For the prime reality version of Deep Space 9, see Deep Space 9. For the replacement station in the Pendragon reality, see Deep Space 9-II (Pendragon reality)

In the Pendragon reality, Deep Space 9, also known as DS9 and once known as Terok Nor, was a Federation Starfleet-controlled space station in Bajoran-controlled space. Once a Cardassian ore-processing facility in orbit of Bajor, the Cardassians abandoned the station in 2369. In the same year, DS9 became a strategically-important station for the Federation and Alpha Quadrant after the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole, and became the first point of defense against a Dominion attack from the Gamma Quadrant before and during the Dominion War. Between 2369 and 2375, Captain Benjamin Sisko was the station's commanding officer. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

In 2372, the Battle of Deep Space 9 was a significant battle in 2372 during the Federation Civil War. (Star Trek: Pendragon; Star Trek: Pendragon: Other Knights anthology: "Gravity")

During the Battle of Deep Space 9, USS Aotearoa commanding officer Captain Liam de Gaillimhe ordered his crew to destroy escape pods jettisoned from Deep Space 9 in case one or more contained a Founder. Captain Daniel Radke and his crew moved the USS Cuxhaven to protect the escape pods. Radke and his crew won the upper hand, "beating the living daylights" out of de Gaillimhe and his crew, according to Noah Wrightson. Radke supposedly told de Gaillimhe to, "stop giving into his lust for blood." (Star Trek: Pendragon: Other Knights anthology: "Gravity")

Deep Space 9 was destroyed during the battle. (Star Trek: Pendragon)

It was replaced by Deep Space 9-II through Project Restoration after the war's end. (Star Trek: Pendragon; (Star Trek: Pendragon: Other Knights anthology: "Gravity")

United Federation of Planets starbases
Starbases: 125294Expanse 3Expanse 4Expanse 7Expanse 12Farpoint
Deep space stations: 345912
Deep space stations: Pendragon reality: 99-II

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