The entry of Kahless also appears in the article of the 9th century. Which is correct? 09:10, September 18, 2011 (UTC)


The Nacene, a group of non-humanoid extragalactic explorers, visit the Ocampa homeworld in the Delta Quadrant. They unwittingly cause the eradication of all nucleogenic particles from the planet's atmosphere. Two Nacene choose to remain and protect the Ocampa from the damage they caused. (VOY: "Caretaker")

This seems to be based not on hard fact, but on some sketchy back of the envelope calculation using Ocampa lifespans + the 500 generations statement. Waaay too far out in original research territory. I'll only post here, but the date has spread to a number of pages and I intend to purge it wherever I find it. -- Capricorn (talk) 14:27, February 5, 2016 (UTC)

A civil war begins on Daled IV. (TNG: "The Dauphin")

The episode only states "in a centuries-old civil war" - From Cardassia with pain (talk) 17:18, May 21, 2017 (UTC)

Stratos Edit

The people of Ardana build a magnificent city named Stratos, which floats among the clouds. It is widely considered to be the Milky Way Galaxy's greatest example of sustained anti-gravity. (TOS: "The Cloud Minders")

"Centuries ago, Stratos was built by leaders that gave their word that all inhabitants would live there." I can't find more specific canon date. Star Trek Chronology (p9) also indicates "centuries ago". All Our Yesterdays (Last Unicorn) (p.32) indicates the year 1432. STE and Star Charts gives no date. - From Cardassia with pain (talk) 16:42, May 25, 2017 (UTC)

Meridian Edit

A group of humanoid travelers are stranded on the planet Meridian, which intersects two distinct dimensions. (DS9: "Meridian")

"Over the last few centuries, our numbers have dwindled." I can't find more accurate date. - From Cardassia with pain (talk) 16:58, May 25, 2017 (UTC)

Riva's chorus Edit

The ruling family of the Ramatis system are discovered to lack the gene required for the sense of hearing. A system is developed in which the members of the ruling family may both hear and speak through a "chorus" of interpreters. (TNG: "Loud As A Whisper")

"Our way of communicating has developed over the centuries". I can't find a more specific date. Star Trek Chronology (p9) also indicates "the arrangement has lasted for centuries."