Deep Space 3
Federation space station. Commanded by Admiral Marus Holt. in 2370, the USS Hera left Deep Space 3 on a routine courier mission. Shortly after its departure, the Hera disappeared without a trace.
  "Interface" - TNG.
Deep Space 4
Federation space station. Archaeologist Richard Galen hoped to gain passage at Deep Space 4 on an Al-Leyan transport to Caere as part of his quest to learn about the first humanoids to live in our galaxy.
  "The Chase" - TNG.
Deep Space 5
Federation base. (In an alternate quantum reality visited by Worf in 2370, Deep Space 5 was the object of covert surveillance by the Cardassians, who had reprogrammed the Argus Array to observe the station, as well as other Federation installations.) Deep Space 5 was located near planet Ivor Prime. The staff of Deep Space 5 informed Starfleet Command about the destruction of the Federation colony on Ivor Prime by the Borg in 2373.
  "Parallels" - TNG. Star Trek: First Contact.
Earth Station McKinley
Starfleet shipbuilding and repair facility in Earth orbit. McKinley Station was a large orbital platform supporting several large articulated work arms, designed to service even the largest starships. The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D docked there for six weeks following the defeat of the Borg ship 2367. Unknown to anyone at the time, a defective dilithium chamber hatch was installed in the Enterprise warp-drive system at McKinley Station. The hatch contained undetectable submicron fractures that were responsible for a serious explosion in the engine room later that year. In Q's anti-time future, the USS Pasture NCC-58925 cancelled a scheduled stop at McKinley Station to proceed to the Devron system.
  "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" - TNG. "Family" - TNG. "The Drumhead" - TNG. "All Good Things..." - TNG.
Jupiter Outpost 92
Federation Station near the fifth planet of the Sol system. It was the first outpost to report the entrance of the Borg ship into that system during the Borg offensive of 2367.
In an early version of the script for "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" the story was still considered to be so confidential that each copy of the script was secretly numbered. The number of the Jupiter Outpost (in this case, 92) was different in each copy of the early draft script, so that if unauthorized copies were made, it would be possible to trace whose copy it came from.
  "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" - TNG.
Outpost 23
A Federation station along the Romulan Neutral Zone. In 2367, it was the key outpost in Starfleet's defenses along the border. During a fantasy created for Riker's benefit by Barash on Alpha Onias III, Outpost 23 was supposedly no longer of strategic importance and was slated to be the site of final peace negotiations between the Federation and the Romulan Star Empire, an apparent ruse to reveal the location of the outpost.
  "Future Imperfect" - TNG.
Outpost Seran-T-One
Federation station at which is located a Starfleet design facility. The dilithium crystal chamber for the Enterprise-D was designed there on stardate 40052.
  "Booby Trap" - TNG.
Outpost Sierra VI
A Federation station. Outpost Sierra VI detected the presence of a Romulan scoutship piloted by Alidar Jarok in the Neutral Zone in 2366.
  "The Defector" - TNG.
Regula I Space Laboratory
Deep-space facility located in the Mutara Sector near the planetoid Regula. Dr. Carol Marcus led a scientific team that developed Project Genesis at Regula I in the late 23rd century.
  Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Science Station 402
Located in the Kohlan system. The Enterprise-D planned to tow the Cytherian probe found near the Argus Array in 2367 to Science Station 402, but the probe was destroyed first.
  "The Nth Degree" - TNG.
Science Station Delta Zero Five
Facility located near the Romulan Neutral Zone. The station was totally destroyed in 2364, apparently scooped from the surface of the planet, by the Borg.
  "The Neutral Zone" - TNG.
Science Station Tango Sierra
Orbital research facility. Dr Hester Dealt worked at station Tango Sierra in 2365 to cure a deadly plague that had stricken the densely populated Rachelis system.
Science Station Tango Sierra was a re-use of the Regula I space station model seen in Star Trek II. Regula I was itself a modification of the orbital office complex model originally built for Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
  "The Child" - TNG.
Star Station India
Starfleet facility. The Enterprise-D was en route for Star Station India on an urgent mission to rendezvous with a Starfleet courier but was diverted by a distress call from the USS Lantree NCC-1837.
  "Unnatural Selection" - TNG.
Starbase 2
Starfleet facility. Spock suggested Dr. Janice Lester should be taken to Starbase 2 for diagnosis of her medical condition, instead of the Benecia Colony.
  "Turnabout Intruder" - TOS.
Starbase 4
Site where the Enterprise dropped off the children from the Starnes Expedition to planet Triacus in 2268. A shuttlecraft was stolen by Lokai from Starbase 4 in 2268, two weeks before being recovered by the Enterprise.
  "And the Children Shall Lead" - TOS. "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" - TOS.
Starbase 6
Facility where the Enterprise crew was scheduled for rest and relaxation in 2268. Their vacation was cut short by an emergency call from Starfleet Command to divert to Sector 39J and investigate the disappearance of the USS Intrepid NCC-1831.
  "The Immunity Syndrome" - TOS.
Starbase 9
The Enterprise was en route to Starbase 9 for resupply in 2267 when a near-collision with a black hole of high gravitational attraction propelled the ship into a time warp that sent the ship back to the year 1969. Closest base to planet Pyris VII, which the Enterprise was visting in 2267.
  "Tomorrow is Yesterday" - TOS. "Catspaw" - TOS.
Starbase 10
Destination of the Enterprise after leaving Deneva in 2267. Commodore Stocker was to assume command of Starbase 10 in 2267.
  "Operation: Annihilate!" - TOS. "The Deadly Years" - TOS.
Starbase 11
Planetside facility. Commanded by Commodore Stone in 2267 when this base was site of Kirk's court-martial for the death of Commander Ben Finney. The Enterprise later returned to Starbase 11, then under the command of Commodore Josť Mendez, when Spock abducted Fleet Captain Christopher Pike to live among the Talosians.
The beautiful matte painting of Starbase 11 in "Court Martial" was created by Albert Whitlock, Jr.
  "Court Martial" - TOS. "The Menagerie, Parts I and II" - TOS.
Starbase 12
Command post in the Gamma 400 star system and where Kirk set course with the sleeper ship, SS Botany Bay, in tow. It was the closest starbase to planet Pollux IV, which the Enterprise visitedin 2267. The base was evacuated for two days in late 2364, apparently because key Starfleet officials were under the control of the extragalactic alien intelligence that attempted to infiltrate Starfleet Command. The Enterprise-D was scheduled for a week's worth of maintenance overhaul there, following her mission on Germaris V in 2366. Starbase 12 was commanded by Admiral Uttan Narsu back in 2167, at the time the USS Essex was lost at planet Mab-Bu VI.
  "Space Seed" - TOS. "Who Mourns for Adonais?" - TOS. "Conspiracy" - TNG. "Captain's Holiday" - TNG. "Power   Play" - TNG.