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Tau Omega was a star system located somewhere in the space of the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants.

History and specifics

The system was located 12 parsecs from the Romulan Neutral Zone along a line toward the galactic core, bearing 341 mark 8 from the Federation's Central Navigation Beacon. The system's orbit was the location of eleven planets: 2 class M planets, 3 gas giants, 5 class D planetoids, and one world similar to Mars. (Stardate Magazine vol. 1 (1984), Issue 3/4: "Tau Omega III: Planetary Summary")

The primary was violent and apt to produce strong solar flares.

In 2268, the USS Enterprise explored Tau Omega. When the system was discovered, the primary was in a quiet phase, but a dangerous electromagnetic pulse erupted during the flight of the shuttlecraft Copernicus that disabled its engines, communications and life support. The ship was brought into Tau Omega III's atmosphere to protect it from the flaring star's radiation. (TOS - FASA RPG short story: "Planetfall")

System makeup

Tau Omega system primary star
  • Tau Omega I
  • Tau Omega II
  • Tau Omega III
  • Tau Omega IV
  • Tau Omega V
  • Tau Omega VI
  • Tau Omega VII
  • Tau Omega VIII
  • Tau Omega IX
  • Tau Omega X
  • Tau Omega XI

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Connections

Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (T)
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Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (T) TagraTalosTama/TamarTammeronTarahongTarazedTarvoTasakTau CetiTau CygnaTau BoötisTaurusTegedaarTellarTemeckliaThalosTherbiaTheta AquariiTheta DraconisTheta PegasiTL-9139TohvunTomedTopinTormanTorrosTrelkaTriangulumTrillTrivasTyl Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (T) T'acogTalvathTarodTau CentauriTau DeltaTau LacertaeTegmeniTellunTeneebiaTephreiTerixTessenTeutilT'ghaThalassaThallonTheta CentauriTheta EridaniTheta HydraeTheta IndiTheta LeonisTheta PavonisTiburonTigelisTikaT'MetToh'kahtT'ongToredarTorekTornaToronTraelusTranome SarTrilith Beta Quadrant icon image.

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