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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.
Starbase 14
Facility that sent a message to the Enterprise-D in 2364 concerning the Anchilles fever outbreak on planet Styris IV.
  "Code of Honor" - TNG.
Starbase 23
Federation starbase, located very close to the Romulan Neutral Zone. Following her temporary removal from duty in 2369, Dr. Beverly Crusher was scheduled to arrive by shuttlecraft at Starbase 23. From there, she planned to take a transport to Earth. In the anti-time reality created by the Q Continuum, Captain Picard sent word to Starbase 23 to check their personnel for the effects of temporal reversion.
  "Suspicions" - TNG. "All Good Things..." - TNG.
Starbase 24
Starfleet facility near Khitomer. Young Worf's nursemaid, Kahlest, was taken there for treatment of her injuries following her rescue from Khitomer in 2346.
  "Sins of the Father" - TNG. "Redemption, Part I" - TNG.
Starbase 27
Facility to which Kirk was ordered to transport the surviving colonists from planet Omicron Ceti III in 2267.
  "This Side of Paradise" - TOS.
Starbase 36
The Enterprise-D was scheduled to stop at Starbase 36 in late 2367. Dr. Beverly Crusher suggested that Lieutenant Commander La Forge have his VISOR checked for malfunctions during the stopover there.
  "The Mind's Eye" - TNG.
Starbase 39-Sierra
Facility approximately 5 days' travel from the Romulan Neutral Zone.
  "The Neutral Zone" - TNG.
Starbase 41
Arjin traveled from Starbase 41 to station Deep Space 9 in order to meet his field docent, Lieutenant Commander Jadiza Dax, in 2370. He had met Dr. Julian Bashir on the transport from Starbase 41.
  "Playing God" - DS9.
Starbase 47
In an alternate quantum reality visited by Worf in 2370, Starbase 47 was the object of covert surveillance by the Cardassians, who had reprogrammed the Argus Array to observe the starbase, as well as other Federation installations.   "Parallels" - TNG.
Starbase 53
Federation station. In 2374, Section 31 operatives told Julian Bashir that he was to be taken to Starbase 53 for questioning.
  "Inquisition" - DS9.
Starbase 63
Worf and Dax visited Starbase 63 just prior to stardate 50416.
  "The Darkness and the Light" - DS9.
Starbase 67
Counselor Troi and La Forge were ordered by the Ktarians to travel to Starbase 67 to distribute the addictive Ktarian game to starships docked there.
  "The Game" - TNG.
Starbase 73
Facility at which the Enterprise-D received mission orders to investigate a distress signal detected from the Ficus Sector. Starbase 73 was commanded by Admiral Moore. Worf delivered his son, Alexander Rozhenko, to Starbase 73 in 2367. Worf's adoptive parents met them there, having agreed to accept custody of Alexander after the death of K'Ehleyr.
  "Up the Long Ladder" - TNG. "Reunion" - TNG.
Starbase 74
Massive orbital facility at planet Tarsas III. The Enterprise-D underwent a computer-systems upgrade there in 2364, although the operation was interrupted when a group of Bynar technicians attempted to hijack the ship to save their planet. Starbase 74 was commanded by Commander Orfil Quinteros.
Starbase 74 miniature shots were a partial re-use of some visual-effects elements originally shot for Star Trek III by ILM. However, it's been pointed out that Starbase 74 must be a substantially larger structure than Spacedock as seen in Star Trek III, since the Galaxy-class Enterprise-D is much larger ship than the original Constitution-class vessel. The shot of the Enterprise-D actually docked inside the station was a matte painting designed by Andrew Probert.   "11001001" - TNG.
Starbase 82
Site where the Enterprise-D delivered a Ktarian vessel into Starfleet custody in 2368.
  "The Game" - TNG.
Starbase 83
The Enterprise-D traveled to Starbase 83 when Q returned the ship to Federation space after first contact with the Borg Collective.
  "Q Who?" - TNG.
Starbase 84
Location where the Enterprise-D acquired a replacement warp core that had been infested by interphasic organisms. The core had been manufactured on the planet Thanatos VII, where the interphasic organisms were attracted to the new interphasic-fusion manufacturing process.
The Starbase 84 miniature was a re-use of the Spacedock, originally created for Star Trek III by ILM.
  "Phantasms" - TNG.
Starbase 87
Intended destination of the Enterprise-D following its departure from Boraal II.
  "Homeward" - TNG.