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{{bginfo|It is possible that the [[Genesis sector]] mentioned in "The Search For Spock" is either a synonym or subsection of the Mutara sector.}}
 
{{bginfo|It is possible that the [[Genesis sector]] mentioned in "The Search For Spock" is either a synonym or subsection of the Mutara sector.}}
   
== Further locations possibly located in the Mutara sector ==
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== Further locations which might be located in the Mutara sector ==
* [[Mutara system]]
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:''Note: Although it has not been clearly said on screen that any of these locations are within the Mutara sector, canon references at least indicate their vicinity to it.''
* [[Regula]]
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* [[Beta Geminorum system]]
**[[Regula I]] [[outpost]]
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** [[Beta Geminorum]]
* [[Risa]]
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** [[Pollux IV]]
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** [[Pollux V]]
 
* [[Ceti Alpha system]]
 
* [[Ceti Alpha system]]
 
**[[Ceti Alpha V]]
 
**[[Ceti Alpha V]]
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* [[Gamma 400 system]]
 
* [[Gamma 400 system]]
 
** [[Starbase 12]]
 
** [[Starbase 12]]
* [[Beta Geminorum system]]
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* [[MIDAS array]]
** [[Beta Geminorum]]
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* [[Mutara system]]
** [[Pollux IV]]
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* [[Regula]]
** [[Pollux V]]
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**[[Regula I]] [[outpost]]
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* [[Risa]]
{{bginfo|Given it's alternative name, the [[MIDAS array]] might also have been located in this sector.}}
 
   
 
== External link ==
 
== External link ==

Latest revision as of 17:08, April 13, 2013

The Mutara sector was a region of space under Federation control which contained the Mutara Nebula and the Genesis Planet.

In 2285, Khan Noonien Singh, aboard the hijacked USS Reliant detonated the Genesis Device within the Mutara Nebula, creating the Genesis Planet. As a result of the incident, travel in and out of the sector was restricted by Starfleet. Additional permits were required, making commercial and non-military travel more difficult and more expensive. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

It is possible that the Genesis sector mentioned in "The Search For Spock" is either a synonym or subsection of the Mutara sector.

Further locations which might be located in the Mutara sector Edit

Note: Although it has not been clearly said on screen that any of these locations are within the Mutara sector, canon references at least indicate their vicinity to it.

External link Edit

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