Grid E4, Beta Quadrant
Vulcan is the homeworld of its namesake species, a founder member species of the United Federation of Planets. It is located in the Vulcan system, which is in the Beta Quadrant. It was the first planet to make contact with Earth following Zefram Cochrane's successful warp flight in 2063.
Vulcan is a Class M planet with no satellites located 16 light years from Earth. Its surface largely consists of large deserts and mountain ranges, supplemented with much smaller bodies of water. Vulcan has a much higher land to water ratio than Earth, with 86% of its surface consisting of land masses, whilst only 14% consists of water.
Vulcan is separated into a number of different differences and provinces.
Work in progress.