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Viewscreen star map showing Pallas 14.

Pallas 14 was a star system, a binary star located somewhere in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants.

History and specifics

Star map showing Pallas 14.

The Pallas 14 binary consisted of two yellow dwarf stars and three planets in orbit, and was located near the edge of the galaxy. By the late 23rd century, the system was the Federation's most remote inhabited system.

On one star chart, the system was shown proximate to the Time Planet and Planet Q. (TOS reference: Star Trek Maps)

The binary system included just the planets Bezaride, Mantilles and Alondra. Although two star charts did not depict an asteroid belt in the system (ST reference: The Worlds of the Federation, TAS episode: "One of Our Planets Is Missing"), it was cited as having a "fair-sized" one. (TAS - Log One novelization: One of Our Planets Is Missing)

In 2269, the system was invaded by a huge cosmic cloud creature, which began to consume matter contained within the system, beginning with the planet Alondra. Thankfully, the crew of the USS Enterprise were able to communicate with the creature and persuade it to stop its approach to the inhabited planet, Mantilles. (TAS episode: "One of Our Planets Is Missing")

By the year 2289, Leonard McCoy's daughter Joanna McCoy would be living in the city of Ravent, on the planet Mantilles, herself likewise working at a city hospital as a doctor. (TOS - Crucible novel: Provenance of Shadows)

System makeup

Pallas 14 binary star (two G class yellow dwarf stars)


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