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Danula II was a planet in the Alpha Quadrant which was the site of the Starfleet Academy Marathon. (TNG episode: "The Best of Both Worlds")

Danula II's climate was quite hostile, and it had not been the home to native life for over one hundred thousand years. It was chosen as the site for the marathon by Sharifi, who may or may not have crash landed there as a child. (New Worlds, New Civilizations short story: "The Footfalls of Tradition")

Danula II was one of the worlds destroyed by the Borg during their mass invasion of the Federation in 2381. Amongst the surviving evacuees of that world were a young Human woman named Peggy and her infant son, Matthew. (TNG novel: Losing the Peace)


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Danula II
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Star system: Danula
Class: M
Surface: Habitable


Danula II is the second planet in the Danula system.

Contents

Astronomical Data

Location

  • Alpha Quadrant

Name(s)

  • Danula II

Moon(s)

  • Unknown

Further Information

Historical

In April of 2323, the Starfleet Academy Marathon was held on Danula II. It was a race, and the winner was Starfleet Academy freshman Cadet Jean-Luc Picard. He was the first freshman to win the race. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")

In 2359, freshman Cadet Benjamin Bartholomew won the Academy marathon on Danula II. (Star Trek: Pendragon)

In the "Pendragon timeline," Danula II was used as a base by the anti-Leyton Starfleet. New recruits received training on Danula, including Jason Bartholomew.

Political

Geographical

Notable Inhabitants

External Links


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