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  • Mara had not been in the room during transition to normspace.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • There was a moment of silence as the ship re-entered normspace and stars appeared on the viewscreen, followed by murmurs of dismay.

    Fearful Symmetry A Terran Empire novel

  • "This dimension is to hyperspace as that is to normspace; it allows speeds roughly two hundred times as fast as hyperflight."

    Fearful Symmetry A Terran Empire novel

  • Transitioning out of hyperspace was simple, even in the middle of a programmed course; Ensign Olorun flipped a switch on his Helm console, puncturing the hyperfield and bringing them to rest relative to what little matter was present in interstellar normspace.

    Fearful Symmetry A Terran Empire novel

  • "Of course," he pointed out to Kerim, "all we can really say immediately is that we're back in normspace and somewhere in the galaxy."

    The Winds of Time

  • He's full of anesthetic, and that should keep him quiet till we're back in normspace.

    The Winds of Time

  • But, of course, if it hadn't been an unheard-of outside force that plucked the _Queen_ out of normspace and threw her into this elsewhere, then it must be something Maulbow had put on board.

    The Winds of Time

  • Until we're back in normspace, we'd better not miss any bets.

    The Winds of Time

  • Also according to Maulbow, there was a race of the future, human in appearance, with machines to sail the current of time through the universe -- to run and tack with the winds of time, dipping in and out of the normspace of distant periods and galaxies as they chose.

    The Winds of Time

  • But he'd seen the stars of normspace through the torn vault floor.

    The Winds of Time

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