Earth (Myriad)

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Myriad Universes: Earth

E60 Timeline

Earth
Earth (E60) destroyed (ENT 60)

Earth (E60) destroyed (ENT 60)
Status Destroyed (2154)
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Earth was destroyed by the Xindi in 2154.[1]

E76 Timeline

Earth
Invasion of the USA by Nazi Germany (ENT 77)

Invasion of the USA by Nazi Germany (ENT 77)
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Lenin was assasinated by time-travelers, preventing the rise of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution, and by 1944 Nazi Germany — with assistance from other time travelers — had conquered much of the planet.[2][3][4]

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OS20 Timeline

Earth
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UFP Historical Society
Status Destroyed
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The Earth of this reality, referred to as an "antimatter universe" by Lazarus, was accidentally destroyed when he traveled to that reality in the distant future. His counterpart from that reality chased him across time and space, and they became locked in an interdimensional corridor after an encounter with the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 on Stardate 3087.6.[5]

SFC Timeline

Earth
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Homeworld of Humans and capitol world of the United Federation of Planets.[6] Starfleet Academy is located in San Francisco, California, in North America.[7]

Earth Spacedock (SFAGame)

Earth Spacedock (SFAGame)


ST08 Timeline

Earth
Earth (ST08) assimilated (Star Trek: First Contact)

Earth (ST08) assimilated (Star Trek: First Contact)
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Earth was assimilated by the Borg in 2063, after they had traveled back in time from 2374.[8]

Notes and References

  1. "Twilight." Star Trek: Enterprise, Episode 60. Television. 5 November 2003.
  2. "Zero Hour." Star Trek: Enterprise, Episode 76. Television. 26 May 2004.
  3. "Storm Front, Part I." Star Trek: Enterprise, Episode 77. Television. 8 October 2004.
  4. "Storm Front, Part II." Star Trek: Enterprise, Episode 78. Television. 15 October 2004.
  5. Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). "The Alternative Factor." Star Trek, Season 1, Episode 20. Directed by Gerd Oswald. Written by Don Ingalls. Desilu Productions, 30 March 1967.
  6. Bethke, Erik (Producer). Star Trek: Starfleet Command. Lead Designer: Erik Bethke. Senior Designer: Chris Taylor. Mission Scripting by Lance Watanabe. Campaign Mission Design by Scott Bennie. Game Design by Marc Hertogh and Tom Hughes. SFB Consultant: Tom Hughes. Interplay Productions, 15 September 1999.
  7. Pavlish, Alan. (Executive Producer) Star Trek: Starfleet Academy. Produced by Rusty Buchert. Film Directed by Martin Denning. Original Story by Scott Bennie and Rusty Buchert. Screenplay by Daniel Greenberg. Additional Material by Diane Carey, Sandy Friese, Bill Bridges, Andrew Greenberg, William Maxwell, Brian Freyermuth, Steve Perrin, and Karin Kearns. Mission Design by Scott Bennie, Brian Freyermuth, Dan Greenberg, Floyd Grubb, William Maxwell, and Steve Perrin. Additional Mission Design by Chris Avellone. Interplay, Inc., 15 September 1997.
  8. Berman, Rick (Producer). Star Trek: First Contact. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Screenplay by Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 22 November 1996.