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'''New Vulcan''' was a [[colony]] established by the [[Vulcan]] race following the [[Destruction of Vulcan|destruction]] of {{planet|Vulcan}} at the hands of the [[Romulan]] {{dis|Nero|Romulan}} in the [[Kelvin timeline]]. ({{Mnc|TOS|{{A|Star Trek (2009)|Star Trek}}}}; {{g|TOS|{{gd|Star Trek}}}})
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'''New Vulcan''' was a [[colony]] established by the [[Vulcan]] race following the [[Destruction of Vulcan|destruction]] of {{planet|Vulcan}} at the hands of the [[Romulan]] {{dis|Nero|Romulan}} in an [[Kelvin timeline|alternate reality]]. ({{Mnc|TOS|{{A|Star Trek (2009)|Star Trek}}}}; {{g|TOS|{{gd|Star Trek}}}})
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
The colony was founded on the second planet of the [[Simon-316]] [[star system]], following its selection by Spock Prime in early [[2258]], and after the previous proposed colony-site at [[Ceti Alpha V]] was deemed too risky to settle, due to its future fate being made known to the [[Vulcan High Council]] by the elder Spock via [[mind-meld]]. ({{c|TOS|sub=Legacy of Spock|{{a|Legacy of Spock, Part 4|Part 4}}}})
 
The colony was founded on the second planet of the [[Simon-316]] [[star system]], following its selection by Spock Prime in early [[2258]], and after the previous proposed colony-site at [[Ceti Alpha V]] was deemed too risky to settle, due to its future fate being made known to the [[Vulcan High Council]] by the elder Spock via [[mind-meld]]. ({{c|TOS|sub=Legacy of Spock|{{a|Legacy of Spock, Part 4|Part 4}}}})
   
According to a status display in the office of Admiral {{kt|Alexander Marcus}}, the new name of the Vulcan government – with New Vulcan as its capital – was the [[Confederacy of Surak]]. In [[2259]], following the attack on [[Helios-1]], New Vulcan came under attack by the {{kt|Gorn}} who kidnapped [[Surok]] in order to get the [[Helios Machine|Helios device]]. After the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} pushed the Gorn back, Surok's daughter {{kt|T'Mar}} was returned to New Vulcan.
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According to a status display in the office of Admiral {{ar|Alexander Marcus}}, the new name of the Vulcan government – with New Vulcan as its capital – was the [[Confederacy of Surak]]. In [[2259]], following the attack on [[Helios-1]], New Vulcan came under attack by the {{Ar|Gorn}} who kidnapped [[Surok]] in order to get the [[Helios Machine|Helios device]]. After the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} pushed the Gorn back, Surok's daughter {{Ar|T'Mar}} was returned to New Vulcan.
   
Later that year, {{kt|Spock}} spoke with his counterpart, [[Spock]], via a subspace message. Young Spock asked his older self if he had ever encountered [[Khan Noonien Singh|Khan]] in his timeline and how {{kt|Khan Noonien Singh|Khan}} could be defeated. Older Spock replied that Khan was the most dangerous enemy they had ever encountered, and that Khan was eventually defeated "[[Battle of the Mutara Nebula|at great cost]]." ({{g|TOS|{{gd|Star Trek}}}}; {{m|TOS|Star Trek Into Darkness}})
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Later that year, {{ar|Spock}} spoke with his counterpart, [[Spock]], via a subspace message. Young Spock asked his older self if he had ever encountered [[Khan Noonien Singh|Khan]] in his timeline and how {{ar|Khan Noonien Singh|Khan}} could be defeated. Older Spock replied that Khan was the most dangerous enemy they had ever encountered, and that Khan was eventually defeated "[[Battle of the Mutara Nebula|at great cost]]." ({{g|TOS|{{gd|Star Trek}}}}; {{m|TOS|Star Trek Into Darkness}})
   
Ambassador Spock had died in January of [[2263]]. Following the destruction of the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} at [[Altamid]] in the same year, {{kt|Spock}} and {{kt|Nyota Uhura}} took a sabbatical to {{kt|Sarek}}'s home. There, Spock assisted the [[Vulcan High Council]] in establishing New Vulcan's [[Vulcan Science Academy|Science Academy]]. However, Spock and Uhura asked the High council to borrow a {{Class|D'Kyr}} cruiser to assist the {{USS|Endeavour|NCC-1805}} in dealing with the [[Borg]] threat. ({{C|TOS|{{a|Boldly Go, Issue 1|Issue 1}}|{{a|Boldly Go, Issue 2|Issue 2}}|sub = Boldly Go}})
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Ambassador Spock had died in January of [[2263]]. Following the destruction of the {{USS|Enterprise|Kelvin timeline NCC-1701}} at [[Altamid]] in the same year , {{Ar|Spock}} and {{Ar|Nyota Uhura}} took a sabbatical to {{Ar|Sarek}}'s home. There, Spock assisted the [[Vulcan High Council]] in establishing New Vulcan's [[Vulcan Science Academy|Science Academy]]. However, Spock and Uhura asked the High council to borrow a {{Class|D'Kyr}} cruiser to assist the {{USS|Endeavour|NCC-1805}} in dealing with the [[Borg]] threat. ({{C|TOS|{{a|Boldly Go, Issue 1|Issue 1}}|{{a|Boldly Go, Issue 2|Issue 2}}|sub = Boldly Go}})
   
 
Vulcan civilization would thrive on the new world over the next 3,000 years. By approximately [[Far future|5259]], a statue of [[Spock]] was built on the planet. While many of the surrounding monuments were larger than life, the monument of Spock was life size. This was at Spock's request, as he felt a larger than life monument would not be logical. ({{c|TOS|sub=Legacy of Spock|{{a|Legacy of Spock, Part 4|Part 4}}}})
 
Vulcan civilization would thrive on the new world over the next 3,000 years. By approximately [[Far future|5259]], a statue of [[Spock]] was built on the planet. While many of the surrounding monuments were larger than life, the monument of Spock was life size. This was at Spock's request, as he felt a larger than life monument would not be logical. ({{c|TOS|sub=Legacy of Spock|{{a|Legacy of Spock, Part 4|Part 4}}}})
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