Aldebaran in Science FictionEdit
Aldebaran has been mentioned about in many works of science fiction.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyEdit
Its famous for its liquors, and the only thing left after the end of the universe is one of its sweet trolleys, and liquors, as Max Quordlepleen says. It is "great, OK", according to a chant recited by crowds outside the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation Teleport Systems factory on Happi-Werld III.
(Theres no mentioning of any lifeforms at this location in the Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy).
Its known to be a location where liquors come from.
Aldebaran's system was inhabited by intelligent and non-intelligent lifeforms. These included Humans, mud leeches, serpents, and shellmouths. (TOS: "Amok Time", "The Deadly Years"; TNG: "Hide and Q"; ENT: "Anomaly")
In 2135, the HMS New Zealand was launched from Earth on a diplomatic mission to Aldebaran. It was listed on the chart Interstellar Expeditions to Sectors 184/02-185/38: Launched From Sol System, Earth Dates 2123-2190, which was seen on a screen in Jean-Luc Picard's ready room aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG-R: "Up The Long Ladder", okudagram)
In 2293, the location of Aldebaran in the Milky Way Galaxy was labeled in the star chart The Explored Galaxy, which was seen in James T. Kirk's quarters aboard the USS Enterprise-A. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, okudagram)
Just as in Hitchhikers guide in Star trek Also Aldebaran is also known to be a location where liquors come from namely Aldebaran whiskey. Also Aldebaran drum sets were products made in this system. (ENT: "Zero Hour"; TNG: "Relics")
This star system is a location that has something to do with the character Hastur. Although nothing else is known about Aldebaran itself.
In Robert W. Chambers book' The King in Yellow (1895), a collection some of which are horror stories, Hastur is the name of a potentially supernatural character (in "The Demoiselle D'Ys"), a place (in "The Repairer of Reputations"), and mentioned without explanation in "The Yellow Sign". The later two stories also mentioned Carcosa, Hali, Aldebaran, and the Hyades, along with a "Yellow Sign" and a play called The King in Yellow.
H. P. Lovecraft read Chambers' book The King in Yellow in the year 1927.  and was so enchanted by it that he added elements of it to his own creations. In Lovecraft's own writings, Hastur is mentioned twice in the tale "The Whisperer in Darkness".
Aldebaran is the name of one of the stars on the map. but the real Aldebaran is near the star Sol but its a minor star so its not featured in this game along will billions of other real world stars not featured on the map in this game.