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Decades: 1770s - 1780s - 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s
(stardates from 1800.0 or reference stardates -2/00 to -2/09)
Centuries: 17th century - 18th century - 19th century

The 1800s was, on Earth's calendar, the first decade of the 19th century. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, in some systems this era simply lasts from stardates 1800.0 to 1809.[1] The reference stardate system has this decade fall from stardates -2/00 to -2/09.[2]


The planetoid Ceres identified and named by Human scientists.[3]
5 July 1801
David Farragut born.[3]
The element cerium isolated and identified by Human scientists in Sweden and Germany on the planet Earth.[4][3]
The element tantalum isolated and identified by Human scientists in Sweden on the planet Earth.[4][3]
The element iridium isolated and identified by Human scientists in England and France on the planet Earth.[4][3]
18 May 1804
Joachim Murat named a Marshal of France.[3]
14 June 1805
Robert Anderson born.[3]
21 October 1805
Horatio Nelson dies.[3]
2 December 1805
The Battle of Austerlitz occours.[3]
Wu is born on Omega IV.[9]
The elements magnesium and calcium isolated and identified by Human science in England on the planet Earth.[4][3]
Abraham Lincoln is born.[6]
19 January 1809
Edgar Allan Poe born.[3]
12 February 1809
Charles Darwin born.[3]
1 August 1809
William B. Travis born.[3]
6 August 1809
Alfred Tennyson born.[3]

Notable people

other notable people
Seamus MacIntyreJoachim MuratHoratio Nelson


References and notes


Title Series Date Media Notes Image
Shield of the Gods

past events
Star Trek 1807 novel Shield of the Gods.jpg

External links