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  • n. Alternative spelling of three-space.

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Examples

  • It is anticipated that this, thelast of threespace walks completed by the pairon theireleven-day mission, will last about six and a half hours.

    Astronauts go for a Long Walk

  • "Morale seems a little better, doesn't it, Marsden?" he said to me as the "Amphitrite" flicked out into threespace and we followed.

    A Question of Courage

  • The enemy line had taken the field, and under the comparatively slow speeds of threespace was rushing forward to meet our Line which had emerged a few minutes ago.

    A Question of Courage

  • By hanging in the infra band, on the ragged edge of threespace, a scout ship could remain concealed until a critical moment, breakout into threespace -- discharge her weapons -- and flick back into Cth before an enemy could get a fix on her.

    A Question of Courage

  • Cth.components, we bucked and shuddered on the border, but avoided the bone-crushing slams and gut-wrenching twists that less skillful skippers were giving their ships as they flicked back and forth between threespace and Cth. Our scouting line must have been a peculiar sight to

    A Question of Courage

  • "Stand by," he ordered, and we dove into threespace again -- loosed another salvo at another Reb, and flicked out of sight.

    A Question of Courage

  • There was a brief flurry of action, the Rebels were englobed, a couple of cruisers drove in, latched onto the helplessly straining Rebel scouts and dragged them into threespace.

    A Question of Courage

  • We flicked into threespace just in time to see a volcano of fire erupt from "Amphitrite's" side and the metallic flick of the Rebel scout slipping back into Cth. "What's your situation, 'Amphitrite'?" our signal asked.

    A Question of Courage

  • But we weren't flicking in and out of threespace like some of the others.

    A Question of Courage

  • We moved quietly, detectors out, scanning the area for a light-day around as we moved forward at less than one Lume through Cth. More would have been fatal for had we been forced to resort to a quick breakout to avoid enemy action, and if we were travelling above one Lume when we hit threespace, we'd simply disappear, leaving a small spatial vortex in our wake.

    A Question of Courage

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