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Author(s): Shane Johnson
Illustrator(s): Shane Johnson, Don Ivan Punchatz
Publisher: Pocket Books
Published: August 1989
Pages: 157
Reference(s): ISBN 0671708139

Summary

From the book jacket
Shane Johnson, bestselling author of Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise, takes the reader on an imaginative, fictional journey into the Star Trek universe. Based on the Star Trek adventures (including Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: The Animated Series), this book uses hundreds of star charts and line drawings as well as a rich text to outline the history of the worlds visited by the starship Enterprise.
The Worlds of the Federation also investigates the unaligned and hostile alien races of Star Trek, from the fierce warriors of the Klingon Empire to the enigmatic, all-powerful Organians. And as a special bonus, we've included a spectacular, full-color insert of Star Trek's most exotic alien lifeforms featuring paintings by noted science fiction illustrator Don Ivan Punchatz.

Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction (Written by LCDR Data)
  • UFP: An Historical Overview
  • Planetary Classification System
  • Page Key and Symbols

Member Worlds

  1. Earth (M), Terra, Sol
  2. Vulcan (M), T'Khasi, 40 Eridani A
  3. Tellar (M), Miracht, 61 Cygni
  4. Andor (M), Fesoan, Epsilon Indi
  5. Alpha Centauri VII (M), Al Rijil, Alpha Centauri
  6. Alpha III (L), Kericindal, Alpha
  7. Vega IX (M), Kesir-Tosharra, Vega
  8. Deneb II, IV, V (M), Kreta, Kidta, Kelta, Deneb A
  9. Marcos XII (L), Marcos
  10. Izar, Epsilon Bootis
  11. Rigel II, IV - VIII (M), Rigel
  12. Cait (M), Ferasa, 15 Lyncis
  13. Antos IV (M), Dorafane, Antos
  14. Catulla (M), Cendo-Prae, Theta Pictoris
  15. Tiburon (M), Simeran, Omega Fornacis A
  16. Merak II (M), Merak
  17. Aldebaran (M), Alpha Tauri
  18. Mu Leonis II (M), Ardana, Mu Leonis A
  19. Argelius II (M), Nelphia, Argelius B
  20. Daran V (M), Daran
  21. Aurelia (L), Meriabii, Xi Hercules
  22. Mantilles (M), Pallas XIV
  23. Medusa (C), Visalayan, Xi Hydrae
  24. Coridan (M), Desotriana, Coridan
  25. Delta (M), Seyalia, Delta Tricatu (contradicts placement in UFGC 114 Delta)
  26. Sauria (L), Lyaksti'kton, UFC 512
  27. Yonada (unclassified), New Fabrina, UFC 376082
  28. Theta Kiokis II (M), Melkot, Theta Kiokis
  29. Betazed (M), Cyndriel, Beta Veldonna
  30. Bynaus (M), 101100010100110, Sigma Regonis (contradicts placement in Beta Magellan)
  31. Benzar (M), Pheradon, Gamma Xertia
  32. Phylos II (M), Merari

Neutral and/or Independent Worlds

Hostile Worlds

  • Ferengal (M), "Primary Unknown, Coordinates Not Established"
  • Tau Lacertae IX, Gornar, Tau Lacertae
  • Romulus (M) "Indigenous Name Unknown; Primary Unknown; Coordinates Not Established"
  • Tholia II, Tholia "Primary Unknown, Coordinates Not Established"

Appendix

  • Featured Planets and Their Primaries
  • Planetary Ambassadors

Background information

The section detailing the Sol star system indicates that there are ten planets, referencing another planet after Pluto. This tenth planet, however, though identified variously as Persephone and as Proserpina, has never been shown or even mentioned in any other Star Trek production.

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