- For other uses, see Acamar.
- StarTrek.com lists Acamar as being "50-60 light-years from Sol." The Last Unicorn RPG module: Planets of the UFP indicates that the Acamar system has only one star.
History and specifics
When Commander Tuvok of the USS Titan investigated the Borg attacks of 2381, he noticed that they had all occurred on the border between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, stretching between the Acamar and Ramatis systems. (ST - Destiny novel: Gods of Night)
By 2409, the Acamar system remained independent but was surrounded by territory claimed and patrolled by the fledgling Romulan Republic. In that year, Subcommander Mivek asked the Romulan Republican Force and the allied partners to patrol the system. (STO - New Romulus mission: "Tau Dewa Sector Patrol (Daily)")
The patrol mediated between the Acamarian clan leader and the Acamarian clan rebel. The rebel complained about some clans being pushed to the moons and outer planets of the system for operations. A Tal Shiar squadron revealed itself upon the successful mediation when they failed to instigate internecine conflict, and the Acamarians and Allies defeated the agitators. (STO - Tau Dewa Sector Patrol (Daily) mission: "Acamar System Patrol")
Planets and local bodies
- Acamar system
|Stars, systems and objects of the Eridanus constellation|
|1 Eridani (Tau-1 Eridani) • 3 Eridani (Azha, Eta Eridani) • 13 Eridani (Zibal, Zeta Eridani) • 14 Eridani • 18 Eridani (Delta Orcus, Toredar, Epsilon Eridani) • 23 Eridani (Rana, Delta Eridani) • 34 Eridani (Gamma Eridani, Zaurak) • 38 Eridani (Beid, Omicron-1 Eridani) • 40 Eridani (Keid, Omicron-2 Eridani, Vulcanis) • 59 Eridani • 67 Eridani (Cursa, Beta Eridani) • 82 Eridani • 88 Eridani • 198 Eridani • Alpha Eridani (Achernar) • Beta Eridani (Cursa, 67 Eridani) • Chi Eridani (Caleb, Kaleb) • Delta Eridani (Rana, 23 Eridani) • Epsilon Eridani (Delta Orcus, Toredar, 18 Eridani) • Eta Eridani (Azha, 3 Eridani) • Gamma Eridani (34 Eridani, Zaurak) • Iota Eridani • Omicron-1 Eridani (Beid, 38 Eridani) • Omicron-2 Eridani (Keid, 40 Eridani, Vulcanis) • p Eridani • Tau-1 Eridani (1 Eridani) • Tau Eridani Cloud • Theta Eridani (Acamar) • Zaurak (34 Eridani, Gamma Eridani) • Zeta Eridani (Zibal, 13 Eridani)|
|Tau Dewa sector block|
|Azure sector||Acamar (Theta Eridani) (Acamar Prime, Acamar III) • Azure Nebula • Carraya (Carraya IV) • Japori (Japori II) • Jouret (Jouret IV, Dyson sphere gateway) • Khitomer (Khitomer) • Suliban/Suliban system (Suliban Helix) • Virinat (Virinat)|
|Narendra sector||Archer (Archer IV) • Galorndon Core (Galorndon Core) • Gamma Eridon (Gamma Eridon II) • Gasko (Gasko II, Gasko Station) • Narendra (Narendra III) • Nequencia (Nequencia colony) • Pheben (Pheben III, Pheben V)|
|Nimbus sector||Beta Lankal (Beta Lankal (planet), Beta Lankal (planetoid)) • Beta Thoridor (Beta Thoridor) • Chaltok (Chaltok IV) • Gamma Crateris (Crateris colony) • Dewa (Dewa III ~ New Romulus ~ DiWahn) • Nimbus (Nimbus III) • Starbase 234 (Starbase 234 system)|
No history or specifics are established for this location in Starfleet Command III gameplay. The system name of Acamar was part of a list that were applied to systems on the game map, with random attributes assigned to them. In TNG video game: Birth of the Federation, the orbital configuration of the game map star systems was randomly generated each time a new game started.