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Timeline
Years: 2288 2289 2290 2291 2292 2293 2294

(Stardates unknown)

Decades: 2260s 2270s 2280s 2290s 2300s 2310s 2320s
Centuries: 22nd century - 23rd century - 24th century

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Promotions and Transfers

  • K'mpec enters the Klingon Defense Forces Elite Command Academy. [1]

References and Notes

  1. TOS video game: Klingon Academy

Stories

Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Strange New Worlds III

jubHa'
The Original Series 2291 short story
Klingon Academy The Original Series 2291 video game
Cacophony Captain Sulu Adventures 2291

Stardate 8764.3 - 8774.8
audiobook
Envoy Captain Sulu Adventures 2291

Stardate 9029.1 - 9029.4
audiobook

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Halo

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In April, 2291, a group of researchers headed by Tobias Shaw and Wallace Fujikawa[1] secretly developed the Shaw-Fujikawa Slipspace Drive, a practical means of propelling spacecraft across vast interstellar distances. This new engine allowed ships to tunnel into "the Slipstream" (also called "Slipspace"). Slipspace is a domain with alternate physical laws, allowing faster-than-light travel without relativistic side effects. Faster-than-light travel is not instantaneous; "short" jumps routinely take up to two months, and "long" jumps can last six months or more. The SFTE generated a resonance field, which when coupled with the unusual physics of the Slipstream, allowed for dramatically shorter transit times between stars; however, scientists noted an odd "flexibility" to temporal flow while inside the Slipstream. Though no human scientist is sure why travel time between stars is not constant, many theorize that there are "eddies" or "currents" within the Slipstream. There is generally a five to ten percent variance in travel times between stars. This temporal inconsistency has given military tacticians and strategists fits-hampering many coordinated attacks.[2]

Sources

  1. Halo: Contact Harvest
  2. http://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/h/halo/storyline.htm
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2288 2289 2290 2291 2292 2293 2294
2260s 2270s 2280s 2290s 2300s 2310s 2320s
22nd century - 23rd century - 24th century

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