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The sixth season of Deep Space Nine was produced and aired in 1997 and 1998.


The series returns to the storyline of the Dominion War ravaging the Alpha Quadrant three months after it began, and matters are not going well for the former crew of Deep Space 9 nor those who remained on the station. The crew enters enemy space to destroy a ketracel-white facility, meanwhile Kira and those on the station start to organize a resistance, and Sisko leads a fleet to retake DS9. After driving the Dominion from the station and Bajor, Worf and Jadzia marry, Bashir meets with Augments to see about helping them, and O'Brien goes undercover to infiltrate the Orion Syndicate. As matter take a turn for the worst Sisko enlists the help of Garak to bring the Romulans into the war against the Dominion, later Sisko returns to Earth after losing his connection to the Prophets. Bashir encounters Sloan of Section 31 for the first time.

One very notable episodes is "Far Beyond the Stars", where Sisko experiences the life of a black science fiction writer in 1950s America. The episode was also adapted as a novelization.

This season also shows what happened with a group of Red Squad cadets who were mentioned to have gone on a training exercise in season 4.

Returning characters include Dukat, Garak, Nog, Rom, Kai Winn, Kasidy Yates, Leeta, Keiko, Molly, Zek, Brunt, Damar, Weyoun, Martok, Joseph Sisko, Ziyal, the Female Changeling and Ishka. The season introduces Vic Fontaine, Admiral William Ross and Sloan. Worf's son Alexander makes two appearances.

Licensed publications

Tie-in publications by Pocket Books and Marvel Comics, both novels and comic books, were produced in conjunction with the production of this season.


Novels set during the sixth season



See Category:Memory Beta images (DS9 season 6 images).


Star Trek television seasons
The Original Series TOS season 1TOS season 2TOS season 3
The Animated Series TAS season 1TAS season 2
The Next Generation TNG season 1TNG season 2TNG season 3TNG season 4TNG season 5TNG season 6TNG season 7
Deep Space Nine DS9 season 1DS9 season 2DS9 season 3DS9 season 4DS9 season 5DS9 season 6DS9 season 7
Voyager VOY season 1VOY season 2VOY season 3VOY season 4VOY season 5VOY season 6VOY season 7
Enterprise ENT season 1ENT season 2ENT season 3ENT season 4
Discovery DSC season 1DSC season 2DSC season 3DSC season 4
Picard PIC season 1PIC season 2
Lower Decks LD season 1LD season 2
Prodigy PRD season 1
Strange New Worlds SNW season 1