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Hus-24 was a class M planet located somewhere in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants. It was the homeworld of Husians and the orbital base for the Hus-24 drydock, a Federation-sanctioned drydock.

The sky of Hus-24 was yellow with a red haze. The surface supported large fields of a triticale-like hybrid grain. Below the surface were low-yield tritanium mines, managed from an office on the surface.

Because Husians had no music, literature or arts and provided no entertainment facilities for visitors, Hus-24 earned a reputation for being the most boring planet in the quadrant.


Prior to 2264, James T. Kirk visited a tritanium mine on the planet.

In February 2274, the crews of the USS Venture and USS Enterprise visited the planet for shore leave while the ships underwent maintenance at the drydock. Crews formed an impromptu band, played softball, and Montgomery Scott even helped two ensigns distill moonshine from a still.

After repairs were complete, however, Husians abducted the crews of both ships, putting the men to work in a mine and the women to harvest grain. The men escaped by hiding within a maglev train used for removing ore, while the women set a blaze in the fields. The women found the men engaged in a phaser fight with Husians, and took advantage of the lower gravity to propel an enormous boulder down a cliff and turn the tide of battle. (TOS comic: "Husian Gambit")



planets visited by the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) (2273-2285)
James T. Kirk's second five-year mission (2273 - 2278)
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2274 MestikoHus-24SarsithiaVulpecula 12 IVIskoniaHamal IV (Starbase 18) • MimitEarthThoris Amarnis IVZeta-AtezArgus IVCytheriusPhaetonHephaestusZeta Reticuli IIStarbase 9 planetMiaplacidus VValerianGoran IVNordstralHelvaZaran II
2275 EarthFlyspeckVulcanFeeniks-Denn IVNova EmpyreaYkoMiri's homeworldPerinda IVOblik IIIGarrus
2276 Sigma 1212Zenna IVDuran XIIParides IVLevaeri VArtaleirh
2277 Manark VMurakami IXLycos VVarda IIIMyraKhepriPollox IVUpsilon Xi IIILieberman's WorldMacedon IIIMarris VOmicron Theta VAyin Aleph IIILam Qaf Kha IIKappa Rho IV
2278 CathyGranotoulomines planetHippocrates IVDekkanarAkkallaEarthBelle Terre
Spock's command (2278 - 2285) Bright TreeKaferiaMestikoEarthFortenueCirce VIThieurrullStarbase 12RegulaEarthHellguardEarthDelta IVRatorYkoMestikoEarth
Admiral Kirk's command (2285) EarthRegula IGenesis PlanetAzphariOrganiaBeta Epsilon VIBabelVulcanRomulan planetoidEarthGenesis Planet