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The Argus sector is a region of space in the galaxy. It is a neutral sector near Federation territory in the Alpha Quadrant and contains locations visible from Earth in the Sagitta constellation.

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The sector was named for the star in the Argus system. (Argus sector article at StarTrek.com.)

It was a neutral sector which also contained the Omega Sagitta system. (STO mission: "Reckoning")

The sector lacked an extradition law with the Federation, making it a safe haven for Harry Mudd. (TOS comic: "It's a Living")

In the 23rd century, the starship USS Enterprise visited the sector twice. (TOS episode & Star Trek 9 novelization: Obsession, TOS comic: "It's a Living")

In 2274, the Argus IV creature, a planet-sized cosmozoan, was born in the sector. (TOS comic: "It's a Living")

In 2365, the USS Enterprise-D visited the sector. At the time, at least portions of it were under the authority of the Legation of Unity and Coalition of Madena. (TNG episode: "The Outrageous Okona")

In 2370, William T. Riker postponed the Enterprise-D's assigned mission in the sector to investigate the apparent death of Jean-Luc Picard on Dessica II. (TNG episode: "Gambit")

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sectors of the galaxy
sector blocks and their major sectors Alpha Centauri (TeneebiaSierraVendor) • Alpha Trianguli (AlgiraAlmathaDorvan) • Beta Ursae (BajorCardassiaKalandra) • Eta EridaniGamma OrionisIota PavonisOmega Leonis‎OrelliusPi CanisPsi VelorumRegulusSirius‎Tau Dewa‎TekaraVyntadiZeta Andromedae Galaxy diagram image.
other named sectors AjmanAkiganelAldebaranAllicarAlpha 19Alpha CentauriAlsuranAncharAndorAnsterraAntaresAntedianArawathArgosianArgusAriasBellatrixBelotiBeneciaBeta NiobeBeTauB'MothBolarusBoswelliaCabralCambornCampanCanopisCarrayaCelesCicadaDalmineDashaDelta VegaDenobulanDevronEerina VEliasEpsilon IXEpsilon QuinonezEpsilon Z-3Epsilon-485FoxtrotFries-PosnikoffG-5G17GallowayGameraGamma HydraGamma TrianguliGandGarimanGavariaGlesseneGlintaraGouramiGrewlerGuravaH-100HekarasHorusHromiHyralanIgoJaradanKalebKandariKavis AlphaKavrotLaganaLan'TuanaLeughonLidaraMagellanMalfabricanMarkomenMarkoniaMariotianMarrabMaxiaMekordaMinaraMoabMobiaMoranMurasakiOmegaOmicalOneamisuOphiucusParveniumPerseusPodarisProcyonQav'loSQuebecRakhariRedRegulusReydovanRhomboid Dronegar 006Rhymus MajorRomeoRukaniRutharianSamnarSargassoSelaySelcundi DremaSigma DraconisSigma-485SikarianSilarianSolTakaraTalarTangoTarodTauganTellarTerra NovaThanatosTharkianThetaTiberTintagelTrexelian 001Trexelian 002Trexelian 003Trexelian 004Trexelian 005Trexelian 006Trexelian 007Trexelian 008Trexelian 009Trexelian 010Trexelian 011TriangleTrillTyphonUmaniVandenVaskanVegaVega 6Vega-OmicronVenturiusVestaVrungVulcanV'varianWinduWodenWumparXarantineYontasaYurokZed LapisZhirrZ-6Zytchin
numbered sectors 00100200300400500600700800901012J14C16C01818J01921C02323D23H02427F02829G030031032034038038G39J047B054054R061063068H078079F90.4097108109G116T119D130134142145179204E213219A220B220A221G221H262275283396401418D4414-70492500507743-D8618759029491045115613851509160716081609215825203556364136584423196582116621185212902130521396213992145921503215052152721538216022180321834218352194722036220552209322139223092235822402227572284622849228532285822956230792309425013367643762841751417524175364238

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