Spock (ST-06)
Spock, Vulcan male (ST-06)

Sarek (ST-03)
Sarek, Vulcan male (ST-03)

T'Pol (ENT-22)
T’Pol, Vulcan female (ENT-22)

Saavik (ST-03)
Saavik, Vulcan female (ST-03)

Species originating on Vulcan,[3] Vulcans were dedicated to a philosophy of emotional suppression in favor of total logic.[2]

Notable Vulcans



Watchtower-class starbase (TOS-53)
Watchtower-class starbase (TOS-53)

The Federation asserted its sovereignty in space space through a series of starbases, which could be located on a planet’s surface or on a space station, or a combination of both. This network of starbases provided a wide range of services; starbases could act as supply posts, recreation facilities, scientific outposts, trade hubs, and administrative centers. While all starbases provided each of these services, many were noted for their superiority in one or two specific areas.[1]


Number Type Location Quadrant
1 Surface Berengaria VII Alpha
2 Station Between Beta Auriga, Camus II; Near Betreka Nebula, Planet Q Alpha
4 Station Lyris Corridor Unk.
6 Station Past Aldebaran Unk.
7 Station Unk. Unk.
8 Station Near Pollux II Unk.
9 K-series station Near Pyris VII Unk.
10 Station Near Gamma Hydra IV; near Bassen Rift, Romulan Neutral Zone Beta
11 Surface Planet Yko Alpha
12 Station Gamma 400 System, near Deneva Beta
13 Station Pharos Unk.
14 K-series station Unk. Unk.
20 Unk. Unk. Unk.
23 Unk. Onias Sector, near Triangle border Beta
24 R-1 class station Klingon border; near Khitomer, Hromi Cluster Beta
27 Surface Near Klingon border Beta
29 Unk. Unk. Unk.
36 Unk. Along Klingon border; near Krios, Ty’gokor Beta
39-Sierra Station Along Romulan border; Kaleb sector Beta
40 Unk. Unk. Unk.
41 Unk. Unk. Unk.
44 Station Near Mariotian Sector Unk.
45 Unk. Algol II Unk.
47 (a.k.a. “Vanguard”) Watchtower class station Taurus Reach Beta
56 Unk. Unk. Unk.
63 Unk. Unk. Unk.
67 Unk. Unk. Unk.
68 Unk. Unk. Unk.
73 Unk. Unk. Unk.
74 Spacedock station Tarsas III Unk.
82 Unk. Unk. Unk.
83 Unk. Unk. Unk.
84 Spacedock station Unk. Unk.
87 Unk. Near Boraal II Unk.
92 Spacedock station Unk. Unk.
97 Surface Unk. Unk.
99 R-1 class & Spacedock stations Unk. Unk.
103 Unk. Near Minos Unk.
105 Unk. Near Klingon Border Beta
108 Unk. Unk. Unk.
113 Unk. Unk. Unk.
117 Unk. Along Klingon border, near Krios Beta
118 Unk. Unk. Unk.
123 Unk. Near Klingon & Romulan borders; near Iconia, Iccobar Beta
124 Unk. Unk. Unk.
129 Unk. Near Alpha Majoris Alpha
133 Spacedock station Unk. Unk.
137 Unk. Unk. Unk.
152 Unk. Near Canopus System Beta
153 Unk. Unk. Unk.
157 Unk. Near Acamar System, Triangle border Beta
173 R-1 class station Sector 23, near Romulan border Beta
179 Surface Unk. Unk.
180 Spacedock station Near Tholian Assembly Alpha
185 Unk. Approx. 2 years, 7 months from System J-25 at warp 9 Beta
195 Surface Nilicia Sector Unk.
200 Unk. Unk. Unk.
201 Unk. Unk. Unk.
211 Station Near Sheva System, along Cardassian border; Dorvan Sector Alpha
212 Unk. Along Klingon border; near Relay Station 47, Veridian System Beta
214 Unk. Near Penthara IV Alpha
215 Spacedock station Unk. Unk.
218 Unk. Unk. Unk.
219 Unk. Unk. Unk.
220 Unk. Near Tyken’s Rift Unk.
227 Unk. Unk. Unk.
231 Unk. Unk. Unk.
234 Surface Triangle border Beta
247 Unk. Near Romulan Neutral Zone Beta
257 Station Bajor Sector Alpha
260 Unk. Near Mar Oscura Nebula Unk.
295 Unk. Unk. Unk.
301 Unk. Near Satarran space Unk.
310 Unk. Near Alpha Trianguli; Dorvan Sector Alpha
313 Unk. Near Guernica System Unk.
315 Unk. BeTau Sector Alpha
324 Unk. Unk. Unk.
328 Unk. Near Barson II Unk.
336 Unk. Unk. Unk.
343 Unk. Near Paulson Nebula, Triangle border Beta
375 R-1 class station Kalandra sector Alpha
401 Unk. Unk. Unk.
416 Unk. Near Ogus II Unk.
440 Unk. Unk. Unk.
495 Unk. Near Marijne VII Unk.
514 Unk. Near Izar Alpha
515 Surface Scylla Sector, near Epsilon IX Sector Unk.
621 Unk. Near Tzenkethi Coalition border Alpha
718 Unk. Near Romulan Border; Sector Z-6 Beta
Farspace Starbase Earhart Unk. Unk. Unk.
G-6 Unk. Near Betazed Alpha
Lya III Unk. Near Angosia III Unk.
Montgomery Surface Unk. Unk.
Xendi Starbase 9 Unk. Unk. Alpha


Starfleet Command

Starfleet Command (ST-04)
Starfleet Command (ST-04)

The operating authority for Starfleet,[1] Starfleet Command was based out of San Francisco on Earth,[2] though command facilities were also located on major worlds and starbases throughout Federation space.[3] The Chief of Starfleet Operations oversaw a staff of admirals, each responsible for a specific region or division.[4]



Vulcan (TOS-34)
Vulcan (TOS-34)

Vulcan surface (TOS-34)
Vulcan surface (TOS-34)

Vulcan surface (ENT-79)
Vulcan surface (ENT-79)

Vulcan Surface (ST-01)
Vulcan Surface (ST-01)

Vulcan Surface (ST-01)
Vulcan Surface (ST-01)

Vulcan, a Class-M world,[2, 4] was the second planet in the 40 Eridani trinary system, orbiting 40 Eridani A.[4] Although Vulcan had no moon,[1] the planet shared an orbit with its sister world, T’Khut.[3]
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Sol System

Sol (ST-04)
Sol (ST-04)

Sol (TOS-21)
Sol (TOS-21)

Sol System (TOS-00)
Sol System (TOS-00)

Sol System (TOS-37)
Sol System (TOS-37)

Star system located in Sector 001, in the Alpha Quadrant. The parent star, Sol, was Type-G and was orbited by eight planets (though Pluto frequently switched between being considered a planet and a planetoid),[2] including Earth, and was commonly known as the Sun. The Talosians viewed an image of the Sol System and many images of Earth’s history while accessing the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701‘s computer in 2254.[1]




Luna (STSC)
Luna (STSC)

Luna, commonly known simply as “the Moon,” was a Class-D world orbiting Earth.[4] By the late 24th century, more than 50 million people lived on the Moon.[3] The Talosians viewed several images about Earth’s Moon and programs to study and explore it while accessing the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701‘s computer in 2254.[1] The Copernicus Ship Yards were located in orbit, with office facilities on the surface; the U.S.S. Hathaway NCC-2593 was built there.[2] Other points of interest on the Moon included Tranquility Base, where Apollo 11 landed in July 1969; as well as Lake Armstrong and New Berlin.[3] See also: Apollo program, Armstrong, Neil, Kennedy, John F., Lunar probe, Ranger probe.



A world with extremely low surface gravity compared to most Class-M planets. Its native people, though capable of spaceflight, rarely left their homeworld, and those that did were forced to use personal antigrav units to adapt to the gravity conditions shared by most other humanoid species. One such Elaysian was Melora Pazlar, the first of her people to attend Starfleet Academy and become an officer. The garlanic tree was a native plant.[1]


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Earth (TOS-21)
Earth (TOS-21)

Earth (ENT-78)
Earth (ENT-78)

Earth (TOS-55)
Earth (TOS-55)

Class-M. Earth is the third planet in the Sol System[1] in Sector 001[7] and homeworld of Humans. In 2254, the Talosians viewed an image of the Sol System and many images of Earth’s history while accessing the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701‘s computer.[1] Earth became one of the founding members of the United Federation of Planets in 2161,[15] following the Romulan War,[6] and served as that body’s capital.[5] Starfleet Command and Starfleet Academy were based in San Francisco,[2, 3] while the offices of the Federation President[9] and the Federation Council chamber were located in Paris.[22] The planet hosted several advanced orbital habitats,[2] Starfleet spacedocks,[4] and satellite networks, including Federation communications networks.[12]
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Deneva (TOS-29)
Deneva (TOS-29)

Deneva surface (TOS-29)
Deneva surface (TOS-29)

Deneva surface (TOS-29)
Deneva surface (TOS-29)

M-class planet considered by many to be one of the most beautiful in the galaxy, which was colonized by humans in the 22nd century,[5] and later became a Federation world.[8] It was used as a freighting line base in the region.[1] Deneva, the third planet orbiting Kappa Fornacis in the Beta Quadrant,[4] served as a key supply station for many Earth cargo ships, including the E.C.S. Horizon,[5] for at least two centuries.[2] Freighters would make regular trips from Deneva carrying supplies to the nearby asteroid belt for the miners stationed there, and bringing cargo out. Montgomery Scott was an engineering advisor on a couple of those freighter runs.[1]
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Planet, Class-M

Earth (ENT-78)
Earth (ENT-78)

Vulcan (TOS-34)
Vulcan (TOS-34)

Terrestrial. Age ranged from 3-10 billion years. Diameter was 10,000 to 15,000 km. Typically located in the Ecosphere of a planetary system. Surface water was abundant; if water or ice covered more than 80% of the surface, the planet was considered Class O or Class P. Atmosphere was primarily primarily nitrogen, oxygen, and trace elements. Contained extensive vegitation and animal life.[8] Capable of supporting carbon-based, humanoid life.[1]

The designation apparently stemmed from the Vulcan word “Minshara,” which was used to designate planets capable of supporting life.[7] Class-M planets could vary widely in color, cloud cover, and overall appearance. Most Class-M planets were characterized by a relatively thin, tectonically active crust floating on a molten rock mantle, which in turn surrounded a liquid metal outer core and a solid inner core composed of metal crystals.
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