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Gaia was a binary[1] star system, located in the Gaia sector[2] of the Gamma sector block[2] within the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant.[3] The system consisted a type K orange star primary,[1] a type G yellow star secondary,[1] with five[2] planets orbiting the pair. (ST reference: Star Charts, STO - Gamma Quadrant mission: "Armistice")

History and specifics[]

The Gaia system's orbit was the location of a number of worlds, including fourth planet, Gaia IV. The USS Defiant made first contact with the Gaians in the year 2373. The Gaia colony existed there due to a temporal anomaly from the 22nd century until 2373. (DS9 episode: "Children of Time")

The planet was placed under quarantine because the planet's quantum energy barrier could cause temporal displacement. (ST reference: Star Charts)

In the 2380, DaiMon Neek was to meet Vogusta in the Gaia system. (TNG novel: Q & A)

The Gaia sector and its systems were targeted by the Hur'q during the Hur'q Conflict[4] in the year 2410. Following the restoration of the Hur'q civilization, rogue swarms remained a threat for the weakened Dominion, though as a newly inducted member into the Khitomer Alliance, it received military aid. (STO - Gamma Quadrant mission: "Home")

System makeup[]

The system's stars and planets in 2410.

Gaia A (type K orange star, primary)[1]
Gaia B (type G yellow star, secondary)[1]

Appendices[]

Connections[]

Gamma Quadrant stars and star systems
AlamentaArgrathaBopakBraxCaldoniaCallinonDaboratDosaEntenErabusErrikangGaiaGavaraGQ-12475HoekIdranKaremmaKendiKar-telosKotha TremaliKurrillKylataL-SLesurgisLeylesMerikOctyneParadaRakharSampaloSen Ennis's StarStakoronShelvarSigma EpsilonTautineTeplanTomerelaToradTorgaTosk Hunters' StarTrialusT-RogoranVandrosVaralaVerathWadiWiiruYaderaYadera 2Zariaunnamed Gamma Quadrant stars and systems Gamma Quadrant locator logo.

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 ST reference: Star Charts
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 STO - Gamma Quadrant mission: "Armistice"
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 DS9 episode: "Children of Time"
  4. STO - Gamma Quadrant mission: "Quark's Lucky Seven"

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