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  • Space Stations
    • Anderson Station
        • A tiny shipping depot almost on the opposite side of the Belt from the major port Ceres, minor distribution station for water and air in one of the sparsest stretches of the Belt.
        • Futuristic triangular space station Ark orbiting the Earth, used to send ships as far as Mars in a matter of hours.
    • Athens
        • Magnetic Acceleration Cannon space station - part of the orbital defense cluster built to protect Earth.
    • Babylon 1
        • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
        • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 2
        • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
        • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 3
        • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
        • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 4
        • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
        • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
        • Sinclair and Garibaldi travel to Babylon 4, which has become stuck in time. (Season 1 episode Babylon Squared)
    • Babylon 5
        • Space station. The last of the Earth Alliance space stations built in the aftermath of several major inter-species wars as a neutral ground for galactic diplomacy and trade. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Cairo
        • Magnetic Acceleration Cannon space station - part of the orbital defense cluster built to protect Earth.
    • Dante 01
        • Scientific space station that orbits the planet Dante.
        • Catherine reads a news report referring to the events of Star Wars Episode 4 A New Hope: "Tragedy struck today in Sector 9 as rebel terrorists blew up the Death Star, killing thousands. The rebel alliance, a fringe group of anti-Empire fanatics has claimed responsibility for the terrorist act. Fortunately, Lord Vader escaped without harm. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims.” (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Death Star I
        • Cobb Vanth tells Mando his story, mentioning both Death Stars I and II. As soon as news of the second Death Star blew up and the Empire moved up, the The Mining Collective moved in. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet of Alderaan. She jokingly asks which one. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Death Star II
        • Cobb Vanth tells Mando his story, mentioning both Death Stars I and II. As soon as news of the second Death Star blew up and the Empire moved up, the The Mining Collective moved in. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal) Imperial shuttle tells Cara Dune that he was on the Death Star when it destroyed her home planet of Alderaan. She jokingly asks which one. (Season 2 episode Chapter 16 The Rescue)
    • Deep Space 12
        • The nearest Federation starbase, where Picard plans to rendezvous with Starfleet. (Season 1 episode Broken Pieces)
    • Deep Space 253
        • Federation space station that Osyraa mentions that's been Been trading with Emerald chain mercantile for nearly a century. (Season 3 episode There is a Tide...)
    • Deep Space Five
        • Space station 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."
    • Deep Space Nine
        • Primary setting for the show, a space station built by the Cardassians during their occupation of the planet Bajor. Also the fictional space station from Sisko's visions where his alter ego is a science fiction writer in the 1950s named Benny. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars, Season 7 episode Shadows and Symbols)
        • Tom Paris meets up with Janeway and Voyager at the space station DS9. (Season 1 episode Caretaker)
        • When Janeway and Chakotay discuss B'elanna's record, she mentions DS9. (Season 1 episode Parallax)
        • Captain Picard tells Worf when he oversleeps: "I don't know how they do it on Deep Space Nine, but on the Enterprise, we still report for duty on time."
    • Douglas Station
        • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) 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)
    • Elysium
        • A luxurious space station habitat orbiting a ravaged Earth.
    • Empok Nor
        • Miles takes a salvage team to the abandoned Cardassian station Empok Nor in the Trivas System to look for a replacement plasma manifold. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
        • A Pah-Wraith Cult, now led by Gul Dukat, takes over the abandoned Cardassian space station. (Season 7 episode Covenant)
    • Eos 7
        • Space station, one of the most secure stations in the galaxy and location of diplomatic summit for the Council of Corporations (Season 2 episode 3 I've Seen the Other Side of You and Season 2 episode 13 But First, We Save the Galaxy)
    • Eros Station
        • A space station that was one of the first sites of human colonization. When the commerce of shipping moved to Ceres, Eros Station found other ways to soak money from its visitors: Casinos. Brothels. Shooting galleries. Vice in all its commercial forms.
        • Starbase from the first official mission of the Enterprise D that Data mentions - after installing his emotion chip, he finally gets a joke that Geordi told during the mission.
    • Gamma 7
        • While in pursuit of Mr. Eddington, Sisko and the crew of the Defiant enlist the help of the Federation Starship Malinche while it is on patrol in the DMZ near the Gamma 7 outpost. (Season 5 episode For the Uniform)
    • Ganymede Station
        • Space station on the Jupiter moon, known for its large domes of food crops. Also site of the mysterious monster attack that left Roberta Bobbie Draper sole surviving marine.
    • Gateway Station
        • Space station where Ellen Ripley is taken after being rescued from 57 years of hypersleep aboard the shuttle Narcissus.
    • Heaven's River
        • The name of the topopolis space habitat, the home of the aquatic humanoid otter aliens known as the Quinlans. (Heaven's River)
    • International Space Antenna
        • Roy falls from the International Space Antenna during the Surge.
    • Janah-12
        • 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)
    • K-7
        • One of the old deep space stations near the Klingon border where Sisko and the Defiant crew track Klingon Arne Darvin, and find James T. Kirk's Enterprise. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Killun Station
        • Space station operated by the Imperial Security Bureau, a part of the Galactic Empire, located on Killun-71. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Mentioned by the security technician that reprograms Chopper. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
    • Lyra-9
        • Station where the crew of the Raza purchased the ship's android (Season 2 episode 12 Sometimes In Life You Don't Get to Choose)
    • Malta
        • Magnetic Acceleration Cannon space station - part of the orbital defense cluster built to protect Earth.
    • Minori-7
        • Space station. "We're about ten hours out from the Minori-7 planetary station." (Season 3 episode Hot Chocolate)
    • New Hutchence
        • Space station orbiting Coredeau in the Trouble Brewing universe. (The Blue Room)
    • Outpost 47
        • The Sixth Order commands Outpost 61, suspected to be under attack by the Defiant - however, it is a ruse. The true victim is Outpost 47. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Outpost 58
        • The Orville picks up a new dark matter cartographer on Outpost 58 on their way to Moclus. (Season 2 episode Ja'loja)
    • Outpost 61
        • The Sixth Order commands Outpost 61, suspected to be under attack by the Defiant - however, it is a ruse. The true victim is Outpost 47. (Season 3 episode Defiant)
    • Outpost 73
        • Krill prisoner Orrin turns out to be an old friend of Gordon's, going all the way back to grade school. They were stationed on Outpost 73 together. (Season 2 episode Blood of Patriots)
    • Outpost T85
        • Lt. Gordon Malloy apparently once drew a penis on Outpost T85. (Season 1 episode Old Wounds)
    • Pelios Station
        • 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)
        • Yedrin Dax mentions the dancer on Pelios Station in order to convince Sisko that his story is true. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Phobos
        • Mars Command has confirmed that the attack on station Phobos is tied to a series of terrorist incidents directed against Earth Force. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Phoebe Science Station
        • Space station mentioned on newsfeed when Detectives Miller and Havelock are heading to the Distinguished Hyacinth Lounge: Communication problems plague Phoebe Science Station.
    • Pollux-4
        • Space station that doesn't exist yet, because the Blink Drive sends the Raza back in time 600 years (Season 3 episode Isn't that a Paradox?)
    • Port Sesefron
        • Space station. "As his tiny little cigar tube of an escape craft zipped out on the beginning of its three-day journey to the orbiting space station Port Sesefron, it rode for a few seconds a long pencil-thin beam of radiation that was starting out on a longer journey still."
    • Science Station 402
        • The station the Enterprise D is headed towards when Lietuenant Reginald Barclay gets godlike intelligence from a Cytherian probe which he uses to control everyone on the ship.
    • Skylab 14
        • Fictional 14th version of the actual Skylab space station that struck down hard rock hair band Blender Children while performing at the Greek Theater.
    • Solaris Station
        • Scientific research station hovering near the oceanic surface of the mysterious planet known as Solaris.
        • Space station orbiting the ocean planet known as Solaris.
        • Space station studying the mysterious ocean covered planet Solaris.
    • Starbase 1
        • Federation space station where several starships are docked when Nero attacks Vulcan.
        • Admiral Cornwell orders Discovery to jump to Starbase 1, Starfleet's only remaining sanctuary - but when they arrive they find that it has been taken over by the Klingons (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Starbase 12
        • Space Station where the Enterprise is headed when they run into Khan in episode Space Seed.
        • Federation starbase that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "A cloaked raider tails the USS Saratoga into spacedock at Starbase 22, then ignites its antimatter supply in a suicide mission. Days later, similar assaults are carried out on bases 19 and 12, resulting in the loss of one-third of the fleet." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Starbase 137
        • When Nog returns to the station for field study, Sisko mentions his own period of field study, which took place on Starbase 137. (Season 5 episode The Ascent)
    • Starbase 19
        • Federation starbase that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "A cloaked raider tails the USS Saratoga into spacedock at Starbase 22, then ignites its antimatter supply in a suicide mission. Days later, similar assaults are carried out on bases 19 and 12, resulting in the loss of one-third of the fleet." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Starbase 201
        • Starfleet sends the U.S.S. Constellation to the station to pick up the baby Jem'Hadar, whose eventual destination will be Starbase 201. (Season 3 episode The Abandoned)
    • Starbase 22
        • Federation starbase that Admiral Cornwell mentions during her war briefing to the Discovery crew when they return from the mirror universe: "A cloaked raider tails the USS Saratoga into spacedock at Starbase 22, then ignites its antimatter supply in a suicide mission. Days later, similar assaults are carried out on bases 19 and 12, resulting in the loss of one-third of the fleet." (Season 1 episode The War Without, The War Within)
    • Starbase 257
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Starbase 375
        • Sisko and the Defiant report to Starbase 375 for reassignment. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • After rescuing Sisko and the crew of the Defiant, Martok and the crew of the IKS Rotarran deliver them to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • The Defiant has been operating out of Starbase 375 conducting forays into Dominion controlled space. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • The episode starts with a joint mission between the Defiant and the Rotarran, before they retreat to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Starbase 401
        • After escaping from DS9, the replicant Miles opens a subspace channel to Admiral Rollman at Starbase 401 to file a report, but she orders him back to the station. (Season 2 episode Whispers)
    • Starbase 41
        • Trill host initiate Arjin mentions that he caught a transport from Starbase 41 on his way to Deep Space Nine to visit Jadzia. (Season 2 episode Playing God)
    • Starbase 46
        • Where Captain Lorca is ordered to jump instead of defending the planet Pahvo (Season 1 episode 9 Into the Forest I Go)
    • Starbase 5
        • Captain Pike reveals to Burnham that Spock is located in a psychiatric unit on Starbase 5. (Season 2 episode New Eden)
    • Starbase 621
        • Sisko is overseeing the transport of Gul Dukat to Starbase 621 for his arraignment aboard the Honshu when it is destroyed by an attack wing of Cardassian destroyers. The Constellation and the Defiant are assigned to the search party. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • Starbase 63
        • Worf and Jadzia are returning from Starbase 63 when Kira contacts them, asking them to meet an old friend of hers from Bajor. (Season 5 episode The Darkness and the Light)
    • Station 794
        • Space station ehere Captain Mercer and the Orville are sent to pick up the new first officer, his ex-wife (Season 1 episode Old Wounds)
    • Terok Nor
        • Ore processing space station that later became Deep Space Nine - still known as Terok Nor in the Mirror Universe.
        • Quark and Rom travel to to Terok Nor with Ezri's counterpart from the Mirror Universe. (Season 7 episode The Emperor's New Cloak)
    • The Tet
        • A temporary space station before the migration to Titan.
    • Tycho Station
        • The largest mobile construction platform in the Sol system, and the Belt headquarters of Tycho Manufacturing and Engineering Concern. Space station where missing Mao daughter Juliet Andromeda Mao was last employed.
    • Vegan Outpost
        • Heavy cruiser Hyperion, commanded by Captain Ellis Pierce of the Earth Alliance, was in hyperspace, en route to the Vegan Outpost, when they received a countermand order from Earth Force Command. They were ordered to report to Babylon 5 and assume control on the authority of the Office of Planetary Security. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Von Doom Industries Space Station
        • Research station owned by Victor Von Doom orbiting the Earth, where Reed Richards, Sue and Johnny Storm, Ben Grimm and Victor Von Doom are research cosmic radiation.

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