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For other uses, see Cardassia.

Cardassia is the star at the center of the planet Cardassia's system. The name of the star is also used as a form of the Cardassian homeworld's name, Cardassia Prime, and is the seat of power for the Cardassian Union.

The star is a bright red dwarf (class M2V). (Last Unicorn RPG module: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Narrator's Toolkit)

The system has a class K star, and eight planets, four of which are class M planets, all four inhabitated. The system also has two asteroid belts. (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 (C)
C-71C-111CaberhardtCada-XCaerulumCalibusCalidanCaliphCalkaCalthosCalufraxCalydonCambraCamporCamusCandidaCantosCapernaCapulonCarmara 712CarmolCarmunCarnerCarrayaCarrekCarsiukCarxalCasmusCaspanCaspanCassiopeia DeltaCastoraCastrolaCawleyCelethCelosCenturiCephenesCerberusCerebusCeriunCerkekCerkerCernenCernialCerralCersiunCersolCertax AlphaCerzomCerzosCeti AncitesCetusCevrincChapinCharulhCheron VIChi ScorpiiChiarosCholmondeleyChononChristofiChronianChrysalisCillersCita LagaClaneiaClavisClytomenesCogenColistarrComarConstinaCopernicusCorCordivalCorillCorolaCorosCorrekCorsenCorvidaeCossinaCryblonCrytoktsCulunCuralonCygnia MirosCymkoeCymonCynurCyonis Alpha and Beta Quadrant icon image.
Alpha Quadrant stars and systems (C) CaitCaldikCapellaCapricorn ArdayCardassiaCebelraiCeltrisCharaChi HerculisChin'tokaClarusCor CaroliCorwinCuellarCygnia MinorCzar'ak Alpha Quadrant icon image.
Beta Quadrant stars and systems (C) CalbridenCalderCaldosCanis MinorisCanopusCarinae DeltaCastorCestusCetiCeti AlphaChaltokCheron systems: Cheron (83 Leonis) (Cheron A, Cheron B) • Cheron (Omicron Gruis)Chi-1 OrionisChi'tanChironChortCiatellaCimeraCoridanCorvusCursaCygnet Beta Quadrant icon image.
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