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The Kalandra sector is a sector located in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant.

History and specifics

In the year 2265, Tim Pennington questioned why the Federation had selected the Taurus Reach for commerce and colonization rather than Kalandra, which was closer to Federation space. (VAN novel: Harbinger)

In 2374, during the Dominion War, the Dominion seized the Kalandra sector. The sector, along with the captured Betazed, allowed them to move into a position where they could attack Vulcan. (DS9 episode: "The Reckoning")

In 2375, Cardassian transmissions decoded by Elim Garak suggested the Kalandra was vulnerable to attack. The Starfleet 7th Fleet, including the USS Destiny, was to launch an offensive on Kalandra. (DS9 episode: "Afterimage")

The Kalandra sector was later retaken by Starfleet. Later in 2375, the USS Defiant and seven other Federation starships were waiting for the IKS Ch'Tang and Martok's other ships after the Klingon cavalry raid into Dominion space. (DS9 episode: "Once More Unto the Breach")

As of 2409, the Kalandra sector contained parts of Federation and Cardassian territory, plus access to the Rolor Nebula, and the Orellius and Sirius sector block. (ST video game: Star Trek Online)


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