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Hansen's Planet (also called Hanson's World) is an inhabited planet, the first planet of three located in the Beta Hydra star system, at coordinates 0.91N 2.78E (188.8 34.9 12.6). Hansen's Planet was in the general vicinity of Betelgeuse, Bellatrix and Eden, in the Federation-Romulan Neutral Zone.

History and specifics

The planet was discovered by the ECS Bjarni Herjolfsson at some point prior to 2163. The ship's captain named it after Sven "Buttercup" Hansen, his favourite prize fighter.

In 2163, the USS Pioneer under the command of Captain Malcolm Reed surveyed the planet. (ENT - Rise of the Federation novel: A Choice of Futures)

In the 23rd century, Hansen's Planet had been placed under a quarantine status due to a primitive native civilization of Homo Hansonii. By reference stardate 2/2306, the world had a population of 200 million individuals. (FASA RPG module: The Federation; ST reference: Star Trek Maps)

The native beings were similar to another primitive lifeform, the Taurean anthropoid of Taurus II. The similarities were noted in a report made regarding the Taureans in 2266, when USS Enterprise Captain James T. Kirk received an update from Lieutenant Kelowitz regarding an encounter on Taurus II. (TOS episode & novelization: The Galileo Seven)

Hansen's Planet is in the general vicinity of the Veridian system, as depicted on Data's chart designed to show Jean-Luc Picard movements of the Nexus phenomenon in 2371. (TNG movie: Generations)

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Connections

Amargosa investigation star chart
Angosia III (Angosia system)Antica IV (Antica)Antide Prime (Antide system)Archer IV (Archer system)Beta Renna systemBeta V (Beta system)Betazed (Betazed system)Boreal III (Boreal system)Canopus Major (Canopus system)Chalna (Chalna system)Clarus systemCoalition of MadenaDaled V (Daled system)Daran V (Daran system)Delta IV (Delta system)El-Adrel IV (El Adrel system)Epsilon CanarisGamma EridonGravesworldHalee systemHayashi systemHansen's Planet (Beta Hydra system)Idran Star ClusterIlecom systemJanus VI (Janus system)Jaros colony (Jaros system)Lauren III (Lauren system)Lima Sierra systemLorenze ClusterM24 Alpha systemMakus III (Makus system)Manark IV (Manark system)Manu III (Manu system)Maxia ZetaMelina II (Melina system)Milika III (Milika system)Miridian VI (Miridian system)Nimbus III (Nimbus system)Ogus II (Ogus system)Omega Centus I (Omega Centus system)Organia (Organia system)Pentarus systemPenthara IV (Penthara system)Razzbo systemSeiji MajorSeptimus MinorSerlaySherman's Planet (Sherman system)Straleb (Omega Sagitta system)Strnad solar systemThasus IV (Thasus system)T'lli BetaTorona IV (Torona system)Turkana IV (Turkana system)Tycho systemTyken's RiftVandor IV (Vandor system)Vaytan I (Vaytan system)Wolf 359Zeon MinorZeta Antaras IV (Zeta Antaras system) Explored galaxy map.

Background

The spelling and name has varied between sources. The original episode and novelization call this Hansen's Planet, but Star Trek Maps spells it Hanson's Planet, while FASA's RPG call it Hanson's World.

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