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2270

January


February


March

  • Stardate 5577.3: While observing a burned-out supernova, the Enterprise picks up a strange message transmitted in a two-hundred-year-old code.[5]
  • Stardate 5501.2: The disappearance of a scientific team lures the Enterprise to investigate near Lactra VII. The starship Ariel is located there, abandoned, with its captain having transported to the planet's surface.[6]


April

  • Stardate 7403.6: The Enterprise crew is taken captive by a primitive race on a newly discovered planet.[7]
  • Stardate 5275.6: Doctor McCoy is arrested for allegedly causing a deadly plague, which once ravaged the planet Dramia.[8]


May

Holographic Rec Room (TAS 20)

Holographic Rec Room (TAS 20)

  • Stardate 6334.1: Spock contracts a fatal illness, and the cure can only be found with dangerous Orion pirates.[9]
  • Stardate 3183.3: A strange energy field causes the Enterprise computer to play practical jokes on the crew, but the humor soon turns to danger.[10]


June

  • Stardate 6063.4: A mysterious being threatens to destroy the Enterprise if the crew is unable to solve an ancient puzzle.[11]
  • Stardate 6770.3: An unusual spaceship pulls the Enterprise into a "negative universe" where time seems to flow backwards.[12]

July

2273

2275

  • Stardate Unknown: A colony is established on Tau Cygna V, but its existence is forgotten over the next 90 years.[15]


Notes and References

  1. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Slaver Weapon." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 11. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Larry Niven. Filmation Associates, 15 December 1973.
  2. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Jihad." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 12. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Stephen Kandel. Filmation Associates, 12 January 1974.
  3. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Ambergris Element." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 13. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Margaret Armen. Filmation Associates, 1 December 1973.
  4. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "Once Upon a Planet." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 14. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Chuck Menville & Len Janson. Filmation Associates, 3 November 1973.
  5. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Terratin Incident." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 15. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Paul Schneider. Filmation Associates, 17 November 1973.
  6. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Eye of the Beholder." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 16. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by David P. Harmon. Filmation Associates, 5 January 1974.
  7. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "Bem." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 17. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by David Gerrold. Filmation Associates, 14 September 1974.
  8. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "Albatross." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 18. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by Dario Finelli. Filmation Associates, 28 September 1974.
  9. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Pirates of Orion." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 19. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by Howard Weinstein. Filmation Associates, 7 September 1974.
  10. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Practical Joker." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 20. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by Chuck Menville. Filmation Associates, 21 September 1974.
  11. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 21. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by Russell Bates & David Wise. Filmation Associates, 5 October 1974.
  12. Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Counter-Clock Incident." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 22. Directed by Bill Reed. Written by John Culver. Filmation Associates, 12 October 1974.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Roddenberry, Gene (Producer). Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Directed by Robert Wise. Story by Alan Dean Foster. Screenplay by Harold Livingston Paramount Pictures Corporation, 7 December 1979.
  14. Berman, Rick & Biller, Kenneth (Executive Producers). "Q2." Star Trek: Voyager, Season 7, Episode 19. Directed by LeVar Burton. Story by Kenneth Biller. Teleplay by Robert Doherty. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 11 April 2001.
  15. Roddenberry, Gene & Berman, Rick (Executive Producers) & Piller, Michael (Co-Executive Producer). "The Ensigns of Command." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 3, Episode 1. Directed by Cliff Bole. Written by Melinda M. Snodgrass. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 2 October 1989.