Prime Chronology: 21st Century
- After fleeing Earth at the end of the Eugenics Wars, Stavos Keniclius lands on Phylos.
- The Nomad probe is launched from Earth. It is eventually lost in space and presumed destroyed.
- 5 April: Humans make first contact with the Vulcans at Bozeman, Montana, on Earth, following the first successful flight by warp drive inventor Zefram Cochrane.
- The S.S. Valiant encounters a magnetic storm that pushes it beyond the edge of the galaxy. Upon re-entering through the Galactic Barrier, several crew members begin exhibiting extraordinary psychic powers. The captain is forced to order the destruction of his ship.
Notes and References
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- Scheimer, Lou & Prescott, Norm (Producers). "The Infinite Vulcan." Star Trek: The Animated Series, Episode 2. Directed by Hal Sutherland. Written by Walter Koenig. Filmation Associates, 20 October 1973.
- Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). "The Changeling." Star Trek, Season 2, Episode 8. Directed by Marc Daniels. Written by John Meredyth Lucas. Desilu Productions, 29 September 1967.
- Berman, Rick (Producer). Star Trek: First Contact. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Screenplay by Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 22 November 1996.
- Berman, Rick & Braga, Brannon & Coto, Manny (Executive Producers). "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II." Star Trek: Enterprise, Season 4, Episode 19. Directed by Marvin V. Rush. Story by Manny Coto. Teleplay by Mike Sussman. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 29 April 2005.
- Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). "Where No Man Has Gone Before." Star Trek, Season 1, Episode 1. Directed by James Goldstone. Written by Samuel A. Peeples. Desilu Productions, 22 September 1966.