Bryma was a star with an associated star system location in the galaxy's Alpha Quadrant, near the space of the Federation and the Cardassian Union in the 24th century. Bryma was a G type body in the vicinity of the Hugora Nebula, near Almatha, Celtris, Topin, Hakton and Saltok. (ST reference: Star Charts)

This system was the location of a planet, also named Bryma. This location was annexed by the Cardassians in the year 2343. (TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible)


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After the treaty of 2370, Bryma became part of the Demilitarized Zone. Bryma later became the target of the Maquis, who suspected it was being used as a weapons depot for the Cardassians colonists in the DMZ. The attempted Maquis attack, led by Cal Hudson, was turned back by forces from Deep Space 9. (DS9 episode: "The Maquis, Part II", VOY - The Brave and the Bold, Book Two novella: The Third Artifact; ST reference: Star Charts)

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.

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Stars and star systems of the Cardassian Union
AlmathaAnkaroAokiiArawathArduriaArgayaBajor (ceded 2369) • BrymaCardassiaCeltrisChin'tokaCuellarDavonDoltecGeilodGlintaraGulvariaHagalIota CepheiKelrabiLahraMirishMonacNurakaOlmerakOriasPeyitQuinorRakalRaknalRissaRondacSeptimusShahrTorrosTrelkaTrivasUnefraWeibakVarianVelosVentaniXoxa Emblem of the Cardassian Union.
Alpha and Beta Quadrant stars and star systems (B)
B HydriBabylusBahrBakadaBaldurBalkaBallionBandorBarakBaranBardeezaBardexBarklayBarnard 183Barnard 392BarthaBartunuBarzanBatenBawBaxakBejarusBelariusBelaruzBelmaraBenarBennusBenziBerakBernayBerryBersallisBersusBestariBetaBeta 6Beta ArantialusBeta ArgothaBeta ArietisBeta BoraBeta CanzandiaBeta CassiusBeta CepheiBeta CorvelaBeta DamoronBeta EnerasBeta EpsilonBeta ForminiaBeta HerculaniBeta HydraBeta Hydra 378Beta HydrosBeta IndiBeta JalonisBeta KupsicBeta LaerasBeta Li'odoBeta MagellanBeta MaradaBeta MaradiBeta MariotiaBeta MinoraBeta MyamidBeta NiobeBeta NirobiBeta NorabBeta OrigiiBeta OrsilakBeta OrvisBeta PaugdiBeta PentheBeta PortolanBeta PrometheusBeta ProximaBeta QuaternasBeta ReticuliBeta RigalaBeta RigaliaBeta ScoraataBeta TarsusBeta TriaranBeta Ursae MinorBeta VeldonnaBeta VirgilisBeta XaridianBeta'ElanBetonBetrisius MajorBeyvenBikesBiliuzBimiokBimumBiraBiranBiruinBisiulBisoxBixiemBletayilBlysBoacoBolarusBoliusBomelli 709BoquBorBorakaBorealBorgiaBorigrassBoristarBoron 437BoruBoteinBoxiezBracasBraslotaBre'elBrentisBringloidBrinus ZetaBrutusB'SaariBygoth Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (B) BahamBajorBalancarBalosneeBarnard's StarBehr'akBeneciaBerengariaBeta 16 CetiBeta AndromedaeBeta AquilaeBeta AurigaeBeta BoötisBeta Canum VenaticorumBeta CetiBeta Comae BerenicesBeta Coronae BorealisBeta CygniBeta DelphiniBeta DraconisBeta HerculisBeta LyraeBeta Maxim 437Beta OphiuchiBeta PerseiBeta Piscis AustralisBeta RennerBeta TauriBeta TrianguliBeta Ursae MajorisB'hava'elB'liiBryma Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (B) BaldukBaroliaBarradasBeidBelakBellatrixBenzarBeta AntaresBeta Canis MinorisBeta CarinaeBeta CentauriBeta ColumbaeBeta EridaniBeta GeminorumBeta HydriBeta LankalBeta LeonisBeta Leonis MinorisBeta OctantisBeta OrionisBeta PavonisBeta Pavonis JK-838Beta PictorisBeta RigelBeta StromgrenBeta TheseusBeta ThoridorBeta VirginisBeta VolantisBetelgeuseBlack StarB'MothBolarusBoragiBorethBortasBorkaBresharBrestantBuqretBuruk Beta Quadrant icon image.
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