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|years:|| 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
|decades:||1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s|
|centuries:||19th century - 20th century - 21st century|
- Following the "attack" by the Cetacean Probe in 2286, Admiral James T. Kirk and the former crew of the late USS Enterprise travel to San Francisco in this year to take two Humpback whales, George and Gracie, with them back to the future.
- Shortly afterwards, Detective Chizum of the San Francisco Police Department was assigned to investigate Gillian Taylor's disappearance as well as Pavel Chekov's escape from Mercy Hospital. Chizum investigated both matters and discovered that Taylor was involved in Chekov's escape from the hospital. This investigation led Chizum to discover many strange, but linked, occurrences in the San Francisco area, including Taylor's conversation with a strange man in North Bay Pizza who claimed to be from the 23rd century. All the signs led to the landing place of the HMS Bounty in Golden Gate Park, where impressions left by the ship in the grass were still visible. Chizum determined that the actions were carried out by people from the future and found it reassuring that Humanity would still be around by then. After this determination, he moved the case to the inactive list because he would never be able to inform his superiors without being laughed out of his job.
- When Jeffrey Carlson, who was present at the interrogation of the Ferengi that crashed in Area 51 in July 1947, gets a hold of the Klingon disruptor and the communicator that Chekov leaves behind on the USS Enterprise (CVN-65), he has his protégé, Shannon O'Donnell examine it. However, before she arrives to do so, she is stopped by Gary Seven, who tells her that mankind is not yet ready for such technology.
- Gary Seven stops a group of Soviet conspirators who plotted to assassinate Mikhail Gorbachev. He is unwillingly aided by Khan Noonien Singh.
- Using the materials that Seven discovered, Roberta Lincoln, disguised as a translator, saves Gorbachev's life during his talks with President Ronald Reagan in Reykjavik.
References and NotesEdit
- ↑ TOS novel: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
- ↑ TOS short story: "Whales Weep Not"
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1
| Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home|
|The Original Series||June 25-27, 1986|| movie|
|Dating of HMS Bounty's arrival in 20th century established in TOS novel Elusive Salvation.|
| Elusive Salvation|
"One Last Thing": Chapter 32
|The Original Series||June 25, 1986||novel||Roberta Lincoln is alerted to arrival of Admiral Kirk's stolen Klingon Blird-of-Prey in the year 1986.|
| Strange New Worlds VI|
Whales Weep Not
|The Original Series||1986||short story|
| The Eugenics Wars|
The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1
|The Original Series||July 5 - October 10, 1986||novel|
- TOS novel #27: Mindshadow, by J.M. Dillard
- TOS comic #22: Wolf on the Prowl: The Wolf, by Tony Isabella
- TOS novel #28: Crisis on Centaurus, by Brad Ferguson
- TOS comic #24: Double Blind: "Double Blind, Part One" by Diane Duane
- TOS novel #29: Fortunes of War, Book 1: Dreadnought!, by Diane Carey
- TOS comic #26: The Trouble with Transporters, by Bob Rozakis
- TOS comic #29: The Trouble with Bearclaw, by Tony Isabella
- TOS novel: Enterprise: The First Adventure, by Vonda N. McIntyre
- TOS comic #30: Uhura's Story, by Paul Kupperberg
- TOS comic annual #2: The Final Voyage, by Mike W. Barr
- 26th: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home premieres in cinemas.
- TOS novel #31: Fortunes of War, Book 2: Battlestations!, by Diane Carey
- TOS comic #32: Judgment Day!, by Len Wein
- TOS novelization: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, by Vonda N. McIntyre
- TOS YA novel: Phaser Fight, by Barbara Siegel & Scott Siegel
- TOS comic #33: Vicious Circle!, by Len Wein