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Millennia:
Centuries:
  • 21st century
  • 22nd century
  • 23rd century
  • 24th century
  • 25th century
  • 26th century
  • 27th century
  • 28th century
  • 29th century
  • 30th century

In contemporary history, the third millennium of the anno Domini or Common Era in the Gregorian calendar is the current millennium spanning the years 2001 to 3000 (21st to 30th centuries). Ongoing futures studies seek to understand what is likely to continue and what could plausibly change in the course of this period and beyond.

Predictions and forecasts not included on this timeline

21st century

2000s

2010s

2020s

2030s

Plans and goals

Expected events

2040s

Plans and goals

  • Oman Vision 2040

Expected events

2050s

2060s

2070s

  • 2070: In 2020, some scientists projected that, by 2070, 1 to 3 billion people, mostly living in regions with little adaptive capacity, would be left outside the historically favourable climate conditions, the "human temperature niche", depending on patterns of population growth and climate change mitigation, without levels of migration unlikely to be sustainable.[36][37][38]
  • 2073: On January 1, assuming no further extensions to the term of copyrights become law in the interim, all media that was published before 1978 will have fallen into the public domain in the United States. This year in particular is significant because this is the last year when the terms of the Sonny Bono Copyright Extension Act will apply; works published after 1977 will generally fall into the public domain after 70 years post mortem auctoris.[example needed]

2080s

  • 2089: During the months of May and June, insect Magicicada broods X (17-year) and XIX (13-year) will emerge simultaneously. This will be the first time this will occur since 1868; next time will be in 2310. This event occurs only once in every 221 years.[39]

2090s

22nd century

2100s

  • 2100: On 14 March (which will be 29 February in the Julian calendar), the difference between the Julian calendar and the Gregorian calendar reaches 14 days. Since 14 is divisible by 7, this will be the first time in history since its inception that the Gregorian calendar has the same day of the week for each day of the year as the Julian calendar. This will last until 28 February, 2200 of the Gregorian Calendar.
  • 2103: Per an agreement between the National Archives and Caroline Kennedy, the jacket Jackie Kennedy wore on the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated cannot be displayed in public until this year.[46]
  • FAT file systems theoretically support dates up to 31 December, 2107 (though officially only up to 31 December 2099).[citation needed]
  • 2109: On April 27, a time capsule placed under the floor boards of the Old Queens Building at Rutgers University, in New Jersey, buried on 27 April 2009, is scheduled to be opened.[47]

2110s

2120s

  • 2120: In November, a South African vault of thousands of time capsules containing present-day information for future generations' use will be opened, 101 years after burial. The Vault 2120 is located at Maropeng in the Cradle of Humankind and was sealed in November 2019. The vault will only be opened in the year 2120. The vault and its thousands of time capsules have been buried at least two metres underground at the Maropeng Visitor Centre.[53]

2130s

  • 2132: A time capsule on Rideau Street in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is intended to be opened that year. It was buried in 1982.

2140s

  • 2140: All Bitcoins are expected to be mined.

2150s

2160s

2180s

  • 2182-09-24: Asteroid 101955 Bennu has a 1-in-2,700 chance of impacting Earth.[54]

2190s

23rd century

  • 2227–2247: Pluto will be closer to the Sun than Neptune is for the first time since the year 1999.
  • 2265: Return of the Great Comet of 1861.
  • 2284: Possible the perihelion of Halley's Comet might come back after the year 2209.
  • 2285: On March 22, Easter will occur on its earliest possible date for the first time since the year 1818.

24th century

  • 2400: The first century leap year since 2000.

25th century

26th century

27th century

28th century

29th century

30th century

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The Oldbury Nuclear Power Station is located in South Gloucestershire, England.

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