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Lambda Coronae Borealis is a binary star system located in the space of the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant.

History and specifics[edit | edit source]

This system was visible from Earth, 41 light-years distant, in the Corona Borealis constellation. (ST reference: Star Charts)

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Stars, systems and objects of the Corona Borealis constellation
Alpha Coronae Borealis (Gemma)Beta Coronae Borealis (Nusakan)Gamma Coronae BorealisEta Coronae BorealisKappa Coronae Borealis (Dopteria)Lambda Coronae BorealisRho Coronae Borealis (Ludugia) • Sigma Coronae BorealisTau Coronae Borealis (Hupyria)Zeta Coronae Borealis
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (L)
L-370L2 PuppisL374LaktarLalande 21185Lam Qaf KhaLambda ScorpiiLandauLargoLaurgattLegaraLentrexLerikLeviniusLexeLokiLokrasLomatinLoranLorealynLorenLorillia systemSystem LoskiLotoraLP 327-186LtaLursenLycosLydan Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (L) LahraLambda BoötisLambda Coronae BorealisLambda SerpentisLangusLapolisLappaLukariLyra systemLyshanLytasia system Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (L) LackeyLactraLambda GeminorumLaurentianLeughonLuyten's Star Beta Quadrant icon image.

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