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Starbase 185 was a Federation starbase facility which was in operation in the late 24th century, and was located around 7,000 light years from System J-25. (TNG episode: "Q Who?") In the late 2370s, the starbase was under the command of Admiral de la Fuego. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)

In late 2379, the USS Titan was due to stop off at the base after departing from the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards. Unfortunately, the medical relief mission to Romulus delayed the starship arrival.

Doctor Xin Ra-Havreii was hoping to be able to secure a fresh supply of real levithi nuts on the base, but the delay meant that he had to acquire another supply. (TTN novel: Taking Wing)

Captain Jean-Luc Picard contacted the starbase to inform Starfleet Command of Q's appearance. (TNG novel: Q & A)

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Starbase 185, also known as Typhon Station, was as Federation starbase in the 24th and 25th centuries. On the coreward edge of Federation space in the Beta Quadrant, the station was located in orbit of the planet Ladon in the Typhon Expanse. It was one of the main command and control facilities for vessels operating in the Expanse. (Typhon Station)

As of 2365, Starbase 185 was the closest starbase to the J-25 system, and lay along what came to be known as the "Borg vector." (TNG: "Q Who?", Typhon Station, Star Trek: Pendragon)

In 2374, the starbase received footage from the USS Bonchune of the attack by the USS Prometheus that disabled it. The footage was classified top secret, only being shown to the commanding officers of the ships sent to recapture the Prometheus, including Jonozia Lex. (Star Trek: The Adventures of Argus: "Messages From Home")

Starbase 185 was destroyed in 2404. At the time, it was under the command of Admiral Stephania Rose. The Starbase was overrun by Borg as part of an incursion designed to start a civil war in the Federation. The USS Odyssey was instrumental in the destruction of the station, in an effort to stop the Borg from carrying out their plans. Odyssey was lost in the same battle. (Typhon Station)


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