Moon (Sol IIIa)

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Moon (Sol IIIa) (ENT 96)
Planetary Data
Official Name: Lunar Colonies[1]
Affiliation: United Earth Republic,[2] United Federation of Planets[3]
Astrography: Sol IIIa,[3] Sol Sector (Sector 001),[4] Alpha Quadrant[1]
Distance from Star: 1 AU / 149,680,000km[1]
Distance from Planet: 384,500km[1]
Orbital Period: 27.3 days[1]
Rotational Period: 27.3 days[1]
Class: D[1]
Surface Temperature: -155°C to 105°C[1]
Diameter: 3476km[1]
Gravity: 0.16g[1]
Natural Satellites: Luna is the sole moon of Earth[3]
Points of Interest: Tycho City,[5] New Berlin,[6][5] Lake Armstrong,[5] Lunaport[1]
Notable Species: Humans[5]
Notable Events: Apollo 11 landing[7]

Founded in 2039,[1] the Lunar Colonies were home to more than 50 million people in the late 24th century,[5] and light from lunar cities was visible from space[8] and, on a clear day, the surface of Earth.[5] In 2254, the Talosians downloaded the information in the Starship Enterprise's computers, including data on the Moon and Human exploration of the world.[3]

References

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  2. "Broken Bow". Enterprise, episodes 01-02. Television. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 26 September 2001.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "The Cage". Star Trek, episode 0. Television. Desilu Studios, 1965 (Unaired).
  4. "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II". Star Trek: The Next Generation, episode 175. Television. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 24 September 1990.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Star Trek: First Contact. Film. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 22 November 1996.
  6. "Descent". Star Trek: The Next Generation, episode 252. Television. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 21 June 1993.
  7. "Tomorrow is Yesterday". Star Trek, episode 21. Television. Desilu Studios, 26 January 1967.
  8. "Will You Take My Hand?" Star Trek: Discovery, episode 15. Television/Streaming. CBS Entertainment, Inc., 11 February 2018.