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    • 2R-F181
        • Living planet looking for love via the Planets Only dating service. "If you're looking for a real planet who will value your mind and not just your body, your cosmic queen awaits! No Fatties. No Shorties. Athletes only!" (Season 4 episode Childrick of Mort)
    • The 7th World
        • Mysterious water planet of legend. Spoiler alert - it's Earth, except that that crazy last scene twist was actually spoiled in the fucking trailer!!!
    • Aargonar
        • Location of the base where Senator Amidala's mentor Miina Bonteri's husband was setting up a base when clones attacked, killing him. (Season 3 episode Heroes on Both Sides)
    • Abba IV New record added 5/28/2021
        • Delenn introduces Mila Shar, head of the agricultural delegation from Abba IV, to Commander Sinclair. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Acquara
        • When Crichton fails to release the pressure on Moya's amnexus systems, Moya is forced to starburst away, abandoning Crichton, where he builds new life on the planet Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Adarak Prime
        • The Dominion weapons depot on Adarak Prime is protected by only a single garrison and there's a weakness in their perimeter defenses. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
    • Adelphi
        • New Republic X-Wing pilots Carson and Wolf advise Mando that if they can't confirm he's not Imperial, he's going to have to follow them to the outpost at Adelphi. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger)
    • Adigeon Prime
        • Planet where Julian's parents took him just before Julian's seventh birthday, where he was genetically re-engineered. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
    • Aduba-3
        • Issue #8 - Han Solo and Chewbacca partner with Jaxxon, Hedji, Amaiza, Don-Wan Kihotay, the Starkiller Kid, and FE-9Q to defend a village on Aduba-3 from the outlaw Serji-X Arragantus and his band of Cloud Riders.
    • Aeos
        • Captain Doza and the crew of the Colossus arrive at this beautiful planet, hoping to make it their new home, but run into trouble with the locals. (Season 2 episode The New World)
    • Aeries
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, home of Robber and his family, as well as some other prisoners on Proteus.
    • Aerilon
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Delta.
    • Aia
        • Planet known as The Grief World, located in an octonary star system, where the foremothers came, looking for an answer to the Riddle of the Eightfold stars. What they found was an artifact known as The Admonition, left there by an advanced civilization as a warning about the dangers of artificial lifeforms. As a result, the Zhat Vash were born, dedicated to preventing the second coming of what they called the Destroyers. (Season 1 episode Broken Pieces)
    • Ajilon Prime
        • Location of a Federation colony under attack by the Klingons. After receiving a distress call, Bashir and Jake detour to provide assistance. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Aldebran III
        • Quark tells Sisko that the Nagus' nephew Belongo is currently being held by Starfleet authorities on Aldebran III. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)
        • Mentioned only in secret code phrase when Sabine, Ezra and Chopper are meeting rebel contact. "It's a long way to Alderaan". (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters) Peaceful planet offering help to the Rebellion in Season 2 episode A Princes on Lothal.
        • Bail Organa returns home to Alderaan to inform his people that there will be no peace - and to send for his Jedi friend that served him well during the Clone Wars and has lived in hiding since the Emperor's purge.
        • Moff Gideon mentions Cara Dune's homeworld. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption) Cara Dune tells New Republic X-Wing pilot Carson Teva that she lost everyone when Alderaan was destroyed. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Aleen
        • Planet suffering from catastrophic earthquakes where the Republic provides humanitarian relief to the inhabitants - and R2-D2 and C-3PO get trapped beneath the surface. (Season 4 episode Mercy Mission)
    • Altair
        • 11,000 years ago, the inhabitants of the planet Altair (P3X-989) were forced underground by deadly radiation, and eventually transferred their minds into exact android duplicates to survive. (Episode Tin Man)
        • Mankind living on the planet Vega is threatened by a new enemy from the planet Altair, whose female population was wiped out by a mysterious disease.
    • Altair III
        • Planet. Captain Robert DeSoto of the U.S.S. Hood was once ordered not to beam down to the surface of the planet Altair III with an away team because the excursion was considered too dangerous, and inappropriate for a commanding officer. (Season 1 episode Encounter at Farpoint)
        • Doctor Who and his companions follow the trail of the a group of kidnappers of an American Envoy to a peace conference on Earth made up of Daleks and Cybermen first to Altair III, then the Bar Galactica.
    • Altair IV
        • Planet. United Planets cruiser C57-D is sent to the planet Altair IV to discover the fate of a colony expedition lost there 20 years before.
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Planet mentioned during the Kobayashi Maru simulation: "Imperative! This is the Kobayashi Maru, ...nineteen periods out of Altair Six. We have struck a gravitic mine and have lost all power... Our hull is penetrated and we have sustained many casualties."
    • Altair VII
        • After cross referencing the surfer's radiation through every astronomical database, Reed identifies three planets that are now lifeless and barren, including Altair VII (nod to Forbidden Planet), Rigel III (nod to Star Trek) and Vega VI.
    • Altamid
        • Class M planet where Kirk and crew travel through an unstable nebula to rescue a stranded ship. It's a trap.
    • Alvin
        • ALF tells Brian there are two more planets in our solar system - Dave and Alvin (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Amleth Prime
        • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests a station on Amleth Prime. Kira doesn't think so, because the Amleth System is located inside an emission nebula. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Anaxes
        • Planet where Separatists capture the main production facility for the Republic's battle fleet, using information extracted from captured clone trooper Echo. (Season 7 episode The Bad Batch)
    • Andor
        • Federation planet.
        • 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)
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • While en route to rescue Lisa, the captain of the Federation starship Olympia, Lisa tells Sisko about the civilian man she dated that she met on Andor. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Andoria
        • The Federation Medical Council nominates Bashir for this year's Carrington Award, along with Dr. April Ward of the University of Nairobi, Healer Senva of the Vulcan Medical Institute, Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV and Chirurgeon Ghee P'Trell of Andoria. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
        • Ezri's mother had tiles brought in from Andoria for the solarium. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • Andros III
        • Dr. Elias Giger tells Jake and Nog that Dr. Bathkin of Andros III was the first to come up with the answer to solving the puzzle of death: keep the cells energized. Keep them in the game by teaching them new mitochondrial tricks. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Antarea
        • Peaceful aliens from the planet Antarea set up an outpost on Earth on Atlantis about 10,000 years ago. Aliens left behind when Atlantis sank were kept alive in large rock-like cocoons at the bottom of the ocean.
    • Antares II
        • Planet the talking flower known as a Katrudian that Cassius sends to Kelly mentions. "Yeah, Cassius and I go way back. My kids were in his biohistory class on Antares II." (Season 2 episode Deflectors)
    • Antares Minor
        • While being held prisoner by Klingons, Harry Mudd quipped that he was instead at a resort "off Antares Minor" (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Aquaria
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Delta. Also referred to as Aquarion.
    • Arboreus Prime
        • Dr. Finn, her kids and Isaac are on their way to a leisure planet when they encounter a spatial anomaly and get thrown into uncharted space. (Season 1 episode Into the Fold)
    • Archaide
        • Planet in the OASIS, tribute to video games of all kinds, includes a virtual simulation of the GSS Museum and Happy Time Pizza, a pizzeria from Halliday's hometown.
    • Archanis IV
        • 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)
    • Ardani
        • Fictional planet that Thaddeus Troi-Riker invented to be his homeworld, since he grew up aboard starships. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Argabuthon
        • After picking up a computer driven distress call, the Heart of Gold crew encounters a Merida class spacecraft, the pilot of which is a journalist with the Siderial Daily Mentioner covering a trial on the planet Argabuthon.
    • Argeth
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Argeth is on yellow alert - the Emerald Chain might be making another movie in the next 12 hours - and Discovery will be the ship to provide assistance. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Argus X
        • Planet rich in tritanium, home of deadly vampire cloud creatures. (Episode Obsession)
        • Planet originally from Star Trek: The Original Series episode Obsession that Captain Kirk (John Belushi) mentions in his hunch speech: "I have a hunch, Mr. Spock, that we are about to face a menace more terrifying than the flying parasites of Ingraham B, more insidious than the sand bats of Manark IV, more bloodthirsty than the vampire clouds of Argus X." The menace turns out to be an NBC network executive coming to tell them that the show has been canceled (Skit: Star Trek: The Last Voyage, Season 1 episode hosted by Elliott Gould)
    • Ariel
        • A central planet, location of St. Lucy's, an Alliance hospital (Episode Ariel)
    • Arkintoofle Minor
        • Planet. The Hingefreel people of Arkintoofle Minor did try to build spaceships that were powered by bad news but they didn't work particularly well and were so extremely unwelcome whenever they arrived anywhere that there wasn't really any point in being there.
    • Arnessk
        • Unnamed enemies of peace unleash a weapon called the Darnaz Triangle on the Eidelon people that lived on the planet Arnessk. (Season 4 episode What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice)
    • Arrakis Sadr
        • One of the Procyon Insurrection's bases of operations probably named after the planet Arrakis in Dune.
    • Artemis-9
        • Where Tabor won ring in poker game that he gave to Adrian (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • Arturas 4
        • PA Announcement: Alliance transport Southern Passage in in its final boarding stages for departure to Arturas 4 at boarding area 1-Alpha. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Asgard
        • Primary planet in the 82 Eridani system, named by Mac, Isaac, Jack and Owen as part of their Norse theme.
        • Loki watches his mother's death on Asgard. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
        • Loki: I am Loki of Asgard, and I am burdened with Glorious Purpose. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
    • Ashas Ree
        • Abandoned trading outpost the gang investigates that turns out to be sitting on top of an old Sith temple. (Season 2 episode The Relic Raiders)
    • Atbar Prime
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Athos IV
        • A grim little fogbound piece of rock in the middle of nowhere - the planet that Eddington convinces Sisko is the home of the missile launching site, but it turns out there are no missiles, only what's left of the Maquis - and Eddington's wife. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Avenel VII
        • According to Gowron, Martok's attack on Avenel VII was a disgrace. He had the advantage of surprise and it should have been an easy victory. Instead it was a shameful defeat. Sisko and Worf believe Gawron set Martok up for defeat. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Axrenox
        • Cyber punk themed world in Sector Twenty-Two containing a Tyrell Building from Blade Runner where Wade goes looking for the third Gate.
    • Bajor
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • Bakura
        • Planet that Venisa mentions to her droid when being sucked into a a First Order ship by tractor beam: "So how do we play this? Like we did on Bakura? Or like that time on Lehon?" Originally from the 1993 novel, The Truce of Bakura. (Season 2 episode Rendezvous Point)
    • Balancar
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Balos New record added 6/7/2021
        • Captain Jeffrey Sinclair's father flew for Earthforce during the Dilgar Invasion, He was there when they re-took Balos. He never forgot what he saw. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Balosnee VI
        • After passing on his Nagus status to Quark, Zek mentions choosing between Risa and Balosnee VI for his first vacation in 85 years. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
    • Bartledan
        • Planet where Arthur moves that has oxygen, green hills, a renowned literary culture, and people that look like Arthur.
    • Batu
        • ALF thinks the football in Santa's truck is a toy spaceship from the planet Batu (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • Bayora
        • Captured by First Order forces, former New Republic soldier Del Meeko is tortured at Kylo Ren's hands, and reveals that the explorer Lor San Tekka took a fragment of a map leading to Luke Skywalker's location to the planet Bayora.
    • Beachworld
        • Planet full of dunes but no water where FedShip ASN/29 falls out of the sky and crashes. (story Beachworld)
    • Beaumonde
        • A fairly wealthy planet orbiting the star Kalidasa where the Serenity crew goes after their heist on Lilac. Roughly translated from French as "beautiful world".
    • Bellerophon
        • Housing development where Haymer lives, one of Saffron's former husbands and the owner of The Lassiter artifact (episode Trash)
    • Benthos IV
        • Book mentions that Osyraa used the same strategy - stealing a ship and pretending to be chased by herself - to get through the defensive forces of Benthos IV and destroy the presidential palace. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • Benzar
        • 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)
        • Planet mentioned by Captain Lorca: "In less than three weeks, the Discovery has prevented the destruction of the dilithium mines at Corvan 2, broken the Klingon supply line at Benzar and routed an attack through the Ophiucus system." (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Berengaria
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Beta 12
        • When Garibaldi reminds Londo that the Centauri haven't been completely honest with humans, Londo claims that when they first met, they thought Earth was Beta 9, when it was actually Beta 12. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Beta 9
        • When Garibaldi reminds Londo that the Centauri haven't been completely honest with humans, Londo claims that when they first met, they thought Earth was Beta 9, when it was actually Beta 12. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Beta Antares
        • Planet Raffi mentions to Picard during the Mars attack flashback - Picard proposed using mothballed ships from Beta Antares and Eridani A to carry out the Romulan rescue, which Starfleet rejected. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
    • Beta III
        • The Cerritos is in orbit around Beta III, where back in the day the residents worshipped a violent god called Landru, who suppressed their creativity and made them kill each other until Kirk figured out it was actually a computer... but at some point the knuckleheads went back to worshipping Landru. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Betazed
        • Betazoid home planet, from various episodes.
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
        • At the end of the episode, Lwaxana leaves the station on a transport headed for her home planet of Betazed. (Season 4 episode The Muse)
        • 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)
        • While en route to rescue Lisa, the captain of the Federation starship Olympia, Sisko tells Lisa about the Dominion war, and the recent attacks on Betazed. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Betelgeuse Seven
        • Planet. Location of the Great Collapsing Hrung Disaster, which left one man, Ford Prefect's father, alive.
    • Betelgeuse XI
        • Lester tells Jill that his report on Betelgeuse iXI is due in ten days.
    • Bethselamin
        • Planet mentioned in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. "After a while the style settles down a bit and it begins to tell you things you really need to know, like the fact that the fabulously beautiful planet Bethselamin is now so worried about the cumulative erosion by ten billion visiting tourists a year that any net imbalance between the amount you eat and the amount you excrete while on the planet is surgically removed from your body weight when you leave: so every time you go to the lavatory there it is vitally important to get a receipt."
    • Beylix
        • Mal's old friend Monty got pinched on the planet Beylix (episode Trash)
    • Big Pluto
        • Planet visible on the row above the that Earth is on when it is revealed that the sky is actually a screen. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Biggun
        • Planet visible on the row above the that Earth is on when it is revealed that the sky is actually a screen. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Blagulon Kappa
        • Where the police are from that arrive on Magrathea. "A quick examination revealed him to be from Blagulon Kappa - he was a methane-breathing life form, dependent on his space suit for survival in the thin oxygen atmosphere of Magrathea."
    • Blargon 7
        • Planet where Joey's character in the science fiction play Boxing Day leaves to search for alternative fuels. (Season 3 episode The One With the Screamer)
    • Blisstonia
        • Future home of the Movementarians: "A new and better life awaits you on our distant home planet, Blisstonia." Well known for it's high levels of bliss. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • Blue Horizon
        • Planet terraformed by famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik, who visits the station working on a new project - reigniting the dead star Epsilon 119. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Blue Plunder
        • Planet a thousand years away that's fueled by a common rock found by the billions under the sea, salvaged by a cold-hearted brute called Scrape. (Season 1 episode Dr. Dometone)
    • Bole
        • Sisko reminisces with Verad Dax, how they first met at Pelios Station, the trip they took to the Cliffs of Bole, and about the eight helpings of Andorian Redbat that Science officer Kustanovich at e while they were serving aboard the Livingston. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Boranis III
        • Planet that Bashir mentions that was experiencing a plague, where it took them one hour to identify the pathogen, and three days to inoculate the population. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Romulan Tal Shia member Koval asks Julian about the possibility of unleashing the Quickening disease that Julian encounter on Boranis III on another population. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • The Klingons settle into orbit around the planet Boreth. (Season 2 episode Point of Light) Captain Pike visits Klingon monks guarding time crystals (Season 2 episode Through the Valley of Shadows).
    • Brain Slug Planet
        • 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.
    • Brandenplot
        • Planet that Heistotron drops a giant hidden camera on and kills 57,000 people. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Brax
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Breen
        • Gul Dukat describes Gul Marratt as very dashing rising star, a graduate of the Cardassian Military Academy, smooth talking junior member of the Detapa Council and a ladies man - that he would like to demote to the Cardassian embassy on Breen. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Budweiser World
        • When deep space exploitation ramps up, it will probably be the mega tonic corporations that discover all the new planets and map them.
    • Bungaraya
        • ALF asks the sick girl in the hospital room if she's from the planet Bungaraya (Season 2 episode ALF's Christmas Special)
    • Burnin Konn
        • Location of an Imperial attack led by Valin Hess called Operation Cinder that not only devastated the planet's residents, but the majority of Imperial sharpshooter Migs Mayfeld's Patton as well. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Calamari
        • Planet, joke Crichton makes to the Tarkan Freedom Fighters. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Caleb IV
        • Mocking Kor, Martok says he wants a bigger target, proposes the base on Caleb IV. Asks Kor who's there - the Dominion, the Cardassians, the Federation? (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • Callisto
        • Lester Herrick works out new poisons for the military. He invented the copper sulfate skin-lime they used against Callisto.
    • Calyx
        • Planet that Dr. Benayoun mentions to Picard, apparently the location of one of their old secret missions on the Stargazer. (Season 1 episode Maps and Legends)
    • Canceron
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Delta.
    • Caprica
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, the world that led the technological renaissance, rediscovering space flight along the way.
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Alpha.
    • Cardassia
        • Following the end of the Cardassian occupation of the planet Bajor, the new Bajoran provisional government invites the United Federation of Planets to partner in administering the abandoned Cardassian space station in orbit around Bajor, formerly known as Terok Nor, as a first step toward Bajor eventually joining the Federation. Moving forward, the space station is known as Deep Space Nine and managed by a primarily Starfleet crew. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
        • Martok detects a Maquis signal indicating there are missiles heading toward Cardassia, potentially cloaked with Klingon cloaking devices. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
        • Gul Dukat compares Ziyal's art to Nanpart Malor, the founder of the Valonnan School on Cardassia. Ziyal informs him that the director of the Cardassian Institute of Art said the same thing. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • Sisko plans the invasion of Cardassia. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • The invasion of Cardassia has ground to a halt. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • When seeking refuge at Garak's childhood home on Cardassia after being double-crossed, Garak mentions to Damar and Kira that his father Enabran Tain was the leader of the Obsidian Order. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Cardassia Prime
        • Cardassian home planet, from various episodes.
        • Odo tells Bashir that Quark has sent several messages to Cardassia Prime. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • Miles is arrested and taken to Central Prison on Cardassia Prime. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
        • On their way to rescue Kira from Cardassia Prime, disguised as the Kobheerian Freighter Rak-Minunis carrying a shipment of Kobheerian toranium intended for military use, Sisko and Garak encounter Gul Benil of the Eighth Order. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
        • Sisko travels to Cardassia Prime with Gul Dukat to help track down and disable the Defiant after it is stolen by Thomas Riker. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Bashir mentions Miles' trial on Cardassia Prime to Keiko, an example of something Miles recovered from, to show that he'll recover from his Argrathi imprisonment as well. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • Sisko proposes that Garak help him steal secret war plans from the Obsidian Order on Cardassia Prime in order to bring the Cardassian Empire into the Dominion War. Garak proposes an alternate solution. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Sisko plans the invasion of Cardassia. (Season 6 episode Tears of the Prophets)
        • Weyoun informs the Founder that Damar is rumored to be alive in the capital on Cardassia Prime. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Casperia Prime
        • Sunny vacation planet.
        • 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)
        • Bashir's plans to present a paper at a medical conference on Casperia Prime are canceled by Luthor Sloan Section 31 investigation. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Cassiar 4
        • Planet in the Cassiar Sector, location of one of Tabor's safe houses (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Cato Neimodia
        • Planet where Anakin and Ahsoka are leading the battle against Separatists, unless Yoda calls them back to the Jedi Temple to investigate a bombing. (Season 5 episode Sabotage)
    • Centauri 3
        • Planet mentioned by the future where people from a dying future civilization as possible location to rebuild a healthy civilization.
    • Centauri Prime
        • Centauri home world.
        • Aria Tensus and Air Cotto's cousin Kiron Maray arrive from Centauri Prime and are taken into custody immediately by Earthforce Security. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
        • Kasidy's baseball-playing brother is a colonist on Cestus III. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
        • Sisko mentions James T. Kirk fighting the Gorn on Cestus III. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Cestus Three
        • Planet Captain Pike mentions to Leland. "Last time I heard about you, you were up to your ass in alligators on Cestus Three." (Season 2 episode Saints of Imperfection)
    • Chandrila
        • Mon Mothma's home planet, mentioned in Imperial news report: "Imperial Senator Mon Mothma of Chandrila has shocked the Senate with her treasonous remarks against emperor Palpatine." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
        • Peace talks between the Empire and the New Republic on Chandrila disintegrate when former Imperial prisoners, unknowing sleeper agents controlled by secret implants, open fire on Imperial and New Republic ambassadors, killing and wounding several.
    • Chara 2
        • 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)
    • Chara 3
        • 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)
    • Chara III
        • Planet, site of battle where a human was captured and the head is repeatedly stabbed during a religious ceremony. (Season 1 episode Krill)
        • Separatist forces mercilessly batter the beautiful and elegant world of Christophsis. Unable to defend themselves any longer, the people of Christophsis call on the Jedi for assistance. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Enemy)
    • Ciceronicus 12
        • Planet that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "But are you not a more fiendish disputant than the Great Hyperlobic Omni-Cognate Neutron Wrangler of Ciceronicus 12, the Magic and Indefatigable?"
    • Circarpous
        • Luke Skywalker expected trouble when he volunteered to follow Princess Leia on her mission to Circarpous to enlist their Rebel underground in the battle against the Empire.
    • Cloudworlds Of Yaga
        • Planet. Narrator: "Two months later, Zipo Bibrok 5 / 108 had cut the bottoms off his Galactic State jeans, and was spending part of the enormous fee his judgments commanded lying on a jewelled beach having Essence of Qualactin rubbed into his back by the same rather nice member of the jury. She was a Soolfinian girl from beyond the Cloudworlds of Yaga."
        • Howard the Duck and the Ravagers were teleported to Earth from Contraxia to fight against Thanos.
    • Coppelius
        • Soji's home world, the 4th planet in the Ghulion System. Picard also refers to it as Ghulian IV when he reaches out to Starfleet regarding a First Contact situation. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 1)
    • The Core World
        • The world that found a way to punch a hole through other alternate realities.
        • Planet Toro Calican mentions when he shows up to meet Mando with two speeder bikes: "Not too shabby, huh? What do you expect? This ain't Corellia." (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
        • The Bad Batch run into the Martez sisters when they travel to Corellia on a job for Cid, to retrieve a tactical droid. (Season 1 episode Decommissioned)
        • Rex tracks the gang down after hearing about their run-in with the Martez sisters on Corellia. (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
        • Mentioned only. (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters). Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
        • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
        • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
        • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
        • The protocol droid schoolteacher on Nevarro mentions that Coruscant was the capitol of the Old Republic. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Grogu was raised at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Corvan 2
        • Planetoid, site of a mining colony near the Aneto system that produces dilithium for the Federation and sends out a distress call to Starfleet when attacked by Klingons (Season 1 episode 4)
    • Corvus
        • Bo-Katan tells Mando that he can find Ahsoka Tano in the city of Calodan on the forest moon of the planet Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando tells Baby Yoda there's no way they're making it to Corvus in the shape they're in, so they stop off at Nevarro. (Season 2 episode Chapter 12 The Siege) Mando helps Ahsoka Tano liberate the city of Calodan on Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Crait
        • Per director Rian Johnson, an out-of-the-way planet that used to house a Rebel base—now abandoned—and that the Resistance shows up to deal with a "very pressing and immediate" situation.
    • The Cursed Earth New record added 5/28/2021
        • In the future world of Judge Dredd, the planet is now known as The Cursed Earth.
    • Dalforsas
        • Planet in Prak's story of Reason, in which the Princes of the Plains and the Tribesmen of the Cold Hillsides always beat the hell out of each other in the Forest, with the Dwellers in the Forest caming off worst in these exchanges.
    • Dalvos Prime
        • After Molly attacks a customer in Quark's, a Federation magistrate wants her taken to a special care center on Dalvos Prime for evaluation. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dam-Ba-Da
        • Furlow the mechanic's home world. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Damogran
        • Far away on the opposite spiral arm of the galaxy, five hundred thousand light years from the star Sol, Zaphod Beeblebrux, President of the Imperial Galactic Government, sped across the seas of Damogran...
    • Dangrabad Beta
        • Planet 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?"
    • Dannus V
        • 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)
    • Dantooine
        • Planet, location of an old rebel base that has been abandoned for some time, which Leia offers up to Grand Moff Tarkin as alternative to Alderaan for a Death Star target.
        • The Jedi receive a distress signal from their forces on Dantooine. Mace Windu's defenses held, but at a great cost to his men. They need medical supplies immediately. (Season 2 episode Brain Invaders)
        • Venisa comes to the Colossus looking for assistance escorting Resistance recruits off the planet Dantooine and past a First Order blockade. (Season 2 episode Rebuilding the Resistance)
    • Danula 11
        • The forty-first Starlet Academy Marathon takes place on the planet Danula 11 in April 2323. (From the Picard family album)
    • Dathomir
        • Home of the Nightsisters, where Asajj Ventress is originally from, and where Darth Maul was trained. (Season 3 episode Nightsisters) Count Dooku orders General Grievous to wipe the witches out. (Season 4 episode Massacre)
        • Planet Dryden Vos mentions to Qi'ra: "Bring the ship and come to me on Dathomirand you and I will then decide what to do about the traitor, Beckett, and his accomplices."
    • Dave
        • ALF claims there's a 10th planet called Dave. it's actually the minor planet called Chiron. (Season 1 episode Jump)
    • Davlos IV
        • While investigating apparent sabotage on the station, Odo finds a device manufactured on Davlos III, a planet on the Klingon border. (Season 3 episode Visionary)
    • Dayos IV
        • Klingon Kang mentions that he met one of the infamous criminal known as The Albino's discarded wives seven years ago on Dayos IV. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
        • When Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang, his cover story involves serving two years for stolen goods on Days IV. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Planet in the Blue Sun system with a moon named Haven, the final home of Sherpherd Book.
    • Decos Prime
        • Miles needs a graviton stabilizer, so Nog loans the captain's desk to Al Lorenzo, the chief of operations on Decos Prime in order to get the induction modulator that the U.S.S. Musashi needs, in order to get the phase emitter that the U.S.S. Sentinel needs, in order to get the Sentinel's extra graviton stabilizer to give to Miles. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
    • Delphi 6
        • Planet where Supernova and Million Ants were stranded for three days, mentioned in Season 3 episode Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender.
    • Delta Pavonus 4 / Aszjan
        • Home of a humanoid/meerkat civilization well into their industrial age, similar to the Victorian era on Earth. Known as Aszjan to the residents. Some of the residents are evacuated by the Bobs prior to their planet being attacked by The Others.
    • Deneb III
        • Planet that Captain Mercer's parents mention on the U.S.S. Bleriot, vacation destination apparently. (Season 1 episode Command Performance)
    • Deneva
        • Several planets are infected with neural parasites, including Levinius V, Theta Cygni XII, Ingraham B and Deneva. (Episode Operation -- Annihilate!)
    • Diamanta
        • Planet where Icheb was out doing recon when his ship received a distress call that turned out to be an ambush. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Doctari Alpha
        • Site of a Human-Vulcan research facility that was destroyed by a Klingon terror raid, during which Michael Burnham's parents were killed. Mentioned in various episodes. Flashback to the Klingon attack. (Season 2 episode Perpetual Infinity)
    • Donald
        • Joke Willie makes about the names of the two additional planets in our solar system - Mickey and Donald. Their names are actually Alvin and Dave. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
    • Donatu VII
        • Planet that Michael Burnham mentions to Book when the dilithium raider Wen shows up and she's coming up with a plan. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Dorian 5
        • A planet exterminated by the Vindicators because Doomnomitron was hiding there, mentioned in Season 3 episode Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender.
    • Draco 7
        • Victor's android friend Anya ran away from her owner on Draco-7 to Janah-12, where the crew of the Gaza picks them up (Season 3 episode Built, Not Born)
    • Draylon II
        • Sisko and Dax suggest the uninhabited M Class planet Draylon II, located near Sefalla Prime, as a perfect home for the Skrreea people. They would prefer to settle on Bajor, but the provisional government denies their request. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Dreon VII
        • One of Kasidy Yates' regular runs is from Bajor to a colony on Dreon VII. Due to the length of her trips, she is suspected of crossing over into the Badlands and smuggling for the Maquis. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Dwarf-Terrace 9
        • Planet that's home to the Plimplom Tavern, where Rick goes to give himself up to the Galactic Federation (Season 2 episode 10 The Wedding Squanchers)
        • Kaz and his friends head for the planet D'Qar in search of the Resistance. (Season 1 episode No Escape) The crew of the Colossus arrives at D'Qar, in the Ileenium system, looking for the Resistance base that has since been destroyed. (Season 2 episode A Quick Salvage Run)
    • Earth 113
        • World conquered by the Kromaggs. According the Kromaggs, "The human has the key to our ultimate victory. The tracking device planted in him during his captivity on Earth 113 will lead us to our home world. Quinn Mallory will bring about the destruction of his own species." (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • Earth 147
        • The sliders find themselves on Earth 147, a Kromagg proving ground, and training arena for new tactics and weapons. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Earth 33
        • The graffiti in the building reads: Avoid Earth 33. The contagion has spread.
    • Earth 366
        • The graffiti in the building reads: Earth 366 is frightening.
    • Earth 468
        • The graffiti in the building reads: Earth 468 is safe. Locals friendly no weapons.
    • Earth Prime
        • Quinn's original Earth, or so he thought. He eventually learns that he was brought there by his real parents when he was young.
    • The Earth That Was
        • What planet Earth has become known as in the future (episode Serenity)
    • 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. (Season 1 episode Miri)
        • In the year 2455, Earth has become too polluted to support life and humans have moved to a new planet.
    • Edmunds
        • Habitable planet Edmunds located within a year's flight of the black hole Gargantua.
    • El Gatark
        • 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)
    • Eldor II
        • Planet where Noranti says she has seen the mysterious alien markings. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Ellara Six
        • After getting their original memories back, the last thing the crew remembers before their minds were wiped was planning mission to Ellara Six (Season 2 episode 3 I've Seen the Other Side of You)
    • Eminiar 7
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to Star Trek The Original Series episode A Taste of Armageddon.

    • Emphor III
        • Third of nine planets with a single moon in the Emphor System, where Captain Andrews transports Mrs. Vincent, under the guise that it is the legendary planet Earth. As it turns out, it is.
    • Endicronimas V
        • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Enok VII
        • Planet that Jason mentions to his fans: I think we all remember what happened with that beast on Enok VII.
    • Epsilon Hydra VII
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Epsilon II
        • Captain Mercer's first mission on the Orville is delivering supplies to the science station on Epsilon 2 (Season 1 episode Old Wounds)
    • Epsilon Indi IV
        • Discovery is scheduled to arrive at the Indi Shipyard at Epsilon Indi IV within a few hours. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Erabus Prime
        • Q threatens Vash when she refuses to go with him, reminding her of the tiny little insect bite she got on Erabus Prime that would have crippled her had he not been there to save her. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Eridani A
        • Planet Raffi mentions to Picard during the Mars attack flashback - Picard proposed using mothballed ships from Beta Antares and Eridani A to carry out the Romulan rescue, which Starfleet rejected. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning)
    • Eridani-6
        • Planet that Five mentions when she tells Six the story about looking for her sister (Season 3 episode Nowhere to Go)
    • Eroticon 6
        • Planet, home of Eccentrica Gallumbits. Arthur: "It doesn't have an entry!" Ford: "Yes it does. Down there, see at the bottom of the screen, just under Eccentrica Gallumbits, the triple-breasted whore of Eroticon 6."
    • Erp
        • Aeryn calls Crichton's home world the planet Erp instead of Earth. (Premiere episode)
    • Erriakang VII
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Essof IV
        • One of the Project Daedelus testing sites. (Season 2 episode The Red Angel) Michael's mother tells Michael she never made it back to Terralysium, that she landed right back on Essof IV. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Fahleena III
        • The Valerian vessel Sherval Das docks at the station after visiting Fahleena III and Mariah IV, the same two stops the Valerians used to make when they were running weapons grade dolamide to the Cardassians during the occupation of Bajor. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
    • Fallia
        • Planet mentioned in the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe. "Allow four litres of Fallian marsh gas to bubble through it, in memory of all those happy Hikers who have died of pleasure in the Marshes of Fallia."
    • Fanalla
        • Planet mentioned when Ford reminisces about the good old days. "They worked out of a hut on the Bwenelli Atoll on Fanalla before the Riktanarqals and theDanqueds vertled it."
    • Farius Prime
        • The Galador freighter that left the station in the middle of the night suspected of taking Gul Dukat with them is operating on a trade route between Galador II and Farius Prime. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
        • Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang on the planet Farius. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Planet where Ahsoka ignores Anakin's orders and continues fighting the droid army. She in punished by being reassigned to security in the Jedi Temple library. (Season 2 episode Holocron Heist) Planet where Obi-Wan, Anakin and Ahsoka help local Nysillin farmers fight off Hondo's pirates. (Season 2 episode Bounty Hunters) Planet where Jedi Master Syfo-Dias was thought to have died, until Jedi Master Pro Kool finds his crashed ship on the moon of the Pike planet Oba Diah. (Season 6 episode The Lost Ones)
        • Planet that Lando mentions when he finds out that Beckett is working for Dryden Vos: Listen, last I checked, me and Crimson Dawn, we're squared away. Dryden said all is forgiven after I did the whole Felucia thing for him.
    • Ferenginar
        • Ferengi (Quark's) home planet. It rains a lot. The females don't wear clothes.
        • Brunt: If this were Ferenginar, I'd have you all taken to the spire of the Tower of Commerce, displayed to the crowds in the Great Marketplace below, and then shoved off one by one. Small children would bet on where you would land, and your splattered remains would be sold as feed mulch for gree worms. (Season 4 Bar Association)
        • Quark pours Rom a snail juice when he returns from a two week trip to Ferenginar, where he made a pilgrimage to the Great Marketplace. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • Dr. Orpax, one of the most expensive doctors on Ferenginar, diagnoses Quark with the fatal disease Dorek Syndrome. (Season 4 episode The Quickening)
        • A depressed Quark returns home to Ferenginar to visit his Moogie. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Odo: There's nothing heroic about earning profit.
          Quark: There is on Ferenginar.
          Odo: We're not on Ferenginar.
          (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • When Rom and Quark can't get in touch with anyone on Ferenginar, they fear a Dominion attack. But Kira finds the premise unlikely, as the Dominion would first take the surrounding systems Clarus and Irtok. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
        • Nog mentions his homeworld when explaining the Great Material Continuum to Miles. (Season 7 episode Treachery, Faith and the Great River)
        • Grand Nagus Zek contacts Quark from Ferenginar, though he thinks he's talking to Rom when he tells him that he's going to make him the new Grand Nagus. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Ferengi homeworld. "Quark of Ferenginar was especially satisfied with your handling of his trouble with the Breen." (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Filgaia
        • A planet made to resemble the American Old West with additional science fiction, steampunk, and traditional fantasy elements.
    • Florrum
        • Nearest planet to Vanqor, six parsecs away, where Hondo and his pirates ferry Count Dooku. (Season 1 episode Dooku Captured) Aurra Sing and Boba Fest travel to see Hondo. (Season 2 episode Lethal Trackdown) Hondo's planet, where Obi-Wan searches for Darth Maul and Savage Opress. (Season 5 episode Revival)
    • Fripton
        • Frasier's Radio Show caller Karla with Schizophreniform disorder claims to be dying the planet Fripton (Season 4 episode Roz's Turn)
        • Planet/army that attacked the headquarters of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Originally from The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.
    • Fyrine IV
        • BTA pilot Willis E. Davidge is stranded on the alien planet Fyrine IV.
    • Gaia
        • Planet where in the original timeline, the Defiant crashed 200 years in the past, spawning a settlement of 800 people. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
        • Living planet that Rick fucks, claims to be pregnant, gives birth to half-rock children that Rick and Beth raise to a space-faring civilization in six days, only to learn that Rick isn't actually the father. (Season 4 episode Childrick of Mort)
    • Galador II
        • The Galador freighter that left the station in the middle of the night suspected of taking Gul Dukat with them is operating on a trade route between Galador II and Farius Prime. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Galaxus 9
        • The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's wife Randall mentions everything he's been through - the ratings slide, the coup d'é·tat, the mass prisoner suicides and that Galaxus 9 core meltdown - and somehow he's still standing, because he's strong. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Galdonterre
        • The infamous criminal known as The Albino learned that the Klingons were coming to Galdonterre by intercepting a subspace message. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Galen-2
        • Planet - this was the mission that the android made an error traveling through the atmosphere (Season 2 Episode 9 Going Out Fighting)
    • Galorda Prime
        • At Sisko's urging, Odo tracks down the truth - that the civilians that Worf is accused of killing were actually killed three months earlier when their ship crashed in the mountains of Galorda Prime. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Gamma Hydra
        • Planet located in the region of space near the Federation-Klingon border a few light years from where The Battle of the Binary Stars took place.
    • Ganalda IV
        • Jake is told that Klingons are looking to get even for what happened on Ganalda IV, when they had to retreat. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • Gault
        • From the age of 7, Worf was raised by humans on the farm world of Gault, a sparsely populated world, no more than 20,000 inhabitants. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Gazorpazorp
        • Homeworld of Morty Jr.'s half human half alien baby in the Andromeda system. "SIS SEMPER CALUMNIAM" (episode 1-7 Raising Gazorpazorp)
    • Gelrak V
        • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Gemenon
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system with a climate known to be temperate, though more prone to extremes of temperature and climate from region to region world.
    • Gemoni
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, home of many of the passengers on the freighter Gemini.
    • Gemulon V
        • The colonists that Sisko and Miles find on an M Class planet in the Orellius system were on their way to settle on Gemulon V over ten years earlier when their ship developed life support problems, and they've been stuck there ever since. (Season 2 episode Paradise)
        • An Imperial construction yard was established in orbit around Geonosis, but abandoned by the time the crew of the Ghost arrived in the system after the Imperial attack on Garel. Here they were ambushed by an Imperial force under Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau, but managed to escape, with Kallus and Garazeb Orrelios ending up stranded on one of Geonosis' moons after their battle carried into an escape pod. The Geonosis Moon in which they were stranded possessed a colder climate to that of the main planet, Geonosis.
    • Ghorman
        • Planet named in Mon Mothma's treasonous remarks: "I name the emperor himself for ordering the brutal attack's on the people of Ghorman." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Planet mentioned by the Gold Squadron rebels that the crew of the Ghost meets. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Girvonesk
        • Alien at Interdimensional Customs: it’s like, I’m trying to eat a flimflam, like, that’s what we eat on Girvonesk. (Pilot episode)
    • Glapflap
        • Planet Rick mentions... "Birdperson's big day was at Blood Ridge on Glapflap's third moon against the Gromflamites." (Season 2 episode 10 The Wedding Squanchers)
    • Glee Anselm
        • Ocean planet, home to Nautolans. Planet that comes up when Yoda, Obi-Wan and Anakin reach out with the force, searching for the force sensitive children that Cad Bane may be abducting. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
        • Ocean plane that Beckett mentions to Val: "We're gonna clear our debts, go back to Glee Anselm, and I'm finally gonna learn how to play that valachord."
    • Golana
        • When Miles takes his family to Golana for a picnic, Molly wanders off and falls into a time portal, sending her 300 years back in time. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Golgafrincham
        • Planet. "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy has this to say about the planet of Golgafrincham: It is a planet with an ancient and mysterious history, rich in legend, red, and occasionally green with the blood of those who sought in times gone by to conquer her; a land of parched and barren landscapes, of sweet and sultry air heady with the scent of the perfumed springs that trickle over its hot and dusty rocks and nourish the dark and musty lichens beneath; a land of fevered brows and intoxicated imaginings, particularly amongst those who taste the lichens; a land also of cool and shaded thoughts amongst those who have learnt to forswear the lichens and find a tree to sit beneath; a land also of steel and blood and heroism; a land of the body and of the spirit."
    • Goralis III
        • Planet where Worf and Ezri crash landed and got romantic. When he and Ezri argue, Worf states that's where he made his feelings clear. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Gozgo
        • Planet from Vizago's exclamation in multiple episodes: "By the moons of Gozgo!" (Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn, Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
    • Grantor 7
        • The menagerie beneath Rick and Morty's menagerie in Morty's Mind Blower "Marty's Menagerie" contains boulder people from Grantor 7 Season 3 episode Morty's Mind Blowers)
    • Griphard
        • Planet, location of Mt. Hoppy, a flat mountain ALF says he walked/climbed on the planet Griphard (Season 2 episode Night Train)
        • Planet in the OASIS that Parzival mentions in his speech to the masses, reference to Dungeons & Dragons.
    • Hakton VII
        • Jadzia Dax receives a report that three Federation settlers were killed on Hakton VII. The Cardassians claim it was in retaliation for the destruction of the Bok'Nor. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Hanoran II
        • Captain Picard: "We can't delay the archeological expedition to Hanoran II. That'll put us right in the middle of monsoon season."
    • Hawalius
        • Planet on the outer Eastern Rim of the Galaxy, consisting of oracles and seers and soothsayers and also take-away pizza shops, because most mystics were completely incapable of cooking for themselves.
    • Hoek IV
        • 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)
    • Holna IV
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • Homestead II
        • A colony world, destination of the starship Avalon. The jewel of the occupied world. The fourth planet in the Bhakti System.
    • Hosnian Prime
        • Resistance forces secure part of a map leading to the location of exiled Jedi Master Luke Skywalker from Lor San Tekka, and a cold war turns hot as the First Order, striking from the hidden planetary weapon known as Starkiller Base, eradicates the New Republic Senate on Hosnian Prime.
    • Hunhau
        • Sparsely populated M Class planet, Emerald Chain salvage planet. Book sends Michael a message from Hunhau that while on his way to the Bajoran Exchange, he heard about the black box that she's looking for. (Season 3 episodes Scavengers, The Sanctuary)
    • Hylak 7 New record added 6/7/2021
        • Na'Toth: When the Dilgar conquered Hylak 7, my grandfather's family were there. Death Walker used them in her experiments. They all died, except for my grandfather, who managed to escape back to Narn, but not before she implanted a machine in his brain. It slowly killed his mind and spirit. And we could do nothing but watch. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • H'atoria
        • Planet in Klingon space where a Vulcan starship was destroyed by the Klingons. In the aftermath, Vulcans established a policy of firing first when encountering Klingons, earning their respect and eventually leading to the establishment of formal relations (Season 1 episode 1 Despite Yourself)
    • Idaflor New record added 5/28/2021
        • Out of fuel and rations, the Bad Batch changes their plans to hide out on the uninhabited planet Idaflor and instead head for the moon Pandora. (Season 1 Cornered)
    • Idlocana 6
        • Admiral Vassery of Douglas Station receives a bizarre message from the leaders of Idlocana 6 - their president wanted to thank him for a wonderful second contact with the crew of the San Clemente... but Starfleet doesn't have a San Clemente. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
        • Also known as the World of a Thousand Moons, located deep in Separatist-controlled space. Home of reeksa root, a weed-like vine that may hold the cure for the Blue Shadow Virus. (Season 1 episode Mystery of a Thousand Moons)
    • Ikarra 7
        • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks and his assistant arrive on the station from their archeological dig on the dead world of Ikarra 7, sponsored by Interplanetary Expeditions, where they found organic technology from an ancient alien race. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • Ikasu
        • Planet Book mentions to Michael Burnham: "Remember that time when I had to wade through that bog at Ikasu to pull those leeches off of you?" (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Inari-7
        • Destination of the prisoners of the Ishida Empire (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • Inferna Prime
        • While escorting Quark to a grand jury hearing on Inferna Prime to testify against the Orion Syndicate, a bomb on the ship explodes, forcing them to crash land on an uninhabited planet. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
    • Ingraham B
        • Several planets are infected with neural parasites, including Levinius V, Theta Cygni XII, Ingraham B and Deneva. (Episode Operation -- Annihilate!)
        • Planet originally from Star Trek: The Original Series episode Operation -- Annihilate! that Captain Kirk (John Belushi) mentions in his hunch speech: "I have a hunch, Mr. Spock, that we are about to face a menace more terrifying than the flying parasites of Ingraham B, more insidious than the sand bats of Manark IV, more bloodthirsty than the vampire clouds of Argus X." The menace turns out to be an NBC network executive coming to tell them that the show has been canceled (Skit: Star Trek: The Last Voyage, Season 1 episode hosted by Elliott Gould)
    • Iridonia
        • While Darth Maul was trained on Dathomir, his race's home world is actually Iridonia. It's where the rest of the males of the species dwell, and where Obi-Wan and Anaking search for Savage Opress. (Season 3 episode Witches of the Mist)
    • Ivor Prime
        • Planet Hayes mentions when telling Picard about the Borg attack. Hayes to Picard: "I've just received a disturbing report from Deep Space 5. Our colony on Ivor Prime was destroyed this morning. Long-range sensors have picked up."
    • J-19 New record added 5/17/2021
        • Hunter tells Tech to plot a course for J-19. He knows a guy. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • Planet mentioned when Fenchurch pulls the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy out of her bag. "The thing she took out of her bag was battered and travelworn as it had been hurled into prehistoric rivers, baked under the sun that shines so redly on the deserts of Kakrafoon, half-buried in the marbled sands that fringe the heady vapoured oceans of Santraginus V, frozen on the glaciers of the moon of Jaglan Beta, sat on, kicked around spaceships, scuffed and generally abused, and since its makers had thought that these were exactly the sorts of things that might happen to it, they had thoughtfully encased it in a sturdy plastic cover and written on it, in large friendly letters, the words Don't Panic."
        • Planet that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Japori II
        • Flaxian merchant Mr. Retaya that Odo questions was a suspect in the murder of Dekora Assan Ono Japori II. He claims he was cleared of those charges, that it was a case of mistaken identity. (Season 3 episode Improbable Cause)
    • Jaxxa Prime
        • General K'orin asks Mariner if she remembers Jaxxa Prime and the commander that didn't believe her about rectal insectoids. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Jedha
        • Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon, source of the secret cargo - a very large khyber crystal. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Jintann VIII
        • Planet Alara mentions, where she thought her sister was. (Season 2 episode Home)
    • K-171 / Neesback
        • Planet. ALF: "There's no intelligent life on Neesback" (Season 3 episode Turkey in the Straw)
        • Planet that the Zygerrian leader mentions: "With the meddling Republic gone, we can return to Kadavo and rebuild what was taken from us. Under this new Empire, our operation will flourish once again." (Season 1 episode Rampage)
    • Kaijur XII
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Kaijur XII needs replicator replacement technology for a severe food shortage. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Kairos Linea
        • A planet only eleven minutes and eleven seconds away an extinction-level event.
    • Kalandra
        • Ezri tells Garak she's planning on returning to the Destiny, where they will be joining the 7th fleet at Kalandra. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
    • Kaller New record added 5/17/2021
        • The episode begins with General Billaba on the planet Kaller, her clone troops engaged in battle with the Separatist droid army, waiting for reinforcements. Her Padawan Caleb returns with the Bad Batch. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • Rex mentions the battle on Kaller. (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
    • Kaminar
        • Kelpien homeworld. Saru learns from Admiral Charles Vance that Kaminar joined the Federation. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
        • Location of cloning facilities responsible for the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic. (Season 1 episode Rookies) General Grievous attacks the clone homeworld. (Season 3 episode Clone Cadets)
        • After their mission to Onderon, the Bad Batch returns to Kamino to rescue Omega. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • Rex: Would you prefer to use the facility on Kamino? (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
    • Kanvia
        • Planet where the crew goes looking to buy chromextin, medication for Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
        • A force of smugglers and bounty hunters recruited by Han Solo and Chewbacca, along with assistance from Rebel operatives and the New Republic Fleet, successfully liberate the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk from the Empire's rule. His life debt to Solo fulfilled, Chewbacca retires to Kashyyyk with his family.
        • Han references Chewie's homeworld when they are trying to escape from the pit on Mimban: "You tired, you mangy Kashyyykian moof-milker?"
    • Kavaria
        • Home of the Kavarian Tiger-Bat, planet near Kasiday Yate's route to Dreon VII. Jake needs to know what a Kavarian tiger-bat smells like for a story. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
    • Kaylon I
        • Orville crew member Isaac's home world. Isaac describes it as "a planet populated by artificial life-forms. Circumference, 57,583 kilometers. Average density, 4. 42 grams per cubic centimeter. Surface gravity, 1.13 times Earth standard." (Season 2 episode A Happy Refrain) Captain Mercer takes the Orville to Kaylon I when Isaac is deactivated. (Season 2 episode Identity)
    • Kelfour VI
        • Planet that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "Klingon vessels launch hypothermic charges at Kelfour VI, burning off their atmosphere and killing 11,000 civilians." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Kelowna
        • Jonas Quinn is from the country Kelowna on the planet Langara. The name "Langara" came from a golf course where crew members played golf. The name "Kelowna" came from a town near Vancouver where the show was filmed.
    • Kelvas V
        • Garak consults Odo for the name of a contact on Kelvas V, needed for Kira's impending attack on a Cardassian repair facility in the Kelvas System. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Kentanna
        • 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)
    • Kepler 452b
        • Earth's nearest habitable neighbor at 1400 light years away. With Earth no longer habitable and the Mars colony slowly failing, it is humanity's best hope.
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to Star Wars - Han Solo's home planet.

        • 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)
    • Khefka IV
        • Verad's girlfriend Mareel tells Dax that she grew up on the streets of Khefka IV, how never would have made it out of there without Verad's help. (Season 2 episode Invasive Procedures)
    • Khosla II
        • Quark purchases and re-sells the remains, also known as desiccation discs of the great Ferengi entrepreneur Plegg, until Odo informs him that Plegg still alive on Khosla II. (Season 2 episode The Alternate)
    • Khurtanan
        • Planet where the sociopolitical situation involves oppression of females, but there is a resistance movement planning a violent coup to seize power - and they possess the only Qatal mollusks on the planet, which they employ to eliminate certain males in power. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Khwopa
        • The Cerritos is sent to repair the water filtration system on the planet Khwopa, then to rendezvous with U.S.S. Rubidoux. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Kim-Tara
        • Burnham mentions that the lander pods that the Discovery crew uses to get to the U.S.S. Hiawatha were developed for a mission to Kim-Tara. (Season 2 episode Brother)
    • Klaestron IV
        • Ilon Tandro is the Special Envoy from Klaestron IV In charge of the extradition procedure for the trill known as Dax - previously known as Curzon, now Jadzia - who has been charged with treason and murder. (Season 1 episode Dax) Bashir returns from a trip checking out a new burn treatment technology which has to be seen to be believed. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Kleeia-3
        • Sightings of mirror universe doppelgängers (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • Klendth
        • Vulcan outpost from Spock's test chamber scene. Computer: "What significant contribution to bioengineering was made on the Loonkerian outpost on Klendth?" Spock: "The universal atmospheric element compensator."
    • Kolarus III
        • Planet in the Kolarin star system where the Enterprise traces the source of the positronic signature.
    • Koozebane
        • Star Wars droids R2-D2 and C-3PO appeared in episode 417 of The Muppet Show, along with Luke Skywalker and Chewbacca, visiting the planet Koozebane.
    • Kora II
        • Odo checks with the Bajoran Archives, learning that they do have a Marritza on record as being a filing clerk at the forced labor camp Gallitep. He also checks with the military academy on Kora II, learning that Marritza has been teaching filing there, just as he claims. (Season 1 episode Duet)
    • Koralis III
        • Kira helps Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas escape after he is put in jail for killing a Klingon, telling him that Odo will meet him in an abandoned mining complex on the third planet in the Koralis System. (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Korris I
        • Julian mentions that Quark found him a bottle of delightfully dry champagne bottled on Korris I when asking Dax our for dinner. (Season 1 episode A Man Alone)
    • Krikkit
        • Planet. "Important facts from Galactic history, number one (Reproduced from the Siderial Daily Mentioner's Book of popular Galactic History): The night sky over the planet Krikkit is the least interesting sight in the entire Universe."
    • Kromagg Prime
        • World that Maggie mentions - location of the origin of the first war between humans and Kromaggs. Quinn's original world. The humans' secret weapon defeated the Kormaggs. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
        • Kozak's widow Grilka takes Quark to the Klingon homeworld. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark) Worf and For discuss the Klingon homeworld. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
        • Martok tells Sisko the story of his pet targ back on Kronos. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
        • Chancellor Gowron arrives from Kronos, bringing with him the finest bloodwine - 2309, and a Star of Kahless award for Martok. (Season 7 episode When it Rains)
        • Klingon homeworld, first named in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. According to Kestra, Captain Crandall has been everywhere from Kronos to Tychen's Rift. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Krownest
        • Planet in the Mandalorian sector where the Ghost travels to straighten out matters with Sabine's estranged family. (Season 3 episode Legacy of Mandalore)
    • Krumph
        • Planet visible on the row above the that Earth is on when it is revealed that the sky is actually a screen. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Krypton
        • The far-distant planet which was the home world of Superman until it exploded into fragments as the result of a cataclysmic chain reaction originating at the planet's core.
        • Celebrity game show contestant Tilda Swinton describes herself as a kitten girl on planet Krypton. (Skit The Price is Right Celebrity Edition)
        • Clark's home planet, which he learns about from Dr. Virgil Swann. (Season 2 episode Rosetta)
    • Kwejian
        • Book's home world. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary) Stamets mentions a pesticide created on the planet Kwejian, and example of the science that Osyraa supports. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • K'Tuevon Prime
        • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • L-S VI
        • Dr. Mora Pol, the Bajoran scientist who studied Odo, discovers DNA signatures on a planet in the Gamma Quadrant. Odo and Dax travel with Dr. Pol and his assistant to the planet, finding a tiny life form that may be a distant relative of Odo. (Season 2 episode The Alternate)
    • Lamuella
        • Remote planet Arthur visits where most villagers had never even seen a spaceship, certainly not one that was all in one piece.
    • Lantea
        • Major John Sheppard and his team explore distant planets in the Pegasus Galaxy from their base in the Lost City of Atlantis on the planet Lantea.
    • Largo V
        • Captain Jaheel tells Miles he's got a shipment of Tamen Sahsheer waiting to be delivered to Largo V, and he'll need to do better than Warp 1 to get there before it spoils. (Season 1 episode Babel)
    • Latig Four New record added 6/7/2021
        • DeathWalker led the Dilgar Invasion, performing experiments on inhabitants of Latig Four, destroying entire population thru infection of Stafford's Plague. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Lehon
        • Planet that Venisa mentions to her droid when being sucked into a a First Order ship by tractor beam: So how do we play this? Like we did on Bakura? Or like that time on Lehon? Originally from The Knights of the Old Republic videogame, another name for Rakata Prime. (Season 2 episode Rendezvous Point)
    • Leonis
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a highly temperate and physically largest world in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Beta.
    • Levinius V
        • Several planets are infected with neural parasites, including Levinius V, Theta Cygni XII, Ingraham B and Deneva. (Episode Operation -- Annihilate!)
    • Libran
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Gamma.
    • Ligobis X
        • Julian tells famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik that he once saw an exhibit of his paintings at the Central Gallery on Ligobis X. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Lingo-Three
        • There had been a time when a copy of Trout's most popular book to date, Plague on Wheels, had brought as much as twelve dollars, because of the illustrations. It was now being offered for a dollar, and people who paid even that much did so not because of the pictures. They paid for the words. The words in the book, incidentally, were about life on a dying planet named Lingo-Three, whose inhabitants resembled American automobiles. They had wheels. They were powered by internal combustion engines. They ate fossil fuels. They weren't manufactured, though. They reproduced. They laid eggs containing baby automobiles, and the babies matured in pools of oil drained from adult crankcases.
    • Lissepia
        • According to Gul, Dukat, the missing Cardassian ship Ravinok was supposed to rendezvous with a freighter, which would take Naprem and his daughter Ziyal to Lissepia, where they could live out their lives in some sort of peace. (Season 4 episode Indiscretion)
    • Litigara
        • The lawyer planet ruled by law firms where Zhaan, Chiana and Rygel search for Crichton, Aeryn and D'Argo. (Season 2 Dream a Little Dream)
    • LoMo
        • Pleasure planet where Crichton and D'Argo get rolled. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N Sniff)
    • Lopovius
        • Planet at the heart of the Navarian-Bruidian Conflict. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Dagger)
    • Loval
        • When discussing where the Klingon Bird of Prey may go next, Dukat suggests Loval, on the other side of the sector. It's mainly a civilian outpost with a small subspace relay station, but secretly weapons research installation. (Season 4 episode Return to Grace)
    • Ludus II
        • Planet in the OASIS where all schools from Ludus were relocated to when it was revealed that Ludus was the location of the Copper Key. The original Ludus remained a battlefield for Gunters.
    • Luria
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • M-14
        • Episode Raging Bender. The rating for the All My Circuits Movie is M-14: Not suitable for aliens from the planet M-14.
    • Magus III
        • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Malachor
        • Location of Sith temple, first mentioned in Season 2 episode Shroud of Darkness, seen in Season 2 episodes 21&22 Twilight of the Apprentice.
    • Malastare
        • When Anakin asks if anybody has seen a podrace, Qui-Gon mentions that they have pod racing on Malastare. Along with Senator Palpatine, Bail Antilles of Alderaan and Ainlee Teem of Malastare are nominated for the position of chancellor.
        • Planet, home of the Dugs, where the Republic's new weapon uncovers the existence of the Zillo Beast, thought to be extinct. (Season 2 episode The Zillo Beast, The Zillo Beast Strikes Back)
        • Planet originally from Star Trek: The Original Series episode The Empath that Captain Kirk (John Belushi) mentions in his hunch speech: "I have a hunch, Mr. Spock, that we are about to face a menace more terrifying than the flying parasites of Ingraham B, more insidious than the sand bats of Manark IV, more bloodthirsty than the vampire clouds of Argus X." The menace turns out to be an NBC network executive coming to tell them that the show has been canceled (Skit: Star Trek: The Last Voyage, Season 1 episode hosted by Elliott Gould)
    • Mandalore
        • Obi-Wan travels to the planet Mandalore to discover the truth behind the claim that Duchess Satine of Mandalore, leader of the Council of Neutral Worlds, is building her own army to fight for the Separatist cause. (Season 2 episode The Mandalore Plot) Senator Amidala visits Mandalore to help with their trade problems, stumbling upon even more corruption issues. (Season 3 episode Corruption) Site of precarious meetings between Republic and Separatists. (Season 4 episode A Friend in Need)
        • Mayfeld mentions Alderaan while they're transporting Rhydonium in the Imperial Juggernaut tank to the ISB base on the planet Morak. (Chapter 15 The Believer) Bo-Katan's mission in to reclaim her home planet, which Boba Fett calls a planet of glass after the Imperial attack. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Margo
        • As for the story itself, it was entitled ‘The Dancing Fool.” Like so many Trout stories, it was about a tragic failure to communicate. Here was the plot: A flying saucer creature named Zog arrived on Earth to explain how wars could be prevented and how cancer could be cured. He brought the information from Margo, a planet where the natives conversed by means of farts and tap dancing.
    • Mariah IV
        • The Valerian vessel Sherval Das docks at the station after visiting Fahleena III and Mariah IV, the same two stops the Valerians used to make when they were running weapons grade dolamide to the Cardassians during the occupation of Bajor. (Season 1 episode Dramatis Personae)
    • Marva IV
        • 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)
    • Mavok Prime
        • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Maximegalon
        • Home of Hotblack Desiato's doctor, flown in to reason with the lead singer of Disaster Area, who had locked himself in the bathroom with a bottle of pills and was refusing to come out till it could be proved conclusively to him that he wasn't a fish.
    • Meezan IV
        • Bashir was attending a burn-treatment conference on Meezan IV when he was abducted and replaced by a changeling. (Season 5 episode In Purgatory's Shadow)
    • Megabrantis Cluster
        • The political hub of the Galaxy. "Thus the planet Vogsphere whiled away the unhappy millennia until the Vogons suddenly discovered the principles of interstellar travel. Within a few short Vog years every last Vogon had migrated to the Megabrantis cluster, the political hub of the Galaxy and now formed the immensely powerful backbone of the Galactic Civil Service."
    • Mekkar 7
        • Maximum labor planet where both Zhaan and D'Argo spent time, Zhaan assigned to Peacekeeper Intellilan Interface and D'Argo in the Kemlac mines. (Premiere episode)
    • Melmac
        • The name of ALF's home planet, and also what it was made out of.
    • Merak II
        • Quark tells Bashir that he'd helping Garak get a new sizing scanner for his shop from Merak II, calibrated to be accurate down to the micrometer. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
    • Meridian
        • Dax picks up very unusual gravimetric distortions in the Trialus System, what turns out to be the planet Meridian, which transitions back and forth from a non corporeal dimension. (Season 3 episode Meridian)
    • Mickey
        • Joke Willie makes about the names of the two additional planets in our solar system - Mickey and Donald. Their names are actually Alvin and Dave. (Season 1 episode Weird Science)
        • Loki tells Mobius M. Mobius that should he return, he will pursue his destiny to become king of Midgard, also known as Earth. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
        • Site of battle during the Clone Wars. The Voice of the Outer Rim radio broadcast dedicates a song to the med-jumpers of the 224th slugging it out on Mimban. (Season 1 episode Rookies)
        • Mud planet where Han, while enlisted in the Imperial Navy, is marked a deserter and fed to the beast, which turns out to be how he meets Chewie for the first time.
    • Mintaka III
        • Planet liberated by Durka. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns) Planet Crichton mentions, a boring name. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
        • According to Terran emperor Philippa Georgiou, Killy (mirror universe Tilly) wiped out the planet Mintaka III (Season 1 episode 15 Will You Take My Hand?)
    • Miranda
        • Experimental colony where the Alliance tried to chemically modify its populace to be peaceful.
    • Mirth
        • Episode Mork in Wonderland. Mindy gives Mork a cold medicine that is supposed to shrink his nasal membranes. Since Mork is made entirely of membrane, his whole body begins to shrink.
    • Mixtus II
        • Neighbor of Mixtus III, the planet whose moon the Cerritos has been sent to help demolish. The residents, of whom there are few, claim that destroying the moon of Mixtus III will destroy their planet. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Mixtus III
        • The Cerritos is in orbit around Mixtus III to assist Parliament class ship the U.S.S. Vancouver in a controlled demolition of an unstable moon. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Mon Cala
        • Admiral Ackbar's planet, destroyed by the Death Star (from Luke's dream in the Prologue of the novelization Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition written by Jason Fry)
        • Water wars! Tensions run high on the ocean world of Mon Calamari where two separate peoples, the aggressive squid-like Quarren, and their peaceful neighbor, the Mon Calamari, struggle to maintain a fragile coexistence. (Season 4 episode Water War)
    • Monac IV
        • Cardassians have halted the Klingon advance against Monac IV. The enemy remains bottled up in the Chin'toka system. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
        • Martok, Worf and crew destroy the Monac IV shipyard by triggering a solar plasma ejection from a magnetic instability on the Monac sun. (Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
        • Joke Rachel makes: Come back from planet Mongo, Dr. Creed. Earth people need you.
    • Montross
        • According to Mon Mothma, one of the many planets that needs help from the Rebellion (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Mora V
        • Lieutenant Ilario and his friend Vanderweg from the U.S.S. Truman are both victims of Vulcan science officer and serial killer Chu'Lak, using a TR11-6 projectile rifle firing transported titanium bullets. Vanderweg's husband was a micropalentologist on Mora V. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • Morak
        • Mayfeld leads Mando and his new friends to an internal Imperial terminal on the planet Morak, a secret imperial mining hub. (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Mundahla
        • 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)
    • Murderworld
        • 
From White Zombie song "Murderworld" on the album Make Them Die Slowly.
    • Myrmidon
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • Padme's home planet. While never actually seen in Episode III, Padmé mentions it a couple of times. She tells Anakin she wants to have her baby back on Naboo. Later, she asks Anakin to hold her like he did by the lake on Naboo.
        • Following the discovery of Separatist droids wandering the grassy wasteland, Naboo is once again on high alert. Fearing their home is facing another invasion, Senator Amidala and Representative Binks race to Naboo to assess the situation. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus) Rumors that the Gungans plan to aid the Separatists in an attack on Theed force Senator Amidala home to Naboo, accompanied by Anakin Skywalker. (Season 4 episode Shadow Warrior)
    • Nal Hutta
        • Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos track Cad Bane to the planet Nal Hutta. (Season 3 episode Hunt for Ziro) Obi-Wan Kenobi - disguised as Rako Hardeen, Moralo Eval and Cad Bane crash-land their ship in the swamps of Nal Hutta to throw any pursuers. (Season 4 episode A Friends and Enemies) Darth Maul, Savage Opress and Death Watch attack the Hutt council on Nal Hutta. (Season 5 episode Eminence)
    • Nanibia Prime
        • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Nebulon Five
        • Edna, I want you to marry me right here and now. If you marry me, we will honeymoon on Nebulon Five, also known as San Diego. (Season 15 My Big Fat Geek Wedding)
    • Nepenthe
        • Picard and Soji teleport off the Lord cube using spatial projector technology, headed for Nepenthe. (Season 1 episode The Impossible Box) Planet where Riker and Troi live. (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Nevarro
        • Planet where Mando meets with Greef Carga. (Season 1 episode Chapter One) Name finally mentioned by Fennec Shand. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger)
    • New Bajor
        • Planet that Sisko mentions upon Bashir and Kira's return, regarding the extent of the search for them while they were gone. (Season 2 episode Crossover) Kira mentions settlers leaving for New Bajor. (Season 2 episode The Jem'hadar)
    • New Earth
        • Planet where people from a dying future civilization intend to rebuild a healthy civilization.
    • New Halana
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik tells Sisko the story of terraforming New Halana, where he met his wife Nidell. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • New Kashmir
        • Planet from the war story that Zoë tells the crew when Kaylee asks her why she and Mal cut their apples instead of just biting into them. (episode War Stories)
    • New Mecca
        • Jadzia and Kira plans to sail across the great Erg on New Mecca in Quark's holosuite are interrupted when Kira receives an urgent message from the Bajoran Central Archives. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • New Melbourne
        • New Melbourne was a planet and a city known for its heavily fishing-oriented economy. (episode Objects in Space)
    • New Sydney
        • The leader of the low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates Bilby's children live on New Sydney. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • Miles travels to New Sydney in the Sappora System looking for Bilby's widow Morica. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • New Vulcan
        • Vulcan colony founded by Spock Prime as a home for the estimated ten thousand survivors of the destruction of Vulcan perpetrated by Nero.
    • Nintendu 64
        • Imaginary planet seen in one of the scenarios created by the What-If Machine when Fry asks "What if life were more like a video game?" (episode Anthology of Interest II)
    • Ni'Var
        • Planet formerly known as Vulcan, now shared with the Romulans. Left the Federation nearly a hundred years ago. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • NowWhat
        • Planet named after the opening words of the first settlers to arrive there after struggling across light years of space to reach the furthest unexplored outreaches of the Galaxy.
    • Nyxia
        • Doomed planet - The Orville attempts to rescue the few remaining citizens before it is destroyed by its own sun. (Season 2 episode Primal Urges)
    • Odin
        • 3rd planet in the 82 Eridani system, named by Mac, Isaac, Jack and Owen as part of their Norse theme.
    • Ogo
        • LJ Washington: Don't mock me my friend. It's a condition of mental divergence. I find myself on the planet Ogo, part of an intellectual elite, preparing to subjugate the barbarian hordes on Pluto.
    • Omega
        • The speaker wiped his forehead and glared earnestly at the prisoners. "But perhaps," he said, "a rehabilitation is possible for some of you. Omega, the planet to which we are going, is your planet, a place ruled entirely by prisoners. It is a world where you could begin again, with no prejudices against you, with a clean record! Your past lives are forgotten. Don't try to remember them. Such memories would serve only to restimulate your criminal tendencies. Consider yourselves born afresh as of the moment of awakening in your cells."
    • Omicron Ceti III
        • Third planet orbiting the primary Omicron Ceti, where the Enterprise arrives following the discovery of Berthold rays, to ascertain the exact fate of the colonists.(Season 1 episode This Side of Paradise)
    • Omicron Persei 8
        • Planet 1,000 light years from Earth in orbit around the star of Omicron Persei, ruled Lrrr and his wife Ndnd.
        • 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)
        • Tarkin orders a new team sent to Onderon to wipe out Saw Gerrera and his crew. (Season 1 episode Replacements)
    • Onyx
        • Plutar, one of the universe's most-wanted evildoers, is from the dark planet Onyx. (Season 1 episode Mandora - The Evil Chaser)
    • Opportuniac
        • Investo the Robot's planet, the robot that greets humans at the Springfield Franchise Expo: Greetings humans. I am Investo the Robot from the planet Opportuniac. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • OR-Kappa-2722
        • Following altercations with First Order forces at Suraz and OR-Kappa-2722, New Republic Commander Poe Dameron defects to the Resistance alongside members of his X-Wing team, Rapier Squadron.
        • The Bad Batch track down old Jedi contact Cid, looking for information on the bounty hunter that came after Omega on Saleucami. (Season 1 episode Rampage)
        • Episode begins on Ord Mantell with the guys teaching Omega how to shoot a bow. Later, one of the Martez sisters asks Omega about their home on Ord Mantell: "Isn't that part of Old Mantell a little seedy?" (Season 1 episode Decommissioned)
    • Organia
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Orion
        • When Quark and Rom take Nog to Earth to join Starfleet Academy, Quark hides a large quantity of kemasite on the ship to sell to buyers on the planet Orion. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
        • Brad, Mariner and D'Vana visit Adashake Center on Orion in the Holodeck. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) Tendi mentions that there are no dogs on her home planet Orion. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Orion Beta Star System
        • Star system. "Ford stared at Arthur, and Arthur was astonished to find that his will was beginning to weaken. He didn't realize that this was because of an old drinking game that Ford learned to play in the hyperspace ports that served the madranite mining belts in the star system of Orion Beta."
    • Orous
        • Core planet, home of the Commonwealth Ministry, the government branch of the Intergalactic Commonwealth responsible for administration and bureaucracy - the birthplace of the human race.
    • Orto-Plutonia
        • Desolate snow-covered planet where Anakin and Obi-Wan are sent to investigate the disappearance of clone troopers, what turns out to be the home of the Talz. (Season 1 episode Trespass)
    • Osiris
        • Planet - The doctor says he was a trauma surgeon on Osiris in Capital City (episode Serenity)
    • Outpost Earth 113
        • A barren world where advanced life has never taken hold. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Pacquin
        • Planet mentioned as having a potential job for crew of Serenity.(Episode 8 Out of Gas)
    • Pahvo
        • Planet of peaceful musical creatures that attempt to bring the Federation and the Klingons together and almost gets destroyed by the Klingons in the process (Season 1 episode 8 Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum)
    • Palamar
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Pandora
        • The planet with the Native Americans - I mean, the blue cat aliens.
    • Pangea
        • After passing the War Measures Act, The humans on the planet Pangea wage war against Starfleet with the Pangea Navy. (Heaven's River)
    • Panna
        • Luke, R2-D2 and C-3PO take a Y-Wing to follow the Millennium Falcon to the Panna System, to the planet Panna, where they are attacked by a Panna Dragon - and rescued by bounty hunter Boba Fett, secretly working for Darth Vader/The Empire. (The Story of the Faithful Wookiee)
    • Panora
        • Sisko and the Defiant crew debate Mr. Eddington's potential targets - a lucrative mining operation on Quatal Prime, or the previously attacked and almost helpless Panora. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Pantora New record added 5/28/2021
        • Out of fuel and rations, the Bad Batch changes their plans to hide out on the uninhabited planet Idaflor and instead head for the moon Pandora. (Season 1 Cornered)
    • Parada II
        • After escaping from DS9, the replicant Miles heads for the Paradas system, being pursued by the U.S.S. Mekong. He initially heads for Parada IV, the largest planet with seven moons, then hiding behind one of the moon, while the Mekong loses track of him and heads for Parada II. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Parada IV
        • After escaping from DS9, the replicant Miles heads for the Paradas system, being pursued by the U.S.S. Mekong. He initially heads for Parada IV, the largest planet with seven moons, then hiding behind one of the moon, while the Mekong loses track of him and heads for Parada II. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Parnassos
        • First Order General Brendol Hux crashlands on the low-tech world of Parnassos, encountering a warrior of the Scyre tribe named Phasma. Phasma helps Hux leave Parnassos, joining him as a member of the First Order's leadership.
    • Parsian III
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Pentath III
        • An outbreak of Rudellian plague that strikes the Cardassian colony on Pentath III in the Pentath System prompts Sisko to send the Defiant - commanded by Worf - to assist with the evacuation. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Persephone / Rupert
        • Tenth planet discovered in our solar system, out beyond the orbit of Pluto. Nicknamed Rupert.
    • Phylos
        • Planet that Boimler mentions when he explains that senior officers don't always know what they're doing, where Kirk didn't know about that giant Spock. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Alpha.
    • Pillio
        • Luke Skywalker travels to the planet Pillio in search of artifacts held in secret observatories by Palpatine. Encountering Inferno Squad agent Del Meeko, Luke recovers a compass from Palpatine's observatory on the planet.
    • Pintleton Alpha
        • Planet, home of the Resettlement Advice Centre, where Arthur goes seeking advice on a place to get a life where the people look vaguely like him.
    • Placebo New record added 6/11/2021
        • Doctor Stephen Franklin gives the terminally ill alien child a container of industrial goo, telling him that it's a gloppit egg, a very rare creature from the planet Placebo. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Planet 10 Lectr
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts.

    • Planet 4
        • Planet 4, also referred to as the fourth planet, the Engineer Planet, and Paradise, is the planet that the USCSS Covenant, on its way to Origae-6, set out to explore after receiving a rogue transmission from its location. It is the presumed homeworld of the Engineers, and had at least one large city populated by the species.
    • Planet Abed
        • Planet in Outer Christmas Space. The most Christmas-y planet in the universe. The atmosphere is 7% cinnamon. (episode Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas)
    • Planet Boring
        • Episode What's Up Hollywood. Titus: What planet are you from.... Planet Boring, Population You.
    • Planet Crackpot
        • Joke Bart makes: Hey dad, what's the word from planet crackpot? (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • Planet Denny's
        • When deep space exploitation ramps up, it will probably be the mega tonic corporations that discover all the new planets and map them.
    • Planet Doom
        • Planet in the OASIS, location of the third and final gate, as well as the crystal key. Named after the one of the planets of the Drule Empire in the video game series Voltron: Defender of the Universe.
    • The Planet H
        • Planet where the starship Surprise lands, where everything there starts with the letter H, such as harps and hula hens.
    • Planet Holly
        • Planet in Outer Christmas Space (episode Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas)
    • Planet Jessica
        • Joke Morty makes on his first date with Jessica at the restaurant Fancy Eats (Season 3 episode 6 Rest and Ricklaxation)
    • Planet Jolly
        • Planet in Outer Christmas Space (episode Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas)
    • Planet M-113
        • Planet containing the ruins of an ancient and long-dead civilization. (Season 1 episode The Man Trap)
    • Planet Me
        • Planet Tick mentions in response to Janet's insult. Captain Liberty: "Are you out of your mind? My God, Tick, what planet are you living on?" The Tick: "Planet Me." Captain Liberty: "Planet Stupid!" (Episode The Funeral)
    • Planet Mischief
        • On Planet Mischief, there is a tradition that once someone turns 3 years old, he/she must travel to a planet and perform "Mischief" and cause widespread panic.
    • Planet Motherfucker
        • From the White Zombie song "Welcome to the Planet Motherfucker/Psychoholic Slag" on the album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One.
    • The Planet Of The Apes
        • Dark Helmet and President Skroob crash land on the Planet of the Apes.
    • The Planet of The Donuts
        • Planet from Homer's dream, where he is sentenced to death for eating the residents. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • Planet of Women
        • "Every day it's man against man on the planet of women, oh yeah." Song: Planet of Women.
    • Planet One
        • Amy Pond and The Doctor visit a jungle planet called Planet One. (Episode The Pandorica Opens)
    • Planet Raffi
        • Joke Raffi makes when cheering up Dr. Jurati by giving her cake and offering her chocolate milk. Dr. Jurati: "That may be overdoing it." Raffi: "No such thing on planet Raffi." (Season 1 episode Nepenthe)
    • Planet Satisfaction New record added 6/7/2021
        • Sultry Stevens: We've been on this spaceship for a hundred years.
          Angela Dare: When will we ever get to Planet Satisfaction?
          (Season 17 episode Bonfire of the Manatees)
    • Planet Shlorp New record added 5/30/2021
        • Home planet of Aliens Korvo, his brother in law Terry, and Terry's three children. When the planet is destroyed, the aliens crash on Earth. (Season 1 episode The Matter Transfer Array)
    • Planet Spider
        • Spider-Man tells the story of Takuya Yamashiro, a young motorcyclist who finds himself gifted with spider-like powers by an alien from the Planet Spider after encountering its crashed spaceship. Planet Spider was destroyed by Professor Monster and the Iron Cross Army.
    • Planet Starbucks
        • When deep space exploration ramps up it will be the corporations that name everything...
    • Planet Stupid
        • Planet Janet uses to insult The Tick. Captain Liberty: "Are you out of your mind? My God, Tick, what planet are you living on?" The Tick: "Planet Me." Captain Liberty: "Planet Stupid!" (Episode The Funeral)
    • Planet Tron
        • Joke Jerry makes about the time collars Rick and Morty and Summer are wearing when they get back from getting ice cream and saving the deer in Season 2 episode 1 A Rickle in Time.
    • Preliumtarn
        • Planet. 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.
    • Priors World
        • Planet in the mirror universe where Lorca went to recruit allies after his failed coup against Emperor Philippa Georgiou (Season 1 episode 13 What's Past is Prologue)
    • Proxima III
        • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks claims they put the alien artifacts through quarantine at the transfer station off Proxima III. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • Pythro V
        • Early in the episode, Odo informs Martus Mazur that the couple from Pythro V told him that the asked them for their financial access codes. Later, they decide to press charges. (Season 2 episode Rivals)
    • Quark
        • Planet from Louis' internal joke: Lunch. Meeting for lunch. This seemed such an alien idea that Louis thought of the science fiction novels he had read as a teenager - novels by Robert A. Heinlein, Murray Leinster, Gordon R. Dickson. The natives here on Planet Quark have an odd custom when one of their children dies, Lieutenant Abelson: they "meet for lunch.” I know how grotesque and barbaric that sounds but remember, is planet has not been terraformed yet.
    • Quatal Prime
        • Sisko and the Defiant crew debate Mr. Eddington's potential targets - a lucrative mining operation on Quatal Prime, or the previously attacked and almost helpless Panora. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Quin
        • Original home planet of the aquatic otter-like alien race known as the Quinlans, before they relocated to the topopolis space habitat known as Heaven's River. (Heaven's River)
    • Quinor VII
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Qui'Tu
        • Planet of Klingon legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
    • Ragesh 3
        • Location of a Centauri agricultural colony attacked by the Narn. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
        • Londo: During the Narn occupation of Ragesh 3, some important scientific material was lost. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
        • Londo mentions the Narn attack on Ragesh 3 to G'Kar - he's still hasn't forgiven or forgotten. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Raiden
        • Planet of Zairon involved in the war with Pyr: "Tenjin-9 and Raiden have fallen. Reports have Pyr's forces appearing in-system."
    • Raijin
        • Planet of Zairon involved in the war with Pyr: "We just received news from Raijin. Pyr has launched a surprise attack against our bases in the region."
    • Ramamama
        • Planet the guy on the train mentions, where he dissolved bodies in acid, until Rick Sanchez showed up. (Season 4 episode Never Ricking Morty)
    • Rana III
        • Planet to be destroyed by the Krill as a test of their new weapon. (Season 1 episode Krill)
    • Rasnov-4
        • Adrian and Solara's destination when they leave at the end of the episode (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • Rebulon 7
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Regor II
        • Planet that sends out the "Is anyone out there?" transmission that leads to a first contact for the crew of the Orville. (Season 2 episode All the World is Birthday Cake)
    • Regula I
        • Posting where some Starfleet Academy cadets were transferred to during Nero's attack on Vulcan.
    • Regulak IV
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Regulus
        • Captain Pike considers resigning, mentions going into business on Regulus, or on the Orion Colony. (episode The Cage)
    • Reilling VII
        • During his briefing, Admiral Charles Vance mentions that Reilling VII needs additional shields, as they are dealing with solar flares. (Season 3 episode Scavengers)
    • Retepsia
        • The Moclans aboard the Orville that are hiding their female baby are headed to the planet Retepsia. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Rexor IV
        • Planet that Lester visits, dry and dead. Ancient. Squeezed to a pulp by wind and sun.
    • Rhealon IV
        • When Kelly was at Union Point, she used to drink all night and report for duty the next morning. One time she was still tipsy when they were breaking gravity on Rhealon IV. She wasn't buckled in and went sliding down the corridor like a luge. (Season 2 episode Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow)
    • Rhymus Major
        • Quark and his lost love Natima reminisce about the day he installed his first holosuite. She'd never been in one before. He still has the program from their picnic on Rhymus Major. Two suns in the sky. The sound of the waterfalls. The whisper of flitterbird wings over their heads. He painted her face with honey. And a Mordian butterfly landed on her nose. And a Mordian butterfly got stuck on her nose. His wings were beating almost as fast as Quark's heart. (Season 2 episode Profit and Loss)
    • Rigel III
        • After cross referencing the surfer's radiation through every astronomical database, Reed identifies three planets that are now lifeless and barren, including Altair VII (nod to Forbidden Planet), Rigel III (nod to Star Trek) and Vega VI.
        • Keiko's away, at a hydroponics conference on Rigel IV. (Season 2 episode The Wire)
        • A Dominion raid destroyed Ezri's family's shipment of Pergium before it reached the refinery on Rigel IV. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • 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. (episode The Cage)
        • Planet Navy submarine helmsman Mr. Sulu mentions when Homer tells him to take a left. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide) Kodos and Kang's home planet. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Starship Poopers) Planet mentioned in the planetarium at the Museum of Natural History that Lisa visits. (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
        • When the crew discovers that everything in the computer's active memory has been accessed and purged, Kira claims that Vantika did the exact same thing on Rigel VII. (Season 1 episode Dax)
    • Rigel-9
        • Sightings of mirror universe doppelgängers (Season 3 episode 6 One Last Card to Play)
    • Ringo Vinda
        • Planet featuring a ring space station, aboard which clone trooper Tup's chip implant malfunctioned, causing Order 66 to kick in early, forcing him to assassinate Jedi Master Tiplar. (Season 6 episode The Unknown)
    • Risa
        • Pleasure planet, mentioned in various episodes.
        • O'Brien mentions the pleasure planet Risa as the location where Captain Picard first met Vash. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
        • After passing on his Nagus status to Quark, Zek mentions choosing between Risa and Balosnee VI for his first vacation in 85 years. (Season 1 episode The Nagus)
        • Destination on the flight plan of the Boslic captain that sold Quark salvage that included a baby Jem’Hadar. (Season 3 episode The Abandoned)
        • Thomas Riker - posing as Will Riker - mentions passing through on his way to Risa. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • The real Ambassador Krajensky was supposed to be on his way to Risa for an extended vacation. (Season 3 episode The Adversary)
        • Jadzia gives Lenara Kahn a bottle of Risian perfume. (Season 4 episode Rejoined)
        • Benjamin Sisko: I was just thinking... Why don't we drop everything and go to Risa - just the two of us? We won't even pack a bag. We'll walk straight out of here, get in a runabout and go. (Season 4 episode For the Cause)
        • Worf and Jadzia, Bashir and Leeta, and Worf vacation on Risa. According to Worf, Risa is an artificially created paradise, maintained by the most elaborate weather control system in the Federation. In it's natural state, Risa is nothing more than a rain-soaked geologically unstable jungle. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
        • Sirella: It is time for the Bre'Nan ritual.
          Jadzia Dax: I'm busy.
          Sirella: Busy acting like a Risian slut.
          (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • The leader of the low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates Bilby tells him that he's working with someone from Starfleet - someone that was in control of the weather control system on Risa. Raimus met him while vacationing last year. Raimus offered him a very substantial amount of money to make it stop raining. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
        • When Bashir informs Odo of his upcoming medical conference, Odo asks if it is on Risa or Casperia Prime. It's on Casperia Prime. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Julian tells Sarina that he wants to take her on a vacation to Risa. (Season 7 episode Chrysalis)
        • When Grand Nagus Zek disappears, Quark theorizes that he probably stopped off on Risa. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
        • Ezri Dax: All things considered, I think I'd rather be on RIsa. (Season 7 episode What You Leave Behind)
        • Thinking he's talking to Rom, Grand Nagus tells Quark and he and Moogie are moving to Risa and he's going to make him the new Grand Nagus. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
        • Jean-Luc Picard won The Silver Spade Award for The Starfleet Bridge Tournament on Risa. (From the Picard family album)
    • Rixx
        • Quark offers Tiron a holosuite program featuring a picnic with the pleasure goddess of Rixx. (Season 3 episode Meridian) Before leaving for Starfleet Academy on Earth, Nog sells his possessions, including what turns out to be Kira's Springball racket, and his favorite holosuite program "A Visit with the Pleasure Goddess of Rixx" - to Miles for for ten strips of latinum. (Season 4 episode Little Green Men)
    • Rodia
        • On a vital mission of peace, Senator Padmé Amidala journeys to Outer Rim world of Rodia desperate to ensure its loyalty remains to the Republic. (Season 1 episode Bombad Jedi) A jungle world with domed cities. Through the force, Obi-Wan senses a force sensitive child being abducted from a house in Kay Tap Square. (Season 2 episode Children of the Force)
    • Romulus
        • Romulan home world.
        • Garak: Ah, yes, the assassination of Proconsul Merrok of Romulus. Such a tragedy. I met him once, a few weeks before he died. I was working as a gardener at the Cardassian Embassy... my specialty was Edosian Orchids. Beautiful, but highly toxic. (Season 4 episode Broken Link)
        • When Worf meets Kor, he mentions several of Kor's accomplishments, including his confrontation with Kirk on Organia, his attack on Romulus and his defense of the Korma Pass. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • Working for both Starfleet Intelligence and Section 31, Julian travels aboard the Bellerophon to Romulus, where he gives a seminar on Ketracel White at a conference. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • According to Garak, the predominant color on Romulus is gray - the buildings, the clothing - even the people, and their hearts. (Season 7 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges)
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Rozniak
        • Fictional planet: Noel: "Hi, Dr. Crane. Could you sign this petition someone anonymously posted in the lunchroom? It's to the talented producers of Star Trek, suggesting a new character. Frasier: "The all-powerful space vixen... Rozalinda! Four-breasted queen of the planet Rozniak! I'll sign that." (Season 3 episode The Last Time I Saw Maris)
    • Ryloth
        • Planet, home of the Twi'lek species. "Subjected to a brutal droid occupation, the people of Ryloth are starving under the blockade of a Separatists' fleet." (Season 1 episode Storm Over Ryloth) Jedi Master Di and Cham Syndulla fend off a Separatist attack. (Season 3 episode Supply Lines)
    • Sagitaria
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, first to be attacked by the Cylons.
    • Sagittaron
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system, orbiting Helios Gamma.
    • Sakaar
        • Surrounded by cosmic gateways, Sakaar lives on the edge of the known and unknown. It is the collection point for all lost and unloved things, like you. But here on Sakaar, you are significant. You are valuable. Here you are loved, and no one loves you more than the Grandmaster. He is the original, the first lost and the first found. The creator of Sakaar, and father of the Contest of Champions. Where once you were nothing, now you are something. You are the property of the Grandmaster.
    • Saltok IV
        • While the Federation ship that the Cardassians destroyed was carrying medical supplies to Saltok IV, they believed it was carrying weapons through the demilitarized zone. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Santraginus V
        • Planet mentioned in the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe. "Take the juice from one bottle of that Ol' Janx Spirit. Pour into it one measure of water from the seas of Santraginus V - Oh that Santraginean sea water, it says. Oh those Santraginean fish!!!" Also mentioned in the entry for towel in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. "You can lie on it on the brilliant marble-sanded beaches of Santraginus V, inhaling the heady sea vapors."
        • Planet mentioned when Fenchurch pulls the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy out of her bag. "The thing she took out of her bag was battered and travelworn as it had been hurled into prehistoric rivers, baked under the sun that shines so redly on the deserts of Kakrafoon, half-buried in the marbled sands that fringe the heady vapoured oceans of Santraginus V, frozen on the glaciers of the moon of Jaglan Beta, sat on, kicked around spaceships, scuffed and generally abused, and since its makers had thought that these were exactly the sorts of things that might happen to it, they had thoughtfully encased it in a sturdy plastic cover and written on it, in large friendly letters, the words Don't Panic."
    • Sarin IV
        • Planet, site of abandoned Union listening station where Ed and Gordon retrieve a Food Synthesizer, and make a Twinkie. (Season 2 episode The Road Not Taken)
    • Sarpedion
        • A Dominion held planet, Sarpedion is the headquarters of the entire 12th order. Gowron orders Martok to take 15 Vor'cha class battle cruisers in first to soften their defenses. (Season 7 episode Tacking into the Wind)
    • Sassafrass Magna
        • Planet that Ford mentions. Ford: "Beep, beep, beep is exactly what is being heard all over that guy's ship, while he sleeps, in the ice, going slowly round a little-known moon of Sesefras Magna. The London Speaking Clock!"
    • Savareen
        • Planet located at one spur of the Kessel Run, location of an old refinery there that's not under Imperial jurisdiction.
        • Planet Qi'ra mentions as possible alternate source of refined coaxium: "You'll be hard pushed to find that anywhere outside an Imperial vault. Scarif. Maybe Mercy Island."
        • Planet that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • Scipio
        • Senator Amidala travels to the Neutral Zone on the planet Scipio to retrieve Republic funds from the Banking Clan, but when she gets there, she stumbled onto a conspiracy, discovering that the vault is empty. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
    • Scorpia
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system orbiting Helios Gamma.
    • Sefalla Prime
        • Sisko and Dax suggest the uninhabited M Class planet Draylon II, located near Sefalla Prime, as a perfect home for the Skrreea people. They would prefer to settle on Bajor, but the provisional government denies their request. (Season 2 episode Sanctuary)
    • Sensoria II
        • Planet Captain Mercer decides to take his new Krill girlfriend on a trip. (Season 2 episode Nothing Left on Earth Excepting Fishes)
    • Septaurus Five
        • Planet, supposedly from Star Trek. Noel: "Oh, yes, you will see me tomorrow. And by the rings of Septaurus Five you will pay, Dr. Crane. You... Oh hi, Kenny! ...will pay!" (Season 10 episode Star Mitzvah)
    • Septimus III
        • The Klingons attack the Cardassian planet Septimus III, landing 15 divisions. Weyoun assures Damar that he will address the situation, but with only the 11th Order, a reserve unit, left to protect it, the planet falls.but the planet falls into Klingon hands. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Sesefras Magna
        • Giant gas planet. "The bright orange curve that filled over half the visible area was the giant gas planet Sesefras Magna, where the Xaxisian battleships docked, and just rising over its horizon was a small cool blue moon, Epun."
    • Setlik III
        • Location of a Cardassian prison from Miles' past, from various episodes.
        • Miles tells Sisko about the tie he got 13 men safely off the surface of Setlik III, and the next thing he knew he was the tactical officer on the Rutledge. (Season 2 episode Paradise)
        • Location of the Cardassian prison that Miles told Keiko about - the torture that the Cardassians inflicted on their prisoners. Also where Miles’ old friend Boone died. The “Boone” Miles meets later is a fraud. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
        • Bashir mentions to Keiko - example of something Miles recovered from, to show that he'll recover from his Argrathi imprisonment as well. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
        • Garak mentions Miles' war story - killing Cardassians while liberating the Barrica Encampment from Setlik III. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Sheva II
        • 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)
    • She'Ka'Ree
        • Planet of Vulcan legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
    • Sigma IV
        • Planet the stranger mentions to Carmody: Only last week I appeared on Sigma IV as a giant bat with the Notification in my beak, only to discover that my recipient was a member of the water-lily family.
    • Sigma X
        • Planet that Michael Burnham mentions: "It'll make Sigma X feel like a vacation." (Season 3 episode That Hope is You, Part 2)
    • Sigma-957 New record added 5/22/2021
        • Class 4 world where a sensor picked up diridium, byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Sihnon
        • Planet where inara was born, which she describes as "An ocean of light". Where many Registered Companions undergo training in the spiritual and physical arts they are known for. (Episode Bushwacked)
    • Simperia
        • Weyoun: From Atbar Prime to Regulak IV, from Simperia to Quinor VII, our forces eliminate a total of 18 rebel bases. With the rebellion crushed, nothing can impede our March to final victory. Truly, this is a great day for the Dominion. (Season 7 episode The Dogs of War)
    • Skako Minor
        • Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch launch a dangerous rescue mission under the assumption that Echo might be alive. Their last infiltration leads them to Skako Minor, where after a brief skirmish with the natives, they trace Echo's signal to Wat Tambor's facility. There they discover Echo alive, used as a living computer by the Techno Union. (Season 7 episode A Distant Echo)
        • Tech mentions the planet where Anakin, Rex, and the Bad Batch tracked down Echo, more machine than man, where he was being used as a living computer by the Tech Union. Mentioned only. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • Skillane IV
        • Planet where Nanette detects a distress signal, part of her ruse to trick Robert into letting his guard down so the crew can steal his Omnicorder (Season 4 episode USS Callister)
    • Skolnick
        • Planet in the OASIS, location of an interactive simulation of the fraternity house from the movie Revenge of the Nerds. Named after Robert Carradine's character Lewis Skolnick.
    • Slartibartfast
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to the planet designer from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

    • Snake Planet
        • After Morty gets bit by a space snake and kills it with a hubcap, Rick scans Snake Planet's culture for an anti-venom. 19 billion snakes divided into 10,000 nations all on the brink of global war over race. (Season 4 episode Rattlesnake Ricklactica)
    • Solaris
        • Distant alien planet that is almost completely covered with an ocean of gel that is eventually revealed to be a single, planet-encompassing entity.
        • Mysterious ocean planet that forces the scientists' minds that are studying it to confront their most painful thoughts and memories.
        • Fictional planet, the focus of a scientific mission that has stalled because the scientists have fallen into emotional crises.
        • Mysterious planet being studied by a team of scientists on the Solaris space station.
    • Solosos III
        • Sisko attacks the Maquis colony of Solosos III, making it uninhabitable in order to convince Mr. Eddington to surrender. He threatens, but does not have to follow through with attacking Tracken II as well. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Sorgan
        • Planet where Mando goes looking for a place for him and baby Yoda to lay low for a couple of months. There's no star port, no industrial centers, no population density, a real backwater skug hole. (Season 1 episode Chapter 4 The Sanctuary)
    • Sorna Prime
        • Planet from one of Tilly's nicknames in the mirror universe: The Slayer of Sorna Prime (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Soukara
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Spikky Remis
        • Planet visible on the row above the that Earth is on when it is revealed that the sky is actually a screen. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Spud
        • Joke TV talk show host Lenny Scott makes about the alien that Mrs. Ochmonek claims to have seen, and then recreates out of mashed potatoes à la Close Encounters: "Must be from the planet Spud." (Season 2 episode Take a Look at Me Now)
    • Squornshellous Zeta
        • Planet, home of living mattress creatures. "Arthur prodded the mattress nervously and then sat on it himself: in fact he had very little to be nervous about, because all mattresses grown in the swamps of Squornshellous Zeta are very thoroughly killed and dried before being put to service. Very few have ever come to life again."
    • St. Albans
        • Where Mal and Zoe 's old war buddy Monty requests them take his body (since he's dead, though he's not really dead) (episode The Message)
    • Stavromula Beta IV
        • Arthur can't get killed until at least until after he ducks while on the planet Stavromula Beta and Agrajag gets hit. See: Life, the Universe and Everything, Chapter 18.
    • Strom
        • In the lost episode of Spectrum, the ship is heading for the planet Strom (Season 1 episode 12 Found and Lost)
    • Sukara
        • Worf and Jadzia travel to the jungle of Sukara, location of a Dominion base, to rescue Cardassian operative Lasaran. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Site of an Imperial raid that eventually turned Kyle Katarn toward the Rebellion-from the Coded Transmission from Jan Ors to Mon Mothma regarding the reliability of Kyle Katarn in the Star Wars: Dark Forces instruction manual.
    • Sumiko III
        • Planet from holographic program on the Enterprise called "Emerald Wading Pool". Description: "From Planet Sumiko III, a safe experience."
    • Suraz
        • Following altercations with First Order forces at Suraz and OR-Kappa-2722, New Republic Commander Poe Dameron defects to the Resistance alongside members of his X-Wing team, Rapier Squadron.
    • Sybaron
        • 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)
    • Sykar
        • Planet the crew visits that the Peacekeepers have been turned into a production facility for a plant called tannot root, a plant converted to Chakan oil, which the Peacekeepers use for fuel. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Syrinx
        • A Rush-themed planet in Sector Twenty-one of the OASIS, a desolate world with rocky terrain and no NPC inhabitants.
    • Takamagahara / Takama
        • 2nd planet in the 82 Eridani system, originally named Jotunheim by Mac, Isaac, Jack and Owen as part of their Norse theme.
    • Talos IV
        • Of the eleven planets present in the Talos Star group, only the fourth is designated Class M with an oxygen rich atmosphere. (episode The Cage)
        • Planet. Computer: "One of 11 planetary bodies, Talos IV was a warp-capable M- Class planet with a thriving population, until several thousand years ago, when nuclear war caused a near-extinction-level event." (Season 2 episodes Light and Shadows, If Memory Serves)
    • Tanaab
        • Mayfeld blames Mando's condition on an accident on Tanaab: "I'm afraid you'll have to speak up to him a little bit, since his vessel lost pressure in Taanab." (Chapter 15 The Believer)
    • Tarazed III
        • Location of rendezvous between The Orville and the Krill vessel Davoro'kos. (Season 2 episode Blood of Patriots)
    • Tarsis
        • Planet, home of a creature called a fellip. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction) Crichton mentions while looking for beer. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Tartaras V
        • Planet Quark mentions to Vash attempting to persuade her not to return to Earth - tempting her with the idea of uncovered the ruins of a Rokai provincial capital. (Season 1 episode Q-Less) Quark mentions his collection of Tartaran landscapes. (Season 1 episode If Wishes Were Horses)
        • Troops takes place on the planet Tatooine during the events of Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope.
        • Mando lands in Mos Eisley on Tatooine to repair his ship following a space battle. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Mando travels to Tatooine in search of another Mandalorian, finding Cobb Vanth, the Marshal of the old mining settlement of Mos Pelgo, wearing Bob Fett's old Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Taura
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, home of the blonde Taurus woman that Starbuck and Boomer run across. (episode Saga of a Star World)
    • Taurian Alpha
        • Planet - site of a pharmaceutical research facility working to create immortality drug (Season 1 episode 5)
    • Tauron
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a planet in the Cyrannus star system, orbiting Helios Alpha.
    • Tehar
        • The runaways Kel and Eila's home planet in the Unknown Regions, recently attacked by Kylo Ren and the First Order. (Season 1 episode The Children from Tehar)
    • Tellar
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Tenjin-9
        • Planet of Zairon involved in the war with Pyr: "Tenjin-9 and Raiden have fallen. Reports have Pyr's forces appearing in-system."
    • Terosa Prime
        • Famed terraformer Professor Gideon Seyetik tells Sisko the story of the first time his wife Nidell psychoprojected Fenna on Terosa Prime. (Season 2 episode Second Sight)
    • Terra Prime
        • Also known as Earth. Home of Dwarf Star Technologies (Season 2 Episode 4 We Were Family)
    • Terralysium
        • Planet, home of the village New Eden, where one of the first three mysterious signals appeared. (Season 2 episode New Eden) Michael's mother tells Michael she never made it back to Terralysium, that she landed right back on Essof IV. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • TESS-1417
        • The second planet that Isaac finds, which turns out to show signs of intelligent life.
    • TESS-421A
        • The first planet that Isaac and Clara discover, that turns out to have been submitted a week earlier by somebody else.
    • Thagma The Old World
        • Planet the stranger mentions to Carmody: And two months before (I am using local equivalent terms, of course) while on a mission to Thagma the Old World, those fools in Similitude processed me to appear as four virgins.
    • Thailateen New record added 6/11/2021
        • The terminally ill alien child's family are from the planet Thailateen. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Thasus
        • Planet that Captain Kirk mentions to Bones, where he picked up the illegal Saurian brandy that he's drinking.
    • Thedus
        • Location of peace-keeping operation, during which the troop carrier UAS Archangel was destroyed by enemy attack, while under the command of A.J. Dallas. (Nostromo Crew Profile for A.J. Dallas, The Alien Legacy DVD)
    • Theed
        • Shaak shepherd Peppi Bow's home planet. (Season 1 episode Blue Shadow Virus) Rumors that the Gungans plan to aid the Separatists in an attack on Theed force Senator Amidala home to Naboo, accompanied by Anakin Skywalker. (Season 4 episode Shadow Warrior)
    • Thelonius
        • A father tells his son he's not going to die because he's actually an immortal alien from the planet Thelonius, that he was sent down in a capsule his parents. Like Superman. (Season 3 episode East/West Bowl 2)
    • Theta Cygni XII
        • Several planets are infected with neural parasites, including Levinius V, Theta Cygni XII, Ingraham B and Deneva. (Episode Operation -- Annihilate!)
    • Theta Draconis IV
        • Planet where Bortus discovered that Locar was attracted to females. "Our ship was docked at Theta Draconis IV. As I was the most junior officer, I stood watch while most of the crew, including Locar, took shore leave. The captain was sympathetic and took two hours of my watch so I could visit the planet. I decided to surprise Locar. It was there that I found him with a Thetan woman." (Season 2 episode Deflectors)
    • Theta VII
        • Planet in bad need of highly perishable medical supplies from the USS Yorktown. (Episode Obsession)
    • Timor II
        • Ezri's mother owns a large Pergium mining facility in the Sappora System - used to the 6th largest, before the Ferengi found a large deposit on Timor II a few years ago. (Season 7 episode Prodigal Daughter)
    • Tonnata VII
        • Planet where the Comtaxan parasite that is used to threaten Captain Lorca is from (Season 1 episode 12 Vaulting Ambition)
    • Torga IV
        • Sisko and team conduct a mineral survey of the planet Torga IV, an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant believed to contain vast deposits or cormaline. (Season 5 episode The Ship)
    • Torin Prime
        • Location of planetary civil war, during which Dallas serves as pilot on the fast attack vessel UAS Leviathan, and Parker captured by J'har Rebels and imprisoned at Concentration Camp GR-161. (Nostromo Crew Profiles, The Alien Legacy DVD)
    • Torros III
        • While Sisko and team were keeping the Dominion occupied, a Starfleet-Klingon task force crossed the border into Cardassia and destroyed the Dominion shipyards on Torros III. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
    • Toydaria
        • Yoda wants to build a Republic base in the Toydarian sector. (Season 1 episode Ambush) Senator Bail Organa and Representative Jar Jar Binks travel to the planet Toydaria to convince King Katuunko to send aid to Ryloth. (Season 3 episode Supply Lines) Count Dooku sends Savage Opress to Toydaria, with directions to bring back King Katuunko alive. Savage Opress brings him back, but not alive. (Season 3 episode Witches of the Mist)
    • Traal
        • Planet mentioned in the entry for towel in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. "You can wrap it round your head to ward off noxious fumes or to avoid the gaze of the Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal (a mind-boggingly stupid animal, it assumes that if you can't see it, it can't see you - daft as a bush, but very ravenous)."
    • Tracken II
        • Sisko attacks the Maquis colony of Solosos III, making it uninhabitable in order to convince Mr. Eddington to surrender. He threatens, but does not have to follow through with attacking Tracken II as well. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Trask
        • Mando's sublight passenger, the frog lady's husband settled on the estuary moon of Trask in the system of the gas giant Kol Iben. (Season 2 episode Chapter 10 The Passenger) A black market port with a population mostly of Mon Calamari and Quarren. Mando meets Bo-Katan and her friends. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Trelka V
        • 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)
    • Trilask
        • Planet with a moon whose orbit the Scarran base Katratzi mirrors in order to avoid detection, where the crew travels to rescue Aeryn. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
    • Trill
        • Home of the Trill people.
        • When Ezri tells Sisko she is resigning her commission, Sisko tells her to go back to Trill. (Season 7 episode Afterimage)
        • The Discovery crew takes Adira, the first human to host a symbiont, or a squid, as she calls it, to the planet Trill. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Trumania
        • Joke Truman makes in the mirror: I hereby proclaim this planet Trumania of the Burbank Galaxy.
    • Tulgana IV
        • Planet protected by an ion field that restricts comms and transporters. Mariner and Boimler pilot General K'orin down to Tulgana IV in the Yosemite shuttle. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Tyree
        • Ben remains at his father's restaurant, where he experiences a vision of digging in the sand on the planet Tyree, and seeing a woman's face. (Season 7 Image in the Sand)
    • Tyrr
        • The Martian people's name for their planet: "This is the planet Tyrr," she said, "if you want to use the proper name." (Chapter: The Earth Men)
    • Tython
        • Ahsoka Tano directs Mando to an ancient Jedi temple on the planet Tython. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi) The Empire kidnaps Grogu while Mando, Boba Fett and Fennec fight off stormtroopers. (Season 2 episode Chapter 14 The Tragedy)
    • Ty'Gokor
        • According to Starfleet Intelligence, Chancellor Gowron has relocated Klingon military headquarters to Ty'Gokor, located in an asteroid field deep in Klingon space. It is probably the most heavily fortified installation in the Empire. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
    • T'Lani III
        • Bashir and Miles travel to a lab orbiting T'Lani III in an effort to help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their stockpiles of Harvesters - deadly biomechanical gene disruptors used by both sides in their centuries long war. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game)
    • T'Lani Prime
        • After Bashir and Miles help the T'Lani and the Kelleruns eliminate their biomechanical gene disruptor weapon stockpiles using Muon Rays, they are scheduled to attend a celebration on T'Lani Prime when they are attacked. (Season 2 episode Armageddon Game) EDIT.
    • Umbara
        • Hostile planet completely enshrouded in darkness, site of battle between Separatists and the Republic forces, led by General Krell. (Season 4 episode Darkness on Umbara)
    • Umoth VIII
        • 35 people had to be hospitalized on Umoth VIII after eating from public food replicators. Sabotage is suspected. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 2)
    • Unuk IV
        • Planet that Ed and Pria visit in the Orville's environmental simulator. (Season 1 episode Pria)
    • Urna
        • Kili refugees in the Federation sickbay are experience cascade failure of the nervous system brought on by misfiling proteins, something called prions. Saru and Michael Burnham believe they became ill on the planet Urna, a hub for the enrichment of unstable metals. (Season 3 episode Die Trying)
        • After arriving on Kamino, the Bad Batch are informed that General Grievous was defeated on Utapau and that the Separatist leadership has collapsed. The war is over. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
    • Vadris III
        • 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)
    • Valldon
        • Planet where Aeryn hides out, desperate and depressed, after Crichton dies. (Season 3 episode The Choice)
    • Vandor
        • Also known as Vandor-1. Snow and ice covered planet where Beckett and his crew attempt to steal the hyperfuel coaxium from an Imperial conveyex transport.
    • Vanqor
        • Rocky planet where Count Dooku has a listening station. (Season 1 episode Dooku Captured) Planet where Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker search for survivors of the crashed Jedi cruiser Endurance. (Season 2 episode R2 Come Home)
    • Varala
        • Odo's new metamorph/changeling friend Laas used to live on Varala, where he received his name, which means "Changeable". (Season 7 episode Chimera)
    • Vargos 9
        • Planet that Mika Grey mentions when The First Order shows up: Just my luck. I thought I lost those bucket heads back on Vargos 9. (Season 2 episode The Relic Raiders)
    • Vashti
        • Planet in the Qiris sector, Beta Quadrant, location of a Romulan relocation hub following the Romulan supernova. (Season 1 episode Absolute Candor)
    • Vassek
        • Luminara's stolen ship is tracked to the Vassek system, where General Grievous has a fortress on the third moon of the planet Vassek. (Season 1 episode The Lair of General Grievous)
    • Vega
        • Lone Starr and Barf crash-land the Eagle 5 on a moon of the planet Vega while helping Princess Vespa evade Dark Helmet, and where Lone Starr also learns about The Schwartz from Yogurt.
        • Mankind living on the planet Vega is threatened by a new enemy from the planet Altair, whose female population was wiped out by a mysterious disease.
    • Vega VI
        • After cross referencing the surfer's radiation through every astronomical database, Reed identifies three planets that are now lifeless and barren, including Altair VII (nod to Forbidden Planet), Rigel III (nod to Star Trek) and Vega VI.
    • Vellis Nine
        • Planet where prison gang says they know 3 from (Season 2 Episode 1 Welcome to Your New Home)
    • Vendek II
        • Planet in the Vendek system with a covariant ring system where the Orville hides from the Kaylon. (Season 2 episode Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow)
    • Vendrall
        • Small planet in the Callus Nebula where Aeryn claims Lechna - the father of her child - is from. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
    • Vergessen
        • In the 13 year-old flashback scene that kicks off the episode, Fenris Ranger Seven of Nine arrives at a facility called the Seven Domes located on the planet Vergessen in the Hypatia System, in time to rescue Icheb, from an un-anesthetized Borg part extraction procedure. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
    • Vergo
        • In May 1957, Superman finds a Kryptonian 'mind tape' which describes an adventure Jor-El had on the planet Vergo.
    • Verillia
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Vetine
        • On a mission to the planet Vetine, Luke Skywalker and Shara Bey recover two fragments of the Great Tree that once sat at the heart of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant from a secret Imperial facility.
    • Viltvodle VI
        • Planet. "Many races believe that it was created by some sort of God, though the Jatravartid people of Viltvodle VI believe that the entire Universe was in fact sneezed out of the nose of a being called the Great Green Arkleseizure."
    • Virgon
        • One of The Twelve Colonies of Man, located in an unnamed multi-star system within the Cyranus Galaxy, one of the three inner colonies, the first to be attacked by the Cylons.
        • One of the Twelve Colonies, also known as the United Colonies of Kobol, a temperate planet in the Cyrannus star system, orbiting Helios Beta.
    • Volon II
        • 43 year old male human William Patrick Samuels that Cardassians captures - and most likely tortured - came to the Federation colony on Volon II 20 years ago. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
    • Volon III
        • Miles runs into a gentleman he thinks is his old friend Boone, whom he served with on the Rutledge. "Boone” tells Miles that he settled on Volon III, on the Cardassian side of the demilitarized zone, running a ladarium mining sluice. (Season 2 episode Tribunal)
    • Voltareck III
        • Planet from Galaxy Quest episode 8 Assault on Voltareck III, the one with the hologram, the wall of fire.
    • Volula
        • Planet that attacks Earth in the form of 80s video games.
        • Thanos finds the Soul Stone Infinity Stone on the planet Vormir, a dominion of death at the very center of celestial existence.
    • Vorta Vor
        • Planet of Romulan legend. Sybok: "She'Ka'Ree, The Source, Heaven, Eden, call it what you will. The Klingons call it Qui'Tu. To the Romulans, it's Vorta Vor. The Andorian word is unpronounceable. Still every culture shares this common dream of a place from which creation sprang."
        • Vulcan homeworld, Federation planet.
        • Kira mentions not being able to spare a runabout to go all the way to Vulcan to retrieve medical supplies for Bashir. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
        • Jake's date Leanne mentions visiting the wilderness preserves on Vulcan. (Season 3 episode Life Support)
        • Jadzia mentions meeting a Cardassian writer in exile on Vulcan. (Season 3 episode Destiny)
        • Kor was the Klingon ambassador to Vulcan. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, a.k.a. Moogie, is captured by the Dominion while traveling back from Vulcan to have her lobes raised. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • 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)
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • 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)
        • Brad mentions that he's been to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) When General K'orin takes off in Boimler and Mariner's shuttlecraft, Mariner says,Classic K'orin. He did this on Vulcan. And on Earth. He steals a lot of things. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Cardassian peace negotiations are moved to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Wrigley's Pleasure Planet
        • Crewman Darnell sees the female entity on Planet M-113 as someone he knew on Wrigley's Pleasure Planet. (Season 1 episode The Man Trap)
    • Wurna Minor
        • Planet from one of Tilly's nicknames in the mirror universe: The Witch of Wurna Minor (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Xahea
        • One of the mysterious signals brings Discovery to the planet Xahea. (Star Trek: Short Treks episode Runaway, Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • Xerxes 4
        • Planet. When ALF reads a National Inquisitor article about Amazon women on Alpha Centauri, he writes a letter to let them know that they're actually another planet called Xerxes 4 (Season 4 episode Lies)
    • Yadera Prime
        • Rurigan and his people - now holograms - were originally from Rurigan before being conquered by the Dominion. (Season 2 episode Shadow Play)
    • Zeltoldimar
        • The space travelers weren't able to offer much in the way of material assistance. The automobile creatures hoped to borrow some oxygen, and to have the visitors carry at least one of their eggs to another planet, where it might hatch, where an automobile civilization could begin again. But the smallest egg they had was a forty-eight pounder, and the space travelers themselves were only an inch high, and their space ship wasn't even as big as an Earthling shoebox. They were from Zeltoldimar.
    • Zircon-212
        • But Billy Pilgrim wasn't beguiled by the back of the store. He was thrilled by the Kilgore Trout novels in the front. The tides were all new to him, or he thought they were. Now he opened one. It seemed all right for him to do that. Everybody else in the store was pawing things. The name of the book was The Big Board. He got a few paragraphs into it, and then realized that he had read it before-years ago, in the veterans' hospital. It was about an Earthling man and woman who were kidnapped by extra-terrestrials. They were put on display in a zoo on a planet called Zircon-212.
    • Zoldar
        • Fake planet from joke Roy makes when it gets out that Brian and Joe saw a UFO on their flight (Season 2 episode Plane Nine from Nantucket)
    • ZooZoo
        • Homer buys an old ambulance and becomes an ambulance driver. When Lisa asks if he needs training for that, he replies, maybe on Planet ZooZoo. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • Zorpantheon Nine
        • Planet mentioned by the teacher Rick in Morty School when one of the Mortys makes a joke in class: "Very amusing, Mr. Smith. Almost as amusing as when your first Rick was decapitated on Zorpantheon Nine - or was that your third Rick? How many Ricks have you had?" (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)

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