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The following is a list of unnamed stars.

By planet Edit

By system Edit

Alpha and Beta Quadrants Edit

Argolis Cluster star Edit

Argolis Cluster star

A star in the Argolis Cluster

In 2368 the USS Enterprise-D hid in the chromosphere of this star. (TNG: "I Borg")

Arkonian planet sun Edit

An unnamed planet claimed by the Arkonians had a nearby sun, which caused issues for an Arkonian and Human that were stranded on a moon of the planet in 2151. (ENT: "Dawn")

Badlands star Edit

Badlands star, Heart of stone

A star in the Badlands

This star in the Badlands was orbited by a gas giant which itself was orbited by at least one moon. (DS9: "Heart of Stone")

Borg renegade star Edit

Borg renegade star

The star of Lore's Borg planet

In 2370, the USS Enterprise-D lured a Rogue Borg ship into this star's corona and destroyed it with a solar flare. (TNG: "Descent, Part II")

Class L planet's sun Edit

An Unnamed Alpha and Beta Quadrant planets#Class L planet (2373) where Odo and Quark crashlanded in 2373 had a sun that was described by Odo as not much of a sun. Despite this, it shone light on the planet. (DS9: "The Ascent")

Deinonychus system star Edit

Deinonychus VII moon and star

Sun and moon of Deinonychus VII

This star was orbited by Deinonychus VII. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

Dyson sphere star Edit

Dyson sphere star

A star inside a Dyson sphere

This G-type star was located at the center of a Dyson sphere discovered by the USS Enterprise-D in 2369. (TNG: "Relics")

Exo III sun Edit

As of the 23rd century, the sun of Exo III's system had been fading for half a million years. As it did, the inhabitants moved underground.

The sun might conceivably be named on a fact sheet on the planet that appeared in the episode but was unreadable on screen. The word "orbit" can be deciphered on the graphic.

Kataan star system star Edit

The primary of the inhabited Kataan star system went nova aproximatly a thousand years before the 2360s. This event was heralded by Droughts on an inhabited planet in the system, Kataan. (TNG: "The Inner Light")

Klingon star Edit

Klingon star, Redemption II

A star in Klingon space

In 2368 during the Klingon Civil War, Kurn used a clever technique of engaging warp drive near this star's surface, causing a solar flare which destroyed the two Klingon pursuers. (TNG: "Redemption II")

Kuiper belt star Edit

Kuiper belt star

A star orbited by a Kuiper belt

In 2375 Odo and Weyoun 6 hid from 4 Jem'Hadar attack ships in the Kuiper belt of this star. (DS9: "Treachery, Faith and the Great River")

L-class planet's sun Edit

The USS Olympia crashed on an unnamed planet orbiting a sun. Captain Lisa Cusak survived for a time, and only after some time on the planet saw the sun rise. (DS9: "The Sound of Her Voice")

M24 Alpha system suns Edit

The M24 Alpha system had a trinary sun. (TOS: "The Gamesters of Triskelion")

Monac sun Edit

In 2375 General Martok and Lieutenant Commander Worf successfully destroyed the shipyards using just the IKS Rotarran, by triggering a solar plasma ejection from a magnetic instability on the Monac sun. (DS9: "Image in the Sand", "Shadows and Symbols")

Organia sun Edit

During the First Federation-Klingon War, James T. Kirk tried to warn the Organians that Klingons would move against their planet "as surely as your sun rises". (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

Pentarus system sun Edit

The Pentarus system had a sun, which caused very hot temperatures on the habitable Lamda Paz moon located in the system. (TNG: "Final Mission")

Psi 2000 sun Edit

The planet Psi 2000, once remarkably like Earth, became a frozen wasteland after its sun "went dark". (TOS: "The Naked Time")

Red giant Edit

Azati prime

A star near Azati Prime

This unnamed red giant was located at coordinates 1127.4 by 4052.0 by 3901.1 in the Delphic Expanse. It was the primary star of a star system. (ENT: "Stratagem", "Azati Prime")

Risa suns Edit

Risan sunset

Binary stars setting over the Temtibi Lagoon on Risa.

Risa had two suns, which were described as "hot". (DS9: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

Romulan system primary Edit

Romulan system map

Romulan sun

This was the star around which Remus orbited. One side of Remus never saw the sun, and neither did Shinzon while he was exiled there. (Star Trek Nemesis)

Both dialogue and the graphic shown in Nemesis suggest a single sun, in contradiction to the Star Trek Maps (page 29) and The Worlds of the Federation (page 148), which both place the Romulan star system around a binary star system of two White dwarves.

Sector 1156 star Edit

Sector 1156 star

A star in Sector 1156

This star in Sector 1156 was orbited by the D'Arsay archive which at first appeared to be a rogue comet. (TNG: "Masks")

Sector 396 Star Edit

In 2266, the USS Enterprise rendezvoused with Haftel's transport near this star in Sector 396. (TNG: "The Offspring")

Sigma Draconis star Edit

Sigma Draconis system

The Sigma Draconis primary

The primary of the Sigma Draconis system was classified as spectral type gamma-9.

The position of this yellow dwarf star was depicted on a system map that was displayed on the main viewscreen of the USS Enterprise bridge in 2268. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

According to the Star Trek: Star Charts (pgs. 19, 44), it was named Sigma Draconis and located in Sector 004 (Sigma Draconis sector).

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Supernova of 2387 Edit

In 2387, a star in close proximity to Romulus went supernova and threatened the galaxy. To stop the threat, Ambassador Spock used red matter to create a black hole which consumed the star's energy. Before he could successfully carry out his mission, however, the supernova reached Romulus, destroying the planet and all of its inhabitants. Among those killed were the wife and unborn child of Nero, who swore vengeance against Spock, Vulcan, and the Federation for letting his world die. While Nero confronted Spock, both of their ships were pulled into the black hole which had consumed the star, sending them back in time and resulting in the creation of the alternate reality. (Star Trek)

Background Edit

Having a supernova threaten the entire galaxy is a physical impossibility under normal circumstances due to the laws of physics limiting its expansion rate to below the speed of light, and the expansion of the blast wave would result in it eventually dissipating, making it virtually impossible for it to cause severe damage to a warp-capable society such as the Romulan Star Empire, let alone the entire galaxy. This discrepancy was explained several different ways in non-canon works.

In the comic book series Star Trek: Countdown, this star and its system were named "Hobus". The comic explained that the star's galactic threat came from its unusual ability to transform anything it contacted into energy, which it then consumed, increasing its power and causing it to expand farther and faster throughout the galaxy.

The Star Trek novelization instead stated that the star had merely threatened systems in its own vicinity rather than the entire galaxy.

A third explanation appears in the backstory of Star Trek Online, which states that the shockwave propagated through subspace at faster-than-light speeds. Also in the game's backstory, a scandal occurred several years later involving rumors that the Vulcan Science Academy knew about the instability of the star but did nothing until Spock attempted to save Romulus with the Jellyfish. The scandal resulted in several resignations and sowed seeds of distrust towards the Vulcans.

It is also confirmed by the Featured Episode series "Cloaked Intentions" that Remus was also destroyed, however the Romulans and Remans still continue their prejudices towards each other. It is also revealed that the supernova was not a natural occurrence, but was engineered by then-Praetor Taris, who did so under orders from the Iconians (though she claims she was duped by her then-science officer, Hakeev of the Tal Shiar).

Tamaal's system stars Edit

Tamaal system stars

Twin stars

Tamaal was located in a binary star system. (ENT: "Canamar")

Tkon Empire sun Edit

The Tkon Empire went extinct 600 000 years ago, according to legend because their sun went supernova. (TNG: "The Last Outpost")

Gamma Quadrant Edit

Gaia sun Edit

The Gaia colony, which was wiped from history, had a sun. Before its erasure, Brota lamented that "Tomorrow we will see the sun rise again, but no one here will see it set". (DS9: "Children of Time")

J class gas giant star Edit

J class gas giant sun

A star in the Gamma Quadrant

A J class gas giant in the Gamma Quadrant was orbiting this sun. In 2372, the USS Defiant entered the atmosphere of the class J planet to rescue the crew of a Karemma ship. The Karemma were attempting to escape from two Jem'Hadar ships.(DS9: "Starship Down")

Meridian sun Edit

The planet Meridian experienced dimensional shifts, which were theorized to be somehow triggered by its sun. The sun displayed an anomaly in its fusion cycle, resulting in modulated gamma bursts. This phenomenon was studied by the USS Defiant in 2371, which also sent a probe into the sun's corona to gather telemetry. (DS9: "Meridian")

Delta Quadrant Edit

Alastria twin suns Edit

Alastria twin suns

The twin suns of Alastria

Alastria orbited these two suns. (VOY: "Prime Factors")

Borg star Edit

Borg Star

A star in Borg territory

The USS Voyager passed by an unknown star while traveling through Borg territory. (VOY: "The Gift")

Judging from the color, the Spectral class of this star may be A0 or it may be a white dwarf.

Class D planet star Edit

Class D planet sun

A sun orbited by a Class D planet

This star was orbited by a class D planet encountered by the USS Voyager in the Delta Quadrant in 2371. (VOY: "Emanations")

Ocampan sun Edit

Ocampan sun

The Ocampan sun

The planet Ocampa orbited this G-type star. (VOY: "Caretaker")

Star near rogue comet Edit

Star near rogue comet, Death wish

A star in the Delta Quadrant

In 2372, the crew of the USS Voyager encountered the rogue comet housing Quinn close to this star. (VOY: "Death Wish")

Star in Swarm species space Edit

Star in Swarm space

A star in Swarm species space

This star was located in or close to Swarm species space. It was orbited by at least one planet. Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres investigated the star system in a shuttle in 2373.(VOY: "The Swarm")

Supernova of 2373 (natural) Edit

Supernova star 1, The Q and the grey

A star in the Delta Quadrant

This star went nova in 2373. The rare event was observed by the the crew of the USS Voyager. (VOY: "The Q and the Grey")

Supernova of 2373 (caused by Q) Edit

Supernova star 2, The Q and the grey

A star in the Delta Quadrant

This star went nova in 2373. The supernova was caused by the Q Civil War. The USS Voyager entered the Q Continuum through this supernova. (VOY: "The Q and the Grey")

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