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This article is about a star. You may be looking for the planet Questar in the Boron 667 system.

Questar M-17 (also known as Quasar M-17) is a dead star with a negative star mass that is located at the edge of the Milky Way Galaxy in the Beta Quadrant. (ST reference: Star Charts)

On one star chart, it was shown in the general vicinity of a disputed border with the Tholian Assembly. (ST reference: Star Trek Maps)

History and specifics

While en route to the planet Gateway in 2269, the USS Enterprise became trapped by the hypergravity produced by Questar. After establishing a stable orbit, the Enterprise discovered an unknown alien vessel also orbiting the star. (TAS episode & Log One novelization: Beyond the Farthest Star)

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Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (Q)
QaitosQal'atQizan Qal'at (Qizan) • Qua'KhanQualfQuatrinQuilianQurelletQuiradQul Tuq Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (Q) QilydraQuatalQuinor Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (Q) Qo'noSQ'TahlQuadra SigmaQuatelQuestar M-17QuindarQu'Vat Beta Quadrant icon image.

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