Fantasy worlds have established maps. Science fictional worlds not so much: what maps exist of imaginary planets are often fan imaginings rather than “official” work. One exception is the planet Bajor, a key location in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Its map was created by DS9 writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe, who drew it on a white board in the show’s writer’s room, and maintained it over five seasons. Wolfe posted the map to Twitter last week.
By popular demand, here’s the map of Bajor I drew on a whiteboard for the #StarTrek #DS9 Writers Office. pic.twitter.com/6djaZHHzJL
— Robert Hewitt Wolfe (@writergeekrhw) July 31, 2019
Adam Whitehead, who runs the Atlas of Ice and Fire blog, has created a version of Wolfe’s map of Bajor; he also used Map to Globe to give us a spheroid version.
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