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Site of a prison near Bajor where Constable Odo says Quark's would-be murderer could be sent. The prison itself is located at a site where the temperature exceeds 200 degrees, scale unspecified.
A magnificently scenic terraforming project of Dr. Gideon Seyetik, located somewhere between Earth and Deep Space Nine, visited briefly by Jake and Commander Sisko. Its features include Da Vinci Falls.
Formerly dead star with an unspecified number of planets near Bajor, successfully resurrected by Dr. Seyetik in the first-ever stellar re-ignition project, using a protomatter-laden shuttlepod remotely...
Tenth planet in the Ligobus system. It was once visited by Doctor Bashir and is the site of a well-known Central Gallery of Art. It is Class-M habitable or adaptable to humanoid life despite its orbital...
A Bajoran constellation This constellation, known to Commander Sisko, was seen from a second-floor Promenade window on Deep Space Nine during a sleepless night on the anniversary of Jennifer's death...
Alpha Quadrant Class-M world, uninhabited prior to 2370, in the same sector as Bajor and the Sefalla system, though native Bajoran Major Kira had never heard of it. The planet features a stable orbit,...
Star well beyond Federation space whose system was home to a namesake race of long-lived, empathic humanoids, until the 23rd century when the Borg destroyed their world and left a few survivors scattered...
Inhabited planet with cooperative legal treaties with Bajor; the adjective, as with its residents, is "Pythron." An elderly couple who were swindled out of their retirement savings by Martus Mazur, an...
Namesake -- most likely the central star of their system -- of the Vlugta asteroid belt; at least one other of its planets is inhabited with an independent and developmentally-sensitive government.
A star with at least three planets, at most an hour from Deep Space Nine in a runabout and within simultaneous subspace communication range. Its third world was decimated by war; another is home to the...
Name for an F-type star in Sector 401 -- adjacent to the Bajoran sector -- and its major, Class M world orbiting at 160 million km. The previously unscouted planet is found to host a human colony, led...
Gamma Quadrant star with at least four planets, located at 74 minutes' travel at maximum Runabout warp on heading 140-mark-32 from the wormhole. One of the planets besides II and IV is inhabited and recovering...
Site of an underground rebel Paradas base where the paranoid Chief O'Brien discovers he is a replicant for the real chief, who was captured by the government and made to direct their creation in a plot...
Inhabited planet where half the population of a small planet was reported to have been transported away by Orion traders to work as slave labor in their mining camps. Constable Odo had read of the incident...
Planet II, Yaderans
The world where Rurigan created a holographic copy of his home on Yadera Prime after he fled the Dominion's take-over there. The holographic projector built for the task was so huge it emitted a field...
An anomaly of subspace for warp-traveling vessels, as when one mass was snagged by the U.S.S. Mekong and clogged up its starboard nacelle, creating instability in the warp field and leading to a shut-down.
A Class M planet -- otherwise undescribed but likely the larger and/or more habitable of two -- orbiting the Rhymus binary star. A scenic area near a waterfall there was recreated in the first holo-program...
A Klingon colony site and host to an early UFP-Klingon negotiations 2289, even before the more famous Khitomer meetings four years later. The sides were headed by Kang and Curzon Dax, who walked out during...
Star (pronounced "sah-CARE-uss") with at least four planets in its system. Secarus was the secret location of the Albino, the Klingon who had been hiding out for almost 25 years. The location is at least...
Fourth planet in the Secarus system. This planet was the site of the Albino Klingon's armed compound for almost 25 years, supposedly armed with only 40 guards. Secluded in a jungle of that world, the...
A former Cardassian colony site in the so-called Demilitarized Zone where the Deep Space Nine runabouts held off a Maquis attack on a confirmed illegal arms depot amid the civilian center. The system included...
Inhabited and presumably Class M world (pronounced "HAWK-tun") of Federation colonists, disarmed after being redrawn into the Cardassian side of the Demilitarized Zone in 2370. Three Federation settlers...
Inhabited and presumably Class M world (pronounced "YEW-muth") of Federation colonists, disarmed after being redrawn into the Cardassian side of the Demilitarized Zone. In a report read to the Volan council...
Bajor, Mirror Universe
Bajor looks similar in the Mirror Universe, was a Terran slave planet for many decades. Upon liberation, it became a power in its own right running Terok Nor, and petitioned to join the Cardassian-Klingon...
A star with planets in the mirror universe only a few hours' travel from Terok Nor/2 where Commander Sisko's crew was located when Intendant Kira recalled him to see her just-arrived twin. Though not...
The site of a Cardassian colony (pronounced "AIR-uh-wath") and Enabran Tain's retirement home, apparently named for its planet and/or home star. Located right on the Cardassian border, it lies only 26...
Class M planet. Jadzia Dax picked up a plant that Doctor Bashir later helped return to health; its location or further inhabitation is not specified. The planet is likely well known within United Federation...
Star known to the ancients on Earth, lying only about 78 light-years from Sol and known as Beta Ursa Majoris in the Bayer classification system. It has at least two planets -- the second Class M.
Gamma Quadrant planet. Supposedly the home world of Eris, a Vorta, whose tale of the planet's brutal takeover by the Jem'Hadar after refusing a trade deal with the Dominion may be completely accurate.
The homeworld to an intellgient, spacefaring UFP member race also fosters a species of avian vulture known to Constable Odo; he is exhilarated when morphing into its form and flying around on his homeworld.
A gas giant planet of the Gamma Quadrant where the Dominion maintains an unmanned and lightly secured subspace relay station that handles comm traffic from various Dominion-related members, such as the...
The original and otherwise unnamed Gamma Quadrant planet of Constable Odo's changeling race, the Founders of the Dominion, was an always-dark Class M rogue planet within the Omarion Nebula before its obliteration...
A world which shifts between this and an intersecting non-corporeal dimension, existing in solid form only for 12 days every 60 years when discovered in 2366; at that time, when solid it was populated...
Cardassian star whose system of at least three planets, otherwise an oasis in a Class-M desert, is learned by Maquis to be a secret shipyard for Cardassian hardliners -- apart from the mainstream Central...
Sol's closest stellar neighbor, a trinary that is only 4.3 lightyears away from Earth. One of its components' habitable planets was alreay colonized by Earth humans in 2154--possibly the planet where warp-drive...