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This article is specific to stardates as used in the series USS Baldwin

Stardates are timekeeping dates commonplace in the Federation. It is derived from the universal base measurement of time, the second.

As of 2377, 1 stardate unit is equal to 33,000 seconds, or 9 hours, 10 minutes. 1,000 stardate units is slightly longer than 1 Earth Year.


Note - the '#' sign indicates that these numbers are for the time within the year. Many times, there can be up to two decimal places.
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2346 24019.0 2347 24974.6 2348 25930.3 2349 26888.5 2350 27844.1
2360 37405.7 2361 38364.0 2362 39319.6 2363 40275.3 2364 41230.9
2365 42189.2 2366 43144.8 2367 44100.4 2368 45056.1 2369 46014.3
2370 46970.0 2371 47925.6 2372 48881.2 2373 49839.5 2374 50795.1
2375 51750.8 2376 52706.4 2377 53664.7 2378 54620.3 2379 55576.0
2380 56531.6 2381 57489.8 2382 58445.5 2383 59401.1 2384 60356.7

BackgroundEdit

The Stardate Calculator for USS Baldwin was initially developed around Andrew Main's Stardates in Star Trek FAQ, tweaked slightly to allow for a continuous stardate progression. When tweaked to account for VOY: "Homestead" occurring in April 2378, the Stardate Calculator was completely rewritten. Seconds were used as a base for the new Stardate Calculator, as JavaScript computes dates based on the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970. It also made logical sense, since days and years are arbitrary and variable, while seconds are a fixed reference.

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