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Epsilon Scorpii on a Beta Quadrant star chart.

Epsilon Scorpii (also known as Wei or 26 Scorpii) is a binary star system (both components belonging to spectral class K), located about 20 parsecs (65 light-years) from Earth in the Beta Quadrant, where it is visible in the constellation of Scorpius. Last contact with survey vessel USS Ariel was received in the vicinity of Epsilon Scorpii when that ship went missing in the late 2260s. (ST reference: Star Charts; TAS - Star Trek Logs novelization: The Eye of the Beholder)

The novelization, as well as Star Charts depicted Epsilon Scorpii's names and little else about it, but since it is a "real" star, modern scientists know a few things about its makeup that weren't in its Star Trek mention. Neither real observations nor the Chronology info has specified whether or not there is a planetary system associated with this body.

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Stars, systems and objects of the Scorpius constellation
127 Scorpii334 ScorpiiAlpha Scorpii (Antares)Chi ScorpiiDelta ScorpiiEta ScorpiiEpsilon Scorpii (Wei)Lambda Scorpii (Shaula)Zeta-10 Scorpii
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (E)
EdrinEdrisEgara 172EizebEkinusEl AdrelElaminElbaElkauronEllison's StarElohimElonaElvrosElysia IncendaeElzbarEmbenEmilaEminiarEndicorEnochEntrunarEojurEpsilon 119Epsilon Anubis (Epsilon Anubis AEpsilon Anubis B) • Epsilon BallaraEpsilon BetaEpsilon CetiEpsilon DeltaEpsilon FornacisEpsilon IonisEpsilon KitajEpsilon LyraEpsilon MinoraEpsilon MirandaEpsilon SoronaEpsilon TauriEpsilon ThetaEpsilon Ursae MajorisEpsionEquessErcolaEremarErgolErivekEsablEskiisEssaiEstoEstradaEta SeratornEta TauriEta TrianguliEzani Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
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 ScorpiiEpsilon VirginisEta AntliaeEta CorviEta CrucisEta EridaniEta HorologiiEta IndiEta LupiEta ScorpiiEta VirginisEye of Grun Beta Quadrant icon image.

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