|Centuries:||30th century - 31st century - 32nd century - Far future|
Events of the far future, long after the modern era.
- The "modern era" of Star Trek currently runs until the end of the 32nd century, after that time period which is the setting for Discovery season 3.
- The time-displaced Starfleet officers Benjamin Sisko, Jadzia Dax and Worf convince Bajoran leader P'Tash to end the Renewal tradition of resetting progress and mind-wiping the entire Federation population every 50 years.
- A historical observation craft from this time period travels back to February 2381 to observe the Borg attack on Coridan III and crashes. No 36th century entities attempt to recover the crashed vessel.
- c. 3774
- c. 3874
- The Crystalline Entity that had worked with Lore in the past had revived, and sought out Lore's brother B-4. B-4 was unwilling to support the homicidal brancher, so the entity destroyed him. At the Rock of Ages, it formed a pact with a renegade Horta and departed. The death of organic staff on the planet led the remaining Horta to vow to better protect the Federation citizens.
- By this point, the Kelvans are driven back, and what remains of the extra-galactic race settles on a Class-M world in the Gamma Quadrant.
- The Borg became extinct after a failed assimilation attempt on the allasomorphs of Daled IV.
- The Federation members learned to reshape the space part of the space-time continuum, theoretically allowing them to reshape the universe into a pretzel.
- This led to the Omnipax, universal peace and prosperity.
- The Mega-Federation quietly dismantled their presence on the Gateway planet.
- Q visited the Horta on the Rock of Ages.
- Led by Humans, the Mega-Federation members removed boundaries.
- They unplugged the intergalactic beam grid.
- The Dyson transwarp-spheres were mothballed.
- self-aware metatech was let loose.
- V'Ger received upgrades from the Mega-Federation.
- Humans were one the verge of evolving so they could join the Q Continuum.
Two million years
- An emerging star system, for whose formation Nella Daren attempted to construct a mathematical model during the 24th century, will complete its formation.
20 million years
- c. 21,436,000
- A pack of clothed, shaggy-maned Species M-113 and their prey are held in a ruddy, desert-like enclosure on the Collector Preserve. The Warden allows temporal operatives from 21.43 megayears downtime to observe the salt vampires hunt prey. Soon after, the Time Guardians help dismantle the Collector Preserve, and its specimens are returned to their native worlds and periods, including Species M-113.
20 trillion years
- According to one account the universe is predicted to expend itself, collapsing back into its constituent primal atom.
60-70 trillion years
- According to the genetically-engineered Human Jack's predictions, the universe will collapse.
- A history class at an unspecified point in the far future remembered notable figures of the late 24th century. The class covered the life of Brad Boimler, who was remembered as a rule-breaker who encouraged Starfleet crews to enjoy their "down time". His statue, posing with a plaque of The Boimler Effect and a Great Bird of the Galaxy, was shown to the class. The history teacher then announced the next topic, that the most important influential figure of their studies was Chief Miles O'Brien. (LD episode: "Temporal Edict")
- c. 5259
- Over 1 billion years
References and notes
- TOS episode: "Arena".
- TOS comic: "The Ageless One".
- VOY episode: "Year of Hell".
- VOY episode: "The Killing Game".
- DS9 - Strange New Worlds 2016 short story: "The Façade of Fate".
- DTI novel: Watching the Clock.
- VOY episode: "Living Witness".
- NF comic: "Double Time".
- TOS episode: "Requiem for Methuselah".
- ST - Strange New Worlds VII short story: "Guardians".
- ENT episode: "Observer Effect".
- Last Unicorn RPG module: All Our Yesterdays: The Time Travel Sourcebook.
- ST short story: "Our Million-Year Mission".
- TOS episode: "Errand of Mercy".
- TOS episode: "By Any Other Name".
- Star Trek Video Communicator comic strip #3: "Time. And Time. And Time Again.".
- TOS episode: "The Devil in the Dark".
- TOS episode: "I, Mudd".
- TNG episode: "Lessons".
- DTI eBook: The Collectors.
- TOS comic: "The Choice".
- DS9 episode: "Chrysalis".
- NF - Mirror Universe short story: "Homecoming".
- TOS comic: "The Primate Directive, Issue 1".
- According to the writers of this story, these events take place between the events of the original Planet of the Apes film and its sequel, Beneath the Planet of the Apes. If indeed set in the same continuity as the films, then this alternate Earth is destroyed not long afterwards, though three simian survivors are able to escape and time travel back to Earth in the 20th century (as depicted in Escape from the Planet of the Apes).
- TOS comic: "Legacy of Spock, Part 4".
- VOY episode: "Non Sequitur".