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- n. A regular space with the additional property that for every disjoint pair of closed sets in that space, there is a disjoint pair of open sets which contain the closed sets, respectively.
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A half-hour's drive through normal space put Amity in position for the second Jump, to a dim and unnamed star.
The Jump to Beta system went off perfectly, as did the subsequent fifty-hour drive through normal space to the target planet itself.
Transwarp coils allow the command ship to open thresholds in normal space to enter a series of transwarp conduits.
In the long run, that something might be a gravitational sink, like a planet, but in the short run — in the period of the battle itself — microjumping around anywhere near a space battle risked returning to normal space right in front of — or attempting to occupy the same space as — something lethal.