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One of the occasions he listed included when ''Voyager'' traveled back to [[1996]] to stop [[Henry Starling]], and then left Braxton on [[20th century]] [[Earth]]. ({{VOY|Future's End|Future's End, Part II}})
 
One of the occasions he listed included when ''Voyager'' traveled back to [[1996]] to stop [[Henry Starling]], and then left Braxton on [[20th century]] [[Earth]]. ({{VOY|Future's End|Future's End, Part II}})
   
:''Braxton's remark could have refered to any of [[Time travel episodes#Star Trek: Voyager|these]] incidents.''
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The Janeway Factor was an informal term used by Captain Braxton with regards to Captain Kathryn Janeway of USS Voyager. Braxton considered Janeway's meddling with the timeline a major annoyance, and coined the term to describe it. (VOY: "Relativity")

One of the occasions he listed included when Voyager traveled back to 1996 to stop Henry Starling, and then left Braxton on 20th century Earth. (VOY: "Future's End", "Future's End, Part II")

Braxton's remark could have referred to any of these incidents.
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