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- Jake Sisko and Kira Nerys watch the Bajoran wormhole reopen as exploration of the Gamma Quadrant resumes. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")
- Voyager pursues the USS Equinox and negotiates a cease fire with the nucleogenic lifeforms. The Equinox is later destroyed with only five crewmembers surviving; they were stripped of rank and ordered to serve as crewmen on Voyager, with extensive supervision and limited privileges. (VOY: "Equinox", "Equinox, Part II")
- After a near death experience, B'Elanna Torres travels to Klingon Hell to rescue her mother Miral from the Barge of the Dead. (VOY: "Barge of the Dead")
- Research begins on expanding The Doctor's program into an Emergency Command Hologram, which would allow him to function as acting captain of Voyager in an emergency. (VOY: "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy")
- Voyager helps revive the Vaadwaur species. They later turn out to be hostile but their subspace corridors propel Voyager two hundred light years closer to the Alpha Quadrant. (VOY: "Dragon's Teeth")
- Voyager encounters a graviton ellipse and retrieves data about the phenomenon from the command module of the Ares IV spacecraft, which had been trapped in the ellipse since 2032. (VOY: "One Small Step")
- Captain Janeway is abducted by the Kellidians, but is rescued by Lt. Commander Tuvok. (VOY: "Endgame")
- Voyager uses a graviton catapult designed by an alien called Tash to travel 30 sectors closer to Earth. (VOY: "The Voyager Conspiracy")
- After five years, the Pathfinder Project of Starfleet's Communications Research Center manages to establish contact with Voyager, thanks to the efforts of Reginald Barclay. Eventually, Voyager is able to transmit and receive monthly data streams from the Alpha Quadrant. (VOY: "Pathfinder")
- The Voyager crew rescues four adolescent Borg drones from a derelict cube: Icheb, Mezoti, Azan, and Rebi. (VOY: "Collective")
- The Ocampan city is presumed to have run out of the surplus of power that the Caretaker sent to them before he died. (VOY: "Caretaker")
- Benjamin Sisko's child with Kasidy Yates was to have been born in this year. (DS9: "The Dogs of War", "What You Leave Behind")
- During this year Kes returns to USS Voyager. She attempts to travel 5 years back in time, but stops and decides to return to Ocampa. (VOY: "Fury")
- In an alternate timeline, Kes returns to Voyager and destroys her ship in a collision with Voyager. She then damages Voyager, murders B'elanna Torres and uses Voyager's warp core to travel to 2371. (VOY: "Fury")
- DS9: "What You Leave Behind"
- "Equinox, Part II"
- "Survival Instinct" (in part)
- "Barge of the Dead"
- "Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy"
- "Dragon's Teeth"
- "One Small Step" (in part)
- "The Voyager Conspiracy"
- "Fair Haven"
- "Blink of an Eye"
- "Spirit Folk"
- "Ashes to Ashes"
- "Child's Play"
- "Good Shepherd"
- "Fury" (in part)
- "Live Fast and Prosper"
- "The Haunting of Deck Twelve" (in part)
- The non-canon events of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine relaunch begin in this year:
- A Stitch in Time
- The Left Hand of Destiny, Book One
- The Left Hand of Destiny, Book Two
- A Stitch in Time
- Avatar, Book One
- Avatar, Book Two
- Section 31
- Mission Gamma #1: Twilight
- Mission Gamma #2: This Gray Spirit
- Mission Gamma #3: Cathedral
- Mission Gamma #4: Lesser Evil
- Rising Son
- Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- The strategy game Star Trek: Armada, the FPS Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force and Star Trek: Hidden Evil also take place in this year.