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For other uses, see New Athens.

New Athens burns.

New Athens was a settlement on Centaurus.

At some point prior to 2286, New Athens was devastated by a matter-antimatter explosion. The Klingon Empire used this incident to insert spies, using the identities of the dead, into the Federation. (TOS novel: Timetrap)

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planet Centaurus IV
cities and settlements AquinasvilleCaladiaChandrikDora'anGorekKu'ltanLamenkMcIvertonNarvaNew AthensSecond TryShadraTarala'nTorusVehaxein UFP emblem image.Centauran insignia.
landmarks and geography Columns of InetiMount Fera'anNyrian PyramidsGarrovick Valley
continents and landmasses Ash'aynAvaraBastalFarainGreat OreasKesta'alKnu'fyrLeroth IslandsNarothNew AmericaNew AsiaNew EuropeNyriaShalavenTedimah'k
bodies of water B'etha'ein SeaFarragut RiverOpal OceanRal'einn SeaShima'ran SeaVaran SeaVarath Sea

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