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Hoek[2] was a star with an associated star system, located in the Lantar Nebula Nebula[1] of the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant.[2] The system's orbit consisted a type M red dwarf star[1] and at least four[2] planets. The fourth planet Hoek IV[2] was the site of Sampalo relics.[2] (DS9 episode: "Q-Less", ST reference: Star Charts)

History and specifics[]

An M class star.

At some point before the 2360s decade, the Sampalo civilization visited Hoek IV and left behind relics.

In the year 2369, Q attempted to entice the adventurous Human archeologist Vash to remain his travel companion by offering to examine the Sampalo relics on Hoek IV. Vash declined Q's offer. (DS9 episode: "Q-Less")

By 2378, the system lay on the edge of the Lantar Nebula, a relative short distance from the Sampalo system, and far outside the Dominion's territory. (ST reference: Star Charts)

In TNG video game: Birth of the Federation, the orbital configuration of the game map star systems was randomly generated each time a new game started.

System makeup[]

Hoek (type M red dwarf star, primary)



Gamma Quadrant stars and star systems
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