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Alpha Persei (also known as Algenib or Mirfak) is a binary star system consisting of a small secondary star and a primary blue-white supergiant star of spectral class F5, orbited by twelve planets. It is the brightest star system in the constellation Perseus, and is located about 592 light-years from the Sol system as observed by Earth astronomers.

The Federation starships named USS Mirfak were named for this system.

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The Algenib system was initially charted by the Earth Starfleet vessel Columbia in 2159. The next close approach to the system was in the 2260s by the USS Enterprise. At that time, a closer examination of the second planet by shuttle was launched. (TOS short story: "Make-Believe")

The USS Enterprise-E visited the system and completed a mission visiting the second planet in mid-2372. (TNG - Slings and Arrows eBook: The Insolence of Office)

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Stars, systems and objects of the Perseus constellation
139 Persei (Romulus system)218 Persei29 Persei44 Persei (Zeta Persei)Alpha PerseiBeta Persei (Algol)Iota PerseiKappa PerseiLambda Persei (Typerias)Omicron PerseiPerseus ArmZeta Persei (44 Persei)
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (A)
AaamazzaraAaladAarraAberrizAbraxasAbyss AlphaAccellusAdigeonAdonoloAegis AquilaAesaAexixAhzdarAinAkersAladfarAladsoAlamedusAlbireoAlchibahAlderamAlderaminAldhanAlephAlexisianAlfas DucatAlfin-BernardAlfirkAlfrAlgeronAliothAlkaluropsAlkesAllendonAlmeisanAlnitakAlpha AldissAlpha ArietisAlpha AtaruAlpha DarwinAlpha Epsilon TauriAlpha HeliosAlpha HonorusAlpha KirikiAlpha KratoniiAlpha Marak 272Alpha NarniaAlpha NexusAlpha OmicronAlpha OrionisAlpha OrtelinaAlpha PerseiAlpha ShiroAlpha SigmaAlpha ThetaAlpha VarangisAlpha VegetisAlpha VergorisAlpha XaridianAlphardAlphaxAlsafiAltanis IdrilonAltar systemAlterfAlthosAludraAlulaAlyaAmalAmbrose's StarAmmdon systemAmonAmpolisAnaxarAndrocusAnkaaAnnobonAnrakAntedeAntiliosAntipathyApriliaArachnaeArakArcadiaArcanis MajorisArchibaldAretianArgonaArhenniusAridanesArkabArkenArktoArloffArmusArnebArnebiusArrakisArtaleirhArtemis systemArvadaAsellusAsmidiskeAsteropeAtlasAtriaAtriusAumoide PoreAuvaAX AraeAxelotAzati Prime Alphabetasym
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (A) AchirdAdhilAjirAl NathAlam'ak system (Alam'ak) • AlcorAldhibainAlferaz (Alferaz AAlferaz B) • AlgolAlmachAlmathaAlpha Andromedae (Alpha Andromedae Aalpha Andromedae B) • Alpha AquariiAlpha AquilaeAlpha AurigaeAlpha BoötisAlpha Canum VenaticorumAlpha Coronae BorealisAlpha CygniAlpha MajorisAlpha OphiuchiAlpha ProximaAlpha TrianguliAlpha Ursae MajorisAlpha-1 AndromedaeAlpha-2 AndromedaeAlpheccaAlpheratzAltairAnchaAndromedaAnkaroAnticaAntosAokiiAquilaArawathArbazanArcturusArduriaArgayaArgusArtelineAscellaAtairAtikAurelia AlphaQuadrant
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (A) AcamarAchernarAcruxAcubensAdaraAdhaferaAdharaAelasAgenaAgornuAgurthaAjilonAl NairAldebaranAlgorabAlhenaAlnilamAlpha-2 CentauriAlpha CancriAlpha Canis Minorisalpha Canis MajorisAlpha CarinaeAlpha Centauri (Alpha Centauri B) Alpha ChamaeleonisAlpha CirciniAlpha Comae BerenicesAlpha CrucisAlpha EridaniAlpha GeminorumAlpha GruisAlpha HydriAlpha LeonisAlpha MensaAlpha MonocerotisAlpha OniasAlpha PictorisAlpha PrimeAlpha ScorpiiAlpha VirginisAlpha VolantisAlpha ZetaAlungisAmarAmargosaAndoriaAngelAntaresArchanisArgeliusAviorAxanar systemAzhaAzraga BetaQuadrant

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