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  • Datar
  • DATAR
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  • While largely ignored or left out of the loop of modern civilization (other than frequent harassment from slavers) Datar was at one time the location of a Rebel Alliance Base. The backwater planet was advantageous to concealment and secrecy. However, in 0 ABY, forces of the Galactic Empire lead by Vice Admiral Slenn attacked the base. Their original objective was to obtain prisoners and information; but their surprise attack was thwarted and the rebels fought to the last man. It is unclear whether Slenn was killed in action during the battle or executed later by Darth Vader for incompetence and failure. Other than that brief battle, not many outsiders bother with this planet - or are aware of its existence.
  • Datar was the homeworld of the Ghostling species. Its princess was kidnapped by slavers in 32 BBY, though she and several other Ghostling children were rescued by Anakin Skywalker. Early in the Galactic Civil War, it was home to a Rebel Alliance base. In the Attack at Datar, the Rebels fought the Galactic Empire's forces to the last man, but were defeated by Vice Admiral Slenn's forces. Slenn himself was either killed during the battle, or executed for incompetence by Darth Vader afterward.
  • Glinn Datar was a Cardassian male who served in the Cardassian Guard in the 24th century. In the 2360s, he was assigned to Terok Nor. In 2369, on the day that the Cardassians withdrew from Bajor, Datar attempted to hang Quark, but was shot and killed by one of Leej Terrell's men, as she needed Quark for her own purposes. (DS9 - Millennium novel: The Fall of Terok Nor)
  • DATAR, short for Digital Automated Tracking and Resolving, was a pioneering computerized battlefield information system. DATAR combined the data from all of the sensors in a task force into a single "overall view" that was then transmitted back to all of the ships. Commanders could then see information from everywhere, not just their own ship's sensors.
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  • L-8
Status
  • Non-Coded
Races
  • Human - occasional
Name
  • Datar
Text
  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Praji
Region
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Principal
  • N/A
Sector
  • N/A
Terrain
  • Forest
Import
  • N/A
Species
  • Ghostlings
Interest
  • Ruined Rebel Alliance base
  • *Unidentified Ghostling village *Unidentified Rebel Alliance base
topo
  • Heavily forested
System
Parent
  • Y'toub System
int
  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Praji
Pop
  • Unknown
Native
url
  • hyperspace/source/praji/20090205.html
Climate
  • Temperate
Export
  • N/A
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  • N/A
settle
  • N/A
atmos
  • Breathable
abstract
  • DATAR, short for Digital Automated Tracking and Resolving, was a pioneering computerized battlefield information system. DATAR combined the data from all of the sensors in a task force into a single "overall view" that was then transmitted back to all of the ships. Commanders could then see information from everywhere, not just their own ship's sensors. Development on DATAR was started by the Royal Canadian Navy in partnership with Ferranti Canada (later known as Ferranti-Packard) in 1949. The system proved too costly for the post-war Navy to develop alone, and when the Royal Navy and the United States Navy declined to share in the program it was ended. Both would then go on to start development of similar systems to fill this same role, the RN's Comprehensive Display System and the USN's Naval Tactical Data System.
  • While largely ignored or left out of the loop of modern civilization (other than frequent harassment from slavers) Datar was at one time the location of a Rebel Alliance Base. The backwater planet was advantageous to concealment and secrecy. However, in 0 ABY, forces of the Galactic Empire lead by Vice Admiral Slenn attacked the base. Their original objective was to obtain prisoners and information; but their surprise attack was thwarted and the rebels fought to the last man. It is unclear whether Slenn was killed in action during the battle or executed later by Darth Vader for incompetence and failure. Other than that brief battle, not many outsiders bother with this planet - or are aware of its existence.
  • Datar was the homeworld of the Ghostling species. Its princess was kidnapped by slavers in 32 BBY, though she and several other Ghostling children were rescued by Anakin Skywalker. Early in the Galactic Civil War, it was home to a Rebel Alliance base. In the Attack at Datar, the Rebels fought the Galactic Empire's forces to the last man, but were defeated by Vice Admiral Slenn's forces. Slenn himself was either killed during the battle, or executed for incompetence by Darth Vader afterward.
  • Glinn Datar was a Cardassian male who served in the Cardassian Guard in the 24th century. In the 2360s, he was assigned to Terok Nor. In 2369, on the day that the Cardassians withdrew from Bajor, Datar attempted to hang Quark, but was shot and killed by one of Leej Terrell's men, as she needed Quark for her own purposes. (DS9 - Millennium novel: The Fall of Terok Nor)
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