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For the primary universe counterpart, see Nu'Daq.

Station schematic.

In the Kelvin timeline, Nu'Daq Station was a 23rd century Klingon space station, a starbase in Klingon Empire service in the 2260s decade.

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Nu'Daq Station in 2262.

In the year 2262, Nu'Daq Station was located in orbit of Khitomer in the Khitomer system. The system was patrolled by the Klingon Defense Force and non-aligned forces. Independents also frequented the system. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "Excess")

Kras was stuck at the station when Mokgar sabotaged his ship's impulse engines. Kras hired an Independent to track the Klingon outlaw. The independent ship found Mokgar at Fek'lhr, and the destruction of Mogkar's ship satisfied Kras. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "The Noose")

Kang hired an independent to seek and destroy a Federation informant operating in the system. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "Eyes Open")

In that year, the Klingon ambassador Kuron was ferried by an Independent ship from Nu'Daq Station to Deneva for diplomatic meeting with Starfleet. (ST video game: Fleet Command mission: "And the Blood Was Ankle Deep")

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