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A homeworld was the planet from which a race originated.

Homeworlds tend also to be the capital planet of interstellar states. A homeworld does not have to be the planet which the species evolved on, the term can also be applied to adoptive homes, such as Romulus and, eventually, New Romulus for the Romulans. For some species, such as the Ascendants, the location of their home world has been lost in time as they spread out into the galaxy. (DS9 novel: Rising Son)

The Ngultor identify homeworlds as "nest worlds". (EV comic: "Flesh of My Flesh")

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Adopted homeworlds[]

  • Lukari:
    • Following the schism and civil war among the Kentari - the conservatives and those following the teachings of Lukar, the self-described Lukari left Kentar in the Great Exodus and settled a moon of the Lukari system. (STO - New Frontiers mission: "Of Signs and Portents")

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  • ST reference: Stellar Cartography
  • TTN novel: Taking Wing
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