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Vulpecula 12, a.k.a. 12 Vulpeculae, is a variable B class blue star with an associated system of at least four planets, visible from Earth in the Vulpecula constellation. It was located in or near Federation space near the border with the Klingon Empire in the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrant.

Real-world blue star 12 Vulpeculae appeared yellow when seen from a distance in TOS comic: "Restructuring Is Futile".

History and specifics

Vulpecula 12 was a desolate system. Its fourth planet Vulpecula 12 IV broke apart thousands of years ago, leaving a debris field with metal core fragments that interfered with sensors.

In 2274, Commander Kolak’s damaged Klingon battle cruiser evaded the pursuing USS Enterprise in the Vulpecula 12 system. The ship dropped out of warp, using debris to remain undetected until it could vaporize a magnesium-laden fragment to disable the starship.

As the Enterprise left the system, it detected an approaching distress beacon sent from the planet Iskonia in a neighboring system. (TOS comic: "Restructuring Is Futile")

System makeup

Vulpecula 12 system primary star



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