There’s still a reference to the second/third age transition being in 1377 on the T Imperial Age sidebar, and on the old “This Day In History” article – I don’t know if keeping that in line is in-scope at this time.
https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/15997-This-Day-In-History-The-Third-Imperial-AgeI’m guessing based on ‘This Year in HIstory’ Kr.ē’s coronation is now July 4th unless that date is shifting to make the New Year line up with another event. That would make the recent/future new years;
- Apr 7th 2951 (the last new year)
- Jul 18th 2952
- Oct 28th 2953
- Feb 8th 2955
- May 21st 2956
- August 31st 2957
At least until Kr.ē pops his clogs.
When a new Imperial Age begins, that year is simultaneously the last in the previous Age and the 0th in the new age. The year turns over to a totally new one when the usual New Year would begin. To turn it into an analogy*: the previous Emperor, Throgmorten, is the last of his line. He dies on April 6th, 1.1138. A new Imperial family is selected on April 31st, and Emperor Bromelia is crowned on May 8th, 1.1138 / 2.0. On January 1st, the New Year, 2.1, begins.
*Analogy uses the Human calendar as shorthand