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The UTS Aeon[4], also known as USS Aeon[1], was a 29th century[3] Federation[3] shuttlecraft[2], an Epoch-class[1] Model No. 86[3] timeship[3] in Timefleet service in the 2860s[1] decade. Its commanding officer was Captain Braxton[3] of the Temporal Integrity Commission[5]. (VOY episode: "Future's End", Last Unicorn RPG module: All Our Yesterdays: The Time Travel Sourcebook)

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The Aeon was a one-person vessel under the command of Captain Braxton, a successor in the name after a 24th century Sovereign-class starship USS Aeon[6]. The ship was commissioned under Braxton in 2862. (Last Unicorn RPG module: All Our Yesterdays: The Time Travel Sourcebook)

The Aeon went to the year 2373 to destroy the USS Voyager, believing Voyager created a temporal disturbance that destroyed Earth in the 29th century. The Aeon and Voyager battled until the Aeon was sent back to the year 1967. The Aeon crashed and Henry Starling captured the vessel. He then acquired future technology from the vessel and released it to the public step by step, marketing it as his own innovations. (VOY episode: "Future's End", Part 1)

Kathryn Janeway, Tuvok, Tom Paris, and Chakotay attempted to re-take the vessel on Earth in 1996, but Starling stopped them. He was going to take the Aeon to the 29th century, but Voyager destroyed the Aeon. (VOY episode: "Future's End", Part 2)

Janeway's timeships.

In one version of events, Vice Admiral Kathryn Janeway from the Future and the timeships Aeon, USS Relativity and a Krenim Annorax-class science vessel arrived in the 2370s to fix the timeline. (VOY CCG set: Fluxx, card: "Goal: Fixing the Timeline")




Epoch-class timeship starships
UFP emblem image. AeonBaktunCenturyEpochEternityEvent HorizonGenerationKalpaMillenniumunnamed Epoch-class timeships Seal of the Federation Starfleet.

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