List of unnamed stars.
Alpha and Beta Quadrants Edit
Argolis Cluster starEdit
Borg renegade starEdit
Deinonychus system starEdit
Dyson sphere starEdit
In 2368 during the Klingon Civil War, Kurn used a clever technique of engaging warp drive near this star's surface, causing a solar flare which destroyed the two Klingon pursuers. (TNG: "Redemption II")
Kuiper belt starEdit
Sector 396 StarEdit
Supernova of 2387Edit
In 2387, a star in close proximity to Romulus went supernova and threatened the galaxy. To stop the threat, Ambassador Spock used red matter to create a black hole which consumed the star's energy. Before he could successfully carry out his mission, however, the supernova reached Romulus, destroying the planet and all of its inhabitants. Among those killed were the wife and unborn child of Nero, who swore vengeance against Spock, Vulcan, and the Federation for letting his world die. While Nero confronted Spock, both of their ships were pulled into the black hole which had consumed the star, sending them back in time and resulting in the creation of the alternate reality. (Star Trek)
Having a supernova threaten the entire galaxy is a physical impossibility under normal circumstances due to the laws of physics limiting its expansion rate to below the speed of light, and the expansion of the blast wave would result in it eventually dissipating, making it virtually impossible for it to cause severe damage to a warp-capable society such as the Romulan Star Empire, let alone the entire galaxy. This discrepancy was explained several different ways in non-canon works.
In the comic book series Star Trek: Countdown, this star and its system were named "Hobus". The comic explained that the star's galactic threat came from its unusual ability to transform anything it contacted into energy, which it then consumed, increasing its power and causing it to expand farther and faster throughout the galaxy.
The Star Trek novelization instead stated that the star had merely threatened systems in its own vicinity rather than the entire galaxy.
A third explanation appears in the backstory of Star Trek Online, which states that the shockwave propagated through subspace at faster-than-light speeds. Also in the game's backstory, a scandal occurred several years later involving rumors that the Vulcan Science Academy knew about the instability of the star but did nothing until Spock attempted to save Romulus with the Jellyfish. The scandal resulted in several resignations and sowed seeds of distrust towards the Vulcans.
It is also confirmed by the Featured Episode series "Cloaked Intentions" that Remus was also destroyed, however the Romulans and Remans still continue their prejudices towards each other. It is also revealed that the supernova was not a natural occurrence, but was engineered by then-Praetor Taris, who did so under orders from the Iconians.
Sector 1156 starEdit
Tamaal's system starsEdit
Delta Quadrant Edit
Alastria twin sunsEdit
Class D planet starEdit
Star near rogue cometEdit
Star in Swarm species spaceEdit
Supernova of 2373 (natural)Edit
Supernova of 2373 (caused by Q)Edit
Gamma Quadrant Edit
J class gas giant starEdit
A J class gas giant in the Gamma Quadrant was orbiting this sun. In 2372, the USS Defiant entered the atmosphere of the class J planet to rescue the crew of a Karemma ship. The Karemma were attempting to escape from two Jem'Hadar ships.(DS9: "Starship Down")