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Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology

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Title: Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology  
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Language: English
Subject: Starship Enterprise, United Federation of Planets, Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise, Timeline of Star Trek, Star Trek spin-off fiction, Star Trek role-playing game (FASA), Epsilon Eridani in fiction
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Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology

Star Trek
Spaceflight Chronology
Author Stan Goldstein
Fred Goldstein
Illustrator Rick Sternbach
Cover artist Rick Sternbach
Country United States
Language English
Series Star Trek genre continuity
Subject Star Trek:TOS, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, pre-Star Trek: The Original Series and pre-Star Trek: Enterprise storyline conjecture
Genre Fiction, Star Trek
Publisher Pocket Books
Publication date 1980
Media type Print
Pages 192
ISBN 0-671-79089-7
OCLC Number Dewey Decimal 818/.5407
LC Classification TL788.7 .G64
Followed by Star Trek Chronology
Voyages of Imagination

Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology is a 1980 book written and edited by Stan and Fred Goldstein, and illustrated by Rick Sternbach. At the time of its publication it was the official history of the Star Trek universe. The first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation used references and dates that indicated that the Star Trek Spaceflight Chronology was no longer being followed, and it was eventually replaced by Star Trek Chronology as the official history of the Star Trek universe. In 2006, Pocket Books published Voyages of Imagination, which expanded Star Trek Chronology to include the events of all of the Star Trek novels.

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