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B'hava'el (also referred to as the Bajor system or Bajoran system), is a star with an associated star system located 62 light-years from the Sol system, in the space of Bajor sector in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant.
In addition to being the home of the Bajoran people the system has been occupied by the Cardassians for a long period of the mid-24th century and the Dominion in the Dominion War. As of 2376 the system became part of Federation space with Bajor's admittance into the United Federation of Planets. (DS9 novel: Unity)
During the Cardassian occupation a number of small outposts were established throughout the system on small planets and moons by the Bajoran Resistance. These are now maintained by the Federation with minimal maintenance and have been supplemented with additional Starfleet equipment including subspace monitors, emergency beacons and supply caches. (ST reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)
B'hava'el (also called Bajor) was the main sequence (type G2V or bright yellow dwarf) star of the Bajoran system. The star was orbited by at least two class M worlds, including Bajor and Bajor VIII. Bajor-B'hava'el is approximately 60 light-years away from Sol. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, Last Unicorn RPG module: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Narrator's Toolkit, ST website: StarTrek.com)
Prior to the Dominion War, the star was a target of the Founder who had replaced Doctor Julian Bashir. He constructed a weapon comprised of trilithium, tekasite, and protomatter. This weapon would have caused Bajor-B'hava'el to go supernova. The real Doctor Bashir - along with Worf, Son of Mogh and Garak - escaped from Dominion captivity just in time to warn Deep Space 9 that a Changeling infiltrator was on board. Discovering the runabout USS Yukon speeding towards Bajor-B'hava'el with the changeling on board, the USS Defiant dragged the runabout away from the star before the weapon could be used. (DS9 episode: "By Inferno's Light")
- In TNG video game: Birth of the Federation, the orbital configuration of the game map star systems was randomly generated each time a new game started.
- B'hava'el (primary)
- Tiljara (Comet Alpha)
- Empok Nor
|Beta Ursae sector block|
|Bajor sector||Ajir system (Ajir IX) • Bajor-B'hava'el (Bajor I • Bajor II • Bajor III • Bajor IV • Bajor V • Bajor VI • Bajor • Cajara, Empok Nor • Denorios Belt, Bajoran wormhole, Deep Space 9, Deep Space 9 II • Andros • Bajor IX • Bajor X • Ba'Syladon • Bajor XII • Bajor XIII • Bajor XIV) • Golana • Prophet's Landing • Tasak|
|Cardassia sector||Cardassia system (Cardassia)|
|Kalandra sector||Caldik (Caldik Prime) • Draygo (Draygo IV) • Farius (Farius Prime) • Galador (Galador II) • Hanolan • Kalandra (Kalandra Minor) • Klaestron system (Klaestron IV) • Kotaki • Kressari system (Kressari) • Merak (Lya • Lya Station Alpha • Merak II) • Starbase 375|
|Stars and star systems of the Cardassian Union|
|Almatha • Ankaro • Aokii • Arawath • Arduria • Argaya • Bajor (ceded 2369) • Bryma • Cardassia • Celtris • Chin'toka • Cuellar • Davon • Doltec • Geilod • Glintara • Gulvaria • Hagal • Iota Cephei • Kelrabi • Lahra • Mirish • Monac • Nuraka • Olmerak • Orias • Peyit • Quinor • Rakal • Raknal • Rissa • Rondac • Septimus • Shahr • Torros • Trelka • Trivas • Unefra • Weibak • Varian • Velos • Ventani • Xoxa|