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Barak VII (also known as Barak-7) was a planet located somewhere in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants, the seventh planet in orbit of the Thorian-V star system.

History and specifics

The planet's surface had areas of rocky, mountainous terrain with available plant life, and was the homeworld of a humanoid civilization, the Barak-7 natives. The natives were at a primitive stage of development in the 23rd century, gathering in tribal groups around warlords, using cudgels as their weapons of choice. Their religion and mythology were simple concepts centered around worshiping a Dragon God imaginied in the image of the planet's reptile lifeforms, and offering sacrifices and making idols to win the favor of the god's magic.

Captain James T. Kirk, in his captain's log, described Barak-7 as a "lush blue world" in his log entry on stardate 7673.6. The Federation starship Enterprise visited for the purpose of accumulating data on the properties of Barak-7's unique magnetic field, a field so powerful that it seriously disrupted communications facilities and rendered transporters inoperative. (TOS comic: "Domain of the Dragon God!")


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planets visited by the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (2273-2285)
James T. Kirk's second five-year mission (2273 - 2278)
2273 EarthNelestraLorinaSherman's PlanetEarthStarbase 16 planetYannid VIAndrea IVOmega IXTuragesMoonsek897-JOJCalibus VIIEarthManliktGrokhShadirToltan MoonForma VIAgena IVTarsus IITelosAbarisMycenaStarbase 8 planetBarak VIICragon VAndronicusStarbase 28 planetPersephone IISherman's PlanetRakatan
2274 MestikoHus-24SarsithiaVulpecula 12 IVIskoniaHamal IV (Starbase 18) • MimitEarthThoris Amarnis IVZeta-AtezArgus IVCytheriusPhaetonHephaestusZeta Reticuli IIStarbase 9 planetMiaplacidus VValerianGoran IVNordstralHelvaZaran II
2275 EarthFlyspeckVulcanFeeniks-Denn IVNova EmpyreaYkoMiri's homeworldPerinda IVOblik IIIGarrus
2276 Sigma 1212Zenna IVDuran XIIParides IVLevaeri VArtaleirh
2277 Manark VMurakami IXLycos VVarda IIIMyraKhepriPollox IVUpsilon Xi IIILieberman's WorldMacedon IIIMarris VOmicron Theta VAyin Aleph IIILam Qaf Kha IIKappa Rho IV
2278 CathyGranotoulomines planetHippocrates IVDekkanarAkkallaEarthBelle Terre
Spock's command (2278 - 2285) Bright TreeKaferiaMestikoEarthFortenueCirce VIThieurrullStarbase 12RegulaEarthHellguardEarthDelta IVRatorYkoMestikoEarth
Admiral Kirk's command (2285) EarthRegula IGenesis PlanetAzphariOrganiaBeta Epsilon VIBabelVulcanRomulan planetoidEarthGenesis Planet

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