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For information about 1973 in the fictional Star Trek universe, please see 1973.

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- Miho Suzuki is born.

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  • 1 September - The Thirty-Sixth UK Story Arc continues in Valiant & TV21 #101 with the eleventh of sixteen installments.
  • 7 September - Alex Kurtzman is born.
  • 8 September -
  • 15 September -
    • TAS: "Yesteryear" airs.
    • The Thirty-Sixth UK Story Arc continues in Valiant & TV21 #103 with the thirteenth of sixteen installments.
    • Star Trek: The Original Series premieres in Flanders, the Dutch speaking part of Belgium, with the episode "De eindeloze ruimte" ("Where No Man Has Gone Before"). The episode was broadcast on channel BRT 1, in the prime time slot 18:05-18:55. Unlike the French and German speaking parts of the country, the Flanders episodes were not dubbed, but subtitled and over the course of nearly one year, about half of the series was broadcast.
  • 22 September -
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  • 30 September - After the false start in 1971, Star Trek: The Original Series premieres in The Netherlands with the episode "Waar geen mens ooit eerder was" ("Where No Man Has Gone Before"). The episode was broadcast by the public broadcast company NOS on the state owned channel Nederland 1, in the timeslot 15:35-16:25 (though the timeslot could shift up, and downwards by as much as 10 minutes later on in the series run) on Sunday on a weekly basis. As usual in The Netherlands, the episodes were not dubbed, but subtitled and over the course of nearly one year, about half of the series was broadcast. However, as with Flanders, the episode titles were translated into Dutch in their TV guides. Neither Dutch nor Flanders TV followed the American broadcast or production order, but broadcast episodes from all three seasons in a rather haphazard order. Unlike the 1971 false start, the NOS follows through with the series, broadcasting approximately half of the original 79 episodes in one continuous run. At the time state-owned both nation's channels did not use the commercial break format.
  • Unknown day - Allyn Gibson is born.

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