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Future's End is a two-part episode of Star Trek: Voyager first aired in November 1996.


Voyager is attacked by the 29th century timeship Aeon, and drawn through a temporal rift to Earth in 1996. The crew must negotiate both an unfamiliar culture, and the attentions of businessman Henry Starling.

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Part I characters

AyalaBraxtonChakotayDaveThe DoctorH. DunbarKathryn JanewayJimMarie KaplanKesHarry KimNeelixTom ParisRain RobinsonSimsHenry StarlingB'Elanna TorresTuvok

Part II characters

AyalaBraxtonButchChakotayCulhaneThe DoctorH. DunbarKathryn JanewayMarie KaplanKesHarry KimWilliam McKenzieNeelixTom ParisPorterRain RobinsonDennis RussellHenry StarlingB'Elanna TorresTuvok

Starships and vehicles

USS Voyager (Intrepid-class) • UTS Aeontype-9 shuttlecraft


United States of America (ArizonaCaliforniaGriffith Observatory, Los Angeles)

Races and cultures


States and organizations

Chronowerx IndustriesSETIStarfleet

Other references



Related stories

Mobile emitter
The Doctor gains his mobile emitter in Future's End which he uses through the rest of the series and is the center of many stories.
Captain Braxton, established in Future's End, later appeared in another Voyager episode; Relativity and a New Frontier comic; Double Time.


published order
Previous episode:
The Swarm
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
Previous episode:
Sacred Ground
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Trials and Tribble-ations; Let He Who Is Without Sin...
Pocket Next Adventure:
Final Entry
15th entry; Letting Go
Section 6
Previous Adventure:
Sacred Ground
Journey of the USS Voyager Next Adventure:
Ambassador at Large

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