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Expanding articles[edit source]

Hi there and welcome once again to Memory Beta. I wondered if it might be possible to expand upon the possible references from the Star Trek: Star Charts. Perhaps listing planets or star systems located in said regions. Thanks (-: --The Doctor 12:23, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

Dates[edit source]

When you write an article about a specific dat (like 1570) instead of creating a new article please put it on that date's century page (like 16th century for 1570). This is true for any date before 1921.--Long Live the United Earth 02:41, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

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