Pluto (FASA)

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Myriad Universes: Pluto
Coordinates 23.9, 61.8, 0.0[1]
Astrography Quadrant I (UFP),[2] Sol IX[3]
Affiliation United Federation of Planets[3]

Pluto was a small planet on the edge of the Sol system that orbited its parent star in a different plane than the rest of the planets in the system.[3] In 2039, the first Pluto base opened,[4] and it served as a navigational checkpoint for extra-solar missions.[2] The Advanced Pluto Research Station opened in 2059. In 2068, the Pluto research station found proof that we were living in a pulsating universe. The first test of warp radio between Pluto and Earth on Reference Stardate 0/7404.17 (17 April 2074) was a complete success, and its introduction allowed communication between nearby star systems in weeks rather than years.[4] In 2210, the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701's computers showed a map of the Sol system to Nomad, depicting Pluto as the ninth planet in the system.[3]

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