Reference Stardate 1/0200 through 1/0212
- RSD 0/6201: Informal groups of activists coalesce to form the 100-member Mars Constituent Assembly, which publishes a document called the "Fundamental Declaration of the Martian Colonies." The document asserts that the Mars colonists are entitled to the same political and legal rights as anyone living on Earth, and is generally seen as a major step for the growing independence movment. It will be used in the future as a precedent-setting document for worlds wanting to declare governmental autonomy.
- Unknown: Captain Archer and Ensign Mayweather find themselves imprisoned in a Suliban internment camp run by the Tandarans.
- Unknown: A strange, symbiotic alien creature boards Enterprise and starts kidnapping members of the crew.
- RSD 1/0202: Starfleet officials become increasingly concerned as the still-unidentified Romulans continue to conduct warlike actions. With the aggressors no longer seen as mere "space pirates," many now believe the entire Romulan species may be devoted to the goal of organized, violent aggression. Meanwhile, the Mercury class scout is commissioned; just under 400 will be built, and will serve for nearly 30 years.
- February 9: Enterprise finds itself under attack while transporting a controversial Vulcan ambassador, V'Lar.
- February 12: Commander Tucker and Captain Archer are invited to a desert planet by a man named Zobral, only to discover that he has ulterior motives.
- February 18: Enterprise finally arrives for shore leave on Risa. While there, the crew experience more than they are later willing to admit.
- February 25: (ENT: "What Price Honor?")
- Unknown: (ENT: SNW6, "Cabin E-14")
- Unknown: Enterprise is recalled to Earth after the crew is blamed for the accidental destruction of the atmosphere on the colony world of Paraagan II. En route, the ship is hijacked by the Suliban and Captain Archer is trapped in the distant future.
- April 15: Sub-Commander T'Pol relates the tale of a Vulcan crew stranded on Earth in 1957. (ENT 28)
- Unknown: Enterprise snags a cloaked mine and Lieutenant Reed and Captain Archer race to disable it during the first official contact with the Romulan Star Empire. (ENT 29)
- Unknown: Heavily damaged by the Romulan mine, Enterprise is repaired by an unmanned, automated, and apparently sentient alien repair station. (ENT 31)
- Unknown: Captain Archer's beagle, Porthos, becomes ill from an alien pathogen, and Archer frets in sickbay waiting for him to recover. (ENT 30)
- Unknown: (ENT/TLE: SNW5, "The Shoulders of Giants" (Prologue))
- Unknown: (ENT: SNW9, "Rounding a Corner Already Turned")
- Unknown: Captain Archer barters for deuterium from a mining colony plagued by Klingon marauders, who seek the fuel as well. (ENT 32)
- Unknown: Sub-Commander T'Pol is reactivated as a Vulcan intelligence agent, reawakening a dark secret from her past. (ENT 33)
- Unknown: After an away mission, Lieutenant Reed discovers that his communicator was lost on a pre-warp planet; he and Captain Archer are then captured trying to retrieve it. (ENT 34)
- Unknown: (ENT: "Surak's Soul")
- August 14: Enterprise charts a course through a trinary star system to investigate a black hole, and the crew find themselves suffering from a condition that leaves them distracted and obsessed. (ENT 35)
- Unknown: After her first trip through the transporter, Ensign Sato finds herself becoming incorporeal, with the crew believing she has perished. (ENT 36)
- RSD 1/0209.10 (10 September): An escorted convoy of G'buqoff class transports in Sector 10E is attacked by three Romulan cruisers. The defending vessels are able to drive off the attackers with light losses in the first successful convoy defense against Romulan forces.
- September 12: While answering a distress call, Commander Tucker is kidnapped along with a demanding alien princess. (ENT 37)
- September 18: As the Enterprise crew takes refuge inside one of the warp nacelles to avoid fatal exposure to an unavoidable wave of radiation, hostile aliens attempt to seize the ship. (ENT 38)
- Unknown: Commander Tucker is fired upon by an Arkonian ship and is then stranded on a planet with his attacker. With time running out before sunrise brings lethal temperatures, the two must work together to find a way off the planet. (ENT 39)
- Unknown: Sub-Commander T'Pol learns she has Pa'nar syndrome, contracted from her previous mind meld, and faces ostracism from Vulcan society. (ENT 40)
- Unknown: (ENT: SNW8, "Insanity")
- Unknown: Captain Archer negotiates a cease fire between the Andorians and the Vulcans. (ENT 41)
- Unknown: Enterprise finds a derelict ship, only to be attacked by both Suliban and Tholian ships. (ENT 42)
- Unknown: Mistaken as smugglers, Captain Archer and Commander Tucker find themselves on a prisoner transport ship. (ENT 43)
- Unknown: Noncorporeal aliens attempt to take over Enterprise. (ENT 44)
- Unknown: (ENT: SNW6, "Savior")
- Unknown: Captain Archer is arrested and imprisoned by the Klingons on charges of conspiracy against the Klingon Empire. (ENT 45)
- Unknown: (ENT: TCT, "Have Beagle, Will Travel: The Legend of Porthos")
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- Burns, Eric, Hite, Kenneth A. and Sun, Doug. Worlds. Star Trek Roleplaying Game, Book 7. Original Art by Blake Beasley and Kieran Yanner Decipher, Inc., 2005.
- Wheeler, Wm. John with McLimore, Guy W. Jr., Poehlein, Greg K., and Tepool, David F. "Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Book 2004A. FASA Corporation, 1983.
- McLimore, Guy W. Jr., and Poehlein, Greg K. "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Sourcebook Update." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Supplement 2214. FASA Corporation. 1984.
- Theisen, John A. "The Romulan War." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Supplement 2221A. Illustrations by Cliff Van Meter and Dana Knutson. FASA Corporation. 1986.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Detained." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 21. Directed by David Livingston. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. Teleplay by Mike Sussman & Phyllis Strong. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 24 April 2002.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Vox Sola." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 22. Directed by Roxanne Dawson. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Fred Dekker. Teleplay by Fred Dekker. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1 May 2002.
- Goldstein, Stan and Goldstein, Fred with Sternbach, Rick. Star Trek: Spaceflight Chronology. Pocket Books, 1980.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Fallen Hero." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 23. Directed by Patrick Norris. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and Chris Black. Teleplay by Alan Cross. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 8 May 2002.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Desert Crossing." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 24. Directed by David Straiton. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga and André Bormanis. Teleplay by André Bormanis. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 8 May 2002.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Two Days and Two Nights." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 25. Directed by Michael Dorn. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. Teleplay by Chris Black. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 15 May 2002.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Shockwave." Enterprise, Season 1, Episode 26. Directed by Allan Kroeker. Written by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 22 May 2002.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon (Executive Producers). "Shockwave, Part II." Enterprise, Season 2, Episode 1. Directed by Allan Kroeker. Written by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 18 September 2002.