2370: S.D. 465z0 to 475y4
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Lorit Akrem dies in a cave-in, two years before DS9 “Indiscretion” (August 2372).

Riley Aldrin Shepard enters Starfleet Academy, since he’s a third-year cadet in DS9 “Paradise Lost” (October 2372, although it’s the match-up between days of the month and stardates that causes a problem).

Three years before DS9 “To the Death” (April 2373; the stardate would place it a month later), Toman’torax and Omet’iklan the Jem’Hadar start serving together.

Tuvok has his brain washed by Bajoran Vedek Teero Anyadis, seven years before VOY “Repression” (July 2377).

It’s a busy year for Tuvok, because he also disguises his pon farr as a bout of Tarkalean ’flu. It’s seven years before VOY “Body and Soul” (September 2377, although the problem is with the order of the stories, not the specific stardate).

In VOY “Year of Hell, Part II”, Captain Janeway replicates a bottle of Saint-Émilion of this vintage.

DS9 “The Passenger”

Sevenday 32nd to Fourday 36th Leapfivemonth, 9396 B.E.; Thursday 1st to Monday 5th January, 2370: S.D. 465z0 to 465z4

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: I think the story lasts five days, and falls between DS9 “Dax” and DS9 “Move Along Home”, so that’s where I’ve put it. I’ve sort of used the “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 46570.7.
Continuity: The O’Briens are visiting Earth.
Comment: Even at the time it was made, Doctor Bashir’s claim that humans use only a small portion of their full brain power was old-fashioned. It’s not the commonly-accepted theory today, certainly.

DS9 “Move Along Home”

Fourday 43rd to Fiveday 44th Leapfivemonth, 9396 B.E.; Tuesday 13th to Wednesday 14th January, 2370: S.D. 466a2 to 466a3

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 46612.4 that I have sort of used.

DS9 “The Nagus”

Fourday 57th Leapfivemonth, 9396 to Sevenday 1st Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 28th to Saturday 31st January, 2370: S.D. 466b7 to 466c0

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There are no stardates in the aired version, but a big point of this story is that it’s the Gratitude Festival. I’ve made it towards the end of the story, running from sunset on Sixday 59th Leapfivemonth, 9396 B.E. to sunset on Sevenday 1st Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.. My Bajoran calendar is really arbitrary, so I used the “out of nowhere” date (S.D. 46657.0) to influence my placing of the story.
Continuity: Keiko’s still on Earth, but Miles O’Brien is back on the station, and running the school until Keiko gets back in a fortnight. Sisko says Molly O’Brien is three. I think he’s a whole nineteen months too soon; she’s not even two yet, and she won’t have her third birthday until Wednesday 25th August, 2371: S.D. 48211.
Comment: The problem with Molly’s birthday seems to be the insistence that it is three complete years between TNG “The Best of Both Worlds” and DS9 “Emissary”. I don’t see how this was supposed to work, even with the much vaguer chronology used in the actual shows.

Approximately January 2370

About a year before TNG “Thine Own Self” (January 2371), Gia’s mother dies.

Before February 2370

Over a year before TNG “Eye of the Beholder” (February 2371), Ensign Salvatore leaves the ship.
Comment: Maybe he was assigned with O’Brien to Deep Space 9?

Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.; February 2370; S.D. 466c1 to 467x8

Three months before DS9 “Duet” (May 2370), naughty Marritza gets information about Kira.

TNG “Starship Mine”

Monday 2nd February, 2370: S.D. 466c2

Estimated duration: A day
Chronology: There is a stardate, S.D. 46682.4, and the story makes it plain that everything happens on one day.
Continuity: This is the one and only time trilithium resin ever gets mentioned.

DS9 “Vortex”

Oneday 9th to Threeday 11th Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.; Monday 9th to Wednesday 11th February, 2370: S.D. 466c9 to 466d1

Estimated duration: 3 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 46689.6. I’ve sort of accommodated it.

TNG “Lessons”

Tuesday 10th to Tuesday 17th February, 2370: S.D. 466d0 to 466d7

Estimated duration: 8 days
Chronology: There are stardates for what I think is the fourth day, S.D. 46693.1, and the eighth day, S.D. 46697.2.

Around Sixday 14th Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 14th February, 2370: S.D. 466d4

A fortnight after DS9 “The Nagus”, Keiko O’Brien returns to the station.

TNG “The Chase”

Saturday 21st to Wednesday 25th February, 2370; 18th to 22nd lo’bral, 996 Q.B.: S.D. 467x1 to 467x5

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: There are stardates for the first day, S.D. 46731.5, and the last day, S.D. 46735.2. They certainly do a lot of travelling in the time, but I don’t have space to make the story any longer.
Continuity: I’m guessing that Captain Picard doesn’t get to mediate the conference, because I don’t really have time to fit it in afterwards.

DS9 “Battle Lines”

Twoday 24th to Fourday 26th Leaponemonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 25th to Friday 27th February, 2370: S.D. 467x5 to 467x7

Estimated duration: 3 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 46715.2, that I’ve used to place the story.
Continuity: Sisko takes Kai Opaka through the Wormhole. She isn’t able to come back.

Approximately February 2370

About six months before TNG “Gambit, Part I” (August 2370), the band of mercenaries comes to Yranac’s attention.

Around seven months before TNG “Interface” (September 2370), Geordi last sees Captain Silva LaForge, just after she took command of Hera.

TNG “Frame of Mind”

Monday 2nd to Tuesday 10th March, 2370: S.D. 467y0 to 467y8

Estimated duration: 9 days
Chronology: There is a stardate for the last day, S.D. 46778.1. I’ve made it the ninth day by assuming that Riker arrives on Tilonus IV on the second day, is abducted on the fourth and rescued on the eighth day. It’s very difficult to be sure what’s real and what isn’t. The story lasts at least six days, and maybe as many as fourteen.

TNG “Suspicions”

Thursday 19th to Monday 23rd March, 2370: S.D. 467z7 to 468a1

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: There are stardates on what I think are the fourth day, S.D. 46830.1 and the fifth day, S.D. 46831.2. The first two days of this story, and part of the third are only shown in flashback.

DS9 “The Storyteller”

Fourday 12th to Fiveday 13th Onemonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 21st to Sunday 22nd March, 2370: S.D. 467z9 to 468a0

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There is a stardate for the first day, S.D. 46729.1.

TNG “Rightful Heir”

Friday 27th March to Saturday 25th April, 2370; 1st to 30th mer’utlhIj, 996 Q.B.: S.D. 468a5 to 468d4

Estimated duration: 30 days
Chronology: There is a single stardate, S.D. 46852.2. I think it’s the twenty-eighth day.
Continuity: A clone of Kahless becomes Klingon emperor.

April 2370: S.D. 468b0 to 468d9

According to TNG “Allegiance,” Captain Picard is due for his annual physical.

Spring 2370

O’Brien’s father remarries, according to DS9 “Whispers”.

DS9 “Progress”

Sixday 35th to Twoday 38th Onemonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 15th to Saturday 18th April, 2370: S.D. 468c4 to 468c7

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate on the first day, S.D. 46844.3.
Continuity: Jeraddo, Bajor’s fifth moon, starts being used for energy generation. Unfortunately, DS9 “The Nagus” said that Bajor had only three moons. I can only assume that Mullibok does indeed die shortly after being driven from his home, because he’s never mentioned again.

DS9 “If Wishes Were Horses”

Sixday 42nd to Sevenday 43rd Onemonth, 9397 B.E.; Thursday 23rd to Friday 24th April, 2370: S.D. 468d2 to 468d3

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the second day, S.D. 46853.2.
Continuity: Benjamin Sisko acquires a baseball, and keeps it on his desk from now on.

Late April or early May, 2370

Ensign Taitt is assigned to Enterprise, six weeks before TNG “Descent, Part II”.

DS9 “The Forsaken”

Fourday 54th to Fiveday 55th Onemonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 6th to Thursday 7th May, 2370: S.D. 469a5 to 469a6

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 46925.1.
Continuity: Lwaxana Troi visits the station.

TNG “Second Chances”

Wednesday 6th to Monday 11th May, 2370: S.D. 469a5 to 469b0

Estimated duration: 6 days
Chronology: There are stardates for the first day, S.D. 46915.2 and the sixth day, S.D. 46920.1.
Continuity: It’s two years before DS9 “Defiant”. I have that in November 2371, only eighteen months from now, unfortunately. I’ve not even cheated on the stardates, either. “Riker Beta” goes off on the USS Gandhi.

DS9 “Dramatis Personæ”

Fourday 6th to Sixday 8th Twomonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 13th to Friday 15th May, 2370: S.D. 469b2 to 469b4

Estimated duration: 3 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 46922.3. A stardate for the second day, S.D. 46923.1. And a final stardate for the third day, S.D. 46924.5.
Continuity: Sisko is telepathically influenced to build an elaborate clock; He keeps it in his office from now on, with the baseball from DS9 “If Wishes Were Horses”.

Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th May, 2370: S.D. 469c1 to 469c3

Just before TNG “Timescape”, Picard, Troi, LaForge and Data attend a three-day conference on the psychological effects of long-term deep-space assignments.

DS9 “Duet”

Sevenday 16th to Fourday 20th Twomonth, 9397 B.E.; Sunday 24th to Thursday 28th May, 2370: S.D. 469c3 to 469c7

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: I used the “out of nowhere” S.D. 46933.4 to place the story.

TNG “Timescape”

Monday 25th to Tuesday 26th May, 2370: S.D. 469c4 to 469c5

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 46944.2 and the second day, S.D. 46945.3.

DS9 “In the Hands of the Prophets”

Oneday 24th to Threeday 26th Twomonth, 9397 B.E.; Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd June, 2370: S.D. 469d1 to 469d3

Estimated duration: 3 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 46951.7, that I’ve used in placing the story.
Continuity: The Federation people have been on the station for seven months. I’ve just about managed it. You will also notice that there’s a bit of a gap now until DS9 “The Homecoming”. This isn’t another problem with my chronological ideas; it seems to be entirely intentional.

TNG “Descent” (Parts 1 & 2)

Monday 1st to Tuesday 25th June, 2370: S.D. 469d1 to 470b5

Estimated duration: 25 days, by stardate
Chronology: There are stardates for the second day, S.D. 46982.1, the fourth day, S.D. 46984.6 and what I’m taking as the twenty-fifth day, S.D. 47025.4.
Continuity: It’s a year since TNG “I, Borg”, which I have in April 2369.

Wednesday 17th June, 2370: S.D. 470a7

S.D. 47007.1, launch date of Equinox, according to the Bridge plaque used in VOY “Equinox, Part I”.

TNG “Liaisons”

Monday 29th June to Thursday 2nd July, 2370: S.D. 470b9 to 470c2

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: The internal evidence suggests this story lasts four days.
Continuity: It’s after TNG “Descent, Part II” and several weeks before TNG “Gambit, Part I”.

Around June 2370

Seven months before TNG “Lower Decks” (January 2371), Ensign Sito Jaxa is assigned to Enterprise.

DS9 “The Homecoming”

Fiveday 15th to Twoday 19th Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th July, 2370: S.D. 471a1 to 471a5

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: I’ve used the “out of nowhere” S.D. 47101.2 to place the story. It makes it quite a bit earlier than the other references suggest, but there was no way I was going to get this to be a year after DS9 “Emissary” in any case.
Continuity: It’s about a year since DS9 “Emissary”. I make it a very short year (nine months at most), and it’s no better even using a Bajoran year. The next story follows straight on:

DS9 “The Circle”

Twoday 19th to Twoday 26th Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 25th July to Saturday 1st August, 2370: S.D. 471a5 to 471b2

Estimated duration: 8 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 47125.7, I’ve used it to place the story.
Continuity: Sisko met General Krim “last year”. On such a slender thread is based my assumption that the Gratitude Festival in DS9 “The Nagus” is the Bajoran equivalent of New Year. Again, this story will lead directly into DS9 “The Siege”.

DS9 “The Siege”

Threeday 27th to Fourday 28th Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Sunday 2nd to Monday 3rd August, 2370: S.D. 471b3 to 471b4

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 47143.9, I’ve used it to place the story.
Continuity: After practically taking over the government and unleashing some very unpleasant forces in Bajoran society, the Circle vanishes.

DS9 “Invasive Procedures”

Fourday 35th to Fiveday 36th Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Tuesday 11th to Wednesday 12th August, 2370: S.D. 471c2 to 471c3

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47182.1.

TNG “Gambit” (Parts 1& 2)

Wednesday 12th to Friday 28th August, 2370: S.D. 471c3 to 471d9

Estimated duration: 17 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate on the second day, S.D. 47135.2, another for what seems to be the eighth day, S.D. 47160.1 and a final one for what I think is the seventeenth day, S.D. 47169.2.

Around Thursday 13th August, 2370: S.D. 471c4

Three weeks before TNG “Interface”, Geordi gets his last message from his mother.

DS9 “Cardassians”

Sevenday 38th to Threeday 41st Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Friday 14th to Monday 17th August, 2370: S.D. 471c4 to 471c8

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There are stardates for what I think is the third day, S.D. 47177.2 and the fourth day, S.D. 47178.3.
Continuity: O’Brien now says that Molly is four! As far as I can see, her second birthday won’t be until Tuesday 25th August. Garak pays a visit to Bajor.

Sevenday 45th Threemonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 22nd August, 2370: S.D. 471d3

If Bashir and Garak have a regular lunch date at the Replimat, then this would be the meal seen at the end of DS9 “Cardassians”. If it’s just once a week with no particular day, then your guess is as good as mine when the meal is likely to be.

Tuesday 25th August, 2370: S.D. 471d6

Nine days before TNG “Interface”, Hera leaves Deep Space 3.

Saturday 29th August, 2370: S.D. 472a0

Five days into her mission, all contact is lost with Hera, according to TNG “Interface”.

September 2370: S.D. 472a3 to 472d2

Four months after TNG “Second Chances”, USS Gandhi is due in the Lagana Sector.

TNG “Interface”

Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th September, 2370: S.D. 472a5 to 472a8

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47215.5.
Continuity: Although Geordi’s mother Silva is now definitely dead, his father and sister Ariana are still alive at this point. Strictly speaking, this story is out of sequence, but I’ve decided to use the stardates, rather than follow broadcast order.

DS9 “Melora”

Oneday 6th to Fiveday 10th Fourmonth, 9397 B.E.; Monday 7th to Friday 11th September, 2370: S.D. 472a9 to 472b3

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology:There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47229.1.

Mid-September 2370

Immediately before TNG “Phantasms”, Enterprise is fitted with a new warp core.

DS9 “Rules of Acquisition”

Fiveday 17th to Twoday 21st Fourmonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 19th to Wednesday 23rd September, 2370: S.D. 472c1 to 472c5

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: I’ve sort of used the “out of nowhere” S.D. 47261.7 to place this story.
Continuity: It’s only supposed to be eight months before DS9 “The Search, Part I” (August 2371). I make it eleven. This is where we start to find out about the Dominion.

TNG “Phantasms”

Wednesday 23rd to Thursday 24th September, 2370: S.D. 472c5 to 472c6

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There is a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47225.7.
Continuity: It is indeed around nine months since Data started to dream in TNG “Birthright, Part I” (December 2369). The annual Admirals’ Banquet is held at Starfleet Command just now.

DS9 “Necessary Evil”

Twoday 28th to Fiveday 31st Fourmonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 30th September to Saturday 3rd October, 2370: S.D. 472d2 to 472d5

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, when Odo begins his security log, S.D. 47282.5 and another for the third day, S.D. 47284.1.
Continuity: It’s five years since Odo’s first case on Deep Space 9, putting the start of his career sometime in 2365?

October 2370: S.D. 472d3 to 473z3

Three months before TNG “Lower Decks” (January 2371), the last round of crew evaluations.

TNG “Dark Page”

Friday 2nd to Monday 5th October, 2370: S.D. 472d4 to 472d7

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47254.1.
Continuity: One possible explanation for the lack of correlation between the stardates in Lwaxana’s diary and my stardating system is discussed at the relevant entry, in 2336. We discover that Deanna had a dead sister named Kendra Troi.

Saturday 10th October, 2370: S.D. 473x2

On S.D. 47302.5 Harry S. L. Kim is awarded the Cochrane Medal of Excellence. Set dressing for VOY “Non Sequitur”.

TNG “Attached”

Monday 12th to Tuesday 13th October, 2370: S.D. 473x4 to 473x5

Estimated duration: 2 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47304.2.

Wednesday 14th October, 2370: S.D. 473x6

Contact lost with Fleming in the Hekaras Corridor, four days before TNG “Force of Nature”.

TNG “Force of Nature”

Sunday 18th to Thursday 22nd October, 2370: S.D. 473y0 to 473y4

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: There are stardates for the first day, S.D. 47310.2, the third day, S.D. 47312.1 and the fifth day S.D. 47314.5.
Continuity: WARP DRIVE IS EVIL! A “speed limit” of warp 5 is imposed on the Federation, and then abandoned almost immediately. Following the story, the planet Hekaras II gets weather control. So, warp drive also causes Global Warming?

DS9 “Second Sight”

Threeday 43rd to Sixday 46th Fourmonth, 9397 B.E.; Saturday 17th to Tuesday 20th October, 2370: S.D. 473x9 to 473y2

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: The first day is supposed to be the day after the fourth anniversary of the Battle of Wolf 359. My calculations say that it’s eight months too early, because the battle is on Sunday 17th June, 2367: S.D. 44001. Getting this to work is impossible, and I’ve tried a lot of different ideas. Moving everything back still won’t fix all the problems with the O’Brien children’s ages. It will make stardates useless as any kind of dating tool at all, and it is very plain from the various times when “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “Star Trek: Voyager” visit Deep Space 9 that there’s no major differences in stardates here compared to anywhere else. Since this is an attempt to use stardates to at least inform the overall timeline of the “Star Trek” universe, I’ve used the dates, not the anniversary. There is, just to make sure I don’t try to cheat, a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47329.4.
Comment: S.D. 47329.4 is very nearly a year after S.D. 46379.1, which featured in DS9 “Emissary, Part I”. Unfortunately, I think that they should have been looking at S.D. 44001.4 when they did their sums.

Saturday 24th October, 2370: S.D. 473y6

Five days before TNG “Parallels”, the Argus Array gets pointed in a different direction.

DS9 “Sanctuary”

Fourday 51st Fourmonth to Twoday 1st Fivemonth, 9397 B.E.; Sunday 25th to Friday 30th October, 2370: S.D. 473y7 to 473z2

Estimated duration: 6 days
Chronology: I think the stardate applies to the fifth day, S.D. 47391.2.
Continuity: The whole station is filled with Skrreean refugees. Despite the stardates, DS9 “The Alternate” cannot be happening at the same time. Since the broadcast order and stardates match best with this story, this is the one that gets the calculated dates. Jake goes out on his first date with Mardah.

Late October 2370

Just before TNG “Parallels” Worf travels/does not make it to a bat’leth tournament on Forcas III, where he wins/loses.

TNG “Parallels”

Thursday 29th October, 2370; 10th QuSten, 996 Q.B.: S.D. 473z1

Estimated duration: A day
Chronology: The stardate is S.D. 47391.2. Although Worf seems to spend about three days drifting between realities, time conveniently collapses back to the start.
Continuity: It’s Worf’s birthday today! I’ve assumed that it’s his human birthday, rather than his Klingon one, because I couldn't get that to even come close to working. Worf and Deanna go on their first date, in this reality. Unfortunately, parallel-Worf’s romance with parallel-Deanna based on their falling in love after TNG “Ethics” just doesn’t seem to stack up chronologically, as highlighted earlier.

Around October 2370

Neelix arrives near the Caretaker’s array, about a year before VOY “Caretaker”, according to VOY “The Voyager Conspiracy”.

DS9 “Rivals”

Oneday 7th to Fourday 10th Fivemonth, 9397 B.E.; Friday 6th to Monday 9th November, 2370: S.D. 473z9 to 474a2

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s an “out of nowhere” date, S.D. 47349.2, that I’ve used in placing the story.
Continuity: All neutrinos do, in fact, spin the same way. No one knows why, and it makes a bit of a mess of the plot. Lawrence Krauss explains it all in The Physics of Star Trek. It goes without saying that I wouldn’t have known that myself.

TNG “Inheritance”

Saturday 7th to Tuesday 10th November, 2370: S.D. 474a0 to 474a3

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: There’s a stardate for the first day, S.D. 47410.2.
Continuity: We meet Data’s “mother” for the first and last time. It turns out she’s a robot, too. This story isn’t in strict broadcast order, but using the stardate didn’t seem to cause any problems.

Fiveday 18th Fivemonth, 9397 B.E.; Wednesday 18th November, 2370: S.D. 474b1

Ha’mara, the first anniversary of the arrival of the Emissary. Based on DS9 “Emissary” and DS9 “Starship Down”. The date is entirely speculative, and runs into problems with the internal chronology of DS9 “Emissary”.

Thursday 19th November, 2370: S.D. 474b2

Two days before TNG “The Pegasus”, a Federation spy in the Romulan high command finds out that the Romulans have found bits of the USS Pegasus.

TNG “The Pegasus”

Saturday 21st to Wednesday 25th November, 2370: S.D. 474b4 to 474b8

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: I think the stardate applies to the fourth day, S.D. 47457.1. Alas, whilst this stardate is repeated in ENT “These Are the Voyages…”, it can’t be right on that occasion. Riker is visiting the holodeck well before this, since the stardate refers to a log entry made late in the story, long after Riker seems to have made his decision.
Continuity: The first day is “Captain Picard Day!” Why the big day is just now is something of a mystery. It’s not his birthday, since that’s in July. He got command of the ship in June, according to my interpretation of stardates. I can only speculate that he reached the rank of captain around this time, although the day might have been picked for some other reason entirely. The widely-publicised date of June 16th is based on a different stardate-to-conventional date conversion, and isn’t official, luckily for me. Picard hoped that last year’s would be the last one ever, so it’s obviously been running a while. Enterprise then goes to Starbase 247 for a big inquiry. Evidently everyone comes out of it smelling of roses, except for Admiral Pressman.

Thursday 26th November, 2370: S.D. 474b9

Nikolai Rozhenko sends an emergency message to Enterprise, four days before TNG “Homeward”.

DS9 “The Alternate”

Sixday 26th to Twoday 29th Fivemonth, 9397 B.E.; Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th November, 2370: S.D. 474b9 to 474c2

Actual stardates: Tuesday 27th to Friday 30th October, 2370: S.D. 473y9 to 473z2

Estimated duration: 4 days
Chronology: The stardate for what I’ve calculated is the third day, S.D. 47391.7 is completely impossible, since there are no Skrreeeans about. I’ve completely ignored it.

TNG “Homeward”

Monday 30th November to Friday 4th December, 2370: S.D. 474c3 to 474c7

Estimated duration: 5 days
Chronology: There are stardates for the first day, S.D. 47423.9 and the fifth day, S.D. 47427.2.
Continuity: We meet Worf’s adoptive brother, Nikolai.

December 2370: S.D. 474c4 to 475y4

It seems to be around this time that the Maquis form, and Torres and Chakotay first meet. It can’t be that long before TNG “Pre-emptive Strike” and must be before the work that Torres does on the Cardassian missile seen in VOY “Dreadnought”.

Towards the middle of the month, Spot becomes pregnant, according to TNG “Genesis”, since she’s been an expectant parent for nine weeks.

Three months before DS9 “Blood Oath” (March 2371), one of the Albino’s discarded wives dies. A week after the death, Kang locates the Albino in the Secarus system.

DS9 “Armageddon Game”

Twoday 36th to Twoday 43rd Fivemonth, 9397 B.E.; Monday 7th to Monday 14th December, 2370: S.D. 474d0 to 474d7

Estimated duration: 8 days
Chronology: O’Brien and Bashir are away for a week, but we only see the last three days of the story.

TNG “Sub Rosa”

Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th December, 2370: S.D. 474d8 to 475x0

Estimated duration: 3 days
Comment: There's an “out of nowhere” stardate for this, S.D. 47488.2. It doesn’t appear anywhere in the broadcast version, but I’ve used it to place the story.

Sixday 54th Fivemonth, 9397 to Fourday 4th Leaponemonth, 9398 B.E.; Saturday 26th December, 2370 to Friday 1st January, 2371; S.D. 475x9 to 475y5

About a year before DS9 “Defiant” (November 2371), Dax meets Riker at Quark’s. I’ve made it eleven months, so that he’s there for the Gratitude Festival.

Sevenday 55th Fivemonth, 9397 to Oneday 1st Leaponemonth, 9398 B.E.; Sunday 27th to Monday 28th December, 2370: S.D. 475y0 to 475y1

According to my calculations, the Bajoran Gratitude Festival.

Sevenday 55th Fivemonth, 9397 to Sevenday 7th Leaponemonth, 9398 B.E.; Sunday 27th December, 2370 to Monday 4th January, 2371: S.D. 475y0 to 475y8

Just before DS9 “Whispers”, O’Brien spends a week with the Paradas, apparently on S.D. 47550 to 47568.

Tuesday 29th December, 2370: S.D. 475y2

On S.D. 47582 B’Elanna Torres reprograms a Cardassian missile to attack a Maquis target. It gets zapped by the Caretaker the next day, Wednesday 30th December, 2370: S.D. 47583, and turns up again in VOY “Dreadnought” (November 2372).

Approximately 2370

Wixiban gets stuck in a space station on the fringes of the Nekrit Expanse, three years before VOY “Fair Trade” (November 2373).

Birth of Edgar Willoughby Jr., five years before DS9 “Treachery, Faith and the Great River” (September 2375).


2368 to 2369
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by StrauchiusStrauchius on 05 Oct 2010 19:34, last updated on 20 Jun 2017 07:51