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* <span id="2-0700">[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0700:</span> Armed conflict erupts between the [[United Federation of Planets]] and the [[Klingon Empire]]. Both sides suffer heavy casualties and begin preparing for full-scale war. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that Klingon [[Klingon ranks#Thought_Admiral|Thought Admiral]] [[Krador|Krador zantai Rrilac]] has been reassigned to a military governorship on [[Muldor IV]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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<div style="text-align:center;">'''[[Stardate]] 0636 through 1635'''<br/>
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'''[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0100 through 2/0112'''</div>
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* <span id="2-0700">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0700:</span> Armed conflict erupts between the [[United Federation of Planets]] and the [[Klingon Empire]]. Both sides suffer heavy casualties and begin preparing for full-scale war. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that Klingon [[Klingon Ranks#Thought_Admiral|Thought Admiral]] [[Krador|Krador zantai Rrilac]] has been reassigned to a military governorship on [[Muldor IV]].<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==February==
 
==February==
* <span id="2-0702">[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0702:</span> The [[Derf class|''Derf'' class]] tender [[U.S.S. Acropolis|U.S.S. ''Acropolis'']] responds to a malfunctioning navigational marker buoy. A [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] warship attacks, crippling the ''Acropolis,'' and tows it into Klingon space. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the Klingons tampered with the buoy, producing the false signal. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-0702">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0702:</span> The [[Derf class|''Derf'' class]] tender [[U.S.S. Acropolis|U.S.S. ''Acropolis'']] responds to a malfunctioning navigational marker buoy. A [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] warship attacks, crippling the ''Acropolis,'' and tows it into Klingon space. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the Klingons tampered with the buoy, producing the false signal.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==May==
 
==May==
 
[[File:kirk_james_t-tos-01.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|01]])]]
 
[[File:kirk_james_t-tos-01.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|01]])]]
* <span id="1000">c.[[Stardate]] 1000</span>/<span id="2-0704">[[Stardate#Reference Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0704</span> (approx. 13 May): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] begins its Five Year Mission under [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]], following the promotion of Captain [[Pike, Christopher|Christopher Pike]] to the position of [[Starfleet Ranks#Fleet_Captain|Fleet Captain]] over [[Constitution class|''Constitution'' class]] starships. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Menagerie (Episode)|15]]; [[Star Trek: Voyager|VOY]] [[Q2 (Episode)|265]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook (FASA-2001)|2001]])
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* <span id="1000">c.[[Stardate]] 1000</span>/<span id="2-0704">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0704</span> (approx. 13 May): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] begins its Five Year Mission under [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]], following the promotion of Captain [[Pike, Christopher|Christopher Pike]] to the position of [[Starfleet Ranks#Fleet Captain|Fleet Captain]] over [[Constitution class|''Constitution'' class]] starships.<ref name="TOS15"/><ref name="VOY265"/><ref name="FASA2004A"/>
* <span id="2-0705">[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0705:</span> As a result of the danger posed by the new [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] base at [[Mastocal]], [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] [[Starbase 12]] is completed and assumes operational status. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-0705">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0705:</span> As a result of the danger posed by the new [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] base at [[Mastocal]], [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] [[Starbase 12]] is completed and assumes operational status.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==June==
 
==June==
* "Several months before" [[Stardate]] 1271.4: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Declassified (Novel)|#6]])
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* "Several months before" [[Stardate]] 1271.4<ref name="VAN06"/>
  
 
==August==
 
==August==
* <span id="1256">[[Stardate]] 1256.9</span> (approx. 14 August): The [[Daedalus class|''Daedalus'' class]] [[Starfleet Corps of Engineers]] ship [[U.S.S. Lovell NCC-470|U.S.S. ''Lovell'' NCC-470]] is assigned to provide engineering support to [[Starbase 47]], aka "Vanguard." ([[Star Trek: S.C.E.|SCE]] [[What's Past, Book 4: Distant Early Warning (Novel)|#64]])
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* <span id="1256">[[Stardate]] 1256.9</span> (approx. 14 August): The [[Daedalus class|''Daedalus'' class]] [[Starfleet Corps of Engineers]] ship [[U.S.S. Lovell NCC-470|U.S.S. ''Lovell'' NCC-470]] is assigned to provide engineering support to [[Starbase 47]], aka "Vanguard."<ref name="SCE64"/>
* <span id="1271">[[Stardate]] 1271.4</span> (approx. 20 August): Construction of [[Starbase 47]], ''aka'' ''Vanguard,'' is completed. ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Harbinger (Novel)|#1]])
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* <span id="1271">[[Stardate]] 1271.4</span> (approx. 20 August): Construction of [[Starbase 47]], ''aka'' ''Vanguard,'' is completed.<ref name="VAN01"/>
  
 
==September==
 
==September==
 
[[File:galactic_barrier-tos-01.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Galactic Barrier]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|01]])]]
 
[[File:galactic_barrier-tos-01.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Galactic Barrier]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|01]])]]
* <span id="1312">[[Stardate]] 1312.4</span>/<span id="2-0705">[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0705</span> (approx. 4 September): After the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] attempts to cross the [[Galactic Barrier]] at the edge of the galaxy, crew members [[Mitchell, Gary|Gary Mitchell]] and [[Dehner, Elizabeth|Elizabeth Dehner]] develop "godlike" psychic powers which threaten the safety of the crew. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|01]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook (FASA-2001)|2001]])
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* <span id="1312">[[Stardate]] 1312.4</span>/<span id="2-0705">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0705</span> (approx. 4 September): After the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] attempts to cross the [[Galactic Barrier]] at the edge of the galaxy, crew members [[Mitchell, Gary|Gary Mitchell]] and [[Dehner, Elizabeth|Elizabeth Dehner]] develop "godlike" psychic powers which threaten the safety of the crew.<ref name="TOS01"/><ref name="FASA2004A"/>
* <span id="1321">[[Stardate]] 1321.6</span> (approx. 9 September): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Harbinger (Novel)|#1]])
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* <span id="1321">[[Stardate]] 1321.6</span> (approx. 9 September): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] docks at [[Starbase 47]] for repairs, following the incident at the [[Galactic Barrier]].<ref name="VAN01"/>
* <span id="1329">[[Stardate]] 1329.1</span> (approx. 10 September): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] pursues a vessel and rescues its occupants: interstellar con man [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], who is arrested on outstanding charges, and three incredibly beautiful women, his cargo. After [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] diverts to a mining planet to obtain new [[dilithium]] crystals for the ''Enterprise,'' Mudd negotiates with the three miners there, exchanging the women for his own profit. Finally, Mudd's deception is revealed as the women are, in fact, taking an illegal [[Venus drug]]. Kirk obtains the crystals he needs and takes Mudd back into custody. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Mudd's Women (Episode)|03]])
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* <span id="1329">[[Stardate]] 1329.1</span> (approx. 10 September): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] pursues a vessel and rescues its occupants: interstellar con man [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], who is arrested on outstanding charges, and three incredibly beautiful women, his cargo. After [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] diverts to a mining planet to obtain new [[dilithium]] crystals for the ''Enterprise,'' Mudd negotiates with the three miners there, exchanging the women for his own profit. Finally, Mudd's deception is revealed as the women are, in fact, taking an illegal [[Venus drug]]. Kirk obtains the crystals he needs and takes Mudd back into custody.<ref name="TOS03"/>
  
 
==November==
 
==November==
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Summon the Thunder (Novel)|#2]])
 
 
[[File:fesarius-tos-02-2.jpg|200px|thumb|left|[[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] and the [[Fesarius|''Fesarius'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Corbomite Maneuver|02]])]]
 
[[File:fesarius-tos-02-2.jpg|200px|thumb|left|[[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] and the [[Fesarius|''Fesarius'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Corbomite Maneuver|02]])]]
* <span id="1512">[[Stardate]] 1512.2</span> (approx. 15 November): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is menaced by a gigantic [[Fesarius|alien ship]] whose [[Balok|commander]] condemns the crew to death. The alien ship appears all-powerful and the alien commander refuses all attempts at negotiation, forcing [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] to employ an unorthodox strategy to save the ship. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Corbomite Maneuver (Episode)|02]])
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* [[Stardate]] Unknown<ref name="VAN02"/>
* <span id="1528">[[Stardate]] 1528.4</span> (approx. 21 November): (6 weeks after "[[Summon the Thunder (Novel)|Summon the Thunder]]", date given in "[[Open Secrets (Novel)|Open Secrets]]") ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Reap the Whirlwind (Novel)|#3]])
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* <span id="1512">[[Stardate]] 1512.2</span> (approx. 15 November): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is menaced by a gigantic [[Fesarius|alien ship]] whose [[Balok|commander]] condemns the crew to death. The alien ship appears all-powerful and the alien commander refuses all attempts at negotiation, forcing [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] to employ an unorthodox strategy to save the ship.<ref name="TOS02"/>
* <span id="1531">[[Stardate]] 1531.1</span> (approx. 22 November): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits planet [[M-113]] for a routine medical inspection of the [[Crater, Robert|husband]]-[[Crater, Nancy|wife]] archaeological team stationed there, but the crew finds that the wife has been replaced by a deadly, [[M-113 salt vampire|shape-shifting creature]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Man Trap (Episode)|05]])
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* <span id="1528">[[Stardate]] 1528.4</span> (approx. 21 November): (6 weeks after "[[Summon the Thunder (Novel)|Summon the Thunder]]", date given in "[[Open Secrets (Novel)|Open Secrets]]")<ref name="VAN03"/>
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* <span id="1531">[[Stardate]] 1531.1</span> (approx. 22 November): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits planet [[M-113]] for a routine medical inspection of the [[Crater, Robert|husband]]-[[Crater, Nancy|wife]] archaeological team stationed there, but the crew finds that the wife has been replaced by a deadly, [[M-113 salt vampire|shape-shifting creature]].<ref name="TOS05"/>
 
[[File:evans_charles-tos-07.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Evans, Charlie|Charlie Evans]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Charlie X|07]])]]
 
[[File:evans_charles-tos-07.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Evans, Charlie|Charlie Evans]] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Charlie X|07]])]]
* <span id="1533">[[Stardate]] 1533.6</span> <span id="23Nov">(23 November):</span> While traveling aboard the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']], a dangerous young man named [[Evans, Charlie|Charlie Evans]] terrorizes the crew with his unusual mental powers. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Charlie X (Episode)|07]])
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* <span id="1533">[[Stardate]] 1533.6</span> <span id="23Nov">(23 November):</span> While traveling aboard the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']], a dangerous young man named [[Evans, Charlie|Charlie Evans]] terrorizes the crew with his unusual mental powers.<ref name="TOS07"/>
* <span id="1573">[[Stardate]]1573.9</span> (approx. 30 November): (3 weeks after "[[Reap the Whirlwind (Novel)|Reap the Whirlwind]]") ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Open Secrets (Novel)|#4]])
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* <span id="1573">[[Stardate]]1573.9</span> (approx. 30 November): (3 weeks after "[[Reap the Whirlwind (Novel)|Reap the Whirlwind]]")<ref name="VAN04"/>
  
 
==December==
 
==December==
* <span id="Dec25">25 December:</span> [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] meets [[doctor|Dr.]] [[Noel, Helen|Helen Noel]] at the science lab [[Christmas]] party. They dance, and Kirk talks with her about the stars. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Dagger of the Mind (Episode)|10]])
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* <span id="Dec25">25 December:</span> [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] meets [[doctor|Dr.]] [[Noel, Helen|Helen Noel]] at the science lab [[Christmas]] party. They dance, and Kirk talks with her about the stars.<ref name="TOS10"/>
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
[[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]]'s five-year mission was established to have begun in [[Chronology: 2265|2265]] in the ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' episode [[Q2 (Episode)|"Q2"]]. The ''[[Star Trek]]]'' episode [[The Menagerie (Episode)|"The Menagerie, Part I"]] further establishes that [[Spock]] served under Captain [[Pike, Christopher|Pike]] for 11 years, and that it had been 13 years since the events of [[The Cage (Episode)|"The Cage,"]] meaning that [[Stardate]] [[Chronology: 2267#3012|3012.4]] fell in either the end of the second or beginning of the third year of Kirk's command. The episode [[Charlie X (Episode)|"Charlie X"]] further added weight to this, establishing both Stardate 1533.1 and the Earth date of Thanksgiving, which falls on 23 November in 2265. As the stardates ranged from the mid-1000s to the low 3000s in the first season and continued to increase at approximately 1000 per season afterward, it seems logical to conclude that the first season spanned nearly two years, and later seasons one each, with the second season chronicling the 3000s, the third season the 4000s, and the Animated Series the 5000s. If Captain Kirk's command began on or about Stardate 1000, this would put the end of the five year mission on or about Stardate 6000, shortly after the end of the Animated Series. Using these dates as a reference point, the following can be established:  
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[[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]]'s five-year mission was established to have begun in [[Chronology: 2265|2265]] in the ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' episode [[Q2 (Episode)|"Q2"]]. The ''[[Star Trek]]]'' episode [[The Menagerie (Episode)|"The Menagerie, Part I"]] further establishes that [[Spock]] served under Captain [[Pike, Christopher|Pike]] for 11 years, and that it had been 13 years since the events of [[The Cage (Episode)|"The Cage,"]] meaning that [[Stardate]] [[Chronology: 2267#3012|3012.4]] fell two years into Kirk's command. The episode [[Charlie X (Episode)|"Charlie X"]] further added weight to this, establishing both Stardate 1533.1 and the Earth date of Thanksgiving, which falls on 23 November in 2265. As the stardates ranged from the mid-1000s to the low 3000s in the first season and continued to increase at approximately 1000 per season afterward, it seems logical to conclude that the first season spanned nearly two years, and later seasons one each, with the second season chronicling the 3000s, the third season the 4000s and 5000s, and the Animated Series the 5000s. If Captain Kirk's command began on or about Stardate 1000, this would put the end of the five year mission on or about Stardate 6000, shortly after the end of the Animated Series. Using these dates as a reference point, the following can be established:  
 
* Stardate 1000 fell on 13 May 2265.  
 
* Stardate 1000 fell on 13 May 2265.  
 
* The range for Stardates each year is from X636 to Y635 (e.g., 1636 to 2635)
 
* The range for Stardates each year is from X636 to Y635 (e.g., 1636 to 2635)
* This places "The Menagerie" (Stardate 3012.4) on 18 May 2267, at the beginning of Kirk's second year in command of the ''Enterprise''
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* This places "The Menagerie" (Stardate 3012.4) on 18 May 2267, at the beginning of Kirk's third year in command of the ''Enterprise''
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==References==
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<ref name="TOS01">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Where No Man Has Gone Before (Episode)|"Where No Man Has Gone Before."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 1. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Goldstone, James|James Goldstone]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Peeples, Samuel|Samuel A. Peeples]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 22 September 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS02">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Corbomite Maneuver (Episode)|"The Corbomite Maneuver."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 2. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sargent, Joseph|Joseph Sargent]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Sohl, Jerry|Jerry Sohl]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 10 November 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS03">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Mudd's Women (Episode)|"Mudd's Women."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 3. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Hart, Harvey|Harvey Hart]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Roddenberry, Gene|Gene Roddenberry]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Kandel, Stephen|Stephen Kandel]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 13 October 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS05">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Man Trap (Episode)|"The Man Trap."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 5. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Johnson, George Clayton|George Clayton Johnson]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 8 September 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS07">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Charlie X (Episode)|"Charlie X."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 7. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Dobkin, Lawrence|Lawrence Dobkin]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Roddenberry, Gene|Gene Roddenberry]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Fontana, D.C.|D.C. Fontana]]. [[Desilu Production]], 15 September 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS10">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Dagger of the Mind (Episode)|"Dagger of the Mind."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 10. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[McEveety, Vincent|Vincent McEveety]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Bar-David, S.|S.Bar-David]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 3 November 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS15">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Menagerie (Episode)|"The Menagerie, Part I."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 1, Episode 15. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]] and [[Butler, Robert|Robert Butler]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Roddenberry, Gene|Gene Roddenberry]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 17 November 1966.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2004A">[[Wheeler, William John|Wheeler, Wm. John]] with [[McLimore, Guy W. Jr.]], [[Poehlein, Greg K.]], and [[Tepool, David F.]] "[[Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook (FASA-2004A)|Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Book 2004A. [[FASA Corporation]], 1983.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2224">[[Barton, William A.]], [[Gallagher, Tara J.]], [[Hess, Clare W. III]], [[Huettel, Todd W.]], [[Kemper, Dale L.]], [[Menke, Bernard Edward]], [[Pardoe, Blaine L.]], [[Peterson, Boy F.]], [[Rogan, Peter R.]], [[Stein, Kevin]], [[Stuart, Rick David]], and [[Theisen, John A.]] "[[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook Update (FASA-2224)|''Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home'' Sourcebook Update]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Supplement 2224. [[FASA Corporation]]. 1986.</ref>
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<ref name="VOY265">[[Berman, Rick]] & [[Biller, Kenneth]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producers]]). "[[Q2 (Episode)|Q2]]." ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]],'' Season 7, Episode 19. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Burton, LeVar|LeVar Burton]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Biller, Kenneth|Kenneth Biller]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Doherty, Robert|Robert Doherty]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 11 April 2001.</ref>
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<ref name="VAN01">[[Mack, David]]. "[[Harbinger (Novel)|Harbinger]]." ''[[Star Trek: Vanguard]],'' Book 1. [[Pocket Books]], July 2005.</ref>
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<ref name="VAN02">[[Ward, Dayton]] and [[Dilmore, Kevin]]. "[[Summon the Thunder (Novel)|Summon the Thunder]]." ''[[Star Trek: Vanguard]],'' Book 2. [[Pocket Books]], June 2006.</ref>
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<ref name="SCE64">[[Ward, Dayton]]. "[[What's Past, Book Four: Distant Early Warning (Novel)|What's Past, Book Four: Distant Early Warning]]." ''[[Star Trek: S.C.E.]],'' Book 64. [[Pocket Books]], June 2006.</ref>
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<ref name="VAN03">[[Mack, David]]. "[[Reap the Whirlwind (Novel)|Reap the Whirlwind]]." ''[[Star Trek: Vanguard]],'' Book 3. [[Pocket Books]], May 2007.</ref>
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<ref name="VAN04">[[Ward, Dayton]]. "[[Open Secrets (Novel)|Open Secrets]]." ''[[Star Trek: Vanguard]],'' Book 4. [[Pocket Books]], April 2009.</ref>
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<ref name="VAN06">[[Ward, Dayton]], [[Dilmore, Kevin]], [[Palmieri, Marco]], and [[Mack, David]]. "[[Declassified (Novel)|Declassified]]." ''[[Star Trek: Vanguard]],'' Book 6. [[Pocket Books]], June 2011.</ref>
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Stardate 0636 through 1635
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June

August

September

  • Stardate 1312.4/Reference Stardate 2/0705 (approx. 4 September): After the Enterprise attempts to cross the Galactic Barrier at the edge of the galaxy, crew members Gary Mitchell and Elizabeth Dehner develop "godlike" psychic powers which threaten the safety of the crew.[8][4]
  • Stardate 1321.6 (approx. 9 September): The Enterprise docks at Starbase 47 for repairs, following the incident at the Galactic Barrier.[7]
  • Stardate 1329.1 (approx. 10 September): The Enterprise pursues a vessel and rescues its occupants: interstellar con man Harry Mudd, who is arrested on outstanding charges, and three incredibly beautiful women, his cargo. After Kirk diverts to a mining planet to obtain new dilithium crystals for the Enterprise, Mudd negotiates with the three miners there, exchanging the women for his own profit. Finally, Mudd's deception is revealed as the women are, in fact, taking an illegal Venus drug. Kirk obtains the crystals he needs and takes Mudd back into custody.[9]

November

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Notes

Captain Kirk's five-year mission was established to have begun in 2265 in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Q2". The Star Trek] episode "The Menagerie, Part I" further establishes that Spock served under Captain Pike for 11 years, and that it had been 13 years since the events of "The Cage," meaning that Stardate 3012.4 fell two years into Kirk's command. The episode "Charlie X" further added weight to this, establishing both Stardate 1533.1 and the Earth date of Thanksgiving, which falls on 23 November in 2265. As the stardates ranged from the mid-1000s to the low 3000s in the first season and continued to increase at approximately 1000 per season afterward, it seems logical to conclude that the first season spanned nearly two years, and later seasons one each, with the second season chronicling the 3000s, the third season the 4000s and 5000s, and the Animated Series the 5000s. If Captain Kirk's command began on or about Stardate 1000, this would put the end of the five year mission on or about Stardate 6000, shortly after the end of the Animated Series. Using these dates as a reference point, the following can be established:

  • Stardate 1000 fell on 13 May 2265.
  • The range for Stardates each year is from X636 to Y635 (e.g., 1636 to 2635)
  • This places "The Menagerie" (Stardate 3012.4) on 18 May 2267, at the beginning of Kirk's third year in command of the Enterprise
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