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  • ca. 10,000,700 - The Ark arrives at Refusis. (DW: The Ark)

In the billions of years after this and before the Earth's final destruction, the National Trust preserves the uninhabited Earth, using Gravity satellites to hold back the sun, and restore it back to a "classic Earth".

  • 5,000,000,000 - Earth is finally destroyed when the sun expands. This event is witnessed by some of the richest figures in the Galaxy who are present on Platform One. By this point Cassandra O'Brien.Δ17 is the only living "pure human", though there are several people who are mostly human spread throughout the stars. (DW: The End of the World)
Facsimile editions of Agatha Christie's novels including Death in the Clouds are still being published in this year. (DW: The Unicorn and the Wasp) At some point the Doctor obtains a copy of Death in the Clouds suggesting he either did so around the time of one of his visits described below, or in an unchronicled visit.
  • 5,000,000,029 - A new "mood" called Bliss is released on New Earth. The product goes wrong when a virus mutates in it, killing most of the population of New Earth (the survivors being those in New New York's Undercity, which is blocked off) and everything else within seven minutes, when the virus even resulted in the death of itself. To protect the citizens of the Undercity, the Motorway was created, trapping - and thus, saving - them. (DW: Gridlock)
  • 5,000,000,053 - New New York's Undercity citizens are finally free from the undercity. The Face of Boe dies after sacrificing himself to save the inhabitants of New Earth, and reveals his secret to the Doctor - "you are not alone". At this point in the far future, humans continue to thrive, and some have interbred with other human-like species. (DW: Gridlock)
  • ca. 10,000,000,000: Sol explodes, rendering non-viable the star system in which Earth once existed. (DW: Colony in Space)
  • 100,000,000,000,000 - Humans, Futurekind, and some other aliens still survive in the elderly Universe, and end of all ages, where most stars and galaxies are extinguished. Those surviving humans prepare to journey to Utopia. They make it, but they find the planet uninhabitable, and to survive they make themselves into cyborgs known as the Toclafane. (DW: Utopia, Last of the Time Lords)
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Timeline
Centuries: 30th century - 31st century - Far future

Contents

Events

Promotions and Transfers

Births and Deaths

Relationships

Mirror Universe

Alternate Timelines

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References and Notes

  1. ST roleplay module: All Our Yesterdays: The Time Travel Sourcebook

Stories

Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Strange New Worlds VII

The Law of Averages
Star Trek c.3100 short story
Strange New Worlds 9

The Last Tree on Ferenginar: A Ferengi Fable From the Future

Framing story
Deep Space Nine c.3377 short story
Strange New Worlds II

I Am Become Death

Section 1
The Next Generation 4367 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

46960 Years Ago
Star Trek 5307 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

42126 Years Ago
Star Trek 10141 short story
Strange New Worlds 8

A & Ω

Section 7
Star Trek c.12385 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

34665 Years Ago
Star Trek 17602 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

29405 Years Ago
Star Trek 22862 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

23870 Years Ago
Star Trek 23897 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

15565 Years Ago
Star Trek 36702 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

8020 Years Ago
Star Trek 44247 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

One Years Ago
Star Trek 52266 short story
Strange New Worlds IV

Tears for Eternity

Final section
The Original Series 52267 short story
Strange New Worlds VII

Guardians

The Future
Star Trek 52267 short story
Strange New Worlds VI

Our Million-Year Mission
Star Trek 1012260

Stardate 17613341.4
short story
Crew

The Ends of Eternity

Pages 8-21
The Original Series c. 100000000000 comic Occurs as the end of the universe

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

The Far future, is defined in the calendar of Earth as being from the 28th century until the end of time.

The notation BCE ("Before Common Era") and CE ("Common Era") are alternative neutral notations for BC ("Before Christ") and AD ("anno Domini"), respectively.

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Events

3578

  • An EMH creates the clones of Jean-Luc Picard, Miles O'Brien, Tuvok, Hoshi Sato, and Leonard McCoy in order to take the USS Vitality to deliver an Omni'Spehere to the High Command. The clones discover the entire Galaxy is at war with itself - some of the major races involved being the Klokians, the omni'X, the Nega'Jems, the Borg High Command, and the Hexens. (Star Trek: Vitality: "Chapter 1")

39th century

  • The Klokian homeworld was known to exist in this time. It mysteriously disappeared after a multitude of time-travel incursions caused chaos to the space around the planet during a battle with the USS Phoenix-X. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "Fight, Part III")

4427

  • A millennium after the fall of the Federation, Thomas Hatch finds himself awake after being mysteriously transported from his native time of 2289. His further adventures would have dire consequences for the surviving Milky Way galaxy. (Star Trek: Avalon (future))

123rd Century

  • Radiation levels in the Andromeda Galaxy are expected to reach intolerably high levels within the next ten millennia, according to scientists of the Kelvan Empire. Agents of the Kelvan Empire were dispatched aboard a multigenerational spacecraft to explore the Milky Way Galaxy for possible colonization.

c. 500 000 Years from Now

2 Million Years from Now

  • Nella Daren's projected star model is either proven or disproven.

5 Billion Years from Now

60-70 Trillion Years from Now

  • If Jack, a genetically-engineered human, was correct, his predicted collapse of the universe will occur. The fight between Lazarus and his counterpart from the anti-matter universe ends with the destruction of the universe. The universe begins to contract. As well as space contracting, time is also reversed until the Big Bang when time begins moving forward again causing a never-ending loop. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Far Beyond Our Time")
27th century Timeline
Far future
 

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