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The Bajoran wormhole is an artificial wormhole created by the Prophets. It is a shortcut from the Alpha to the Gamma Quadrant, covering a distance of 70,000 light years. Federation space station Deep Space 9 is located at its entrance in the Alpha Quadrant, and both wormhole and station played pivotal roles in the Dominion War.
To spiritual Bajorans the wormhole is known as the Celestial Temple.
System description[edit | edit source]
The Bajorans are a deeply spiritual people, and faith in the Prophets drives much of who they are. They are also fighters, and when their world was occupied by the Cardassian Union they launched a fierce opposition movement that ultimately drove the Cardassians forces to retreat.Bajor is one of the newest members of the United Federation of Planets.
Missions involved[edit | edit source]
- “Second Wave”: During a conference on DS9 dealing with the Borg threat, the Dominion fleet missing since 2374 returns, battles Starfleet forces and takes over Deep Space 9. The wormhole is now under Dominion control.
- “Of Bajor”: To convince the Vorta Loriss of her fleet's temporal displacement, Captain James Kurland discusses wormhole mechanics and shows data collected by U.S.S. Defiant. The Dominion has encountered wormholes before, Loriss states, but none moving objects across time, only space. She is not convinced.
- “Operation Gamma”: Using a small craft, the player travels through the wormhole to the Gamma Quadrant in order to contact the main body of the Dominion.
- “Sphere of Influence”: Researcher A'dranna believes that the Iconian gateways on New Romulus and in the Jouret System present the same opportunities for the Romulan Republic that the wormhole did for Bajor.
Missions formerly involved[edit | edit source]
- “Rapier”: The U.S.S. Rapier, a prototype starship missing for six years by 2409, is rescued by the player from the clutches of the Dominion. The attacking Jem'Hadar are killed and the Vorta commander, Eraun, captured.
- “Crack in the Mirror”: Captain James O'Brien tries and fails to redirect the wormhole to the Mirror Universe where a fleet of Terran Empire warships is waiting to conquer this reality. Inside the Celestial Temple, a physical manifestation of the Prophets' realm, the player encounters Prophet (Danna Brott) standing in the center of an island. She provides information of the Orb of Possibilities.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Gallery of outdated images[edit | edit source]
The interior of the wormhole as shown in “Rapier”
The "Celestial Temple" as it is created by the Prophets in “Crack in the Mirror”
See also[edit | edit source]
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- Bajoran wormhole at Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki.
- Bajoran wormhole at Memory Beta, the non-canon Star Trek Wiki.
|Ground||Risa Floater, Risa Powerboard, Run, Transporter|
|Sub-light||Full Impulse, Impulse Capacitance Cell, Impulse Engine (Impulse Engines), Impulse Expertise|
|Warp||Quantum Slipstream Drive, Sector Space Travel Speed, Warp Core, Warp speed|
|Transwarp||Borg Transwarp Hub, Transwarp, Transwarp Coil, Transwarp Conduit|
|Other||Bajoran wormhole, Iconian gateway, Spore drive, Teleport, “Tour the Galaxy”|