their homes. One woman even claimed that the man in her home was not her husband, which she knew because she had killed her husband the day before.
    • Murrayland
        • The name of the star Murray buys for himself. Planet Murray was already taken, that's why Murray went with Murrayland for his star.
    • Nakana Asteroid Field
        • Location of a mining colony where Ryo sends a cruiser to find ringleader of his assassination attempt. (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Nausalia
        • Star system mentioned in the data Ford had collected on Earth for the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy."Amphibious life forms from any of the worlds in the Swulling, Noxios or Nausalia systems will particularly enjoy the East River, which is said to be richer in those lovely life-giving nutrients then the finest and most virulent laboratory slime yet achieved."
    • Nemesis
        • Neutron star. "Nemesis is neutron star that's been theorized to be in binary orbit with our sun. It crosses earth's orbit every 65 million years, causing an extinction-level event." (Season 3 What Goes Around, Comes Around)
    • Neutral Zone
        • After the Cerritos ventures across the Neutral Zone into the Romulan Star Empire to retrieve some sort of package, Imperium Magistrate Clar of K'Tuevon Prime demands information from Boimler and his friends. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
        • The Enterprise tracks the source of a positronic signal to the planet Kolarus III in the Kolarin star system, located near the Romulan Neutral Zone.
        • Starfleet telemetry detects an anomaly in the neutral zone, what appeared to be a lightning storm in space. Soon after, Starfleet receives a distress signal from the Vulcan high command that their planet was experiencing seismic activity.
    • The Nexus Of Sominus
        • It is a region of demons that lies beyond the planets to which the dark overlords were exiled eons ago. It is not a suburb of Cleveland.
    • Obatta Cluster
        • While in order over the Quickening planet, Kira spots Jem'Hadar ships leaving the Kendi System and heading for the Obatta Cluster. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
    • Omarian Nebula
        • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • Onderon Sector
        • Tarkin sends the Bad Batch after insurgents in the Onderon Sector, what turns out to be civilians, including Saw Gerrera. Saw makes his case for the Bad Batch to join them, reminding them that clones once helped free Onderon. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • Oseon Belt
        • Astroid belt that Lando mentions: "Oh, I've won a lot of things. I once won a subtropical moon in the Oseon Belt... Turned out to be a real money pit."
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro reviews the regions of the galaxy, including the Outer Rim, Mid Rim, the Expansion Region, the Inner Rim, the Colonies, the Core Worlds, and the Deep Core. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege)
        • Narrator: After the Jedi Knights thwarted an attempt to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine, the evil droid General Grievous retreated to the Outer Rim. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • Outer Rim Territories
        • Arthur Dallas purchases civilian cargo vessel Tremolino, using it to freelance cargo and transport ops for Weyland-Yutani throughout the Outer Rim Territories from July 21, 2114 to December 3, 2118. (Nostromo Crew Profile for A.J. Dallas, The Alien Legacy DVD)
    • Pantagruel
        • A main sequence star located within a year's flight of the black hole Gargantua, along with the habitable planet Edmunds.
    • The Philip Morris Galaxy
        • When deep space exploitation ramps up, it will probably be the mega tonic corporations that discover all the new planets and map them.
    • Pleiades Zeta
        • Star. "He gazed out into the inky night. The star the size of a brilliant biscuit crumb he could see in the distance was Zondostina, or as it was known on the world from which the rather stilted, sing-song voice was being received, Pleiades Zeta."
    • Pollux
        • Star near the Raza when the Blink Drive sends them back in time 600 years (Season 3 episode Isn't that a Paradox?)
    • Purgatory
        • The sliders find themselves on an asteroid named Purgatory, fending off a Kromagg attack. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
    • Qiris Sector
        • Sector in the Beta Quadrant, location of the planet Vashti, site of a Romulan relocation hub. Fenris Rangers territory. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Quadrant 37
        • The Centauri and Narns quarrel about a Narn outpost in Quadrant 37, adjacent to Centauri space. (Season 1 episode Chrysalis)
    • Qualactin Zones
        • Location mentioned in the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe. "Over the back of a silver spoon float a measure of Qualactin Hypermint extract, redolent of all the heady odours of the dark Qualactin Zones, subtle sweet and mystic."
    • Ring Of Kafrene
        • Mining colony and deep-space trading post in the Kafrene asteroid belt where Cassian Andor meets with a source and learns about the defecting Imperial pilot.
    • Rolor Nebula
        • Suspecting that Kasidy may be smuggling for the Maquis, Sisko asks her what route she takes to the Dreon System; he imagines she goes around the Rolor Nebula. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • The Rose Nebula
        • The Dorgenark is attacked by beasts while passing the Rose Nebula and crashes on Juraika.
    • The Sacred Stillness
        • Location of space station that the Moya crew visits, home of the Kampeks, a group of religious zealots that believe the area is where the great gods were born. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • The Sea Of Lost Spaceships
        • Legendary astral junkyard full of dead spaceships and old satellites inside a gigantic force field, caused by a super power station built by Venusian Public Works to clear the space ways of derelicts, burned-out satellites and other dangerous space hazards and overseen by the artificial intelligence known as N.E.P.T.U.N.E., the Navy Engineers Power Tower Nuclear Energy. (Season 1 episode Sword in a Hole)
    • The Sea Of Stars
        • Space liner Vertus sends out a distress call from the Sea of Stars, six light years past Orion. (Season 1 episode Sword in a Hole)
    • Sector 001
        • Designation for the region of space where the planets Earth and Vulcan are located. During the Wolf 359 battle sequence, Borg Picard mentions going there. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
        • Dave's space pod is located in Sector 12, apparently a very safe place to live in space (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Sector 47
        • As Kirk rides into the Federation shipyard on his motorcycle, there's a sign that reads, "SFC Division, United Federation of Planets, Sector 47."
    • Sector 507
        • Odo suspects there's a new ketracel-white storage facility somewhere in Sector 507. Weyoun confirms that it exists, and that it's in the Pelosa System. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Sector 9
        • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Sector G-109 Mark II
        • Location of the time court that sentences Rick and Morty to prison in The Clackspire Labyrinth in Issue #2.
    • Sector ZZ9.Plurl.ZA
        • From Trinity Moons data screen - reference to The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy (Earth's designated sector)
    • Sereeda Waypoint
        • Hyperspace waypoint where the crew of the Ghost stops to recalculate navigation coordinates on their way to the Yarma system. (Season 3 episode Steps Into Shadow)
    • Serial number AN3128.14
        • Asteroid with multiple nodes of high density, along with pronounced magnetic reactivity (That means ferrous materials)
    • The Seventh Galaxy Of Light And Ingenuity
        • Galaxy that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "Are you not a greater analyst than the Googleplex Star Thinker in the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity which can calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle throughout a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard?"
    • Siren Star
        • Star that submits pulse radiation which attracts Leviathans. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Si'Klaata
        • Star cluster that L3-37 mentions when explaining to Han that you can't plot a direct course to Kessel: You have to thread through the Si'Klaata cluster and then pass through the Maelstrom.
    • Spleef Nebula
        • Episode Raging Bender. At the beginning of the show Hermes returns from his vacation to the Spleef Nebula, during which he visited the Brain Slug Planet. With a brain slug attached to the back of his head he's pretty much a vegetable.
    • Star J-2837
        • The Orville finds an adrift generational ship near Star J-2837. (Season 1 episode If the Stars Should Appear)
    • StarCave Nebula
        • Location Lando mentions: Very few people have actually seen the StarCave Nebula. It's breathtaking. Not unlike your eyes. How much do you know about intertwined celestial bodies? Because I happen to be something of an authority.
    • Tallaren Sector
        • Mentioned in the Android's cover story (Season 2 Episode 3 I've Seen the Other Side of You)
    • Talos Star Group
        • The Enterprise detects a old style distress signal coming from the Talos Star group.
    • Tannhäuser Gate
        • Roy Batty: I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.
    • Teleris Cluster
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Terikof Belt
        • Tom Paris guesses that the Maquis ship was trying to get to one of the M-class planetoids in the Terikof Belt, beyond the Moriya System. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
    • This Sucks Camel Dicks
        • Brennan Huff: This house is a fucking prison.
          Dale Doback: On Planet Bullshit.
          Brennan Huff: in the galaxy of This Sucks Camel Dicks.
    • Tibor Nebula
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Tigris Sector
        • When Captain Sinclair disappears, Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova mentions notifying their base in the Tigris Sector to tracks ships leaving Babylon 5. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
    • Tong Beak Nebula
        • While searching for the missing Klingon battle cruiser B'Moth, Martok orders the crew of the Rotarran to go around the Tong Beak Nebula in order to avoid a fight with the Jem'Hadar. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Tormented Space
        • Region of space that Pilot mentions. (Season 4 episode I Shrink Therefore I Am)
    • Torzen Sector
        • Location of a Ferrous Corporation facility building interstellar ships (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Tothian Minefield
        • The Thermians explain that the Tothian Minefield was left standing from the Great War of 12185.
    • The Twenty-Seventh Asteroidal Grouping
        • Location of space stations working on the Hyperatomic Drive project (Story: Little Lost Robot)
    • Tychen's Rift
        • Spatial phenomenon that can only be escaped from through the force of a tremendous explosion, originally from the Star Trek Next Generation episode Night Terrors. (Season 4 episode Night Terrors)
        • Spatial phenomenon that can only be escaped from through the force of a tremendous explosion, originally from the Star Trek Next Generation episode Night Terrors. According to Kestra, Captain Crandall has been everywhere from Kronos to Tychen's Rift. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • The Uncharted Territories
        • After escaping from the Peacekeepers, Moya heads for the Uncharted Territories, where Peacekeepers have no jurisdiction. (Premiere episode)
    • Unknown Regions
        • Surviving Imperial forces lead by Admiral Rae Sloane continue to engage the New Republic in various holdouts on Jakku, before retreating into the Unknown Regions on the deathbed orders of Gallius Rax. She helps to slowly but surely rebuild the Empire in secret, an entity that eventually renames itself the First Order.
    • The Vayt Sector
        • Using the descriptions of what Soji sees in her dreams, Kestra asks Captain Crandall to locate Soji's planet - it's in the Vayt sector of the Ghulion system, and it has no name, just a number. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • The Verubin Nebula
        • Where the Burn started, which Stamets determines by combining the data from Ni'Var with the data from Commander Burnham's black boxes. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary) The Federation decodes a 100 year old distress signal emanating from a Kelpien named Dr. Issa aboard the K.S.F. Khi'eth, stranded while investigating a dilithium nursery in the Verubin Nebula, suspected origin of The Burn. Dr. Issa claims to have been contacted six months earlier by Captain Robert Weems of the Federation ship U.S.S. Hiraga Gennai, informing them that they were on their way to rescue them, but never arrived. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • The XYZZY Cluster
        • A group of several hundred rarely visited worlds containing recreations of classic text adventure games.
    • Yeoman 2956
        • Asteroid heading for the planet Earth, 10 miles in diameter. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Ysllodins
        • Star that goes supernova. Narrator: "Another spectacular media event of that time was the supernova which the star Ysllodins underwent a few hours later. Ysllodins is the star around which 69 most of the Galaxy's major insurance underwriters live, or rather lived."
    • Zarss
        • Star. God's last message to his creation is written in thirty-foot-high letters of fire on top of the Quentulus Quazgar Mountains in the land of Sevorbeupstry on the planet Preliumtarn, third out from the sun Zarss in Galactic Sector QQ7 Active J Gamma.

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