For other uses, see Mercury.

Mercury (Sol I) was a planet, the first planet orbiting Sol in the Sol star system. A class F/class B geomorteus planet, Mercury orbits Sol on an 88-day cycle. A small, rocky body, the surface temperatures on the side facing the sun become quite high due to the close location to the central star. The proximity to Sol is so close as to preclude any semblance of a lifeform-supporting planetary atmosphere. (Last Unicorn RPG module: Planets of the UFP)

History[edit | edit source]

When performing a slingshot maneuver around the sun, the crew of the USS Enterprise turned away from the sun after passing Mercury. (TOS episode: "Tomorrow is Yesterday")

After an attack by the Totality on warp drive vessels, Starfleet Command relocated to Mercury where they established a provisional command at the Vostok Academy. (TOS novel: Captain's Glory)

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Connections[edit | edit source]

Sol system
orbital landmarks (planets, planetoids, moons & asteroids) Sol (primary) • I. Mercury • II. Venus • III. Earth (Luna) • IV. Mars (PhobosDeimos) • Sol asteroid belt (CeresVesta) • V. Jupiter (CallistoEuropaGanymedeIoAmalthea) • VI. Saturn (EnceladusMimasPhoebeRheaTethysTitan) • VII. Uranus (Ariel) • VIII. Neptune (NereidTriton) • Pluto (CharonNixHydra Elysium) • Oort cloud (ErisDysnomiaProsperine) • Kuiper Belt {{{2}}} icon image.{{{2}}} icon image.
space stations Khepera Chromospheric Solar ObservatoryAphrodite Terraforming StationIshtar StationSpacedock 1San Francisco Fleet Yards (Construction support station 173orbital office complex) • McKinley StationUtopia Planitia Fleet YardsJupiter StationSaturn drydockSaturn Station 1Pluto StationStarbase 1
outposts Venusian CampusPhobos CampusJupiter Outposts (Jupiter Outpost 92Ganymede Station) • Mimas StationTitan OutpostProject Pluto Research StationStarfleet Archives AnnexEridian Vault
Kelvin timeline Starbase 1 (Kelvin timeline)Io FacilityStarbase Zeta {{{2}}} icon image.{{{2}}} icon image.
Mirror Universe Terran ControlNeptune Station {{{2}}} icon image.

Background[edit | edit source]

Some measurements are derived from real-life scientific studies of the planet Mercury that can be referenced at the Wikipedia page linked in the external link section below.

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