The Star Trek Chronology, like the Star Trek Encyclopedia, was written by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda and Debbie Mirek.


AlixusArjinJulian BashirBruntChakotayChristine ChapelPavel ChekovZefram CochraneBeverly CrusherDataAudrid DaxCurzon DaxJadzia DaxTobin DaxTorias DaxDukatMichael EddingtonFemale ChangelingElim GarakGintGoran'agarGowronGuinanIshkaKathryn JanewayKesKira NerysJames T. KirkHarry KimGeordi La ForgeLoreCarol MarcusDavid MarcusLeonard McCoyMullibokNeelixNogKeiko O'BrienMiles O'BrienOdoOpakaKotan Pa'DarRugal Pa'DarTom ParisMelora PazlarPelDanara PelJean-Luc PicardChristopher PikeQQuarkRomSarekKhan Noonien SinghBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoJennifer SiskoJoseph SiskoNoonien SoongSpockHikaru SuluSurakEnabran TainTalunoTora NapremTora ZiyalB'Elanna TorresDeanna TroiLwaxana TroiTuvokNyota UhuraWeyounWinn AdamiWorfNatasha YarKasidy YatesZekLewis Zimmerman


Deep Space 9Delta QuadrantEarthGamma Quadrant


Bonaventure (C1-21)

States and organizationsEdit

Cestus CometsDominionPike City PioneersStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets


Background informationEdit

The Chronology is split into the categories The Distant Past, The 20th Century, The 21st Century, The 22nd Century, The 23rd Century, The 24th Century and The Far Future. It also has an Introduction, Preface, Index and Notes on characters from Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Covering events from "The Cage" through to "Broken Link" and "Basics, Part I", the Star Trek Chronology gives some dates as conjectured guesswork, excluding Star Trek: The Animated Series as it was still considered "non-canon" - although it makes slight allowances for "Yesteryear" and "The Counter-Clock Incident". Also excluded, due to production time-limits or the fact the episodes/series didn't yet exist, are DS9 seasons five to seven, Voyager seasons three to seven, Star Trek: Insurrection, Star Trek: Nemesis and all data pertaining to Star Trek: Enterprise.

The book notably gives interesting, if controversial, data including an illustration of an 2160s-era Rihannsu ship, a relationship between the launches of Sputnik 1 and the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D). It also gives an explanation for how the date of 2161 came about for the "establishment of the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet".

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Star Trek Reference works
In-universe BluprintsStar Fleet Technical ManualStar Fleet Medical Reference ManualSpaceflight ChronologyMapsStar Trek II BiographiesThe Klingon DictionaryMr. Scott's Guide to the EnterpriseThe Worlds of the FederationStar Trek: TNG Technical JournalStar Trek: TNG Technical ManualChronologyEncyclopediaThe Ferengi Rules of AcquisitionFederation PassportThe Klingon WayStar Trek: TNG USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D BlueprintsThese Are the Voyages... - A Three-Dimensional Star Trek AlbumLegends of the FerengiKlingon for the Galactic TravelerQ's Guide to the ContinuumStar Trek: DS9 Technical ManualThe Tribble HandbookCookbokThe Klingon HamletCelebrationsStarship SpotterThe Hologram's HandbookThe Starfleet Survival GuideStar ChartsShips of the LineCaptain Kirk's Guide to WomenUSS Enterprise Owners' Workshop ManualA Very Klingon KhristmasStellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference LibraryThe Klingon Art of War: Ancient Principles of Ruthless Honor
Real world The Making of Star TrekThe Making of Star Trek: The Motion PictureStar Trek: TNG CompanionMake-Up FX JournalThe Making of Star Trek: DS9The Physics of Star TrekThe Art of Star TrekThe Making of Star Trek: First ContactStar Trek Phase II: The Lost SeriesStar Trek: TOS SketchbookStar Trek: TNG - The Continuing MissionScience LogsStar Trek: TNG Sketchbook: The MoviesStar Trek: DS9 CompanionAliens & ArtifactsStar Trek: Voyager CompanionVoyages of Imagination101Star Trek: The Art of the FilmThe Art of Star Trek Online365The Visual DictionaryThe Star Trek Book

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