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Prophet's Landing is an inhabited Bajoran planet that was colonized by Bajor prior to 2318. In the 2370s, it was the closest colony to Cardassian space.

In 2318, Minister Jas Holza expressed interest in the Cardassian proposal for the Bajorans to be given technology to increase the speed of their starships, remarking that it would bring Prophet's Landing much closer to Bajor and be a benefit to its inhabitants. (DS9 novel: Day of the Vipers)

In 2371, Kira Nerys and Odo travelled there in the USS Mekong to review Prophet's Landing's security procedures, in case the Cardassian Union should renege on their recently signed treaty and attack. While they were there, several orbital sensor platforms were installed. (DS9 episode: "Heart of Stone")

In 2376, Colonel Enand Adassa was the commander of the Militia forces on Prophet's Landing. He was likely to be replaced in his post in that year, as he was soon to join Starfleet. (DS9 novel: Bajor: Fragments and Omens)

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