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<div class="HeaderRow ButtonLeftCorners" style="display:inline;width:33%;">Prev: [[Chronology: 2269|2269]]</div>
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<div class="HeaderRow" style="display:inline;width:33%;text-align:center;">[[Chronology|Comprehensive Chronology]]</div>
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<div style="text-align:center;">'''[[Stardate]] 5636 through 6635'''<br/>
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'''[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1200 through 2/1312'''</div>
  
 
==January==
 
==January==
 
[[File:constitution_class-tos-10.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Dagger of the Mind (Episode)|10]])]]
 
[[File:constitution_class-tos-10.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Dagger of the Mind (Episode)|10]])]]
* [[Stardate]] 5483.7 (1-2 January): Investigating a sector of space where starships have disappeared every 27 years, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] finds a race of beautiful women living on a hidden planet. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Lorelei Signal (Episode)|06]])
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* <span id="5483">[[Stardate]] 5483.7</span> (1-2 January): Investigating a sector of space where starships have disappeared every 27 years, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] finds a race of beautiful women living on a hidden planet.<ref name="TAS06"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5554.4: While visiting the newly discovered planet [[Phylos]], [[Starfleet Ranks#Lieutenant|Lieutenant]] [[Sulu, Hikaru|Sulu]] picks up a walking plant, called a [[Retlaw]], and is poisoned. The [[Phylosians|alien species]] that inhabits the planet, who are also plantlike beings, approach and save Sulu's life. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Infinite Vulcan (Episode)|02]])
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* <span id="5554">[[Stardate]] 5554.4:</span> While visiting the newly discovered planet [[Phylos]], [[Starfleet Ranks#Lieutenant|Lieutenant]] [[Sulu, Hikaru|Sulu]] picks up a walking plant, called a [[Retlaw]], and is poisoned. The [[Phylosians|alien species]] that inhabits the planet, who are also plantlike beings, approach and save Sulu's life.<ref name="TAS02"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5592.1: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew revisits the [[amusement park planet|"amusement park" planet]], hoping for some rest and relaxation. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Once Upon a Planet (Episode)|14]])
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* <span id="5592">[[Stardate]] 5592.1:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew revisits the [[amusement park planet|"amusement park" planet]], hoping for some rest and relaxation.<ref name="TAS14"/>
* [[Stardate]] 4978.5: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] receives orders to arrest [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] outlaw [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], who is accused of selling fake love crystals. Intercepting Mudd on the mining colony of [[Motherlode]], they bring him aboard the ''Enterprise.'' ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Mudd's Passion (Episode)|08]])
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* <span id="4978">[[Stardate]] 4978.5:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] receives orders to arrest [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] outlaw [[Mudd, Harry|Harry Mudd]], who is accused of selling fake love crystals. Intercepting Mudd on the mining colony of [[Motherlode]], they bring him aboard the ''Enterprise.''<ref name="TAS08"/>
 
[[File:janus-06_mine-tos-26.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Janus VI]] mine ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Devil in the Dark (Episode)|26]])]]
 
[[File:janus-06_mine-tos-26.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Janus VI]] mine ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Devil in the Dark (Episode)|26]])]]
* [[Stardate]] 8941.4/[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1201: [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] is called to [[Janus VI]], where he must serve as a judge regarding the murder of a [[Horta]]. In the process, an important discovery is made about the race of Hortas that once populated the planet. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Witness for the Defense (FASA-2202)|2202]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="8941">[[Stardate]] 8941.4</span>/<span id="2-1201">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1201:</span> [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] is called to [[Janus VI]], where he must serve as a judge regarding the murder of a [[Horta]]. In the process, an important discovery is made about the race of Hortas that once populated the planet.<ref name="FASA2202"/><ref name="FASA2224"/>
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1201: While on routine patrol near [[Tholian Assembly|Tholian]] space, the [[Larson class|''Larson'' class]] destroyer [[U.S.S. Cre'cy NCC-4312|U.S.S. ''Cre'cy'' NCC-4312]] encounters the badly damaged hull of the [[U.S.S. Hood NCC-1703|U.S.S. ''Hood'' NCC-1703]], apparently no longer trapped in spatial [[interphase]]. The ''Cre'cy'' successfully tows the battered hulk to the nearest [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] outpost, where officials initially decide to scrap the vessel, but later decide instead to refit it. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* [[Reference Stardate]] 2/1201: While on routine patrol near [[Tholian Assembly|Tholian]] space, the [[Larson class|''Larson'' class]] destroyer [[U.S.S. Cre'cy NCC-4312|U.S.S. ''Cre'cy'' NCC-4312]] encounters the badly damaged hull of the [[U.S.S. Hood NCC-1703|U.S.S. ''Hood'' NCC-1703]], apparently no longer trapped in spatial [[interphase]]. The ''Cre'cy'' successfully tows the battered hulk to the nearest [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] outpost, where officials initially decide to scrap the vessel,<ref name="FASA2224"/> but later decide instead to refit it.<ref name="FASA2012"/>
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1201: The [[Denebian Swan of Merit]] is introduced by the [[Deneb IV]] Planetary Government, and is awarded to individuals who have displayed valor in the service of the planet Deneb or its citizens in the course of [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] duties. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual (FASA-2012)|2012]])
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* [[Reference Stardate]] 2/1201: The [[Denebian Swan of Merit]] is introduced by the [[Deneb IV]] Planetary Government, and is awarded to individuals who have displayed valor in the service of the planet Deneb or its citizens in the course of [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] duties.<ref name="FASA2012"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5693.2/[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1003.01 (approx. 21 January): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] is caught between dimensions while the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is trapped by an energy draining web spun by the [[Tholians]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Tholian Web (Episode)|64]])
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* <span id="5693">[[Stardate]] 5693.2</span>/<span id="2-1003">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1003.01</span> (approx. 21 January): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] is caught between dimensions while the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is trapped by an energy draining web spun by the [[Tholians]].<ref name="TOS64"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5710.5 (approx. 27 January): Invisible "time-accelerated" [[Scalosians|aliens]] take over the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] and attempt to abduct the crew for use as "genetic stock." ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Wink of An Eye (Episode)|68]])
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* <span id="5710">[[Stardate]] 5710.5</span> (approx. 27 January): Invisible "time-accelerated" [[Scalosians|aliens]] take over the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] and attempt to abduct the crew for use as "genetic stock."<ref name="TOS68"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5718.3 (approx. 30 January): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] visits a mental health facility and confronts an insane [[Garth, Kelvar|starship captain]] who believes he is destined to control the universe. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Whom Gods Destroy (Episode)|71]])
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* <span id="5718">[[Stardate]] 5718.3</span> (approx. 30 January): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] visits a mental health facility and confronts an insane [[Garth, Kelvar|starship captain]] who believes he is destined to control the universe.<ref name="TOS71"/>
  
 
==February==
 
==February==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1202: [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Rivera, Carlos|Carlos Rivera]], a senior diplomat, is called in to help persuade the [[Lorealyn system]] to join the Federation. Lying within the [[Klingon Neutral Zone]], the system possesses important crystal deposits that could be valuable for experiments in [[transwarp drive|transwarp propulsion]]. The [[Mission class|''Mission'' class]] courier [[U.S.S. Magnan NCC-13843|U.S.S. ''Magnan'' NCC-13843]] transports the ambassador, but is intercepted by a [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] [[D7 class]] cruiser. Ambassador Rivera and his party are taken aboard the cruiser, where they are temporarily imprisoned. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Adventure Book (FASA-2001)#In_the_Presence_of_My_Enemies|2001: ''Adventure Book,'' "In the Presence of My Enemies"]]) [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the [[Klingon Empire|Klingons']] [[Kinza D'elma]] naval base has been completed in territory acquired under the [[Organian Peace Treaty]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-1202">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1202:</span> [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] [[ambassador|Ambassador]] [[Rivera, Carlos|Carlos Rivera]], a senior diplomat, is called in to help persuade the [[Lorealyn system]] to join the Federation. Lying within the [[Klingon Neutral Zone]], the system possesses important crystal deposits that could be valuable for experiments in [[transwarp drive|transwarp propulsion]]. The [[Mission class|''Mission'' class]] courier [[U.S.S. Magnan NCC-13843|U.S.S. ''Magnan'' NCC-13843]] transports the ambassador, but is intercepted by a [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] [[D-7 class]] cruiser. Ambassador Rivera and his party are taken aboard the cruiser, where they are temporarily imprisoned.<ref name="FASA2001BEnemies"/> [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the [[Klingon Empire|Klingons']] [[Kinza D'elma]] naval base has been completed in territory acquired under the [[Organian Peace Treaty]].<ref name="FASA2224"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5725.3 (approx. 1 February): Strange, energy-based [[Zetars|alien life forms]] threaten the [[Memory Alpha]] station and the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Lights of Zetar (Episode)|73]])
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* <span id="5725">[[Stardate]] 5725.3</span> (approx. 1 February): Strange, energy-based [[Zetars|alien life forms]] threaten the [[Memory Alpha]] station and the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew.<ref name="TOS73"/>
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits an abandoned outpost guarded by a mysterious computer. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[That Which Survives (Episode)|69]])
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* [[Stardate]] Unknown: The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] visits an abandoned outpost guarded by a mysterious computer.<ref name="TOS69"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5726.4 (approx. 2 February): ''(shortly after "[[That Which Survives (Episode)|That Which Survives]]")'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: [[One Small Step (Novel)|''Gateways'' #1, "One Small Step"]])
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* <span id="5726">[[Stardate]] 5726.4</span> (approx. 2 February): ''(shortly after "[[That Which Survives (Episode)|That Which Survives]]")'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: [[One Small Step (Novel)|''Gateways'' #1, "One Small Step"]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown:  "One Giant Leap" ''(immediately following "[[One Small Step (Novel)|One Small Step]]")'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: [[What Lay Beyond (Novel)#One_Giant_Leap|''Gateways'' #7, ''What Lay Beyond:'' "One Giant Leap"]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown:  "One Giant Leap" ''(immediately following "[[One Small Step (Novel)|One Small Step]]")'' ([[Star Trek|TOS]]: [[What Lay Beyond (Novel)#One_Giant_Leap|''Gateways'' #7, ''What Lay Beyond:'' "One Giant Leap"]])
* [[Stardate]] 5729.8 (approx. 3 February): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 5]])
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* <span id="5729">[[Stardate]] 5729.8</span> (approx. 3 February): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 5]])
* [[Stardate]] 5730.2 (approx. 3 February): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] picks up the last two survivors of a war-torn [[Cheron|planet]] who are still committed to destroying each other aboard the ship. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Let That Be Your Last Battlefield (Episode)|70]])
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* <span id="5730">[[Stardate]] 5730.2</span> (approx. 3 February): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] picks up the last two survivors of a war-torn [[Cheron|planet]] who are still committed to destroying each other aboard the ship.<ref name="TOS70"/>
* [[Stardate]] 1254.4: While exploring near the center of the galaxy, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is caught inside an energy/matter vortex and all her computer systems fail. A being named [[Lucien]] appears on the bridge, repairs the ship's systems and takes the crew to explore his planet, [[Megas-Tu]]. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Magicks of Megas-Tu (Episode)|09]])
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* <span id="1254">[[Stardate]] 1254.4:</span> While exploring near the center of the galaxy, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is caught inside an energy/matter vortex and all her computer systems fail. A being named [[Lucien]] appears on the bridge, repairs the ship's systems and takes the crew to explore his planet, [[Megas-Tu]].<ref name="TAS09"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5577.3: While observing a burned-out [[supernova]], the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] picks up a strange message transmitted in a two-hundred-year-old code. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Terratin Incident (Episode)|15]])
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* <span id="5577">[[Stardate]] 5577.3:</span> While observing a burned-out [[supernova]], the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] picks up a strange message transmitted in a two-hundred-year-old code.<ref name="TAS15"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5267.2: While exploring the [[Delta Triangle]], where many starships have disappeared, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is attacked by several [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] vessels. During the battle they are caught in an [[ion storm]]. The ''Enterprise'' and one Klingon battlecruiser are drawn into a spacetime vortex and end up in a timeless dimension. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Time Trap (Episode)|10]])
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* <span id="5267">[[Stardate]] 5267.2:</span> While exploring the [[Delta Triangle]], where many starships have disappeared, the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is attacked by several [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] vessels. During the battle they are caught in an [[ion storm]]. The ''Enterprise'' and one Klingon battlecruiser are drawn into a spacetime vortex and end up in a timeless dimension.<ref name="TAS10"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5392.4: While the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] escorts two robot cargo ships carrying [[quintotriticale]], a new seed grain, to famine-stricken [[Sherman's Planet]], it encounters a [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] battlecruiser pursuing a [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] scout ship. When the ''Enterprise'' rescues the pilot, the [[Klingons]] attack with a new energy weapon and demand that the pilot be handed over to them. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[More Tribbles, More Troubles (Episode)|01]])
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* <span id="5392">[[Stardate]] 5392.4:</span> While the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] escorts two robot cargo ships carrying [[quintotriticale]], a new seed grain, to famine-stricken [[Sherman's Planet]], it encounters a [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] battlecruiser pursuing a [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] scout ship. When the ''Enterprise'' rescues the pilot, the [[Klingons]] attack with a new energy weapon and demand that the [[Jones, Cyrano|pilot]] be handed over to them.<ref name="TAS01"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5499.9: While exploring the water planet [[Argo]], [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and Mr. [[Spock]] are transformed into water breathers by the planet's undersea inhabitants, the [[Aquans]]. In order to return to their normal selves, they must enlist the help of the Aquans to capture a giant [[sur-snake]], whose venom holds the antidote. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Ambergris Element (Episode)|13]])
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* <span id="5499">[[Stardate]] 5499.9:</span> While exploring the water planet [[Argo]], [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and Mr. [[Spock]] are transformed into water breathers by the planet's undersea inhabitants, the [[Aquans]]. In order to return to their normal selves, they must enlist the help of the Aquans to capture a giant [[sur-snake]], whose venom holds the antidote.<ref name="TAS13"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5784.2 (approx. 23 February): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an ageless and mischievous race of psychic [[Platonians|humanoids]] who claim to have organized their society around ancient Greek ideals. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Plato's Stepchildren (Episode)|67]])
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* <span id="5784">[[Stardate]] 5784.2</span> (approx. 23 February): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an ageless and mischievous race of psychic [[Platonians|humanoids]] who claim to have organized their society around ancient Greek ideals.<ref name="TOS67"/>
  
 
==March==
 
==March==
 
[[File:aleriad-fasa2205.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Aleriad]] ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Denial of Destiny (FASA-2205)|2205]])]]
 
[[File:aleriad-fasa2205.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Aleriad]] ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Denial of Destiny (FASA-2205)|2205]])]]
* [[Stardate]] 7680.9/[[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1203: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] is assigned to supervise the evacuation of humanoids on the planet [[Aleriad]], which is about to be destroyed due to system instability. Although the [[Prime Directive]] is suspended, [[Alerians|Alerian]] religious beliefs and [[Orion Syndicate|Orion]] agents complicate the evacuation process. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Denial of Destiny (FASA-2205)|2205]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]]) Meanwhile, the first outbreak of [[Orion blood fever]] occurs among the inhabitants of [[Rigel VII]]. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the disease depopulated several [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] settlements before quarantines were ordered. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="7680">[[Stardate]] 7680.9</span>/<span id="2-1203">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1203:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'']] is assigned to supervise the evacuation of humanoids on the planet [[Aleriad]], which is about to be destroyed due to system instability. Although the [[Prime Directive]] is suspended, [[Alerians|Alerian]] religious beliefs and [[Orion Syndicate|Orion]] agents complicate the evacuation process.<ref name="FASA2205"/><ref name="FASA2224"/> Meanwhile, the first outbreak of [[Orion blood fever]] occurs among the inhabitants of [[Rigel VII]]. [[Starfleet Intelligence]] later learns that the disease depopulated several [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] settlements before quarantines were ordered.<ref name="FASA2224"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5818.4 (approx. 7 March): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] races against time to acquire plague-fighting minerals from [[Ardana|a world]] in the midst of a civil uprising. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Cloud Minders (Episode)|74]])
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* <span id="5818">[[Stardate]] 5818.4</span> (approx. 7 March): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] races against time to acquire plague-fighting minerals from [[Ardana|a world]] in the midst of a civil uprising.<ref name="TOS74"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5821.3 (approx. 8 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 7]])
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* <span id="5821">[[Stardate]] 5821.3</span> (approx. 8 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 7]])
* [[Stardate]] 5822.6 (approx. 9 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapters 9-10]])
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* <span id="5822">[[Stardate]] 5822.6</span> (approx. 9 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapters 9-10]])
* [[Stardate]] 5829.6 (approx. 11 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapters 1-2, 4, 6, 8]])
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* <span id="5829-6">[[Stardate]] 5829.6</span> (approx. 11 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapters 1-2, 4, 6, 8]])
* [[Stardate]] 5829.7 (approx. 11 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 11, part 1]])
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* <span id="5829-7">[[Stardate]] 5829.7</span> (approx. 11 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9, Chapter 11, part 1]])
* [[Stardate]] 5830.4 (approx. 12 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|Chapter 11, part 2]])
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* <span id="5830">[[Stardate]] 5830.4</span> (approx. 12 March): ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|Chapter 11, part 2]])
* [[Stardate]] 5832.3 (approx. 12 March): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is hijacked by the criminal Doctor [[Sevrin]] and his loyal, hippie-like followers, who are attempting to find paradise. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Way to Eden (Episode)|75]])
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* <span id="5832">[[Stardate]] 5832.3</span> (approx. 12 March): The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] is hijacked by the criminal Doctor [[Sevrin]] and his loyal, hippie-like followers, who are attempting to find paradise.<ref name="TOS75"/>
* [[Stardate]] 6334.1: [[Spock]] contracts a fatal illness, and the cure can only be found with dangerous [[Orions|Orion]] pirates. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Pirates of Orion (Episode)|19]])
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* <span id="6334">[[Stardate]] 6334.1:</span> [[Spock]] contracts a fatal illness, and the cure can only be found with dangerous [[Orions|Orion]] pirates.<ref name="TAS19"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5843.7 (approx. 16 March): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an immortal [[Flint|Human]] who lives as a recluse on a planet of his own. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Requiem for Methuselah (Episode)|76]])
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* <span id="5843">[[Stardate]] 5843.7</span> (approx. 16 March): The crew of the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] encounters an immortal [[Flint|Human]] who lives as a recluse on a planet of his own.<ref name="TOS76"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5683.1: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] arrives at the [[Vedala asteroid]], where [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and Mr. [[Spock]] have been summoned to learn about a stolen religious artifact, the "[[Soul of the Skorr]]", whose theft could ignite a galactic holy war. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Jihad (Episode)|12]])
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* <span id="5683">[[Stardate]] 5683.1:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] arrives at the [[Vedala asteroid]], where [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and Mr. [[Spock]] have been summoned to learn about a stolen religious artifact, the "[[Soul of the Skorr]]", whose theft could ignite a galactic holy war.<ref name="TAS12"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5275.6: Doctor [[McCoy, Leonard|McCoy]] is arrested for allegedly causing a deadly plague, which once ravaged the planet [[Dramia]]. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Albatross (Episode)|18]])
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* <span id="5275">[[Stardate]] 5275.6:</span> Doctor [[McCoy, Leonard|McCoy]] is arrested for allegedly causing a deadly plague, which once ravaged the planet [[Dramia]].<ref name="TAS18"/>
 
[[File:rec_room-tas-20.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Holographic Rec Room ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Practical Joker (Episode)|20]])]]
 
[[File:rec_room-tas-20.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Holographic Rec Room ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Practical Joker (Episode)|20]])]]
* [[Stardate]] 3183.3: A strange energy field causes the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] computer to play practical jokes on the crew, but the humor soon turns to danger. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Practical Joker (Episode)|20]])
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* <span id="3183">[[Stardate]] 3183.3:</span> A strange energy field causes the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] computer to play practical jokes on the crew, but the humor soon turns to danger.<ref name="TAS20"/>
* [[Stardate]] 6063.4: A mysterious being threatens to destroy the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] if the crew is unable to solve an ancient puzzle. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth (Episode)|21]])
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* <span id="6063">[[Stardate]] 6063.4:</span> A mysterious being threatens to destroy the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] if the crew is unable to solve an ancient puzzle.<ref name="TAS21"/>
  
 
==April==
 
==April==
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[What Judgments Come (Novel)|#7: Prologue]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[What Judgments Come (Novel)|#7: Prologue]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] #8: "[[Storming Heaven (Novel)|#8: Prologue, Epilogue]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] #8: "[[Storming Heaven (Novel)|#8: Prologue, Epilogue]])
* [[Stardate]] 6770.3: An unusual spaceship pulls the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] into a "negative universe" where time seems to flow backwards. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Counter-Clock Incident (Episode)|22]])
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* <span id="6770">[[Stardate]] 6770.3:</span> An unusual spaceship pulls the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] into a "negative universe" where time seems to flow backwards.<ref name="TAS22"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5501.2: The disappearance of a scientific team lures the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] to investigate near [[Lactra VII]]. The starship [[Ariel|''Ariel'']] is located there, abandoned, with its captain having transported to the planet's surface. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Eye of the Beholder (Episode)|16]])
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* <span id="5501">[[Stardate]] 5501.2:</span> The disappearance of a scientific team lures the [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] to investigate near [[Lactra VII]]. The starship [[Ariel|''Ariel'']] is located there, abandoned, with its captain having transported to the planet's surface.<ref name="TAS16"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5906.4 (approx. 8 April): [[Excalbians|Aliens]] force [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and [[Spock]] to battle illusionary villains in a test of good versus evil. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[The Savage Curtain (Episode)|77]])
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* <span id="5906">[[Stardate]] 5906.4</span> (approx. 8 April): [[Excalbians|Aliens]] force [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]] and [[Spock]] to battle illusionary villains in a test of good versus evil.<ref name="TOS77"/>
* [[Stardate]] 7403.6: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew is taken captive by a primitive race on a newly discovered planet. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[Bem (Episode)|17]])
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* <span id="7403">[[Stardate]] 7403.6:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|''Enterprise'']] crew is taken captive by a primitive race on a newly discovered planet.<ref name="TAS17"/>
* [[Stardate]] 4187.3: In the [[Copernicus, Shuttlecraft, NCC-1701/12|Shuttlecraft ''Copernicus'']], Mr. [[Spock]], [[Uhura, Nyota|Uhura]], and [[Sulu, Hikaru|Sulu]] are ''en route'' to [[Starbase 25]] to deliver a [[stasis box]]&mdash;a rare artifact of the [[Slaver Empire]]&mdash;when the [[Kzinti]] intervene. ([[Star Trek#Animated_Series|TAS]] [[The Slaver Weapon (Episode)|11]])
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* <span id="4187">[[Stardate]] 4187.3:</span> In the [[Copernicus, Shuttlecraft, NCC-1701/12|Shuttlecraft ''Copernicus'']], Mr. [[Spock]], [[Uhura, Nyota|Uhura]], and [[Sulu, Hikaru|Sulu]] are ''en route'' to [[Starbase 25]] to deliver a [[stasis box]]&mdash;a rare artifact of the [[Slaver Empire]]&mdash;when the [[Kzinti]] intervene.<ref name="TAS11"/>
* [[Stardate]] 5928.5 (approx. 16 April): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]]'s consciousness becomes trapped in the body of a [[Lester, Janice|woman]] bent on killing him and taking over his command&mdash;while inhabiting ''his'' body. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Turnabout Intruder (Episode)|79]])
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* <span id="5928">[[Stardate]] 5928.5</span> (approx. 16 April): [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]]'s consciousness becomes trapped in the body of a [[Lester, Janice|woman]] bent on killing him and taking over his command&mdash;while inhabiting ''his'' body.<ref name="TOS79"/>
* [[Stardate]] 7098.5: ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9: Chapter 12]])
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* <span id="7098">[[Stardate]] 7098.5:</span> ([[Star Trek: Vanguard|VAN]] [[In Tempest's Wake (Novel)|#9: Chapter 12]])
* [[Stardate]] 5943.7 (approx. 22 April): [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]], [[Spock]], and [[McCoy, Leonard|McCoy]] are trapped in the past on [[Sarpeidon|a world]] threatened by a [[supernova]]. ([[Star Trek|TOS]] [[All Our Yesterdays (Episode)|78]])
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* <span id="5943">[[Stardate]] 5943.7</span> (approx. 22 April): [[Kirk, James T.|Kirk]], [[Spock]], and [[McCoy, Leonard|McCoy]] are trapped in the past on [[Sarpeidon|a world]] threatened by a [[supernova]].<ref name="TOS78"/>
  
 
==May==
 
==May==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1204: The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] ends its Five Year Mission under [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]], and enters spacedock for an extensive refit. ([[Star Trek: Voyager|VOY]] [[Q2 (Episode)|265]]; [[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Film)|ST01]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook (FASA-2004)|2004]]) Kirk is promoted to [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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[[File:kirk_james_t-st01.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]] ([[Stardate]] [[Chronology: 2273#7410|7410.2]]) ([[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Film)|ST01]])]]
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardates]] 2/1209-2/1212 (May-July): [[Coridan]], a [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] protectorate, experiences increasing numbers of [[dilithium]] crystal hijackings, resulting in numerous fatalities and severe financial repercussions. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Margin of Profit (FASA-2209)|2209]]; [[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
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* <span id="2-1204">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1204:</span> The [[U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701|U.S.S. ''Enterprise'' NCC-1701]] ends its Five Year Mission under [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] [[Kirk, James T.|James T. Kirk]], and enters spacedock for an extensive refit.<ref name="VOY265"/><ref name="ST01"/><ref name="FASA2004A"/> Kirk is promoted to [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]].<ref name="FASA2224"/>
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* <span id="2-1209">[[Reference Stardates]] 2/1209-2/1212</span> (May-July): [[Coridan]], a [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]] protectorate, experiences increasing numbers of [[dilithium]] crystal hijackings, resulting in numerous fatalities and severe financial repercussions.<ref name="FASA2209"/><ref name="FASA2224"/>
  
 
==June==
 
==June==
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* <span id="2-1204">[[Reference Stardates]] 2/1204-2/1212:</span>  [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]] [[Kirk, James|Kirk]] spends much of his shore leave using his influence and prestige to assure [[Starfleet]]'s continued vigilant, but non-militant, activities in the face of [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] aggression outside the [[Klingon Neutral Zone]]. He is appointed to Starfleet's Operating Forces Board to ensure that his proposals are carried out, and is promoted again to [[Starfleet Ranks#Admiral|Admiral]].<ref name="FASA2224"/>
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* <span id="2-1212">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1212:</span> [[Starfleet Ranks#Commander|Commander]] [[Spock]] declines an offer of promotion to [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] and resigns from active duty, entering the [[Starfleet]] Reserve while pursuing the [[Kolinahr]] discipline on [[Vulcan]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Sourcebook (FASA-2214)|2214]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: (6 months after "[[Storming Heaven (Novel)|Storming Heaven]]," 2 months after [[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Turnabout Intruder (Episode)|79]]) ([[Star Trek: Seekers|Seekers]] [[Second Nature (Novel)|#1]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: (6 months after "[[Storming Heaven (Novel)|Storming Heaven]]," 2 months after [[Star Trek|TOS]] [[Turnabout Intruder (Episode)|79]]) ([[Star Trek: Seekers|Seekers]] [[Second Nature (Novel)|#1]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Seekers|Seekers]] [[Point of Divergence (Novel)|#2]])
 
* [[Stardate]] Unknown: ([[Star Trek: Seekers|Seekers]] [[Point of Divergence (Novel)|#2]])
  
 
==July==
 
==July==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1207.01 (1 July): The standard [[Starfleet]] uniform is changed to "the long-sleeved, round-necked tunic in grey or tan, with one-piece pants and foot coverings[, with the] standard belt monitor ... attached at waist level in front." Service branch is denoted by the color of the background circle of the Starfleet arrowhead/delta insignia as follows: Command white, Science orange, Engineering red, Medical green, Operations yellow, and Security silver. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Sourcebook (FASA-2214)|2214]])
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* <span id="2-1207">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1207.01</span> (1 July): The standard [[Starfleet]] uniform is changed to "the long-sleeved, round-necked tunic in grey or tan, with one-piece pants and foot coverings[, with the] standard belt monitor ... attached at waist level in front." Service branch is denoted by the color of the background circle of the Starfleet arrowhead/delta insignia as follows: Command white, Science orange, Engineering red, Medical green, Operations yellow, and Security silver.<ref name="FASA2214"/>
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardates]] 2/1204-2/1212:  [[Starfleet Ranks#Commodore|Commodore]] [[Kirk, James|Kirk]] spends much of his shore leave using his influence and prestige to assure [[Starfleet]]'s continued vigilant, but non-militant, activities in the face of [[Klingon Empire|Klingon]] aggression outside the [[Klingon Neutral Zone]]. He is appointed to Starfleet's Operating Forces Board to ensure that his proposals are carried out, and is promoted again to [[Starfleet Ranks#Admiral|Admiral]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Sourcebook (FASA-2224)|2224]])
 
  
 
==September==
 
==September==
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==November==
 
==November==
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1309: The [[Aakenn class|''Aakenn'' class]] freighter [[U.S.S. Mundy|U.S.S. ''Mundy'']] is found adrift near [[Starbase 21]] with life support systems operating but without a crew. Millions of live [[Tribbles]] are found in the vessel's cargo hold, surviving on the food produced by a still-functioning [[food synthesizers|food synthesizer]]. Several years later, two ''Mundy'' crewmembers will be found, and they will relate how renegade [[Klingons]] boarded the vessel, discovered the cargo of Tribbles, and killed or marooned the entire crew. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Federation Ship Recognition Manual (FASA-2302)|2302]])
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[[File:aakenn_class-fasa2302_color.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Aakenn class|''Aakenn'' class]] ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Federation Ship Recognition Manual (FASA-2302)|2302]]; [[Media:aakenn_class-fasa2302.jpg|Original B&W Image]])]]
 
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* <span id="2-1309">[[Reference Stardate]] 2/1309:</span> The [[Aakenn class|''Aakenn'' class]] freighter [[U.S.S. Mundy|U.S.S. ''Mundy'']] is found adrift near [[Starbase 21]] with life support systems operating but without a crew. Millions of live [[Tribbles]] are found in the vessel's cargo hold, surviving on the food produced by a still-functioning [[food synthesizers|food synthesizer]]. Several years later, two ''Mundy'' crewmembers will be found, and they will relate how renegade [[Klingons]] boarded the vessel, discovered the cargo of Tribbles, and killed or marooned the entire crew.<ref name="FASA2302"/>
==December==
 
* [[Stardate#Reference_Stardates|Reference Stardate]] 2/1212: [[Starfleet Ranks#Commander|Commander]] [[Spock]] declines an offer of promotion to [[Starfleet Ranks#Captain|Captain]] and resigns from active duty, entering the [[Starfleet]] Reserve while pursuing the [[Kolinahr]] discipline on [[Vulcan]]. ([[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|FASA]] [[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Sourcebook (FASA-2214)|2214]])
 
  
 
==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 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:  
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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)
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The order given for the episodes of [[Star Trek#Animated Series|''Star Trek: The Animated Series'']] is taken from the novelizations, which included chronological references and additional story elements. While the novelizations gave new (and more consistent) stardates, the stardates given in the original episode have been retained.
 
The order given for the episodes of [[Star Trek#Animated Series|''Star Trek: The Animated Series'']] is taken from the novelizations, which included chronological references and additional story elements. While the novelizations gave new (and more consistent) stardates, the stardates given in the original episode have been retained.
  
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==References==
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<ref name="TOS64">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[The Tholian Web (Episode)|"The Tholian Web."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 9. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Wallerstein, Herb|Herb Wallerstein]] and [[Senensky, Ralph|Ralph Senensky]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Burns, Judy|Judy Burns]] and [[Richards, Chet|Chet Richards]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 15 November 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS67">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Plato's Stepchildren (Episode)|"Plato's Stepchildren."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 12. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Alexander, David|David Alexander]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Dolinsky, Meyer|Meyer Dolinsky]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 22 November 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS68">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Wink of an Eye (Episode)|"Wink of an Eye."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 13. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Taylor, Jud|Jud Taylor]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Cronin, Lee|Lee Cronin]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Heinemann, Arthur|Arthur Heinemann]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 29 November 1968.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS69">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[That Which Survives (Episode)|"That Which Survives."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 14. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Wallerstein, Herb|Herb Wallerstein]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Richards, Michael|Michael Richards]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Lucas, John Meredyth|John Meredyth Lucas]] [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 24 January 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS70">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Let That Be Your Last Battlefield (Episode)|"Let That Be Your Last Battlefield."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 15. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Taylor, Jud|Jud Taylor]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Cronin, Lee|Lee Cronin]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Crawford, Oliver|Oliver Crawford]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 10 January 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS71">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Whom Gods Destroy (Episode)|"Whom Gods Destroy."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 16. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Wallerstein, Herb|Herb Wallerstein]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Sohl, Jerry|Jerry Sohl]] &amp; [[Erwin, Lee|Lee Erwin]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Erwin, Lee|Lee Erwin]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 3 January 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS73">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[The Lights of Zetar (Episode)|"The Lights of Zetar."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 18. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Kenwith, Herb|Herb Kenwith]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Tarcher, Jeremy|Jeremy Tarcher]] and [[Lewis, Shari|Shari Lewis]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 31 January 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS74">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[The Cloud Minders (Episode)|"The Cloud Minders."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 19. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Taylor, Jud|Jud Taylor]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Gerrold, David|David Gerrold]] and [[Crawford, Oliver|Oliver Crawford]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Armen, Margaret|Margaret Armen]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 28 February 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS75">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[The Way to Eden (Episode)|"The Way to Eden."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 20. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Alexander, David|David Alexander]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Richards, Michael|Michael Richards]] &amp; [[Heinemann, Arthur|Arthur Heinemann]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Richards, Michael|Michael Richards]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 21 February 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS76">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Requiem for Methuselah (Episode)|"Requiem for Methuselah."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 21. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Golden, Murray|Murray Golden]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Bixby, Jerome|Jerome Bixby]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 14 February 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS77">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]/[[:Category:Writers|Story and Teleplay]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[The Savage Curtain (Episode)|"The Savage Curtain."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 22. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Daugherty, Herschel|Herschel Daugherty]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Heinemann, Arthur|Arthur Heinemann]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 7 March 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS78">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[All Our Yesterdays (Episode)|"All Our Yesterdays."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 23. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Chomsky, Marvin|Marvin Chomsky]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Aroeste, Jean Lisette|Jean Lisette Aroeste]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 14 March 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TOS79">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Executive Producer]]/[[:Category:Writers|Story]]) and [[Freiberger, Fred]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Turnabout Intruder (Episode)|"Turnabout Intruder."]] ''[[Star Trek]],'' Season 3, Episode 24. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Wallerstein, Herb|Herb Wallerstein]]. [[:Category:Writers|Teleplay]] by [[Singer, Arthur|Arthur Singer]]. [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 3 June 1969.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS01">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[More Tribbles, More Troubles (Episode)|"More Tribbles, More Troubles."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 1. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Gerrold, David|David Gerrold]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 6 October 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS02">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Infinite Vulcan (Episode)|"The Infinite Vulcan."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 2. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Koenig, Walter|Walter Koenig]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 20 October 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS06">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Lorelei Signal (Episode)|"The Lorelei Signal."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 6. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Armen, Margaret|Margaret Armen]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 29 September 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS08">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[Mudd's Passion (Episode)|"Mudd's Passion."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 8. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Kandel, Stephen|Stephen Kandel]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 10 November 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS09">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Magicks of Megas-Tu (Episode)|"The Magicks of Megas-Tu."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 9. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Brody, Larry|Larry Brody]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 27 October 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS10">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Time Trap (Episode)|"The Time Trap."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 10. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Perry, Joyce|Joyce Perry]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 24 November 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS11">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Slaver Weapon (Episode)|"The Slaver Weapon."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 11. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Niven, Larry|Larry Niven]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 15 December 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS12">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Jihad (Episode)|"The Jihad."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 12. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Kandel, Stephen|Stephen Kandel]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 12 January 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS13">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Ambergris Element (Episode)|"The Ambergris Element."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 13. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Armen, Margaret|Margaret Armen]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 1 December 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS14">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[Once Upon a Planet (Episode)|"Once Upon a Planet."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 14. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Menville, Chuck|Chuck Menville]] &amp; [[Janson, Len|Len Janson]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 3 November 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS15">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Terratin Incident (Episode)|"The Terratin Incident."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 15. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Schneider, Paul|Paul Schneider]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 17 November 1973.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS16">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Eye of the Beholder (Episode)|"The Eye of the Beholder."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 16. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Sutherland, Hal|Hal Sutherland]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Harmon, David P.|David P. Harmon]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 5 January 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS17">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[Bem (Episode)|"Bem."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 17. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Gerrold, David|David Gerrold]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 14 September 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS18">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[Albatross (Episode)|"Albatross."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 18. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Finelli, Dario|Dario Finelli]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 28 September 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS19">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Pirates of Orion (Episode)|"The Pirates of Orion."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 19. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Weinstein, Howard|Howard Weinstein]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 7 September 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS20">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Practical Joker (Episode)|"The Practical Joker."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 20. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Menville, Chuck|Chuck Menville]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 21 September 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS21">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth (Episode)|"How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 21. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Bates, Russell|Russell Bates]] &amp; [[Wise, David|David Wise]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 5 October 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="TAS22">[[Scheimer, Lou]] &amp; [[Prescott, Norm]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producers]]). [[The Counter-Clock Incident (Episode)|"The Counter-Clock Incident."]] ''[[Star Trek#Animated_Series|Star Trek: The Animated Series]],'' Episode 22. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Reed, Bill|Bill Reed]]. [[:Category:Writers|Written]] by [[Culver, John|John Culver]]. [[Filmation Associates]], 12 October 1974.</ref>
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<ref name="ST01">[[Roddenberry, Gene]] ([[:Category:Producers|Producer]]). [[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Film)|''Star Trek: The Motion Picture'']]. [[:Category:Directors|Directed]] by [[Wise, Robert|Robert Wise]]. [[:Category:Writers|Story]] by [[Foster, Alan Dean|Alan Dean Foster]]. [[:Category:Writers|Screenplay]] by [[Livingston, Harold|Harold Livingston]] [[Paramount Pictures Corporation]], 7 December 1979.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2001BEnemies">[[McLimore, Guy W. Jr.]], [[Poehlein, Greg K.]], and [[Tepool, David F.]] "[[Adventure Book (FASA-2001B)#In the Presence of My Enemies|In the Presence of My Enemies]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Book 2001B. [[:Category:Artists|Illustrations and Drawings]] by [[O'Connell, Mitch|Mitch O'Connell]] and [[Weisman, Jordan|Jordan Weisman]]. [[FASA Corporation]], 1983.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2202">[[McLimore, Guy W. Jr.]] "[[Witness for the Defense (FASA-2202)|Witness for the Defense]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Book 2202. [[:Category:Artists|Graphic Design]] by [[Knutson, Dana|Dana Knutson]] and [[O'Connell, Mitch|Mitch O'Connell]]. [[FASA Corporation]], 1983.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2205">[[Hooper, Andrew Philip]]. "[[Denial of Destiny (FASA-2205)|Denial of Destiny]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Book 2205. [[:Category:Artists|Illustrations]] by [[Knutson, Dana|Dana Knutson]] and [[Deitrick, David R.|David R. Deitrick]]. [[FASA Corporation]], 1983.</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="FASA2209">[[Keith, J. Andrew]]. "[[Margin of Profit (FASA-2209)|Margin of Profit]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Book 2209. [[:Category:Artists|Graphics and Layout]] by [[Knutson, Dana|Dana Knutson]], [[Miller, Norman|Norman Miller]], and [[Weisman, Jordan|Jordan Weisman]]. [[:Category:Artists|Illustrations]] by [[Miller, Norman|Norman Miller]]. [[FASA Corporation]], 1984.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2214">[[McLimore, Guy W. Jr.]], and [[Poehlein, Greg K.]] "[[Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Sourcebook Update (FASA-2214)|''Star Trek III: The Search for Spock'' Sourcebook Update]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Supplement 2214. [[FASA Corporation]]. 1984.</ref>
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<ref name="FASA2302">[[Brown, Forest G.]] "[[Federation Ship Recognition Manual (FASA-2302)|Federation Ship Recognition Manual]]." ''[[Star Trek: The Role Playing Game (FASA)|Star Trek: The Role Playing Game]],'' Supplement 2302. [[:Category:Artists|Illustrations]] by [[Knutson, Dana|Dana Knutson]] and [[Oswald, Robert|Robert Oswald]]. [[FASA Corporation]]. 1985.</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="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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</references>

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Stardate 5636 through 6635
Reference Stardate 2/1200 through 2/1312

January

Janus VI mine (TOS 26)

February

March

Holographic Rec Room (TAS 20)
  • 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.[28]
  • Stardate 6063.4: A mysterious being threatens to destroy the Enterprise if the crew is unable to solve an ancient puzzle.[29]

April

May

June

July

  • Reference Stardate 2/1207.01 (1 July): The standard Starfleet uniform is changed to "the long-sleeved, round-necked tunic in grey or tan, with one-piece pants and foot coverings[, with the] standard belt monitor ... attached at waist level in front." Service branch is denoted by the color of the background circle of the Starfleet arrowhead/delta insignia as follows: Command white, Science orange, Engineering red, Medical green, Operations yellow, and Security silver.[41]

September

October

November

  • Reference Stardate 2/1309: The Aakenn class freighter U.S.S. Mundy is found adrift near Starbase 21 with life support systems operating but without a crew. Millions of live Tribbles are found in the vessel's cargo hold, surviving on the food produced by a still-functioning food synthesizer. Several years later, two Mundy crewmembers will be found, and they will relate how renegade Klingons boarded the vessel, discovered the cargo of Tribbles, and killed or marooned the entire crew.[42]

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

The order given for the episodes of Star Trek: The Animated Series is taken from the novelizations, which included chronological references and additional story elements. While the novelizations gave new (and more consistent) stardates, the stardates given in the original episode have been retained.

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