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Edren [1], also known as the Metron system [2], was a binary star system [3] located at coordinates 2466 PM [4] in the Celes sector [1] of the galaxy's Beta Quadrant [1] [5]. It was the home system of the Metron Consortium [2].

History and specifics[]

The Metron system's orbit was the location of ten planets. The system was located in Quadrant 3 South in the general vicinity of Deep Space Station K-12 and the Arcadian system. (ST reference: Star Trek Maps)

STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "In the Shadow of Cestus" stated that the system contained three planets, with Metrons creating the fourth in 2267.

It was a binary star system with two G class yellow stars. (TOS - Unlimited comic: "The Veteran")

It was located in the southern region of the Beta Quadrant. (Star Trek Adventures RPG module: Beta Quadrant Sourcebook)

It was at least 22.3 parsecs from Cestus at coordinates 2466 PM.

In 2267, while pursuing the GCS Gress'sril from Cestus III, the USS Enterprise and Gorn ship were rendered inert as they passed the system, previously unexplored by the Federation. Crews of both ships watched helplessly as Captains S'alath and James T. Kirk were forced to engage in a trial by combat by the Metrons. (TOS episode & Star Trek 2 novelization: Arena)

In April 2371, the system was visited by a Gorn starship, as well as the USS Excelsior and a Klingon bird of prey. Kang and Hikaru Sulu both took shore leave there. (TOS - Unlimited comic: "The Veteran")

System makeup[]

Edren system binary stars
  • Edren I
  • Edren II
  • Edren III
  • Edren IV (Metron planet)
  • Edren V
  • Edren VI
  • Edren VII
  • Edren VIII
  • Edren IX
  • Edren X



Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (E)
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Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (E) EdasichEl NathElasi PrimeEltaninEnnarEnteliorEpsilon AurigaeEpsilon BoötisEpsilon CygniEpsilon DraconisEpsilon OphiuchiEpsilon SerpentisEta CassiopeiaeEta Coronae BorealisEta DraconisEta OphiuchiEta SerpentisEta Ursae MajorisEye of Ket-Cheleb Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (E) EdinovEisnEjul ThelniEpsilonEpsilon CanarisEpsilon Canis MajorisEdrenEpsilon CarinaeEpsilon CorviEpsilon EridaniEpsilon GeminorumEpsilon GruisEpsilon HydraeEpsilon Indi (Andoria) • Epsilon LibraeEpsilon MonocerotisEpsilon OrionisEpsilon PavonisEpsilon PhoenicisEpsilon ScorpiiEta AntliaeEta CorviEta CrucisEta EridaniEta HorologiiEta IndiEta LupiEta ScorpiiEta VirginisEye of Grun Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (M)
M-370M24 AlphaMaatMacedonMadduxMadrasMagefferusMakonMakrechaMaltharinMaluriaMalvestiaMandylionManitoba systemMAOMaqMarcanMardelva systemMariphasaMarratMarrisMavokMaynardMazdaMcCarthy systemMeezanMeir systemMeldrarMelonaMengenMenithMercaniadMeropeMesarthimMeta systemMetagaMidnightMidosMinaraMira MajMirazhMiridian systemMirosMoetarMolinusMondoloyMongoMoraMu HerculisMudorMuldorMurobis Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (M) MaazMakusMaluriaMariahMaxia ZetaMegara systemMegrezMelikMenkalinanMenzies 216MerakMirachMirishMizarMonacMu AndromedaeMu CetiMu Draconis Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (M) M'CharM43 AlphaM67 AlphaMakarMaluriaMandylorMebsutaMedusa systemMempaMenk systemMetron systemMiaplacidusMinkarMira AntliaeMorska systemMoselinaMu AraeMu Leonis AMu VirginisMutara Beta Quadrant icon image.



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