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For other uses, see 2012.
The timestream.
years: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

(stardates from 2012.0)

decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s 2040s
centuries: 20th century - 21st century - 22nd century

2012 was, on Earth's calendar, the 13th year of the 21st century, and the third year of the 2010s decade. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, this era begins with stardate 2012.0.[1]


The Millennium Gate, Portage Creek, Earth.


Births and deaths[]

29 February 
Davy Jones dies.[5]
5 June 
Ray Bradbury dies.[5]
23 July 
Sally Ride dies.[5]
25 August 
Neil Armstrong dies.[5]
Rory Christopher is born to Shaun Christopher and his then-wife, Debbie Lauderdale.[6]
27 December 
Norman Schwarzkopf dies.[5]

Notable people[]

other notable people
Hank AaronBuzz AldrinPamela AndersonAnn-MargretNeil ArmstrongMargaret AtwoodErnie BanksDrew BarrymoreBarry BondsBoutros Boutros-GhaliBen BovaRay BradburyKenneth BranaghRalph BrancaDave BrubeckNaomi CampbellJimmy CarterCharles, Prince of WalesJaques ChiracKatie ChristopherKevin ChristopherRory ChristopherJoan CollinsMax Allan CollinsRobert CraisOlivia de HavillandRobert De NiroCameron DiazAthene DonaldFrank DrakeBob DylanFreeman DysonClint EastwoodElizabeth IIShepard FaireyVigdís FinnbogadóttirHeidi FleissAlice FontanaTera FranklinBill GatesJohn GlennPatty HearstHultquistDavy JonesLady GagaSumi LeeAlexey LeonovDebbie LauderdaleJames LovellShirin LuddenElle MacphersonMadonnaJohn MajorLee MajorsJunior ManceJohnny MandelCharles MansonWillie MaysJennifer McCarthyPaul McCartneyLarry McMurtryWalter MondaleDemi MooreElon MuskLeonard NimoyJocelyn O'HerlihyMarcus O'HerlihyRoger PenrosePlummerNancy ReaganHelen ReddyDerek RedmondSally RideDonald RumsfeldEmilia SakamotoClaudia SchifferWilliam ShatnerSimoneWill SmithPatrick StewartSharon StoneValentina TereshkovaFrank J. TiplerAndrew WilesChuck YeagerJase Zero

Alternate timelines[]

In an alternate timeline in which Khan Noonien Singh won the Eugenics Wars and Humanity underwent genetic engineering en masse, he and his followers conquered New York City in 2012.[7]


References and notes[]


Dates listed here reflect the official release date of publications; prose publications typically become available in the final weeks of the preceding month, but have no set release date; comics do have specific release days, which normally occur at intervals throughout their release month. All prose works are also released as ebooks.






Plagues of Night.








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