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Location of a U.S.S. Discovery skirmish with the Klingons in the mid-23rd century. The system contains a Class-M planet, Ophiucus III which was the attempted destination of Harcourt Fenton Mudd's delivery...
Native name for the Klingon homeworld, a planet of the star Klingon and the site of the Imperial Empire's capital First City. It is sometimes standardized as "Kronos." It includes a lone huge land mass...
The Class-M homeworld of the humanoid Bajoran race is Earth-like in appearance with large, blue oceans and seas that appear a little more greenish than Earth's from orbit. A "day" is a 26-hour rotation...
Discovered on stardate 46379.1 by Deep Space Nine science officer Jadzia Dax, the Bajoran Wormhole is the first and only completely stable wormhole known to the Federation, with either end remaining at...
The formal name of the Cardassian homeworld -- a world other than the third, fourth or fifth planet of the system -- although natives often informally drop the "Prime." Its capital city is awash with...
A charged plasma field in or near the Bajoran system that hosts the Alpha Quadrant end of the Bajoran wormhole. Though ships have always avoided it, a stranded Kai Taluno had first reported odd phenomenon...
Otherwise undescribed world (pronounced froo-NAIL-ee-uh) with a strong interest in science and the Bajoran wormhole. It sends three science ships to study the phenomenon immediately upon its discovery...
That quarter of the Milky Way Galaxy appearing to be located between 9 and 12 o'clock if the great plane of the galaxy is viewed as a clockface and the 6 o'clock position bisects the Sol system. The Gamma...
A Gamma Quadrant ternary star (pronounced "EE-drahn") that includes a supergiant orbited by twin O-type companions is the closest one to the Bajoran wormhole in its quadrant, only 4.7 light-years distant....
Star (pronounced LAPP-oh-liss) in the Alpha Quadrant. This system is supposed to be the first destination of the U.S.S. Enterprise after it leaves its initial stopover at Deep Space Nine. There is no...
Third planet in the Setlik system. This location became infamous when an unarmed United Federation of Planets outpost along the formerly disputed border with Cardassia was subject to a raid where 100...
The formal name of the Trills' home world, only 37 hours from Deep Space Nine aboard the Defiant. One site of renown is the Hoobishan Baths. At least part of the government, organized in ministries, resides...
A star with 14 planets whose appellation is commonly used for its largest and most populated world. The system has recently become independent again after decades of Cardassian occupation. It takes an...
Eighth planet in the Bajoran star system with six colonies containing several thousand Bajoran settlers. Its proper name is Andros and it has at least two moons. Terrorist Tahna Los, after picking up the...
Epsilon Hydra VII
Gamma Quadrant home world (pronounced "AIR-uh-bus") of a tiny insect that caused Vash's hair to fall out in clumps, with only Q to reverse the effect. Since she was there looking for relics, it was likely...
An inhabited planet (pronounced "MEER-muh-dun") where Vash is wanted dead or alive for stealing the crown of the First Mother. It is not detailed whether the monarchy involved is worldwide or one among...
A planet (pronounced "VAY-driss") whose inhabitants assume that they are the only intelligent species in the universe. This planet is one of the sights Q tried to tempt Vash with in rejoining him.
A vacation planet (pronounced "BOWEL-us-nee") where the soothing harmonies of the tides can cause stimulating hallucinations. The world was one of Zek's two choices for his first vacation in 85 years after...
A populated Gamma Quadrant world (pronounced "stuh-CORE-un"). This planet was supposedly in negotiations with Grand Nagus Zek in 2369 regarding its deposits of mizainite (or miszinite) ore. The whole...
asteroid, Changeling colony
An uncharted nebula in the Rakhari sector of the Gamma Quadrant where Croden claims to have found a Changeling colony and shapeshifting stone on one of its millions of asteroids; actually, it is merely...
Chamra Vortex Asteroid
One of millions of asteroids in the Chamra Vortex where Croden, while hiding out from his crimes, claims to have found a Changeling colony. The asteroid is actually where Croden hid his sole surviving...
To entice Constable Odo, Croden claimed shapeshifters lived on his native Rakhar centuries ago but, because they kept their natural form and wouldn't assimilate, they were persecuted and driven out, existing...
A star (pronounced "han-NOH-lee") whose system was destroyed in the mid-2200s by the inadvertent expansion of a namesake subspace rupture similar to that seen near Deep Space Nine circa stardate 46853.
A world that is a source of dolomide and one of the stops (pronounced "fell-LEE-nuh") made by the Valerian transport ship Sherval Das just before it approached Deep Space Nine on stardate 46922 -- just...
The fifth planet of an otherwise unspecified Gamma Quadrant star where energy spheres are discovered by the exploring Klingon attack cruiser Toh'Kaht. Their telepathic archive of a mutiny caused its destruction...
A world that is a source of Dolomide and one of the stops (pronounced "moh-RYE-uh") made by the Valerian transport ship Sherval Das just before it approached Deep Space Nine on stardate 46922 -- just as...
Home world of the namesake space-faring race. Though Sisko calls one of its vessels of registry a "Federation ship," the planet is likely neutral since it apparently stops off on both sides of the border...
A planet renowned for its adult Holosuite programs, offered in cycles. Quark obtained the latest as of stardate 47000, which included "Picnic with the Pleasure Goddess of Rixx," Scenario 14-C.
Apparently a planet where at least part of the theology is hedonistic; one of the adult Phalonian programs obtained by Quark in early 2370 is "A Picnic with the Pleasure Goddess of Rixx". Its connection...
Destination of the non-Starfleet evacuees from Deep Space Nine when Jaro's Bajoran coup forces approached in 2370. It is apparently near Deep Space Nine in United Federation of Planets space. .
Planet where a sophisticated locking mechanism is manufactured. When Verad and his people took over Deep Space Nine, Odo was forced to stay in liquid form in a box held shut with a standard Delgorian locking...