|This article or subsection has an associated category.||2019|
- For other uses, see 2019.
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(stardates from 2019.0)
|decades:||1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s 2040s|
|centuries:||20th century - 21st century - 22nd century|
2019 was, on Earth's calendar, the 20th year of the 21st century, and the tenth and final year of the 2010s decade. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, this era begins with stardate 2019.0.
- 1 Events
- 2 Appendices
Events[edit | edit source]
- 2019 was the rookie year of baseball player Buck Bokai in the Planetary Baseball League, for the Crenshaw Monarchs. He had 162 games, 616 times at bat, 118 runs, 185 hits, with 32 doubles, 2 triples, 10 stolen bases and 37 home runs. He was responsible for 111 runs batted in and had a batting average of .300.
- According to some accounts, baseball's following in 2019 was about half of the amount of fans the sport had in the year 1999.
- The Human movie Rambo V released on the planet Earth.
- The Human generational ship Forty Families was launched from Earth. Unlike previous vessels before her, the Forty Families was the first manned interstellar vessel to be equipped with Bussard ramjet engines. Unfortunately, soon after the Forty Families was launched, all contact was lost with the vessel and she was declared lost.
- The Vulcan civilization perfects their advanced warp drive that would be used to facilitate new colonization efforts.
People[edit | edit source]
Births and deaths[edit | edit source]
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- Jaques Chirac dies.
- Alexey Leonov dies.
Notable people[edit | edit source]
- other notable people
- Hank Aaron • Buzz Aldrin • Pamela Anderson • Ann-Margret • Margaret Atwood • Drew Barrymore • Barry Bonds • Ben Bova • Kenneth Branagh • Naomi Campbell • Jimmy Carter • Charles, Prince of Wales • Jaques Chirac • Katie Christopher • Kevin Christopher • Rory Christopher • Joan Collins • Max Allan Collins • Robert Crais • Dax symbiont • Olivia de Havilland • Robert De Niro • Cameron Diaz • Athene Donald • Frank Drake • Bob Dylan • Freeman Dyson • Clint Eastwood • Elizabeth II • Shepard Fairey • Vigdís Finnbogadóttir • Heidi Fleiss • Alice Fontana • Tera Franklin • Bill Gates • Mikhail Gorbachev • Patty Hearst • Hultquist • Lady Gaga • Debbie Lauderdale • Sumi Lee • Alexey Leonov • James Lovell • Shirin Ludden • Elle Macpherson • Madonna • John Major • Lee Majors • Junior Mance • Johnny Mandel • Willie Mays • Jennifer McCarthy • Paul McCartney • Larry McMurtry • Walter Mondale • Demi Moore • Elon Musk • Jocelyn O'Herlihy • Marcus O'Herlihy • Roger Penrose • Plummer • Helen Reddy • Derek Redmond • Donald Rumsfeld • Emilia Sakamoto • Claudia Schiffer • William Shatner • Simone • Will Smith • Patrick Stewart • Sharon Stone • Valentina Tereshkova • Frank J. Tipler • Andrew Wiles • Chuck Yeager • Jase Zero
Appendices[edit | edit source]
References and notes[edit | edit source]
- TOS movie: Star Trek.
- DS9 episode: "If Wishes Were Horses".
- This information comes from a baseball card seen throughout Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on Ben Sisko's desk, notably in DS9 episode: "The Storyteller" and "If Wishes Were Horses".
- In "Past Tense, Part II", Benjamin Sisko mentioned that 2015 was Bokai's rookie year. However, the on-set prop baseball card from DS9's first season lists Bokai's rookie year in 2019, playing for Crenshaw. The logical explanation is that he played for another league previously and thus had another rookie year, unless Sisko simply did not correctly recall his trivia.
- TNG novel: Fortune's Light.
- TNG novel: Debtor's Planet
- TOS novel: World Without End.
- TOS novel: Memory Prime.
Stories[edit | edit source]
Dream a Little Dream
|The Original Series||c. January 2019||comic||Artist John Byrne falls asleep on his couch and dreams about visiting the Enterprise.|
Releases[edit | edit source]
|This article or subsection has an associated category.||2019 productions and publications|
January[edit | edit source]
- Short Treks episode: "The Escape Artist" is released, completing the four-part interim run of Short Treks.
- TOS novel: I Am Captain Kirk by Little Golden Books.
- TOS novel: I Am Mr. Spock by Little Golden Books.
- DSC novel: The Way to the Stars by Una McCormack.
- Despite being an inexperienced Starfleet cadet, Sylvia Tilly became essential to the USS Discovery finding its way back home from the mirror universe. But how did she find that courage? From where did she get that steel? Who nurtured that spark of brilliance? The Way to the Stars recounts for fans everywhere the untold story of Tilly's past. It’s not easy being sixteen, especially when everyone expects great things from Tilly. It's even harder when her mother and father are Federation luminaries, not to mention pressing her to attend one of the best schools that the Federation has to offer. Tilly wants to achieve great things—even though she hasn't quite worked out how to do that or what it is she wants to do. But this year, everything will change for Tilly, as she about to embark upon the adventure of a lifetime—an adventure that will take her ever closer to the stars...
- TNG - Terra Incognita comic: "Issue 6" by Scott and David Tipton.
- TAS - Star Trek vs. Transformers comic: "Issue 5" by John Barber and Mike Johnson.
- ST - The Q Conflict comic: "Issue 1" by Scott and David Tipton.
- New Visions, Volume 8 by John Byrne.
- Presenting all-new tales set in the Star Trek: The Original Series universe, done in a unique photomontage style, using images from the classic TV series. First, "The Enemy of My Enemy" ... is not my friend. But when Kirk and Kor find themselves forced to work together against a common foe, does it mean a productive alliance, or a chance for deadly betrayal? Then, Kirk and his crew venture into the past, only to discover it is nothing like their history books teach—no trace of the devastation of World War III and the Eugenics Wars. What can have caused such a divergence? The answer is to be found in "An Unexpected Yesterday". Also included a reinterpretation and adaptation of the TV episode "The Cage".
February[edit | edit source]
- DSC episode: "An Obol for Charon" released.
- Adventures RPG module: Trouble on Omned III by Mōdiphiüs Entertainment.
- Star Trek Magazine, Issue 197 (US #70)
March[edit | edit source]
April[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel: Available Light by Dayton Ward.
- Section 31, the covert organization which has operated without accountability in the shadows for more than two centuries, has been exposed. Throughout the Federation, the rogue group's agents and leaders are being taken into custody as the sheer scope of its misdeeds comes to light. Now Starfleet Command must decide the consequences for numerous officers caught up in the scandal – including Admirals William Ross, Edward Jellico, Alynna Nechayev, and Captain Jean-Luc Picard who, along with many others, are implicated in the forced removal of a Federation president. Meanwhile, deep in the distant, unexplored region of space known as the Odyssean Pass, Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise must put aside personal feelings and political concerns as they investigate a massive mysterious spacecraft. Adrift for centuries in the void, the ship is vital to the survival of an endangered civilization which has spent generations searching for a world to sustain what remains of its people. Complicating matters is a band of marauders who have their own designs on the ancient ship, with only the Enterprise standing in their way...
- Star Trek Magazine, Issue 198 (US #71)
May[edit | edit source]
- What We Left Behind released.
- TOS novel: The Captain's Oath by Christopher L. Bennett.
- TNG: The Missions Continue omnibus from IDW Publishing.
June[edit | edit source]
- ST reference: Shipyards - The Klingon Fleet by Ben Robinson, Marcus Riley, and Matt McAllister, from Random House.
July[edit | edit source]
- ST - The Q Conflict comic: "Issue 6" released.
- STO mission: "The Temporal Warship Bundle!" released.
- DSC novel: The Enterprise War by John Jackson Miller.
- A shattered ship, a divided crew—trapped in the infernal nightmare of conflict! Hearing of the outbreak of hostilities between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire, Captain Christopher Pike attempts to bring the USS Enterprise home to join in the fight. But in the hellish nebula known as the Pergamum, the stalwart commander instead finds an epic battle of his own, pitting ancient enemies against one another – with not just the Enterprise, but her crew as the spoils of war. Lost and out of contact with Earth for an entire year, Pike and his trusted first officer, Number One, struggle to find and reunite the ship’s crew – all while Science Officer Spock confronts a mystery that puts even his exceptional skills to the test... with more than their own survival possibly riding on the outcome...
August[edit | edit source]
- Star Trek Magazine, Issue 199 (US #72)
- TOS novel: The Antares Maelstrom by Greg Cox.
- The final frontier erupts into chaos as vast quantities of a rare energy source are discovered beneath the surface of Baldur-3, a remote planet beyond the outer fringes of Federation space. Now an old-fashioned "gold rush" is underway as a flood of would-be prospectors, from countless worlds and species, races toward the planet to stake their claim. The galactic stampede threatens the stability of neighboring planets and space stations, as widespread strife and sabotage and all-around pandemonium result in a desperate need for Starfleet assistance. Captain James T. Kirk and the crew of the Starship Enterprise are dispatched to deal with the escalating crisis... which lies on the other side of a famously perilous region of space known as the Antares Maelstrom.
September[edit | edit source]
October[edit | edit source]
- TNG novel: Collateral Damage.
- ST reference: USS Enterprise NCC-1701 & 1701-A Illustrated Handbook.
- Star Trek Magazine, Issue 200 (US #73)
- 16 October
- DSC - Aftermath comic: "Issue 3".
- 17 October
- Adventures RPG module: Hard Rock Catastrophe.
- 23 October
- TOS - Year Five comic: "Issue 7".