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Caldos (also known as Beta Octantis) was a class A9IV-V light blue star located in the space claimed by the Federation government in the galaxy's Beta Quadrant.

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The star was located in proximity to Iota Crucis, Gamma Hydra and Deep Space 6, near an arm of the Romulan Star Empire. Caldos was known to Humans as being visible from Earth in the Octans constellation, about 140 light-years distant.

The Caldos star system was the location of the planet Caldos II, the home of Caldos colony. (TNG episode: "Sub Rosa"; ST reference: Star Charts)

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Stars, systems and objects of the Octans constellation
1020 OctantisBeta Octantis (Caldos)Nu OctantisPsi Octantis
Caldos colony
Caldos colony (Caldos II, Beta Octantis star system, the galaxy's Beta Quadrant)
Caldos residents Beverly Howard • Felisa HowardMaturinMcFlyNed QuintRonan (anaphasic energy lifeform) • Vader Federation icon image. the galaxy's Beta Quadrant icon image.
infrastructure weather modification network
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (C)
C-71C-111CaberhardtCada-XCaerulumCalibusCalidanCaliphCalkaCalthosCalufraxCalydonCambraCamporCamusCandidaCantosCapernaCapulonCarmara 712CarmolCarmunCarnerCarrayaCarrekCarsiukCarxalCasmusCaspanCaspanCassiopeia DeltaCastoraCastrolaCawleyCelethCelosCenturiCephenesCerberusCerebusCeriunCerkekCerkerCernenCernialCerralCersiunCersolCertax AlphaCerzomCerzosCeti AncitesCetusCevrincChapinCharulhCheron VIChi ScorpiiChiarosCholmondeleyChononChristofiChronianChrysalisCillersCita LagaClaneiaClavisClytomenesCogenColistarrComarConstinaCopernicusCorCordivalCorillCorolaCorosCorrekCorsenCorvidaeCossinaCryblonCrytoktsCulunCuralonCygnia MirosCymkoeCymonCynurCyonis Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (C) CaitCaldikCapellaCapricorn ArdayCardassiaCebelraiCeltrisCharaChi HerculisChin'tokaClarusCor CaroliCorwinCuellarCygnia MinorCzar'ak Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (C) CalbridenCalderCaldosCanis MinorisCanopusCarinae DeltaCastorCestusCetiCeti AlphaChaltokCheron systems: Cheron (83 Leonis) (Cheron A, Cheron B) • Cheron (Omicron Gruis)Chi-1 OrionisChi'tanChironChortCiatellaCimeraCoridanCorvusCursaCygnet Beta Quadrant icon image.

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