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Decades: 2000s - 2010s - 2020s - 2030s - 2040s - 2050s - 2060s
(stardates 2030.0 to 2039)
Centuries: 20th century - 21st century - 22nd century

The 2030s was, on Earth's calendar, the fourth decade of the 21st century. Although this was a time period before Human formulation of stardates, this era lasts from stardates 2030.0 through 2039.


Events of various dates

Events taking place between reference stardate -1/80 and the modern era beginning on stardate 0/00 cannot always logically be corresponded to modern years or canon dates in most cases, so they are listed on those two pages.
  • The Xindi Civil War ends with the destruction of Xindus. The Xindi species are scattered across the Delphic Expanse in what will become known as the Great Diaspora.[1][2]
  • The Sphere-Builders start to make appearances to the survivors of the Xindi Great Diaspora, providing great help to them, like showing them habitable new planets and how to get essential resources. Because of this aid – what will be discovered as manipulation over a century later – and not revealing that they were the actual builders of the spheres, they are known as "The Guardians" by the Xindi.[3]
  • The hovercar begins to be used by the general public on Earth.[4]

Events of unkown dates



References and notes

  1. ENT novelization: The Expanse.
  2. ENT episode: "The Shipment".
  3. ENT episode: "The Council"
  4. VOY episode: "The 37's"
  5. ST reference: Federation: The First 150 Years - There are differing accounts of Cochrane's exact date of birth: The Star Trek: First Contact novelization gives the year of his birth as 2013, yet referred to him as being an "adolescent" in the mid-2040s. His first name was also spelled as "Zephram" here, and in TNG novel: Imzadi. Federation: The First 150 Years states January 27, 2031. gives Cochrane's birth year as 2030.

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