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When the energy crisis worsened in 2021, Damien Stephens formed the GlobeSphere Corporation and took over the business. He had vast solar panel fields built on the Moon, which were intended to channel energy directly to Earth. (AUDIO: Energy of the Daleks)

At this time, the Pan-US Corps had W stations in outer space, and, according to the Seventh Doctor, China "pretty much [ran] the Moon". Europe was also a major superpower in 2021, and sought to partake in the colonisation of the Solar System which was due to follow. The United Kingdom, however, lacked a space programme. The C-Programme, involving Cyber-conversion, was their solution to this. (AUDIO: The Harvest)

On Dalek Day, which occurred before or during 2020, a Dalek vowed that its kind would return and attack Earth on the first of January, 2021. (AUDIO: Incoming Transmission) Incidentally, January would see the occurrence of the 2021 Dalek civil war. (TV: Revolution of the Daleks)

Dated events[edit | edit source]

Ten months after being returned to Earth in the "spare TARDIS", Yasmin Khan missed the passing of the New Year as she continued to wait for the Thirteenth Doctor. When the Doctor, joined by Captain Jack Harkness, returned to Earth, they became embroiled in the 2021 Dalek revolution. (TV: Revolution of the Daleks)

Ryan Sinclair was expecting his father Aaron to return from the oil rigs "a couple of weeks" after the New Year. (TV: Revolution of the Daleks)

In October, the Seventh Doctor and Ace investigated mysterious goings-on at St. Gart's Brookside Hospital in London and discovered a Cyberman threat. An emergency room nurse, Thomas Hector "Hex" Schofield, celebrated his twenty-third birthday on 12 October in the course of assisting the duo. He then joined them aboard the TARDIS. (AUDIO: The Harvest)

Undated events[edit | edit source]

Steffi Ehrlich was born in Germany. (TV: The Waters of Mars)

Iris Wildthyme and Panda visited Hong Kong. (PROSE: The Shape of Things)

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