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Beton was a star with an associated system, located somewhere in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants.

History and specifics[]

The Beton system's orbit was the location of a number of worlds, including third planet Beton III, home of the Collector and his museum of aircraft and groundcars.

In the year 2267, as the starship USS Enterprise reached the outskirts of the Beton system, James T. Kirk wondered what could be learned about its star and six planets. An automated flying saucer suddenly approached from astern and fired on the Enterprise. After disabling it, a boarding party recovered kidnapped pilot Wallace Hawkins and his G-50X rocket plane, which had recently been hijacked from Earth orbit. With no evidence found of the saucer's origins, the Enterprise proceeded to Beton III, which could support humanoid life. (TOS comic: "The Collector")

System makeup[]

Beton system primary star
  • Beton I
  • Beton II
  • Beton III
  • Beton IV
  • Beton V
  • Beton VI

Appendices[]

Connections[]

Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (B)
B HydriBabylusBahrBakadaBaldurBalkaBallionBandorBarakBaranBardeezaBardexBarklayBarnard 183Barnard 392BarthaBartunuBarzanBatenBawBaxakBejarusBelariusBelaruzBelmaraBenarBennusBenziBerakBernayBerryBersallisBersusBestariBetaBeta 6Beta ArantialusBeta ArgothaBeta ArietisBeta BoraBeta CanzandiaBeta CassiusBeta CepheiBeta CorvelaBeta DamoronBeta EnerasBeta EpsilonBeta ForminiaBeta HerculaniBeta HydraBeta Hydra 378Beta HydrosBeta IndiBeta JalonisBeta KupsicBeta LaerasBeta Li'odoBeta MagellanBeta MaradaBeta MaradiBeta MariotiaBeta MinoraBeta MyamidBeta NiobeBeta NirobiBeta NorabBeta OrigiiBeta OrsilakBeta OrvisBeta PaugdiBeta PentheBeta PortolanBeta PrometheusBeta ProximaBeta QuaternasBeta ReticuliBeta RigalaBeta RigaliaBeta ScoraataBeta TarsusBeta TriaranBeta Ursae MinorBeta VeldonnaBeta VirgilisBeta XaridianBeta'ElanBetonBetrisius MajorBeyvenBikesBiliuzBimiokBimumBiraBiranBiruinBisiulBisoxBixiemBletayilBlysBoacoBolarusBoliusBomelli 709BoquBorBorakaBorealBorgiaBorigrassBoristarBoron 437BoruBoteinBoxiezBracasBraslotaBre'elBrentisBringloidBrinus ZetaBrutusB'SaariBygoth Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (B) BahamBajorBalancarBalosneeBarnard's StarBehr'akBeneciaBerengariaBeta 16 CetiBeta AndromedaeBeta AquilaeBeta AurigaeBeta BoötisBeta Canum VenaticorumBeta CetiBeta Comae BerenicesBeta Coronae BorealisBeta CygniBeta DelphiniBeta DraconisBeta HerculisBeta LyraeBeta Maxim 437Beta OphiuchiBeta PerseiBeta Piscis AustralisBeta RennerBeta TauriBeta TrianguliBeta Ursae MajorisB'hava'elB'liiBryma Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (B) Ba'ajaBaldukBaroliaBarradasBeidBelakBellatrixBenzarBeta AntaresBeta Canis MinorisBeta CarinaeBeta CentauriBeta ColumbaeBeta EridaniBeta GeminorumBeta HydriBeta LankalBeta LeonisBeta Leonis MinorisBeta OctantisBeta OrionisBeta PavonisBeta Pavonis JK-838Beta PictorisBeta RigelBeta StromgrenBeta TheseusBeta ThoridorBeta VirginisBeta VolantisBetelgeuseBlack StarB'MothBolarusBoragiBorethBortasBorkaBresharBrestantBuqretBuruk Beta Quadrant icon image.

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