By John Vornholt
The Bajoran shipyard is assigned to construct an engine for a brand new starship, a venture that could be instrumental in revitalizing the planet's war-ravished financial system. As Commander Sisko awaits the arriving of a tanker containing the antimatter that would strength the starship, a band of hijackers captures the super helpful shipment and escapes throughout the wormhole. whilst the hijacking spurs a political debate, significant Kira struggles to mediate the dispute among the opposing factions. in the meantime, Sisko makes a determined circulation to retrieve the antimatter. With the soundness of the Bajoran economic climate at stake, Sisko, Dax, and Odo infiltrate the hijackers, a movement which can have lethal effects for them and the planet Bajor.
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Over a kilometer away, Keiko could see a Bajoran work crew gathered around a similar arch that spanned an unused bay. They were painstakingly dissassembling the pylon in preparation for moving the arch to the active bay, to replace the damaged one. Two Bajoran shuttlecraft sat grounded nearby, wait- ing to lift the arch. Directly in front of her, an immense open pit surrounded a gleaming starship that had never flown, nor moved so much as a centimeter. Behind it, the sun was beginning to slip beneath the pockmarked plain.
In anticipation of what, Dax didn't want to imagine. "Hello, ladies," he intoned, grinning like a feral rat. His eyes never left various parts of Dax's anatomy. " "Just a Tellarite fizz for me," said Kira. Dax smiled pleasantly. " Quark blinked in amazement. "A grilled cheese sandwich? " "Yes, it is," said Dax. " Quark started off, then paused to do a double take. The Ferengi finally just shook his head and scurried to the food replicatot. Kira raised an eyebrow. " Dax nodded. "It's something that Curzon Dax used to eat a lot.
By the time Sisko and Kira stepped from the small transporter platform into the cramped cockpit of the Mekong, the smile had vanished from the command- er's face. It was replaced by a concerned frown, matched by that of Major Kira. "They don't seem to realize the danger they're in," said the Bajoran. " He wondered if it was really a coincidence that the arch was sabotaged just as they were standing on it. He didn't like the fact that a relatively common- place operation--the transfer of antimatter to a new ship--should be a flashpoint for bitter hatreds.
Antimatter (Star Trek Deep Space Nine, No 8) by John Vornholt