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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

January is the first month in the Gregorian calendar used on Earth, named for Janus, the Roman god of beginnings. It has 31 days.

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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January is the first month of the Human year.

Events by Day

January 1

In 2001, construction begins on the Millennium Gate in Portage Creek, Indiana, on Earth. (VOY episode: "11:59").
In 2272, Nyota Uhura, Pavel Chekov, and Hikaru Sulu, celebrate New Years in New Harborplace, Baltimore, on Earth. At this time, Chekov also receives his promotion to lieutenant and granted the assignment of chief of security aboard the USS Enterprise upon completion of the refit. In the meantime, Sulu and Chekov agree to teach at Starfleet Academy. (TOS novel: Traitor Winds).
In 2401, the calendar systems of 17 different spacefaring civilizations are either reset or rollover to significant dates or new counting systems. In the old Earth calendar system, the 25th century begins; in an old Klingon calendar system, the Fourth Age of Kahless begins; on Andoria, the Orthodox Andorian Vengeance Cycle begins its 330th iteration; and on Ferenginar, some groups celebrate the day that the Great Material River first overflowed its banks among the stars. (DS9 novel: Millennium: The War of the Prophets).

January 6

The launch of the SS Botany Bay
In 1996, the prototype of the DY-100-series of spacecraft, the SS Botany Bay, is completed at Area 51, Nevada, on Earth. Following completion, the vessel is hijacked by Roberta Lincoln and Shannon O'Donnell and launched into orbit of Earth, on the order of Gary Seven. (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2).

January 8

While enroute to Azati Prime in 2154, the Enterprise (NX-01) recovers a Xindi-Insectoid shuttlecraft. (ENT episode: "Hatchery").

January 10

In 1996, Khan Noonien Singh considers detonating the Morning Star weapon as more riots break out in his sphere of influence. However, before Khan does so, he is approached by Gary Seven. In return for the destruction of the weapon, Seven offers Khan and his followers passage aboard the Botany Bay. With no other choice, Khan accepts. Shortly after, Khan's base in Chandigahr is completely destroyed on the order of President of the United States of America, Bill Clinton. (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2).

January 11

In 1996, Khan Noonien Singh and his followers are placed into cryogenic suspension aboard the Botany Bay by Gary Seven. Seven programs the ship's systems to take them on a hundred-light year journey away from the Sol system. (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2).

January 13

During 2155, in the mirror universe, Commander Jonathan Archer mutinies against Captain Maximilian Forrest and assumes command of the ISS Enterprise (NX-01), then heads deep into Tholian space to recover the USS Defiant (NCC-1764). (ENT episodes: "In a Mirror, Darkly").

January 17

Ro Laren is born in 2340. (TNG episode: "Ensign Ro").

January 20

In 1996, Shannon O'Donnell is dismissed from Area 51 after her involvement in the hijacking of the Botany Bay was revealed. (TOS novel: The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2

January 30

In 2151, Ensign Alana Hart is assigned to the Enterprise (NX-01). (ENT novel: What Price Honor?).

Other Events

2063

The Vulcan Academy of Science dispatches a Vulcan science vessel to the Alpha Centauri system to map gravitic anomalies that have been detected in the system. Before the science vessel reaches the Alpha Centauri system, they are diverted to the Sol system to monitor potential wormholes that could be created by Jupiter's reaction with Sol. The science vessel eventually enters the Sol system in April 2063. (TOS novel: Preserver).

2155

The verteron array on Mars.
Terra Prime seizes the verteron array on Mars and direct a verteron beam at Luna as a demonstration of their power, as they demand that all aliens leave the Sol system. (ENT episode: "Demons").
Charles Tucker III and T'Pol discover that Terra Prime has used samples of their DNA to create a binary clone. They eventually manage to rescue their daughter and name her Elizabeth, in honor of Tucker's deceased sister. (ENT episode: "Terra Prime").

2334

Construction of the USS Diadem, a Constellation-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2335

The USS Proxima, an Excelsior-class starship, is lost in action against unknown aggressors. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2337

The USS Kelvar Garth, a Decker-class starship, is destroyed by unknown aggressors. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2338

Royal Sovereign-class battle cruisers enter service in Starfleet, following the launch of the USS Royal Sovereign. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2347

Construction of two Decker-class starships, the USS Andre LaSalle and USS Connor Jacoby, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2348

Construction of the USS Heihachiro Nogura, a Decker-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2349

Construction of the USS Discovery, a Royal Sovereign-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2351

Construction of the USS Saratoga III, a Royal Sovereign-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2354

Construction of the USS Paul Gable, a Paine-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2358

Construction of the USS Samantha Elass, a Paine-class starship, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2359

The Royal Sovereign-class starship, USS Royal Centauri, is reported as lost, and presumed destroyed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2360

The Paine-class starship, USS Sundrass, is destroyed in action against unknown aggressors. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2362

According to one account, the USS Constellation is decommissioned. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2363

The Decker-class starship, USS Irkin B'tly, is reported as lost, and presumed destroyed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2364

The USS Stephen Decatur, a Decker-class starship, is decommissioned. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).
The Hardin-class starships, USS Survil and USS Carnes, undergo a refit. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).
The USS Trell, a Hardin-class starship, is destroyed in action against unknown aggressors. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).
Construction on the Hardin-class starship, USS Carstairs, is completed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2365

The USS Potemkin (NCC-2005), an Excelsior-class starship, is mothballed. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2366

The USS Jason Starion, a Decker-class starship, is decommissined and scrapped. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2367

The USS William Decker, a Decker-class starship, is taken out of active service and assigned to Starfleet Academy as a training vessel. (FASA RPG: Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual).

2372

The IKS Negh'Var leads the attack on Deep Space 9.
The Klingon Empire launch an invasion of the Cardassian Union, after growing suspicious of the recent coup on Cardassia which led to the Detapa Council taking charge of the union. When the Federation refuses to join the Klingons in their war, Chancellor Gowron withdraws from the Khitomer Accords, and later launches an attack on Deep Space 9 during the First Battle of Deep Space 9. (DS9 novelization: The Way of the Warrior).

Connections

Months of the Year
Earth months (Gregorian calendar) JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Qo'noS months DoqathLo'BralMaktagMerruthjnay'PoqSoo'jenXan'lahr
Vulcan/Romulan months Tasmeen • Haraveen • Sharveen • K'ri'Brax • re'Ti'Khutai
Ferenginar months Glorpober

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

January
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Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

January is the first month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. It has 31 days.

Contents

Births & deaths

Publication dates

  • Jan 1Mission from Mount Yoda in 1993.
  • Jan 1Tales of the Jedi 4: The Saga of Nomi Sunrider, Part 2 in 1994.
  • Jan 1Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War 6: Dark Lord in 1996.
  • Jan 1Tales from Jabba's Palace in 1996.
  • Jan 1X-wing: Rogue Squadron in 1996.
  • Jan 1Tales of the Jedi: The Golden Age of the Sith 4: Pawns of a Sith Lord in 1997.
  • Jan 1Shards of Alderaan in 1997.
  • Jan 1Young Jedi Knights: The Emperor's Plague in 1998.
  • Jan 2Star Wars: Empire 4: Betrayal, Part 4 in 2003.
  • Jan 2Star Wars Legacy 0½ in 2008.
  • Jan 2Star Wars Legacy 18: Claws of the Dragon, Part 5 in 2008.
  • Jan 3Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures 6 in 1995.
  • Jan 4Star Wars Republic 81: The Hidden Enemy, Part 1 in 2006.
  • Jan 5Star Wars Tales 2 in 2000.
  • Jan 7X-wing Rogue Squadron 26: Family Ties, Part 1 in 1998.
  • Jan 8Star Wars Republic 48: Honor and Duty, Part 3 in 2003.
  • Jan 9Starfighter: Crossbones 1 in 2002.
  • Jan 10Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith 4: Death of a Dark Jedi in 1995.
  • Jan 10Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika 2 in 2001.
  • Jan 10Star Wars: Chewbacca (TPB) in 2001.
  • Jan 10Star Wars Legacy 7: Broken, Part 6 in 2007.
  • Jan 10Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 12: Reunion, Part 2 in 2007.
  • Jan 10Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 7 in 2007.
  • Jan 11Star Wars: Empire 39: The Wrong Side of the War, Part 4 in 2006.
  • Jan 11Star Wars Republic 82: The Hidden Enemy, Part 2 in 2006.
  • Jan 12Galaxy of Fear: The Swarm in 1998.
  • Jan 12Union 3 in 2003
  • Jan 12What's The Story? Episode I (Round 8) published in the Databank in 2007.
  • Jan 13Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood 3 in 1999.
  • Jan 19Star Wars: Chewbacca 1 in 2000.
  • Jan 20The Clone Wars Campaign Guide in 2009.
  • Jan 21Shadows of Darkness in 2005.
  • Jan 21Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 37: Prophet Motive, Part 2 in 2009.
  • Jan 22Revenge of the Jedi comic strip concludes in 1983.
  • Jan 22Jedi Search UK abridged cassette in 1996.
  • Jan 22Classic Star Wars: A Long Time Ago... Volume 4: Screams in the Void in 2003.
  • Jan 22Star Wars Republic 49: Sacrifice in 2003.
  • Jan 23Star Wars Republic 38: The Stark Hyperspace War, Part 3 in 2002.
  • Jan 23Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic: Days of Fear, Nights of Anger in 2008.
  • Jan 24Dark Empire II 2: Duel on Nar Shaddaa in 1995.
  • Jan 24Star Wars Dark Times 2: The Path to Nowhere, Part 2 in 2007.
  • Jan 25Labyrinth of Evil in 2005.
  • Jan 25 – Issue 1 of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic in 2006.
  • Jan 26Star Wars Republic 14: Emissaries to Malastare, Part 2 in 2000.
  • Jan 27Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire 1 in 1999.
  • Jan 27Star Wars Republic 2: Prelude to Rebellion, Part 2 in 1999.
  • Jan 27The Clone Wars: The Pengalan Tradeoff in 2006.
  • Jan 27Coruscant Nights III: Patterns of Force in 2009.
  • Jan 28Crimson Empire 2 in 1998.
  • Jan 28Star Wars Republic 60: Hate and Fear in 2004.
  • Jan 28Star Wars Empire 16: To the Last Man, Part 1 in 2004.
  • Jan 28Star Wars Legacy 32: Fight Another Day, Part 1 in 2009.
  • Jan 29Dark Journey in 2002.
  • Jan 29The Approaching Storm in 2002.
  • Jan 30Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter in 2001.
  • Jan 30Allegiance in 2007.
  • Jan 30Star Wars Dark Times 8: Parallels, Part 3 in 2008.
  • Jan 30Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 25: Vector, Part 1 in 2008.
  • Jan 31Star Wars: Droids Special in 1995.
  • Jan 31Star Wars Republic 26: Infinity's End, Part 4 in 2001.
  • Jan 31Outbound Flight in 2006.
  • Jan 31Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 13: Days of Fear, Part 1 in 2007.

Film releases & TV airings

  • Jan 2Dooku Captured, the 11th episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network in 2009.
  • Jan 9The Gungan General, the 12th episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network in 2009.
  • Jan 10The last episode of Star Wars: Ewoks airs on ABC in 1987
  • Jan 16Jedi Crash, the 13th episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network in 2009.
  • Jan 23Defenders of Peace, the 14th episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network in 2009.
  • Jan 30Trespass, the 15th episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars airs on Cartoon Network in 2009.
  • Jan 31 – The Special Edition of A New Hope is released in theaters in 1997.

Video game releases

  • Jan 31Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith in 1998.

Events concerning Wookieepedia

Other Star Wars events

  • Jan 9Star Tours opens at Disneyland in 1987.
  • Jan 10Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith receives two People's Choice Awards, for Favorite Movie and Favorite Movie, Drama in 2006.
  • Jan 11 – Actor Mark Hamill is injured in a car accident, requiring reconstructive facial surgery in 1977.
  • Jan 11 – Filming for Return of the Jedi begins under the false project name, Blue Harvest, in 1982.
  • Jan 16Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels and Peter Mayhew guest star on The Muppet Show in 1980.
  • Jan 23 – The five finalists of the Darth Who Contest are revealed in 2007.
  • Jan 26 – Seven Los Angeles Star Wars fans plead guilty to pirating Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, with the possibility of one-year prison sentences each in 2006.
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