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The 29th century was defined in the calendar of Earth as being from 2801 until 2900.




Aeon front

The timeship Aeon

2868 (circa)
It was estimated that the Kelvans' response to the Federation's message would be received in this year. (TOS: "By Any Other Name")
2873 (circa)
In an alternate timeline, Henry Starling, having acquired the timeship Aeon in 1967, travels to Earth in this time from 1996. His inexperience with the technology results in a temporal explosion that destroys the Sol system. The explosion is witnessed by Captain Braxton aboard another version of the starship Aeon from earlier in its timeline. Braxton detects debris from the secondary hull of USS Voyager following the explosion, leading him to believe that Voyager is responsible for the explosion, and travels to the Delta Quadrant in 2373 in order to stop the incident by destroying Voyager. (VOY: "Future's End", "Future's End, Part II")
USS Relativity

The timeship USS Relativity

Before 2875
The time ship Relativity, under the command of Captain Braxton, uses its temporal sensors to scan the USS Voyager in 2375 and finds a temporal explosion during that period. The crew recruits Seven of Nine three times to find out how, where, and by whom the explosive device was planted. When Braxton himself is revealed to be the saboteur, Captain Kathryn Janeway is sent back in time to apprehend him just as he arrives on board. Seven and Janeway are returned to their time frame and the three Braxtons, one from the ship, one from when he was planting the device, and the one from when he arrived to activate the device, are reintegrated and later stand trial. (VOY: "Relativity")

According to Ducane, they were from "almost five hundred years" in the future.

Going by Data's statement that the energy ribbon from Star Trek Generations passes through the Milky Way Galaxy every 39.1 years, it can be expected to return in 2800, 2839, and 2878.

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