- n. astronomy Genitive form of Triangulum used when naming stars, such as α Trianguli.
“Designation CPL-1532 (?) (#) 59 c2153 USS CARRIZAL discovered the 128 Trianguli system, with a set of twin planets in the system.”
“Can I admit to being a little jealous of your plans to join Glinn and her children on Beta Trianguli III?”
“Warbird was lost to a massive drive system malfunction; she had no adept left who could bootstrap her, and she fell into 114 Trianguli trying to slingshot around the star to pick up more boost.”
“The treaty established what came to be called the Romulan Neutral Zone, an egg-shaped area of space about ninety lightyears long and forty wide, with 128 Trianguli at its center.”
“Now they would be glad to Vulcaniform a planet, if they could only find one at all suitable, but most of the stars in deep Trianguli space were older Population I stars that had long before lost their planets, or were too unstable to have any to begin with.”
“The War ended with the Treaty of Alpha Trianguli, probably the first treaty in Federation history to have been negotiated entirely by data upload.”
“WE WERE EXCITED,"said the captain of the Federation vessel USS Carrizal during the postmission debriefing following its return from the Trianguli stars, a little more than a hundred years ago.”
“Hellguard—872 Trianguli V, a failed colony planet hastily and incompletely evacuated after "the Second Federation Encroachment.”
“On board Bloodwing the main viewscreen swung away from the blinding light to the cool starfields that surrounded 128 Trianguli.”
“The star they had found was 128 Trianguli, one of the group 123-128 Tri: a little rosette of dwarf K-type stars so far out in the arm as not to have been noticed by even the Etoshans.”
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