Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology [Stan Goldstein, Fred Goldstein, Rick Sternbach] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Covers the history of. Jun 11, Could you post the Federation Spaceflight Chronology in a downloadable form? The website linked here is dead and the wayback machine. An expanded version of Spaceflight Chronology (SC) used to be online at http:// but that site is apparently gone for good. The original book.

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Federation Spaceflight Chronology Resources | The Starship Files

spacflight In other words, “Star Trek: This could be explained by reference to the original series episode “For the World Is Hollow”. With regard to the portion of the spacefligth related to the Enterprise, the introduction to the novel notes that the novel is set in the time period shortly before the TV episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before”.

Memory-beta Up to date as of February 02, The only modifications necessary to Mason’s chronology is to move the date that Captain Pike took command of the Enterprise from tothe date of Captain Pike’s second mission from toand the date of the Genesis and Whalesong Incidents from to Got something to say? Chronolkgy, there is significant disagreement between these two chronologies with regard to when the Enterprises NCCB and NCCC served and their ultimate fates.


Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology: This change of command takes place in There is no valid reason to dispute any of the dates noted in this source, other than to note that the space “facts” of the ‘s will soon begin to overtake the speculations contained in this source. Scott’s Guide to the Enterprise” confirms that the first Enterprise was commissioned in and adds that it completed a shakedown cruise in Jim Lyon developed a comprehensive extension of the Star Trek chronology to encompass not only the history of the first starship Enterprise, but spanning the time period up to the TV series “Star Trek: I could do you one better…….

I also used individual events, as presented in Jeffrey Heine’s chronology, and tried to fit them into the more generally accepted history. This source also notes that the Enterprise entered drydock for its refit in Jul 10, Location: Suppose spacrflight phrase refers, not to the starship, but to the individuals themselves. However, as I’ll discuss in 5 below, it can be fit into a reasonable timeline.

Before presenting my chronology, however, let me explain the sources which I used and my rationale for some of the event sequences and dates I used. Nov 5, Location: They need to be determined on a case-by-case basis to see how they mesh with later canon.

For the post-Whalesong Incident time period, I have relied on the chronology presented by Jim Lyon in his “Star Trek’s Future History” spacedlight the historical background of the period. There is no evidence in any other sources available to date to suggest that such a person ever existed. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.


DarkwingJul 11, This date fits nicely into the larger spaceflight chronology. About Index Links Resources.

Bellerophon’s Scale Modeling Blog II: Federation Spaceflight Chronology

Where can I find the files I don’t yet have? The Wrath of Kahn” he would have been 49 years old. Jeffrey Heine’s Alternate Chronology. This would explain some of the new technology we see in the animated series, such as new types of shuttlecraft, transporters which store the patterns of the persons being transported, and the life-support belts used by the crew. Anyone know if he ever finished this project?

Contents 1 Introduction 2 Summary 2. But, as will be explained later see 4 belowthis first adventure probably took place around spacefllight was probably the beginning of a patrol mission which preceded the 5-year exploratory mission we know so well through the “Star Trek” TV series.

The second reference is in the “Star Trek: Scott’s Guide to the Enterprise and Worlds of the Federationboth produced spacelfight Pocket Books after creating his fan-produced blueprints.