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  • The Starfleet presence at the Federation embassy was reassigned after Barolia and Acamar, and so were the guards and other support personnel at Aronnax.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • The second was that even before Aidan proposed, just after the Borg attack at Acamar, Libby had been overwhelmed by the futility of her choice to be an operative.

    Star Trek: Voyager®: Full Circle

  • Chakotay had stopped drinking the day word had arrived of the Borg attacks on Acamar and Barolia.

    Star Trek: Voyager®: Full Circle

  • People of Acamar III established peace except for "The Gatherers", who started raiding nearby systems.

    A Larger War on Terror?

  • One hundred thirty-seven lightyears on a bearing plus twenty-six minutes galactic by minus twenty-three degrees gallatitude, toward Acamar.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

  • We’ve adjusted that back, to cull information starting with the attacks on Barolia and Acamar.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

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  • I was going to launch into an anecdote about Achernar, but that turns out to be a different star. Though Wikipedia notes on the Acamar page: 'It has the traditional name Acamar from the Arabic آخِر النَّهْر Ākhir an-nahr which means "the end of the river". Historically, Acamar represented the end of the constellation Eridanus. Now that distinction is held by the star Achernar, a star which shares the same Arabic etymology.'

    December 27, 2012

  • a southern star, Theta Eridani.

    December 27, 2012