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Axion traveled through the stars for the next fifty-five years, searching from within the [[Star Chamber]] for another suitable planet to land on and colonize. Due to the loss of Erigol, the energy was severely limited, and every effort was made to conserve. Finally, in 1574, Axion settled onto a planet they named [[New Erigol]] and recolonized. The Caeliar worked quickly to build [[Dyson sphere|shells]] around the planet and sun, harnessing its power and isolating themselves from the outside universe. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|Destiny}}|Mere Mortals}})
 
Axion traveled through the stars for the next fifty-five years, searching from within the [[Star Chamber]] for another suitable planet to land on and colonize. Due to the loss of Erigol, the energy was severely limited, and every effort was made to conserve. Finally, in 1574, Axion settled onto a planet they named [[New Erigol]] and recolonized. The Caeliar worked quickly to build [[Dyson sphere|shells]] around the planet and sun, harnessing its power and isolating themselves from the outside universe. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|Destiny}}|Mere Mortals}})
   
Axion remained on New Erigol undisturbed for hundreds of years until in [[2381]], the {{USS|Titan}} inadvertently stumbled upon their location, and they too were invited to be the permanent guests of the Caeliar rather than displacing the ship. Titan was later able to escape from New Erigol with the aid of Captain Hernandez, who later formulated a plan with fellow Starfleet Captains [[Jean-Luc Picard]], [[William Riker]], and [[Ezri Dax]] to convince the Caeliar to bring Axion to the Azure Nebula and use it's [[Omega molecule]] Generator to lure the Borg armada back to the nebula. Upon its arrival, the thousands of [[Borg Cube]]s attempted to assimilate and, later, destroy the city ship to no effect. Once the Collective was disbanded, the city-ship flew off into the universe with its fleet of altered cubes to meet and protect "worthy" races. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|Destiny}}|Lost Souls}})
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Axion remained on New Erigol undisturbed for hundreds of years until in [[2381]], the {{USS|Titan}} inadvertently stumbled upon their location, and they too were invited to be the permanent guests of the Caeliar rather than displacing the ship. Titan was later able to escape from New Erigol with the aid of Captain Hernandez, who later formulated a plan with fellow Starfleet Captains [[Jean-Luc Picard]] [[William Riker]] and [[Ezri Dax]] to convince the Caeliar to bring Axion to the Azure Nebula and use it's [[Omega molecule]] Generator to lure the Borg armada back to the nebula. Upon its arrival, the thousands of [[Borg Cube]]s attempted to assimilate and, later, destroy the city ship to no effect. Once the Collective was disbanded, the city-ship flew off into the universe with its fleet of altered cubes to meet and protect "worthy" races. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|Destiny}}|Lost Souls}})
   
 
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