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<div style="text-align:center;">'''[[Stardate]] 3636 through 4635'''<br/>
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'''[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0100 through 2/0112'''</div>
  
 
[[File:nelson_class-fasa2011_color.jpg|200px|thumb|right|''Nelson'' class ([[The Federation (FASA-2011)|FASA2011]]: [[Media:nelson_class-fasa2011.jpg|Original B&W file]])]]
 
[[File:nelson_class-fasa2011_color.jpg|200px|thumb|right|''Nelson'' class ([[The Federation (FASA-2011)|FASA2011]]: [[Media:nelson_class-fasa2011.jpg|Original B&W file]])]]
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1000: [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the [[Nelson class|''Nelson'' class]] scout [[U.S.S. Valdez|U.S.S. ''Valdez'']], captured by the [[Klingon Empire]] during the [[Klingon War|war]] a decade earlier, was destroyed during this time. The Klingons had been using the ''Valdez'' along their coreward border at the time of its destruction. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-1000">[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1000:</span> [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the [[Nelson class|''Nelson'' class]] scout [[U.S.S. Valdez|U.S.S. ''Valdez'']], captured by the [[Klingon Empire]] during the [[Klingon War|war]] a decade earlier, was destroyed during this time. The Klingons had been using the ''Valdez'' along their coreward border at the time of its destruction.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==January==
 
==January==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1001: [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later confirms that, at this time, the [[Romulan Star Empire]] begins using [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]]-built [[Stormbird class|''Stormbird'' class]] cruisers along the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-1001">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1001:</span> [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later confirms that, at this time, the [[Romulan Star Empire]] begins using [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]]-built [[Stormbird class|''Stormbird'' class]] cruisers along the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]].<ref name="FASA2224"/>
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0806: Due to tectonic instability, [[Ceti Alpha VI]], which shared a binary orbit with [[Ceti Alpha V]], explodes. The effect alters Ceti Alpha V's orbit slightly, transforming it from a luxurious garden world into an inhospitable desert. ([[Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Film)|ST02]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2/0806">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0806:</span> Due to tectonic instability, [[Ceti Alpha VI]], which shared a binary orbit with [[Ceti Alpha V]], explodes. The effect alters Ceti Alpha V's orbit slightly, transforming it from a luxurious garden world into an inhospitable desert.<ref name="ST02"/><ref name="FASA2224"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (23 January): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapter 1]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (23 January): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapter 1]])
* <span id="3715">[[Stardate]] 3715.3</span> (approx. 29 January): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits a mysterious and deadly paradise planet which they discover is controlled by a machine called [[Vaal]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Apple (Episode)|38]])
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* <span id="3715">[[Stardate]] 3715.3</span> (approx. 29 January): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits a mysterious and deadly paradise planet which they discover is controlled by a machine called [[Vaal]].<ref name="TOS38"/>
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1001.30 (30 January): In [[The Triangle|the Triangle]], the world of [[Penchan II]] becomes the fourth member of the [[Imperial Klingon States]]. Penchan is vital to the future existence of the IKS, due to its vast deposits of raw materials such as [[dilithium]], allowing the IKS to begin rebuilding its worn-out fleet. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* [[Reference Stardate]] 2/1001.30 (30 January): In [[the Triangle]], the world of [[Penchan II]] becomes the fourth member of the [[Imperial Klingon States]]. Penchan is vital to the future existence of the IKS, due to its vast deposits of raw materials such as [[dilithium]], allowing the IKS to begin rebuilding its worn-out fleet.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==February==
 
==February==
 
[[File:enterprise_1701-mirror-tos-39.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[I.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|I.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Mirror, Mirror (Episode)|39]])]]
 
[[File:enterprise_1701-mirror-tos-39.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[I.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|I.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Mirror, Mirror (Episode)|39]])]]
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: A [[Transporter|transporter]] mishap slips [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and his companions into a parallel universe, where the [[I.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] serves a barbaric [[Terran Empire|Empire]] instead of the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Mirror, Mirror (Episode)|39]])
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* [[Stardate]] Unknown: A [[transporter]] mishap slips [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and his companions into a parallel universe, where the [[I.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] serves a barbaric [[Terran Empire|Empire]] instead of the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]].<ref name="TOS39"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (18-26 February): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 2-13]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (18-26 February): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 2-13]])
  
 
==March==
 
==March==
* [[Stardate]] 3842.3/[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0902: (approx. 16 March): While transporting dignitaries to an important peace conference, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is pursued by a mysterious vessel and an assassin is discovered among the passengers. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Journey to Babel (Episode)|44]]) The question of [[Coridan]]'s admission to the [[United Federation of Planets]] is settled by the inspired oratory of [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Sarek]] of [[Vulcan]]. Meanwhile, the first of a series of [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]]/[[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] non-aggression and technological exchange treaties are signed. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook (FASA-2004)|2004]])
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* <span id="3842">[[Stardate]] 3842.3</span>/<span id="2-0902">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0902:</span> (approx. 16 March): While transporting dignitaries to an important peace conference, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is pursued by a mysterious vessel and an assassin is discovered among the passengers. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Journey to Babel (Episode)|44]]) The question of [[Coridan]]'s admission to the [[United Federation of Planets]] is settled by the inspired oratory of [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Sarek]] of [[Vulcan]]. Meanwhile, the first of a series of [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]]/[[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] non-aggression and technological exchange treaties are signed.<ref name="FASA2004A"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (22-23 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 14-15]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (22-23 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 14-15]])
  
 
==April==
 
==April==
* [[Stardate]] 3950.1 (approx. 24 April): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Una]] steals the [[Transfer Key]] while visiting the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]], in an attempt to rescue her comrades from the alternate universe where they have been trapped since [[Chronology: 2249|2249]]. Soon after, the Key is stolen by a [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ''[[Tal Shiar]]'' agent who had infiltrated the ''Enterprise'' crew. ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: "[[Legacies, Book 1: Captain to Captain (Novel)|Legacies, Book 1: Captain to Captain]]")
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[[File:number_one-tos00.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Una]] ([[Chronology: 2254|2254]]) ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Cage (Episode)|00]])]]
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* <span id="3950">[[Stardate]] 3950.1</span> (approx. 24 April): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Una]] steals the [[Transfer Key]] while visiting the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]], in an attempt to rescue her comrades from the alternate universe where they have been trapped since [[Chronology: 2249|2249]]. Soon after, the Key is stolen by a [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ''[[Tal Shiar]]'' agent who had infiltrated the ''Enterprise'' crew.<ref name="Legacies1"/>
  
 
==May==
 
==May==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1005: Originally issued by the [[Tellar Prime|Tellarite]] Planetary Government, and later adopted by the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] in 2281, the [[Federation Peace Medal]] commends an individual who has set a personal example of fostering peace, mutual respect, and cooperation among divergent races. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual (FASA-2012)|2012]])
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* <span id="2-1005">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1005:</span> Originally issued by the [[Tellar Prime|Tellarite]] Planetary Government, and later adopted by the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] in [[Chronology: 2281|2281]], the [[Federation Peace Medal]] commends an individual who has set a personal example of fostering peace, mutual respect, and cooperation among divergent races.<ref name="FASA2012"/>
* [[Stardate]] 4040.7 (approx. 17 May): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and a landing party are forced to fight in gladiatorial games on a planet modeled after the [[Roman Empire]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Bread and Circuses (Episode)|43]])
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* <span id="4040">[[Stardate]] 4040.7</span> (approx. 17 May): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and a landing party are forced to fight in gladiatorial games on a planet modeled after the [[Roman Empire]].<ref name="TOS43"/>
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: A [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ship uses the stolen [[Transfer Key]] in an attempt to disrupt [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]/[[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] peace talks on [[Centaurus]] by transporting several members of both delegations, including [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Sarek]] and [[Klingon High Council|Councilor]] [[Gorkon]], into an alternate universe. ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: "[[Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense (Novel)|Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense]]")
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* [[Stardate]] Unknown: A [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ship uses the stolen [[Transfer Key]] in an attempt to disrupt [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]/[[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] peace talks on [[Centaurus]] by transporting several members of both delegations, including [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Sarek]] and [[Klingon High Council|Councilor]] [[Gorkon]], into an alternate universe.<ref name="Legacies2"/>
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: Following the destruction of the [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ship and the recovery of the [[Transfer Key]], the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] travels from [[Centaurus]] to the disputed world of [[Usilde]] to rescue all of the people who have become trapped in the alternate universe. ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: "[[Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key (Novel)|Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key]]")
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* [[Stardate]] Unknown: Following the destruction of the [[Romulan Star Empire|Romulan]] ship and the recovery of the [[Transfer Key]], the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] travels from [[Centaurus]] to the disputed world of [[Usilde]] to rescue all of the people who have become trapped in the alternate universe.<ref name="Legacies3"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (26-30 May): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 16-18]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (26-30 May): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 16-18]])
  
 
==June==
 
==June==
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (2-5 June): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 19-23]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (2-5 June): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 19-23]])
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0003: [[Starbase 27]], constructed near the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]'s border with the [[Klingon Empire]], 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="2-0003">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0003:</span> [[Starbase 27]], constructed near the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]'s border with the [[Klingon Empire]], assumes operational status.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==July==
 
==July==
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (14-21 July): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 24-26]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (14-21 July): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 24-26]])
 
[[File:constellation_1017-tos-35.jpg|200px|thumb|right|U.S.S. ''Constellation'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Doomsday Machine (Episode)|35]])]]
 
[[File:constellation_1017-tos-35.jpg|200px|thumb|right|U.S.S. ''Constellation'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Doomsday Machine (Episode)|35]])]]
* [[Stardate]] 4202.9/[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/0802 (approx. 26 July): After losing his entire crew to an alien planet-eating machine, [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]] [[Decker, Matthew|Matthew Decker]] pulls rank on [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] in order to play a game of cat-and-mouse with the mechanical adversary. His efforts to destroy the menace place the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] in grave danger. In a tactic later known as the Kirk Defense, and following Decker's self-sacrificial example, the ''Enterprise'' crew disables the [[Doomsday Machine]] by setting the [[U.S.S. Constellation NCC-1017|''Constellation'']]'s engines for self-destruct, exploding the starship inside the Doomsday Machine. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Doomsday Machine (Episode)|35]])
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* <span id="4202">[[Stardate]] 4202.9</span>/<span id="2-0802">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/0802</span> (approx. 26 July): After losing his entire crew to an alien planet-eating machine, [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]] [[Decker, Matthew|Matthew Decker]] pulls rank on [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] in order to play a game of cat-and-mouse with the mechanical adversary. His efforts to destroy the menace place the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] in grave danger. In a tactic later known as the Kirk Defense, and following Decker's self-sacrificial example, the ''Enterprise'' crew disables the [[Doomsday Machine]] by setting the [[U.S.S. Constellation NCC-1017|''Constellation'']]'s engines for self-destruct, exploding the starship inside the Doomsday Machine.<ref name="TOS35"/>
* [[Stardate]] 4211.4 (approx. 29 July): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] must decide how to save a primitive people from the technological interference of the [[Klingons]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[A Private Little War (Episode)|45]])
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* <span id="4211">[[Stardate]] 4211.4</span> (approx. 29 July): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] must decide how to save a primitive people from the technological interference of the [[Klingons]].<ref name="TOS45"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (30-31 July): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 27-29]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (30-31 July): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 27-29]])
  
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==September==
 
==September==
* [[Stardate]] 4307.1 (approx. 2 September): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an energy-draining space creature. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Immunity Syndrome (Episode)|48]])
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* <span id="4307">[[Stardate]] 4307.1</span> (approx. 2 September): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an energy-draining space creature.<ref name="TOS48"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (9-10 September): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 37-49]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (9-10 September): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 37-49]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (12-14 September): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 50-52]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (12-14 September): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 50-52]])
* [[Stardate]] 4372.5 (approx. 26 September): [[Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] hosts a spoiled [[Elaan|princess]], who must bring peace to a star system at war. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Elaan of Troyius (Episode)|57]])
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* <span id="4372">[[Stardate]] 4372.5</span> (approx. 26 September): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] hosts a spoiled [[Elaan|princess]], who must bring peace to a [[Tellun system|star system]] at war.<ref name="TOS57"/>
  
 
==October==
 
==October==
* [[Stardate]] 4385.3 (approx. 1 October): For trespassing on an alien world, [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and his companions are forced to re-enact the famous shoot-out at the [[O.K. Corral]] with themselves cast as the losing side. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Spectre of the Gun (Episode)|56]])
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* <span id="4385">[[Stardate]] 4385.3</span> (approx. 1 October): For trespassing on an alien world, [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and his companions are forced to re-enact the famous shoot-out at the [[O.K. Corral]] with themselves cast as the losing side.<ref name="TOS56"/>
  
 
==November==
 
==November==
* [[Stardate]] 4513.3 (approx. 16 November): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and the crew have another run-in with [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], this time finding him as the king of a planet of [[Androids|androids]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[I, Mudd (Episode)|41]])
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* <span id="4513">[[Stardate]] 4513.3</span> (approx. 16 November): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and the crew have another run-in with [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], this time finding him as the king of a planet of [[Androids|androids]].<ref name="TOS41"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (19 November): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapter 53]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (19 November): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapter 53]])
* [[Stardate]] 4523.3 (approx. 20 November): [[Tribbles]]&mdash;purring, limbless, and fertile&mdash;disrupt the colonization of a [[Sherman's Planet|disputed planet]] between the [[Klingon Empire]] and the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Trouble With Tribbles (Episode)|42]])
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* <span id="4523">[[Stardate]] 4523.3</span> (approx. 20 November): [[Tribbles]]&mdash;purring, limbless, and fertile&mdash;disrupt the colonization of a [[Sherman's Planet|disputed planet]] between the [[Klingon Empire]] and the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]].<ref name="TOS42"/>
  
 
==December==
 
==December==
* [[Stardate]] 4598.0 (approx. 17 December): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits a planet with a violent culture based on America's 1920s prohibition era. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[A Piece of the Action (Episode)|49]])
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* <span id="4598">[[Stardate]] 4598.0</span> (approx. 17 December): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits a planet with a violent culture based on America's 1920s prohibition era.<ref name="TOS49"/>
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (28-29 December): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] #5: "[[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 54-60]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown (28-29 December): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] #5: "[[Precipice (Novel)|#5, Chapters 54-60]])
  
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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''
 
* 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="TOS35">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Doomsday Machine (Episode)|"The Doomsday Machine."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 6. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Spinrad, Norman|Norman Spinrad]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 20 October 1967.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS38">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Apple (Episode)|"The Apple."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 9. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Pevney, Joseph|Joseph Pevney]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Ehrlich, Max|Max Ehrlich]] (Story and Teleplay) and [[Coon, Gene L.|Gene L. Coon]] (Teleplay). [[Desilu Productions]], 13 October 1967.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS39">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Mirror, Mirror (Episode)|"Mirror, Mirror."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 10. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Bixby, Jerome|Jerome Bixby]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 6 October 1967.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS41">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[I, Mudd (Episode)|"I, Mudd."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 12. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Kandel, Stephen|Stephen Kandel]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 3 November 1967.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS42">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Trouble With Tribles (Episode)|"The Trouble With Tribbles."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 13. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Pevney, Joseph|Joseph Pevney]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Gerrold, David|David Gerrold]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 29 December 1967.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS43">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[Bread and Circuses (Episode)|"Bread and Circuses."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 14. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Senensky, Ralph|Ralph Senensky]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Roddenberry, Gene|Gene Roddenberry]] and [[Coon, Gene L.|Gene L. Coon]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 15 March 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS45">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]/[[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]]). [[A Private Little War (Episode)|"A Private Little War."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 16. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daniels, Marc|Marc Daniels]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Crucis, Jud|Jud Crucis]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 2 February 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS48">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[The Immunity Syndrome (Episode)|"The Immunity Syndrome."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 19. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Pevney, Joseph|Joseph Pevney]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Sabaroff, Robert|Robert Sabaroff]]. [[Desilu Productions]], 19 January 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS49">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]). [[A Piece of the Action (Episode)|"A Piece of the Action."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 2, Episode 20. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Komack, James|James Komack]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Harmon, David P.|David P. Harmon]] (Story and Teleplay) and [[Coon, Gene L.|Gene L. Coon]] (Teleplay). [[Desilu Productions]], 12 January 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS56">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Spectre of the Gun (Episode)|"Spectre of the Gun."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 1. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[McEveety, Vincent|Vincent McEveety]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Cronin, Lee|Lee Cronin]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 25 October 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS57">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Elaan of Troyius (Episode)|"Elaan of Troyius."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 2. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Lucas, John Meredyth|John Meredyth Lucas]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Lucas, John Meredyth|John Meredyth Lucas]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 20 December 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="ST02">[[Salin, Robert]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Film)|''Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan'']]. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Meyer, Nicholas|Nicholas Meyer]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Bennett, Harve|Harve Bennett]] and [[Sowards, Jack B.|Jack B. Sowards]]. [[:Category:Writers|Screenplay]] by [[Meyer, Nicholas|Nicholas Meyer]] (Uncredited). [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 4 June 1982.</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="FASA2012">[[Stuart, Rick]]. "[[Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual (FASA-2012)|''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' Officer's Manual]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Supplement 2012. [[:Category:Artists|Illustrations]] by [[Caswell, Rob|Rob Caswell]], [[Dietrick, David R.|David R. Dietrick]], [[Farley, A.C.|A.C. Farley]], [[Knutson, Dana|Dana Knutson]], [[Nelson, Jim|Jim Nelson]], [[Laubenstein, Jeff|Jeff Laubenstein]], and [[Marsh, Todd F.|Todd F. Marsh]]. [[FASA Corporation]]. 1988.</ref>
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<ref name="Legacies1">[[Cox, Greg]]. [[Legacies, Book 1: Captain to Captain (Novel)|''Legacies, Book 1: Captain to Captain'']]. ''[[Star Trek]].'' [[Pocket Books]], June 2016.</ref>
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<ref name="Legacies2">[[Mack, David]]. [[Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense (Novel)|''Legacies, Book 2: Best Defense'']]. ''[[Star Trek]].'' [[Pocket Books]], July 2016.</ref>
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<ref name="Legacies3">[[Ward, Dayton]] & [[Dilmore, Kevin]]. [[Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key (Novel)|''Legacies, Book 3: Purgatory's Key'']]. ''[[Star Trek]].'' [[Pocket Books]], August 2016.</ref>
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</references>

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Stardate 3636 through 4635
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U.S.S. Constellation (TOS 35)

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October

  • Stardate 4385.3 (approx. 1 October): For trespassing on an alien world, Captain Kirk and his companions are forced to re-enact the famous shoot-out at the O.K. Corral with themselves cast as the losing side.[15]

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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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References

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  2. Salin, Robert (Producer). Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Story by Harve Bennett and Jack B. Sowards. Screenplay by Nicholas Meyer (Uncredited). Paramount Pictures Corporation, 4 June 1982.
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  5. 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.
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