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Tau Ceti II was a planet, the second planet located in the Tau Ceti star system in Federation space, near the Romulan Neutral Zone in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant.

History and specifics[]

Tau Ceti II's inhabitants were widely regarded as possessing great mineralogical expertise, and crystallized their local currency from pure sapphire. (TOS novel: Enterprise: The First Adventure)


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Connections[]

Stars, systems and objects of the Cetus constellation
13 CetiCeti Alpha (Menkar) • Cetus systemChi Ceti ADeneb Kaitos (Beta-16 Ceti) • Gamma CetiEpsilon Ceti (Risa) • Mu Ceti (Niburon) • NGC 321 (Eminiar: Eminiar VIIVendikar) • Nimori CetiOmicron Ceti (Mira) • Sigma CetiTau Ceti (Kaferia)

Background[]

  • Because planets in Fleet Command are nominally backdrops for player characters to build orbital space stations, very few specifics about the actual nature of worlds are established in the game, beyond their general appearance and system locations.

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