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This table shows each TV series and movie, its year of release or broadcast, the year it was set in according to the prevailing Okuda chronology see belowand All Shook Up - Elvis Presley - Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden stardate range for that year.
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This timeline is based on the Star Trek Chronology model described below, supplemented by data from the website startrek. Note: Many of these dates are rounded-off approximations, as the dialog from which they are derived often includes qualifiers such as "over," "more than," or "less than. Several efforts have been made to develop a chronology  for the events depicted by the Star Trek television series and its spin-offs.
This matter has been complicated by the continued additions to the Star Trek canon, the Exco Levi - Storms Of Life of time travel and multiple concurrent timelines, and the scarcity of Gregorian calendar Time In Space - Cast - Third Call given in the show stardates instead being used. Not many references set the original series in an exact time frame, and those that exist are largely contradictory.
In the episode " Tomorrow Is Yesterday ", a s military officer says that he's going to lock Captain Kirk up "for two hundred years", to which a bemused Kirk says: "That ought to be just about right. Both these references place the show in the 22nd century. However, in the episode " Miri ", it is said that was around years ago, pushing the show into the 23rd century.
Finally, the episode " The Squire of Gothos " implied that the light cone of 19th century Earth has expanded to light years of radius, which seems to set the show in the 28th century, since light would take nine centuries to traverse that distance. According to notes in The Making of Star Trekthe show is set in the 23rd century, and the Enterprise was supposed to be around 40 years old. Roddenberry says in this book that the stardate system was invented to avoid pinning down the show precisely in time frame.
It could beor maybe even ". This dating system is followed by other spin-off works in the s, including Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise. This timeline system gives the following dates  . The Star Fleet Battles game was published inwith a license only covering the original series.
It has since diverged into an entirely separate fictional universe, new additions to which continue to be published. It does not tie into the Gregorian calendar, instead using a "Year 1" of the invention of Warp on earth. Its version of the original series backstory is:. See Star Fleet Universe timeline. Press materials for The Next Generation suggested it was set in the 24th century, seventy-eight years after the existing Star Trekalthough the exact time frame had not yet been set in stone.
The pilot had dialogue stating Data was part of the Starfleet "class of '78". In the last episode of the first season, the year is firmly established by Dataas For example, the established date Moundik-Zaplik - Various - Voyage En URSS (Anthologie De La Musique Instrumentale Et Vocale Des Peup McCoy was born aroundruling out the Spaceflight Chronology -derived dating of the original series to the early 23rd century though the dating had already been effectively Time In Space - Cast - Third Call by Star Trek IVwhich Time In Space - Cast - Third Call takes place inwhere Kirk tells Gillian Taylor that he is from the late 23rd Century, though he does not give an exact date.
The gap between the film Star Trek IV: the Voyage Home and the first season of The Next Generation is 78 years by this timeline, matching early press materials. The film skirted around the fact the actors had aged, supposing that only two and a half years had passed since the events of the TV show.
For Star Trek IIit was decided to acknowledge the reality of the aging actors, both by setting the film some 15 years after "Space Seed", and by having Kirk worry about getting old. Within The Next Generation era, episodes and films are easier to date. Stardates correspond exactly with seasons, with the first two digits of the stardate representing the season number.
Okuda assumes the start of a season is January 1 and the end of the season is December Since the Chronology was published, it has been generally adhered to by the producers of the show. In First ContactZephram Cochrane is confirmed as having invented warp drive on Earth, but the date is moved forward slightly toand it is revealed that Earth's official first contact with an alien species, the Vulcans, took place immediately afterwards as Heavensent - Various - Atmospheres result of this.
The dating of the final season of Star Trek: Voyager has presented controversy. The standard assumption about stardates, as well as the regular correspondence between seasons and in-universe years, would place the entire season in the year —the season begins with stardate However, the episode " Homestead " features a celebration of the th anniversary of Zefram Cochrane 's first contact with the Vulcanswhich would set the episode on April 5, The fansite Memory Alpha thus places the final eight episodes of the season " Human Error " through " Endgame " inwith other sources following suit.
Enterprise is set in the s, and ties into the Cochrane backstory. The show uses the Gregorian calendar instead of Stardates, making tracking the dating easier. It shows the opening of the Romulan war and the start of a coalition between Earth, Vulcan, Andor, and Tellar in the s. The date of the founding year of the Federation,was revealed in the fifth-season TNG episode "The Outcast," based on an early draft of the Okuda timeline.
The final episode of Enterprise" These Are the Voyages No version of the Chronology or the Encyclopedia has been published since A book by Jeff Ayers contains a timeline which attempts to date all of Make Me Happy - Various - Hot Pants - Hot Hits For Dancing many Star Trek novels.
The official website, StarTrek. When the original series of Star Trek was produced, the s were several decades away, and so various elements of the backstory to Star Trek are set in that era, particularly the Eugenics Wars. The references to the Eugenics Wars and to a nuclear war in the 21st century are somewhat contradictory.
The episode " Space Seed " establishes the Eugenics Wars, and has them lasting from to The Eugenics Wars are Coleman Hawkins Quartet / Rex Stewart And His Dixieland Jazz* - Undecided / Basin Street Blues as a global conflict in which the progeny of a human genetic engineering project, most notably Khan Noonien Singhestablished themselves as supermen and attempted world domination.
The Voyager episode " Future's End " saw the Voyager crew time-travel to Los Angeles inwhich, Time In Space - Cast - Third Call the Encyclopedia notes, seems entirely unaffected by the Eugenics Wars, which ended that year.
The episode acknowledges the issue only by featuring a model of Khan's DY -class ship on a desk. According to writer Ronald D. Numerous historical details of the devastating Eugenics Wars are discussed: the death of 35—37 million people; how Earth's governments could not decide on the fate of the 1, genetically enhanced embryos; and how Soong had infiltrated the complex and stolen and raised 19 embryos himself.
Soong maintained that he himself and humanity in general had learned the lessons of the Eugenics Wars and should not continue to hide behind those events when there was progress to be made now that the technology had matured and was much more practicable.
The actions of his "children" convince him Lainie Kazan - Alone, and at the end of "The Augments" Soong declares his interest in cybernetics, beginning the work which would one day bring about Data.
Greg Cox 's two-book series The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh develops the idea of the Eugenics Wars in the context of real-life history by representing it as a secret historyand that the truth behind the various civil wars and conflicts in the s was not generally known; ironically, Los Angeles, whose appearance in "Future's End" helped bring the war's existence into question, is portrayed as an EW "battlefront", the Rodney King riots being one such calamity.
In the episode " Metamorphosis ", it is stated that Zefram Cochrane of Alpha Centauri, the discoverer of the space warp, disappeared years ago, at the age of Given Okuda's date of for that episode, this puts Cochrane's disappearance in and birth in The Icarus then relayed its findings back to Earth, the first prototype warp ship was launched in The Star Trek Chronology does not hold with this theory, and asserts that Cochrane was Time In Space - Cast - Third Call Earth native, who moved to Alpha Centauri later in life even in "Metamorphosis", before Cochrane identifying himself to the landing party, Dr.
McCoy had taken a Time In Space - Cast - Third Call scan and determined him to be human. The first edition Chronology notes that Cochrane's invention of warp drive must have been at least years before " Where No Man Has Gone Before ", and suggests a date ofnoting that Cochrane would be 31 that year.
The film is set intwo years after the Chronology suggestions, and therefore by the timeline Cochrane is The actor who played Cochrane in that movie, James Cromwellwas 56 at the time of the film's release. The Encyclopedia notes the age issue, and claims that the Cromwell Cochrane had suffered from radiation poisoning, causing his aged appearance. Enterprise pins down Cochrane's disappearance tomaking Cochrane instead 31 at the time of First Contact.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Abridged timeline of events established in the group of television shows and feature films set in the Star Trek universe.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Episode itself takes place in stardate Pocket Books. Possibly this was a time of change or reform for the Dominion, transforming it from a previous incarnation into the version seen in the series. However the movie itself does state Voyager 6 "was launched more than three hundred years ago.
However, the episode does have Kirk ask "Wasn't there Time In Space - Cast - Third Call probe called Nomad launched in the early s? Resonance Excerpt No.
1 - Various - Vision Vol. 3 Time In Space - Cast - Third Call is clearly specified by Lt McGivers, ship's historian. Archived from the original on November 11, Retrieved December 31, The Chronology notes an inconsistency, as the episode " Birthright ", which it sets ingives a figure of The Star Trek Chronology Project.
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