Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)
(written from a Production point of view)
- For information dealing with this year in the timeline of the fictional Star Trek universe, see 2006.
- 8 January -
- 20 January - Pocket SCE eBook The Cleanup is released.
- 22 January - Allen Pinson dies.
- 31 January - Pocket ENT Rosetta is published.
- 13 February - Andreas Katsulas dies.
- 17 February -
- 21 February - Richard Snell dies.
- 27 February - John Lendale Bennett dies.
- 28 February -
- 7 March - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Borg DVD set released.
- 8 March - Rhoda Williams dies.
- 18 March - Star Trek Magazine issue 126 is released.
- 24 March - Titan Books omnibus collection The Battle Within is released.
- 28 March - Pocket DS9 Warpath is published.
- 1 April - Pocket SCE eBook The Future Begins is released.
- 4 April - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Time Travel DVD set released.
- 6 April - Joseph Bernard dies.
- 8 April - Tommy J. Huff dies.
- 10 April - G4 television begins airing Star Trek: The Original Series episodes as Star Trek 2.0, adding such features as on-screen chat, pop-up facts, and a 'Spock market'.
- 20 April - The Daily Variety reports that production on an eleventh Star Trek film is officially underway, under the supervision of J.J. Abrams.
- 25 April - Pocket ENT Last Full Measure is published.
- 8 May - Philip Barberio dies.
- 11 May - Byron Morrow dies.
- 15 May - Pocket SCE eBook Echoes of Coventry is released.
- 22 May - Star Trek: The Next Generation Region 2 DVDs re-released.
- 23 May - Pocket TOS novel To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh is released in paperback.
- 1 June - Pocket SCE eBook Distant Early Warning is released.
- 3 June - George Kashdan dies.
- 4 June - John Horton dies.
- 6 June - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Q Region 1 DVD set released.
- 20 June - Pocket Star Trek: Vulcan's Soul novel Exiles is released.
- 23 June - Titan Books omnibus The Trial of James T. Kirk is released.
- 27 June - Pocket Star Trek: Vanguard novel Summon the Thunder is released.
- 25 July -
- 1 August -
- 10 August - Star Trek Magazine issue 128 is released in the UK. This will become the first issue to be distributed in North America on 22 August.
- 13 August - Tony Jay dies.
- 14 August - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Time Travel DVD set released in Region 2.
- 22 August -
- 25 August - Joseph Stefano dies.
- 26 August - Pocket rereleases The Entropy Effect.
- 29 August -
- Pocket Star Trek: Mere Anarchy eBook Things Fall Apart is released.
- 1 September - Pocket SCE eBooks 10 is Better Than 01 and Many Splendors are released.
- 5 September -
- 8 September -
- 16 September - "Re-mastered" versions of Star Trek: The Original Series begin airing in syndication, beginning with TOS: "Balance of Terror" and "Miri".
- 18 September - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Klingon DVD set is released in Region 2.
- 22 September -
- 24 September - John M. Ford dies.
- 25 September - Star Trek: Fan Collective - Q DVD set is released in Region 2.
- Pocket Mere Anarchy eBook The Centre Cannot Hold is released.
- 1 October - The 2007 Star Trek Stardate Calendar is released. This is the final edition of the day-to-day calendar.
- 3 October - Star Trek: Encounters is released.
- 5 October -
- 16 October - Tommy Johnson dies.
- 20 October - Jane Wyatt dies.
- 27 October - Star Trek: Tactical Assault is released for the Nintendo DS.
- Pocket Mere Anarchy eBook Shadows of the Indignant is released.
- 7 November - Pocket reference book Ships of the Line released.
- 8 November - Basil Poledouris dies.
- 10 November - Jack Palance dies.
- 13 November - TOS begins airing every weeknight on TV Land.
- 14 November - Star Trek: Tactical Assault is released for the PlayStation Portable.
- 21 November -
- 23 November - Dave Cockrum dies.
- 28 November -
- 5 December - Star Trek: Legacy for the PC is released in the United States.
- 15 December - The It's A Wrap! sale and auction begins.
- 21 December - Lois Hall dies.
- 22 December -
- 28 December - Pocket SCE eBook Turn the Page is released. This release sees the series become Star Trek: Corps of Engineers.
- 29 December -
- Thomas J. Booth dies.
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