|This article or subsection has an associated category.||Risa system|
History and specifics
The system is situated in the Beta Quadrant, relatively near Mazar, Paraaga, Castor, and FGC-983, in a sector on the Alpha/Beta Quadrant border. The system contained at least two planets, in orbit of the B star, the second of which was the popular tourist destination, Risa. The system was also adjacent to a major space lane, running out of Beta Rigel. (ST reference: Star Charts)
- The system has an ID code of 71358 in the game software and the player is likely to encounter an Orion slaver vessel here.
- Epsilon Ceti A
- Epsilon Ceti B
- Epsilon Ceti B I (Suam)
- Epsilon Ceti B II (Risa)
- Epsilon Ceti C
- Epsilon Ceti Outpost
- Epsilon Ceti B
|Sirius sector block|
|Orion sector||Kinjer system (Kinjer Prime) • Lackey system (Lackey III) • Reytan system (Reytan) • Starbase 24 (Starbase 24's system) • Una system (Una II)|
|Orion trinary system||Stars: Pi-3 Orionis trinary star (Orion A, Orion B, Orion C)|
|Planets and moons: I. Orion I • III.: Orion III/Orion Prime (Luna Orionis) • Hoan • Thaspa|
|Risa sector||Bomari system (Bomari II) • Donia system (Donia) • Gamma Orionis transwarp conduit • Imaga system (Imaga • Imaga II) • Koolhaas system (Koolhaas) • Omar system (Omar) • Tazi system (Tazi)|
|Risa system||Stars and outposts: Epsilon Ceti A • Epsilon Ceti B (Granicus binary) • Epsilon Ceti C • Epsilon Ceti Outpost|
|Planets: Epsilon Ceti B I (Suam) • B II.: Risa (Inobe) • Lowoion • Rusanej|
|Vulcan sector||Beytan system (Beytan V) • Bhea system (Bhea) • Delta Volanis Cluster • Kei system (Kei III) • P'Jem system (P'Jem) • Pellme system (Pellme II) • Pico system (Pico) • Wolf 359 system|
|Vulcan system||Stars: 40 Eridani A • 40 Eridani B • 40 Eridani C|
|Planets and moons: I. Ket-Cheleb • II & III.: Vulcan • T'Khut (T'Rukhemai) • IV. Tel-Alep • V. Kal-Apton • VI. Kir Alep • Vulcanis VII • Delta Vega|
|Stars, systems and objects of the Cetus constellation|
|13 Ceti • Ceti Alpha (Menkar) • Cetus system • Chi Ceti A • Deneb Kaitos (Beta-16 Ceti) • Gamma Ceti • Epsilon Ceti (Risa) • Mu Ceti (Niburon) • NGC 321 (Eminiar: Eminiar VII • Vendikar) • Nimori Ceti • Omicron Ceti (Mira) • Sigma Ceti • Tau Ceti (Kaferia)|
|Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (R)|
|Rachelis • Raddan • Rahwe • Rai • Rainsford • Rajatha • Rakon • Ramedes • Rasalgethi • Rastan • Ravanar • Raville • Refniai • Rejarris • Rell's Theta system • Relva • Rho Drunir • Rho Ophiuchi • Ribol • Ridix • Rigelken • Rivala • Rodden • Rogg • Romulus B • Rona Tan • Ross 154 • Ross 271 • Rousseau • Rovan • Rover • Ruli • RY Antliae|
|Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (R)||Rakal system • Raknal • Rasalhague • Redansk • Regulon • Rho Capricorni • Rhota'Nev • Rissa • Rog • Rondac • Rotanev • Rudellia • Rymus|
|Beta Quadrant stars and systems (R)||Ramatis • Rana • Rator • Regulus • Regulus A • Respler • Reytan • Rigel systems: (Beta Orionis: Rigel A, Rigel BC • Beta Rigel) • Rigil Kentaurus • Romii system • Romulus B • Romulus system • Roulean|
Star Charts places Epsilon Ceti between 40 and 50 light-years out from Earth relative to the galactic plane; as the charts are a two dimensional representation of three dimensional space this still gives leeway to the real world location of Epsilon Ceti, which is 88 light-years from Earth. Star Charts also appears to mark the system in the same sector as the Briar Patch, which Star Trek: Insurrection gives as Sector 441, however, similarly, due to the two-dimensional nature of the Star Charts, the two locations may only be in the same stack of sectors rather than the same sector.
There are conflicting sources on the location of Risa: While Star Charts places it in this system, the SCE eBook: Paradise Interrupted has the planet situated in the Alpha Quadrant, as does the Decipher RPG module: Worlds, which also states that the planet is third in the Granicus binary star system, near the Cardassian Union. Fleet Command also specifies this as a binary.
For the purposes of this wiki, Risa is treated as a dual-quadrant location, in both the Alpha Quadrant and the Beta Quadrant.