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Deep Space Station K-7 was a civilian-owned Federation space station located near Sherman's Planet and the Klingon border. The station was also called Deep Space K-7. (ST website: The Path to 2409)


2256 Beta Quadrant star chart showing Deep Space Station K-7.

In 2267, it was the site of storage for quadrotriticale destined for Sherman's Planet. The USS Enterprise responded to a distress call from the station, which turned out to be false. The Enterprise transferred guards to the station to protect the grain. (TOS episode: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

The crew of Deep Space 9 were brought to the station from 2373, when Arne Darvin used the Bajoran Orb of Time to transport the USS Defiant back in time, so he could kill Captain Kirk. The crew were able to find the tribble Darvin had a planted a bomb in and saved Kirk's life. (DS9 episode: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

By the 2340s, K-7 had fallen into disrepair and the station hadn't been upgraded or refitted in decades. In 2343, Lieutenant Commander Elias Vaughn met Lorgh in the station's bar and discussed the continued problem between the Klingons and Cardassians on Raknal V and about the rising threat of the Romulans. (ST - The Lost Era novel: The Art of the Impossible)

By 2376, Deep Space Station K-7 had become known for being a location where stolen goods were sold. (TNG - Gateways novel: Doors Into Chaos)

In 2391 unsuccessful peace talks were held between the Klingon Empire, Gorn and Nausicaans at the station; these only lasted for two days before an explosion and subsequent murder of a Klingon extremist (the body was ejected into space but had snagged onto the outside of the station). (ST website: The Path to 2409)

In 2405, Starfleet Captain Shir th'Talias was the station's commanding officer. By 2409, the station had been moved into orbit around Sherman's Planet, and Naomi Wildman became the station's new commander. However, the station was still severely outdated, and was still dangerously close to the border with the Klingons. Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and Mercedes Santiago were also stationed on the station in 2409. (ST website: The Path to 2409; STO video game: Star Trek Online)

The SCE eBook: Oaths states that K-7 was located a week's travel away from Sherman's Planet, which is seemingly consistent other sources.

Personnel and residents



K-class space stations
Federation, Starfleet Asobi StationArchernar IV contact stationAlhena StationDeep Space Communications Link StationDeep Space Station K-7Deep Space K-11Deep Space Station K-12Deep Space Station K-13Deep Space Station K-22Deep Space Station S-8Drozana Station (variant) • JutterdonStarbase 2Starbase 9Starbase 14Starbase 56Penal Colony 47 {{{2}}} icon image. {{{2}}} icon image.
Federation, civilian Asobi StationDeep Space Station S-8Deep Space Station S-12 {{{2}}} icon image.
Federation, Starfleet
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Klingon Empire, Defense Force Alhena Station {{{2}}} icon image.
Terran Imperial Starfleet Neptune Station {{{2}}} icon image.
Federation starbases
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Kelvin timeline Starbase 1Starbase 76Starbase 82Starbase 91Yorktown Station
Deep Space Stations 123456789 (I)9 (II)1012253C-15E-5G-6HubbleK-2K-5K-7K-8K-10K-11K-12K-13K-22KR-1KR-3L-6M-20M-33R-5Portal 1
Kelvin timeline K-5K-7K-4K-11
Eta Eridani sector block
Aldebaran sector Aldebaran (Aldebaran A, Aldebaran B, etc.: Aldebaran IAldebaran IIAldebaran IIIAldebaran IV) • AzhaBeta Leonis Minoris (Beta XII-A) • Deep Space Station K-7Sherman system (Sherman's Planet) • Traelus (Traelus II)
Archanis sector Ajilon system (Ajilon Prime) • Archanis system (Archanis IV) • GanaldaOtha
Donatu sector AlhenaBepi 113Cursa system (Cursa) • Donatu (Donatu V) • Drozana (Drozana Station) • Ker'rat system (Ker'rat) • Starbase 157 (Starbase 157 system)Zibal (Zibalia)

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