Bajor

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Bajor VII is the home of the Bajorans. Its climate is similar to Earth's, but it has an axial rotation of 26 hours.
Originally a Cardassian mining station, Terok Nor was redesignated Deep Space Nine after the Cardassian Occupation and moved to the mouth of the Bajoran Wormhole.
Labor camps, like the ones on Ligos VII and Cardassia IV were rife on Bajor during the Occupation.

Bajor is an M-Class world orbiting a star that is not dissimilar to Sol. It is the 7th planet out of 14 in its system. Its surface is 68% ocean and 32% land. Its gravity is similar to earth. Bajor has 5 moons. The Bajoran day is 26 Earth-hours long.

Bajor's location is of great strategic important in the Alpha Quadrant as it lies very close to a stable wormhole. Traffic through the Bajoran wormhole is co-ordinated by the joint Federation/Bajoran administrated space station, Deep Space Nine. In 2388, Bajor became a member of the Federation.

Physical map of Bajor.

Geography

Bajor is divided into 8 main provinces that are largely contained within its main continent of Bha’hagh. These are Tozhat, Dahkur, Lonar, Hedrikspool, Musilla, Hill, Kendra and Rakantha.



Commerce

Bajor enjoys healthy trade of arable crops and mineral resources with the Federation and other, smaller local powers.

Vedek Bareil Antos.

Federation Intelligence File

Bajor enjoyed a healthy and friendly relationship with the United Federation of Planets. After having withdrawn from an approved membership arrangement in 2373 on the advice of Captain Benjamin Sisko, the Bajorans were finally welcomed into the Federation as members in 2388.

Bajor’s relationship with Cardassia was repaired in 2371 following a treaty signed by Kai Winn after much of the diplomatic groundwork was laid out by Vedek Bareil. Bareil died during the negotiation proceedings despite efforts by Lieutenant Julian Bashir, Chief Medical Officer of Deep Space Nine.


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