Orion I was a planet located in the space of the galaxy's Beta Quadrant, in the Orion sector of the Sirius sector block.

Details and history[edit | edit source]

The first planet in orbit of the Orion star system, Orion I supported a population with cordial ties to the Federation. This world was the location of the prestigious Institute of Cosmology. Human science prodigy Mortimer Harren had hoped to attend the Institute on Orion I, and to that end he joined the crew of USS Voyager to gain a year of field experience required for admittance. (VOY episode: "Good Shepherd")

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Connections[edit | edit source]

Sirius sector block
Orion sector Kinjer system (Kinjer Prime) • Lackey system (Lackey III) • Reytan system (Reytan) • Starbase 24 (Starbase 24's system) • Una system (Una II) Beta Quadrant locator logo.
Orion trinary system Stars: Pi-3 Orionis trinary star (Orion A, Orion B, Orion C)
Planets and moons: I. Orion I • III.: Orion III/Orion Prime (Luna Orionis) • HoanThaspa
Risa sector Bomari system (Bomari II) • Donia system (Donia) • Gamma Orionis transwarp conduitImaga system (ImagaImaga II) • Koolhaas system (Koolhaas) • Omar system (Omar) • Tazi system (Tazi)
Risa system Stars and outposts: Epsilon Ceti AEpsilon Ceti B (Granicus binary) • Epsilon Ceti CEpsilon Ceti Outpost Alpha Quadrant locator logo.
Planets: Epsilon Ceti B I (Suam) • B II.: Risa (Inobe) • LowoionRusanej
Vulcan sector Beytan system (Beytan V) • Bhea system (Bhea) • Delta Volanis ClusterKei system (Kei III) • P'Jem system (P'Jem) • Pellme system (Pellme II) • Pico system (Pico) • Wolf 359 system
Vulcan system Stars: 40 Eridani A40 Eridani B40 Eridani C
Planets and moons: I. Ket-Cheleb • II & III.: VulcanT'Khut (T'Rukhemai) • IV. Tel-Alep • V. Kal-Apton • VI. Kir AlepVulcanis VIIDelta Vega

Background[edit | edit source]

ST reference: Star Charts establishes the Orion system mentioned in canon as being Pi-3 Orionis, a non-Federation location. STO video game: Star Trek Online extrapolates on the location shown in Star Charts with sector and sector block naming for the vicinity.

Since Star Charts has specific notation regarding Federation and non-Federation worlds, we can see that the political status of this world is not as a Federation member, but it is entrenched in Federation space, and is an acceptable destination for students from Federation worlds.

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