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For other uses, see Rakal.

Rakal was a star with an associated star system, located in the Almatha sector of the the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant, inside the boundaries of the space claimed by the Cardassian Union and near the Demilitarized Zone between Cardassian and Federation space. Rakal was a type M red star, and was in the general vicinity of Celtris, Almatha, the Bryma system and the Loval system. (ST reference: Star Charts)

History and specifics[]

In the 2370s decade, the fourth moon of the planet Rakal hosted a military base. In the year 2372, the Klingons considered entering the system to attack the base. (DS9 episode: "Return to Grace")

In 2375, in the mirror universe, the IKS Negh'Var rendezvoused with the IKS Ya'Vang in the Rakal system. (DS9 - Mirror Universe novel: Saturn's Children)

System makeup[]

Rakal system type M red dwarf primary star
  • Rakal (planet)
    • Rakal's first moon
    • Rakal's second moon
    • Rakal's third moon
    • Rakal's fourth moon

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Connections[]

Alpha Trianguli sector block
Alpha Trianguli
Algira sector Alpha Majoris (Alpha Majoris I) • Sirius system (Sirius A, Shahr: Alpha IAlpha IIAlpha IIISirius IVAlpha VSpringboard) • Lilsis
Almatha sector Almatha system • Aria systemCaralun system • Corwin systemSantos systemTrivas system
Dorvan sector Aokii system • Dorvan system (Dorvan V) • Andoss system • Minas Korva system • Obrom system
Stars and star systems of the Cardassian Union
AlmathaAnkaroAokiiArawathArduriaArgayaBajor (ceded 2369) • BrymaCardassiaCeltrisChin'tokaCuellarDavonDoltecGeilodGlintaraGulvariaHagalIota CepheiKelrabiLahraMirishMonacNurakaOlmerakOriasPeyitQuinorRakalRaknalRissaRondacSeptimusShahrTorrosTrelkaTrivasUnefraWeibakVarianVelosVentaniXoxa Emblem of the Cardassian Union.
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (R)
RachelisRaddanRahweRaiRainsfordRajathaRakonRamedesRasalgethiRastanRavanarRavilleRefniaiRejarrisRell's Theta systemRelvaRho DrunirRho OphiuchiRibeldaliaRibolRidixRigelkenRivalaRoddenRoggRomulus BRona TanRoss 154Ross 271RousseauRovanRoverRuchbaRuliRY Antliae Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (R) Rakal systemRaknalRasalhagueRedanskRegulonRho CapricorniRhota'NevRissaRogRondacRotanevRudelliaRymus Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (R) RamatisRanaRatorRegulusRegulus AResplerReytanRho TucanaeRigel systems: (Beta Orionis: Rigel A, Rigel BCBeta Rigel) • Rigil KentaurusRomii systemRomulus BRomulus systemRotarranRoulean Beta Quadrant icon image.
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