|This article or subsection has an associated category.||1989|
- For other uses, see 1989.
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(stardates from 1989.0)
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1989 was, on Earth's calendar, the 90th year of the 20th century, and the tenth and final year of the 1980s decade. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, this era begins with stardate 1989.0.
Events[edit | edit source]
- Roberta Lincoln and Gary Seven believe that James T. Kirk is killed in the Tiananmen Square crackdown until equally unverifiable reports credit him with the death of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
- 14 October - 28 October
- Baseball's 1989 World Series takes place. Benjamin Sisko would later replicate an official ball from that series signed by A. Bartlett Giamatti.
- 9 November
- While Roberta Lincoln watches the fall of the Berlin Wall, Khan Noonien Singh breaks into the secret hideout of Gary Seven, threatening Roberta and ultimately destroying a lot of the technical equipment there, but not before extracting information about the remaining children of the Chrysalis Project and about the method that was supposed to be used to fix the hole in the ozone layer. Khan was part of a mission conducted by Gary Seven in 1984 to prevent the method from being applied.
- 3 December
- The Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi, leaves office after losing a general election.
People[edit | edit source]
Births and deaths[edit | edit source]
|This article or subsection has an associated category.||1989 births|
|This article or subsection has an associated category.||1989 deaths|
- 5 March
- Richmond Barthé dies.
- 3 June
- Ruhollah Khomeini dies.
- 11 July
- Laurence Olivier dies.
- 1 September
- A. Bartlett Giamatti dies.
- 22 September
- Irving Berlin dies.
- 22 December
- Samuel Beckett dies.
Appendices[edit | edit source]
References and notes[edit | edit source]
Stories[edit | edit source]
|The Eugenics Wars
The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1
|The Original Series||9 November 1989||novel|
Releases[edit | edit source]
January[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel #4: Survivors by Jean Lorrah.
- Treva—a Human colony on the fringes of known space. Isolated from the rest of the galaxy, at last a report they were on the verge of becoming a true interstellar community—a full fledged member of the Federation. But now the USS Enterprise has received a distress signal. Treva is in the throes of a violent revolution, a revolution led by a merciless warlord who has committed countless atrocities in the name of freedom. Data and Lieutenant Tasha Yar are dispatched to investigate. But once they reach Treva, they discover the truth—and any possible solution—may be far more complex than a simple rebellion. For Treva's president wants more than Starfleet's good words in her fight against the rebels. She wants their weapons. And before the battle is over, she means to get them. Over Data and Yar's dead bodies, if necessary.
- week of 9 January
- week of 23 January
- week of 30 January
February[edit | edit source]
- TOS novel #44: Vulcan's Glory by D.C. Fontana.
- Here is a very special Star Trek novel—from the woman constantly voted by the fans as their favorite writer from the original Star Trek television series! D.C. Fontana, writer of such classic Star Trek episodes as "Journey to Babel" and "This Side of Paradise", here brings us the never-before-told story of a very young Mr. Spock, on his first mission aboard the USS Enterprise. You'll also meet Captain Christopher Pike and his enigmatic first officer "Number One" (previously seen only in the original Star Trek pilot, "The Cage"), as well as the ship's brand new engineering officer, Montgomery Scott. Vulcan's Glory is the tale of Spock's struggle to reconcile his many obligations—those forced on him by his Vulcan heritage, and those chosen by him upon his enlistment in Starfleet—to balance the wishes of others against the desires of his own heart.
- week of 6 February
- week of 13 February
- week of 20 February
March[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel #5: Strike Zone by Peter David.
- Deep in the uncharted regions of our galaxy, the Kreel, a primitive, warlike race have stumbled upon weapons powerful beyond their wildest imagination. The Kreel have used those weapons to attack their most bitter enemies, the Klingons. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise are called in to mediate the dispute by ferrying diplomatic teams from the two warring races to the source of their conflict, the mysterious planet where the weapons were discovered in an attempt to find a peaceful solution to the conflict, and discover the origins of the super-powerful weapons.
- week of 20 March
- week of 27 March
April[edit | edit source]
- TOS novel #45: Double, Double by Michael Jan Friedman.
- On a routine exploratory mission, the starship USS Hood picks up a distress signal from a research expedition thought lost long ago—the expedition of Dr. Roger Korby, one of the centuries' greatest scientific minds. Korby himself is dead, it seems, but his colleagues have made a most incredible discovery—a discovery they insist the Hood's captain see for himself. Reluctantly, the captain agrees to beam down… Meanwhile, the crew of the USS Enterprise begins long overdue shore leave on Tranquility Seven. James T. Kirk is looking forward to a few days of rest and relaxation… until what seems like a bizarre case of mistaken identity plunges Kirk into a whirlpool of mayhem and murder. And puts an inhuman stranger with his memories and abilities in command of the Enterprise.
- week of 3 April
- week of 24 April
May[edit | edit source]
June[edit | edit source]
July[edit | edit source]
August[edit | edit source]
September[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel #8: The Captains' Honor, by David Dvorkin and Daniel Dvorkin
- TOS comic #1: The Return!, by Peter David
October[edit | edit source]
- TOS novel #46: The Cry of the Onlies by Judy Klass.
- Boaco Six—A once-tranquil Federation colony, now caught up in the throes of revolution. The Enterprise's mission: re-establish contact with the planet, and determine whether or not formal ties between the Federation and Boaco Six should be strengthened. Negotiations between Captain Kirk and the planet's ruling Council of Youngers are proceeding smoothly, until the atmosphere of goodwill is shattered by the sudden destruction of a Boacan ship—at the hands of an experimental Starfleet vessel! Now, in order to prevent full-scale war from breaking out, the Enterprise must recapture the stolen Starfleet vessel and its abductors. A mission that will require the aid of the galaxy's most reclusive genius—and bring Captain Kirk face-to-face with the long-buried secrets of the past…
- TOS novel: The Lost Years by J.M. Dillard (hardcover).
- After the end of the Enterprise's five-year mission, Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and Dr. McCoy struggle to establish new lives apart from each other and the starship. The newly-promoted Admiral Kirk is placed in charge of a specially-created Starfleet division and attempts to defuse a critical hostage situation; Mr. Spock, who, in the midst of a teaching assignment on Vulcan, finds the one thing he least expected; and Dr. McCoy, whose unerring instinct for trouble lands him smack in the middle of an incident that could trigger an interstellar bloodbath.
- TNG comic #1: "Return to Raimon" by Michael Jan Friedman.
- All-new missions where no one has gone before.
November[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel #9: A Call to Darkness, by Michael Jan Friedman
- TOS comic #2: The Sentence, by Peter David
- TNG comic #2: Murder, Most Foul, by Michael Jan Friedman
December[edit | edit source]
- TOS novel #47: The Kobayashi Maru, by Julia Ecklar
- TOS comic #3: Death Before Dishonor, by Peter David
- TNG comic #3: The Derelict, by Michael Jan Friedman