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Just in case you don't know, we have a separate timeline for events from the Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology (and FASA "reference stardate") dates. See the SFC link and the SFC timeline pages that link there. The format for an SFC-timeline date is "year SFC", so the Icarus reached Alpha Centauri in 2048 SFC. Since there are fewer events in tis timeline and it's not likely to be added to, the pages are consolidated into 50-year blocks (XX00 to XX49 and XX50 to XX99) and a pound sign ("#") is used to skip to a particular year's entry, so a working link for 2048 SFC would look like so: [[2000-2049_SFC#2048]]. --Emperorkalan 11:46, 22 May 2009 (UTC)
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