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Locator logo showing the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant.

The Kar-telos system was a star system, located in the space of the galaxy's Gamma Quadrant, within ten light-years of the terminus of the Bajoran wormhole.

History and specifics[]

Space.

In the year 2372, the USS Defiant performed maneuvers through the asteroid belt in the Kar-telos system. (DS9 episode: "Bar Association")

In 2376, the freighter Halloran was transported to the Kar-telos system by an Iconian Gateway. The USS Sungari was sent to escort them to Deep Space 9. (DS9 - Gateways novel: Demons of Air and Darkness)

Later in 2376, the crew of the USS da Vinci pursued the Wadi Tellow to Kar-telos. (SCE eBook: Malefictorum)

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Gamma Quadrant stars and star systems
AlamentaArgrathaBopakBraxCaldoniaCallinonDaboratDosaEntenErabusErrikangGaiaGavaraGQ-12475HoekIdranKaremmaKendiKar-telosKotha TremaliKurrillKylataL-SLesurgisLeylesMerikOctyneParadaRakharSampaloSen Ennis's StarStakoronShelvarSigma EpsilonTautineTeplanTomerelaToradTorgaTosk Hunters' StarTrialusT-RogoranVandrosVaralaVerathWadiWiiruYaderaYadera 2Zariaunnamed Gamma Quadrant stars and systems Gamma Quadrant locator logo.

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