An episode of the original Star Trek, Who Mourns for Adonais, establishes that the Greek gods exist in the Star Trek universe. If the Greek gods exist, then that makes me wonder if the Norse gods do as well.
The pantheon of Norse gods has become somewhat of a SF trope as of late, being a central part of the mythos of Stargate and Marvel Comics as well as being present (though of a lesser importance) in DC Comics.
Are there any sources or indications that the Norse gods (Thor, Odin, Loki, etc.) exist in the Star Trek universe or that they specifically do not exist? Is Thor out there somewhere living on Asgard and swinging his hammer at passing starships?
To be clear, I'm not expecting the Norse gods (or any specific god) to appear in Star Trek exactly the way they appear in classical mythological sources. What I'm referencing here is the "gods were really aliens" lore that was popularized by Erich von Däniken and incorporated into many SF universes. The Norse gods of Stargate are ancient alien visitors to Earth. The pantheon in Marvel is the same idea but with different details (e.g Mjollnir being a literal hammer rather than a planetary defense system, a preference for wormhole tech over starships, etc.). The Star Trek Apollo is likewise a ancient alien "god". My question is whether the Star Trek universe includes ancient alien "gods" who represent or inspired the Norse pantheon.
Also to be clear, if the Norse gods are "already dead", then that counts as existing since they would exist in the timeline. In both Stargate and Marvel Comics, gods can and do die, so saying something like, "Well, Odin did at one time exist in the Star Trek universe, but this episode of Discovery [cite] establishes that he died sometime between the late 16th century and the US Civil War." would be a great answer.