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Jupiter Station in 2376 (Life Line)

Jupiter Station was a space station in orbit of planet Jupiter.

In the 22nd century, it was the site of a military offensive involving the MACOs, including Hideaki Chang. (ENT novel: Last Full Measure)

In the 24th century, it was the location of Starfleet's Holographic Image and Programming Center, where Dr. Lewis Zimmerman did his work developing the Emergency Medical Hologram program. (VOY episode: "The Cloud")

In 2372, the USS Samson was scheduled to arrive at Jupiter Station for debriefing following the testing on it's enhanced weapon and targeting systems during war games against the USS Enterprise-E. Unfortunately, the Samson was destroyed before leaving the Pantera Nebula. (TNG eBook: A Sea of Troubles)

The station had a café whose manager resigned in 2373. While on Deep Space 9 in that year, Dr. Zimmerman asked Leeta if she would like to take the position. (DS9 episode: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume?")

It is unclear whether the 22nd century station existed into the 24th century, or whether a later replacement facility shared the same designation.

Station Personel

Holoprogramming Center

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Jupiter Station is a Starfleet space station in orbit of Jupiter. Jupiter Station is probably best known for its holographic research facilities, made famous by the award winning Holo-programmer Lewis Zimmerman.

The station was destroyed by the Vendoth during the Battle of Sol in mid-2376. (Star Trek: Swiftfire: "United We Stand")

The station's appearance in VOY: "Life Line" suggests that it was rebuilt soon after the battle.

Jupiter station has a standard crew complement of approximately 750. It has a maximum width of 550 meters, and a height of 660 meters. (Citation needed)


Jupiter Station started as a proposal by a junior member of Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards in 2342. At that point, there hadn't been a "Jupiter Station" since the late 22nd century, where a major Earth Starfleet drydock had stood. (Citation needed)

Once approved, six spare saucer sections for Ambassador-class starships were flown over to a Federation base on Ganymede, and construction officially began in 2349. (Citation needed)

Construction was completed in December of 2353, this included a full modification of the saucer sections to include fit the needs of a starbase rather than a starship. (Citation needed)

Command Crew

  • Commanding Officer
    • Admiral Therisana sh'Parakathis
  • First Officer
    • Commander Gorosk Milkanik
  • Chief Medical Officer
    • Commander Richard Hill
  • Chief Science Officer
    • Commander Cara Hill
  • Chief of Security
    • Lieutenant Commander Scott Rollins
  • Chief of Communications

United Federation of Planets space stations and outposts
Emblem of the United Federation of Planets
Seal of the Federation Starfleet
Space stations: AndromedaBennuCamelotCanis LupusCascadeChattahoocheeDark SilenceFreedom IIIGenesisGreywolfIan FlemingIndependenceJupiter StationK'EhleyrKomarovLewis B. PullerMaverickMystereNemesisNikola TeslaPacificaPharosRobert H. GoddardSenecaShadowstarSicitur AdastraSusquehannaTroubadourUnity OneWilliam D. Leahy

Star Stations: Aurora • Brasilia • Cepheus • Dallas • Eureka • Indus • Minsk • Praeses • Tiran • Yalta

Outposts: EcijaNerisPrincipaleEarth Outposts: Earth Outpost 2 • Earth Outpost 3 • Earth Outpost 4 • Earth Outpost 8 • Earth Outpost 23

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