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Denobula was a planet located in the space of the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant, a class M planet located in orbit of the Denobula Triaxa star system, homeworld to the Denobulan civilization.

There is just a single large continent on Denobula which by the mid-22nd century contained a population of approximately 12 billion inhabitants. Due to the crowdedness of their homeworld Denobulans learn early in life to allow ample time to reach their destinations, in case of delays. (ENT episode: "The Catwalk"; ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: A Choice of Futures)

In 2158, a Romulan force led by Admiral Mindar boarded a spaceport orbiting the planet, having everyone aboard murdered. He then ordered the Denobulan people not to interfere at which point Mindar ordered an attack on the planet from his fleet of ten Romulan battle cruisers. Three million Denobulans on the planet's surface were killed. (ST reference: Federation: The First 150 Years)

Following the founding of the Federation, Denobula was reluctant to sign on as a member, so long as the Federation maintained a ban on genetic engineering. Even though Federation President Thomas Vanderbilt was willing to back down enough to explore relaxing the ban for lifesaving therapies. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: A Choice of Futures)

In the mid-23rd century, the national reserve bank in the capital city was broken into. The thief or thieves stole nearly three hundred million credits' worth of ancient gemstones. The crime was unsolved by August 2267, but Lieutenant Haniff Jackson of Starbase 47-Vanguard suspected one Joshua Kane as the culprit. (VAN novel: Precipice)

In 2384, the Department of Temporal Investigations opened a branch office on Denobula with Marion Dulmur serving as the assistant director, to allow a stronger DTI presence towards the spinward border of the Federation. As well as to allow closer coordination with the temporal management agency of the Ferengi Alliance. (DTI eBook: The Collectors)

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planets visited by the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
EarthElamin IXAlgenib IISalva IVChiaros IVKendarayDenobulaGalor IVGornarBetazedRaknal VBa'kuHalkaPrimus IVGemworldTaDBlossom IVTerra GalanBajorNarendra IIIPelleus VSolosos IIIDavlos VICygnet IVMyrmidonTezwaKolarus IIIRomulusTolochon IIDokalaan homeworldDokaalan colonyCarreaDelta Sigma IVGorsach IXTrophy WorldRamatis IIIFromander IVVulcan

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