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just wondering -- neither of the references cited mention the Beta Quadrant. Is there another source that specifies that they are in the Beta Quadrant, and someone forgot to place a link to it here? -- Captain M.K.B. 15:05, 19 March 2007 (UTC)

Although the comment above is relatively ancient, the Gods of Night book indicates that Acamar and Ramatis were the end points of a line of planets attacked along the Klingon/Federation border. Since the Klingons are in the Beta Quadrant, the border must be as well, as thus is this planet. That, of course, is confudled by the placement of the Azure Nebula in the Star Trek Star Charts... --Captain Savar 23:12, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
I believe in ambiguity of Klingon space in comparison to the Beta Quadrant -- after all, the Klingons and the Cardassians are on opposite sides of Star Charts's Federation -- so it's possible that, in 3D, there are "arms" of the Klingon and Romulan Empires that stretch "above" or "under" the Federation into the Alpha Quadrant -- this would explain a lot of the Dominion War actually.
So, to put it succintly, just because that one source is placing the Empires in the Beta Quadrant, I don't believe it should be taken that the entirety of the two are Beta Q. -- Captain MKB
Agreed, Mike. And if I recall, Star Charts does have them both spilling a bit into the Alpha Quadrant.
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