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Decades: 2380s - 2390s - 2400s - 2410s - 2420s - 2430s - 2440s
(stardates 2410 to 2419; or 87000 to 96999)
Centuries: 24th century - 25th century - 26th century

The 2410s was, on Earth's calendar, the second decade of the 25th century. Some stardate systems have delineated this era ranging from stardates 87000 to 96999.[1] Another stardate system simply has this decade fall from stardates 2410 to 2419.[2]


Species 8472 launches a bold incursion of the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, including attacks on Earth and Qo'noS. In response to this invasion, the Federation and Klingon Empire agree to a ceasefire. The ceremony for the ceasefire is interrupted by the appearance of an Iconian who issues a hostile warning to the representatives of the two quadrants against drawing further attention. (STO mission: "Surface Tension") The Iconian War also took place here, lasting six months and causing catastrophic damage to the Milky Way Galaxy. Shortly thereafter, the Tzenkethi began a genocidal campaign, wiping out seemingly random planets with Protomatter-based weaponry. Joint efforts of the Federation, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Republic sabotaged most of their efforts until they were forced to surrender after a crippling battle near Bajor. After which it was revealed why they began their efforts: the planets they sought to destroy were infested with fully-crewed Hur'q ships in stasis, which then emerged from all the planets that had been saved, assaulting any civilization and race they encountered.[3]:


Starfleet encounters the Excalbians once more, following more than a century of no contact. A starship crew, including officers Seven of Nine and Michael Burnham, is forced to participate in a simulation of multiple past events to help the Excalbians decide a way of life between good or evil. The Excalbians ultimately choose good. (STO - Legacy mission: "Measure of Morality (Part 1), "Measure of Morality (Part 2)") Later, J'Ula reinstates the House of Mo'Kai, allowing her to address the High Council and rally other Klingons to her cause. Following a skirmish at the Great Hall, battles and destruction on various systems, J'Ula went back into hiding and Alliance Intelligence began searching for her. Eventually, she is discovered on Khitomer by the Alliance captain, accompanied by General Martok. Aakar then betrays J'Ula and forms an alliance with J'mpok, who then launches a mycelial weapon on Khitomer, damaging its facilities and killing numerous delegates. Fortunately, the Alliance captain, Martok, J'Ula and Adet'pa were able to rescue a few survivors and escape. J'mpok later accuses the Alliance captain for committing the crime, forcing them to go into hiding and allying themselves with House Mo'Kai following the ensuing battle.

J'mpok began sending various operatives to hunt down the Alliance captain, General Martok, J'Ula and Adet'pa. Some time later, Adet'pa discovered the source of the evidence on J'mpok's attack on Khitomer, thus able to help clear their names, prompting them to emerge from hiding and start taking action. Their presence on Nimbus III and the Gorath System were communicated to J'mpok and he sends forces to engage them. Despite the efforts broadcasting the evidence with additional assistance from the crew of the Coldstar, the various Klingon Houses lost trust in the Empire and returned to their own homes. J'mpok dismisses the Klingon High Council and proclaims himself 'Emperor' of the Klingon Empire.


Starfleet presumably receives the log entry from the Enterprise-D made on Stardate 41263.2 (2364) when the ship was briefly in Galaxy M-33. Presuming the sub-space signal remains intact (without relays to boost transmission in the galaxy), the signal travels 2.7 million light-years (a 51 year, 10 month time timespan).[4]


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