Star Trek Star Charts: The Complete Atlas of Star Trek

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"all I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by."

From the earliest days of explorations, there has always been one tried-and-true way to navigate through uncharted reaches and one to find the way home — the stars. Ancient mariners prized their star charts, knowing that they could guide them safely into a friendly port or lead them to the reaches of the mysterious East. Modes of transportation have changes but the stars are still our constant. When man took his first step ...

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Overview

"all I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by."

From the earliest days of explorations, there has always been one tried-and-true way to navigate through uncharted reaches and one to find the way home — the stars. Ancient mariners prized their star charts, knowing that they could guide them safely into a friendly port or lead them to the reaches of the mysterious East. Modes of transportation have changes but the stars are still our constant. When man took his first step into space armed with the very latest in computers, he took with him the same tool for reading the stars that the men who sailed under canvas carried.

When humans launched the first ship designed for long-range missions into the deep waters of interstellar space, the Vulcan High Command provided their star charts for the Enterprise™. But Jonathan Archer was not content with relying on the known. Although he used the Vulcan charts, he also added to them, and greatly expanded Starfleet's knowledge of the galaxy. Every generation of starship captain that followed has built on Archer's first steps.

Follow the course set by Archer, Kirk, Picard, Sisko, and Janeway. Relive their extraordinary adventures as you find here, for the first time, the star maps that chart the routes these famous explorers took.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780743437707
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
  • Publication date: 10/28/2002
  • Series: Star Trek: All Series
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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"all I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by."

From the earliest days of explorations, there has always been one tried-and-true way to navigate through uncharted reaches and one to find the way home -- the stars. Ancient mariners prized their star charts, knowing that they could guide them safely into a friendly port or lead them to the reaches of the mysterious East. Modes of transportation have changes but the stars are still our constant. When man took his first step into space armed with the very latest in computers, he took with him the same tool for reading the stars that the men who sailed under canvas carried.

When humans launched the first ship designed for long-range missions into the deep waters of interstellar space, the Vulcan High Command provided their star charts for the Enterprise™. But Jonathan Archer was not content with relying on the known. Although he used the Vulcan charts, he also added to them, and greatly expanded Starfleet's knowledge of the galaxy. Every generation of starship captain that followed has built on Archer's first steps.

Follow the course set by Archer, Kirk, Picard, Sisko, and Janeway. Relive their extraordinary adventures as you find here, for the first time, the star maps that chart the routes these famous explorers took.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 6
Milky Way Galaxy
Physical 8
Quadrants 12
Sectors 14
Stars
Spectral classes 20
Planets 22
Alpha Quadrant
Introduction 30
Worlds & Civilizations 32
Political 36
Sol system 38
Talos star group 40
Deneb (Deneb Kaitos) 41
Bajor (B'hava'el) 42
Cardassia 43
Trade Routes (22nd Century) 44
Cardassia Union 46
The Dominion War (2373-2375) 48
Beta Quadrant
Introduction 50
Worlds & Civilizations 52
Political 56
Vulcan (40 Eridani A) 58
Rigel (Beta Rigel) 59
Route of Enterprise NX-01 (2151-52) 60
Klingon Empire 62
Romulan Star Empire 66
Gamma Quadrant
Introduction 68
Worlds & Civilizations 70
Political 72
The Dominion 74
Delta Quadrant
Introduction 76
Worlds & Civilizations 78
Political 80
Route of the U.S.S. Voyager (2371-77) 82
Key to Charts 96
United Federation of Planets Charts
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  • Posted February 12, 2009

    Just what you need to enjoy Star Trek!!

    This is a fantastic guide to see all the places and be able to understand all of the worlds that all the series went to and talked about!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2004

    Excellent Reference

    This book's only fault is the density of information contained therein. This is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to know more about the Star Trek galaxy. It starts with real live astronomy and goes from there. The large glossy illustrations and wealth of information make this well worth the money.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2002

    An Atlas Of Future Treks Into The Last Frontier

    I like the fact that this book gives the fans a working atlas of the Star Trek galaxy. It is handsomely illustrated and gives the fans a sense of where planets are located within the Star Trek universe. Another aspect that is noteworthy is that we get to see the borders and boundaries of Federation,Romulan,Klingon,Cardassian, Ferengi, Borg, Dominion areas of space in relationship to each other and the whole Milky Way Galaxy. Geoffrey Mandel along with the Star Trek art department does a really good job on the graphic art from the front of the cover to the back. I especially like the section that gives us a look at a graphic representation of planets with some information on the planets right before each map of a quadrant. So many Alpha Quadrant planets like Earth, Bajor, Cardassia Prime are listed with statistical information and the same goes for the Beta Quadrant with Planets like Vulcan, Romulus, Kronos. Something that is cool is that some planets like Earth and Vulcan are singled out so we get to see how the solar system is set up. The only negative thing about this reference book is that it does not have an easy way to find many notable planets and trying to look for them all is tiring on the eyes.

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