Star Trek: Discovery recently wrapped up Season 3. Before we head into Season 4, we thought this would be a great time to travel back to where it all began by taking a look at the full Discovery timeline. From the Mirror Universe, to the Constitution-class USS Enterprise, all the way to the 32nd century—Let's go back in time and pinpoint the most important stardates in the history of Star Trek: Discovery.
If you’re a bit confused about when exactly Discovery takes place, we got you covered with a breakdown of what we know so far and how it all changed in the third season. For perspective, we begin with a basic outline of all the Trek Series, and where they stand in the timeline when it comes to Discovery's first two seasons. The first episode of Star Trek: Discovery takes place in 2255. That is a decade before the events of The Original Series, 110 years before the events of The Next Generation, and around 100 years after the events of Enterprise.
At the end of Discovery Season 2, everything changes, as Michael Burnham leads the Discovery through a wormhole and they travel 930 and 931 years into the future to a freshly undiscovered part of the Trek timeline. This places them in the 32nd century for Discovery: Season 3. Michael arrives in 3188 and spends a year in this new timeline without her crewmates, before they arrive in 3189. For the full details of every important moment, watch the video above!