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Delta Aquilae was a binary star system consisting of two type F white stars.

History and specifics[]

Delta Aquilae was located in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant and was visible from Earth in the constellation of Aquila. (ST reference: Star Charts)

In 2372, the Federation Science Council dispatched a subspace transmission to all starship commanding officers and xenoarchaeological teams with a list of recently discovered Alpha Quadrant worlds that could serve as example for Hodgkin's Law. This included Delta Aquilae IV, home to a species biologically similar to the Tellarites but culturally reminiscent of Victorian era England on Earth. (Star Trek Adventures module: Alpha Quadrant Sourcebook)


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Stars, systems and objects of the Aquila constellation
31 AquilaeAlpha Aquilae (Altair)Beta Aquilae (Alshain)Delta AquilaeMu Aquilae (Mu Aquilae A (Tyberius)) • Zeta Aquilae (Deneb el Okab)
Planets and planetoids: Altair IIIAltair IVAltair VIAltair VIIBeta Aquilae IIZeta Aquilae
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systema (D)
DaffodonDagemDak-AlphaDakiakDaledDanae VictoriaDanara 5986DanianDantarDantonDanulaDaranDark HorseDarosDar'shintaDauouuyDavidulDaxuraDD TauriDedderacDekianDelanosDeliorDeliusDellatonDellerenDelmasDelosDelta (Delta Principius/Delta Triciatu)Delta ArietisDelta ArlanaDelta CassiopeiaeDelta CyannaDelta DariusDelta FuegoDelta GammaDelta GammaDelta IndusDelta KhinahDelta MajorisDelta NeezottDelta OmegaDelta Principius/Delta TriciatuDelta SigmaDelta ThetaDelta VaraDelta VegaDelta Zeta 785DemeterDenabDeneb KaitosDenkirDenocetDenroDerenjaDetriaDevnarDevonaDexelDextera 273Dhum'QhaDhu'QuaDiadDidactiDidiDigifalDilyutDinarDisDisuzDixiakDizokDolcanDonovan's StarDon'zaliDoonaDoralaDoskaDouruineDoxiezDozoxDragoDrakenDramiaDraomnDraxis IIDrexlerDridDrixaneDundeeDuosetelDuraianaDuralaDuranDuviniax Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (D) DannusDavonDelaviDelkarDelta AquilaeDelta AurigaeDelta HerculisDelta Pegasi (Delta Pegasi ADelta Pegasi B) • Delta Ursae MajorisDenabDeneb systems: (DenebDeneb KaitosDeneb el Okab) • Denobula TriaxaDevidianDnocesDoltecDopteriaDorvanDraco MinoraDraco Omega 371Draco UrsulaDraygoDraylonDreonDubhe Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (D) D'deridexDa'KelDanteriDasha VertaDavlosDayosDelphicDelta CanarisDelta CorviDelta DoradoDelta EridaniDelta GeminorumDelta HydriDelta LeonisDelta LeporisDelta OrcusDelta PavonisDelta PhoenicisDelta RanaDelta VelorumDenebolaDenevaDeniusDerexDesotrianaDessicaDevolinDevorasDevorrenDevronDewaDimorusDinasiaD'KorinDonatuDrovnaDumok'azen Beta Quadrant icon image.

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