- For other uses, see 40 Eridani.
40 Eridani A Starfleet Construction Yards, also known as Vulcan Space Central, was a Federation space station, a Sierra type starbase with associated shipyards located in orbit of Vulcan in the 40 Eridani system of the Vulcan sector. The station was in Starfleet and Vulcan Space Central service in the 24th and 25th centuries. (TNG episodes: "Night Terrors", "The Wounded", DS9 episode: "Second Sight", STO - "Klingon War" mission: "Diplomatic Orders")
After the loss of Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards in 2385, Lt. Commander Raffi Musiker considered the shipyards at 40 Eridani A and Beta Antares as substitutes in her plan to continue the evacuation of Romulan space. (PIC episode: "The End is the Beginning"; PIC novel: The Last Best Hope)
- USS Brattain (TNG episode: "Night Terrors")
- USS Phoenix (TNG episode: "The Wounded")
- USS Prometheus (DS9 episode: "Second Sight")
|Sierra-type starbase space stations|
|40 Eridani A Starfleet Construction Yards • Starbase 24 • Starbase 39-Sierra • Starbase 82 (variant) • Starbase 114 • Starbase 157 • Starbase 621 • Omar Station • Outpost Quebec Alpha • Tazi Station|
|Sirius sector block|
|Orion sector||Kinjer system (Kinjer Prime) • Lackey system (Lackey III) • Orion trinary system (Orion I • Orion III) • Reytan system (Reytan) • Starbase 24 (Starbase 24's system) • Una system (Una II)|
|Risa sector||Bomari system (Bomari II) • Donia system (Donia) • Gamma Orionis transwarp conduit • Imaga system (Imaga • Imaga II) • Koolhaas system (Koolhaas) • Omar system (Omar) • Tazi system (Tazi)|
|Risa system||Stars and outposts: Epsilon Ceti A • Epsilon Ceti B (Granicus binary) • Epsilon Ceti C • Epsilon Ceti Outpost|
|Planets: Epsilon Ceti B I • B II.: Risa|
|Vulcan sector||Beytan system (Beytan V) • Bhea system (Bhea) • Delta Volanis Cluster • Kei system (Kei III) • P'Jem system (P'Jem) • Pellme system (Pellme II) • Pico system (Pico) • Wolf 359 system|
|Vulcan system||Stars: 40 Eridani A • 40 Eridani B • 40 Eridani C|
|Planets and moons: I. Ket-Cheleb • II & III.: Vulcan • T'Khut (T'Rukhemai) • IV. Tel-Alep • V. Kal-Apton • VI. Kir Alep • Vulcanis VII • Delta Vega|
|This section is written
from the Real World
point of view.
The 40 Eridani yards have never physically appeared in any Star Trek series, but the dedication plaques for the Brattain, Phoenix, and Prometheus, visible in their respective episodes, list them as their yard of origin. They were first mentioned on screen my Raffi Musiker in the opening flashback of Star Trek: Picard's third episode, "The End is the Beginning".