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18th Mar '17 9:06:14 PM Landis
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%% * The Cognitive Realm of Franchise/TheCosmere is a fantasy variant: through suitably manipulated magical processes, one can leave the Physical Realm behind and enter a space which, while perfectly habitable with [[MagicEater certain precautions]], is greatly compressed, comparatively speaking. Once one leaves the space where the planet is in reality, one can in essence hike between planetary systems without too much difficulty. Several characters [[EasterEgg can be spotted]] on foreign planets because of this.
12th Mar '17 10:33:16 AM lyru
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with the other [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subspace_%28BDSM%29 subspace.]] [[RunningGag Or with the]] other other [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subspace_topology subspace]]. [[OverlyLongGag Or]] [[IncrediblyLamePun with]] [[SubStory Sub Space.]]

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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused]] with the other [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subspace_%28BDSM%29 org/wiki/Glossary_of_BDSM#Subspace subspace.]] [[RunningGag Or with the]] other other [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subspace_topology subspace]]. [[OverlyLongGag Or]] [[IncrediblyLamePun with]] [[SubStory Sub Space.]]
5th Mar '17 7:00:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' has a ship that exists in and travels through "The Bleed"- a seemingly endless expanse of red void that lies between (and connects?) each and every dimension for [[Creator/DCComics DC]] and Creator/ImageComics, and possibly even {{Marvel}} and Creator/DarkHorseComics.

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* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' has a ship that exists in and travels through "The Bleed"- a seemingly endless expanse of red void that lies between (and connects?) each and every dimension for [[Creator/DCComics DC]] and Creator/ImageComics, and possibly even {{Marvel}} {{Creator/Marvel}} and Creator/DarkHorseComics.
6th Jan '17 5:55:32 PM nombretomado
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* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' has a ship that exists in and travels through "The Bleed"- a seemingly endless expanse of red void that lies between (and connects?) each and every dimension for [[Creator/DCComics DC]] and {{Image}} comics, and possibly even {{Marvel}} and Creator/DarkHorseComics.
* Most MarvelComics teleporters use some form of subspace to accomplish their teleportation - they jaunt to subspace, move a short distance, then come back out having covered vast distances. It is also stated in the original ''ComicBook/OfficialHandbookOfTheMarvelUniverse'' and its subsequent variants that most characters with some form of growth draw the extra mass from there, while those who shrink store their shed mass there (until they reach a certain size limit, when they suddenly 'slip' into a different universe).

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* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' has a ship that exists in and travels through "The Bleed"- a seemingly endless expanse of red void that lies between (and connects?) each and every dimension for [[Creator/DCComics DC]] and {{Image}} comics, Creator/ImageComics, and possibly even {{Marvel}} and Creator/DarkHorseComics.
* Most MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics teleporters use some form of subspace to accomplish their teleportation - they jaunt to subspace, move a short distance, then come back out having covered vast distances. It is also stated in the original ''ComicBook/OfficialHandbookOfTheMarvelUniverse'' and its subsequent variants that most characters with some form of growth draw the extra mass from there, while those who shrink store their shed mass there (until they reach a certain size limit, when they suddenly 'slip' into a different universe).
19th Nov '16 7:51:12 PM icarusvice
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-->-- Instructional video shown to new members of [[Series/StargateSG1 the]] [[Series/StargateAtlantis Stargate]].

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-->-- Instructional video shown to new members of [[Series/StargateSG1 the]] the Stargate]] [[Series/StargateAtlantis Stargate]].
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14th Nov '16 7:20:41 PM TheRoguePenguin
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'''Subspace'''' or '''Hyperspace''' are terms used in science fiction to describe certain forms of space that can do things impossible in regular space (see also GreenRocks).

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'''Subspace'''' '''Subspace''' or '''Hyperspace''' are terms used in science fiction to describe certain forms of space that can do things impossible in regular space (see also GreenRocks).
3rd Nov '16 10:02:35 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/AlanDeanFoster's ''HumanxCommonwealth'' stories feature both in the form of space-plus and space-minus. Space-plus is what ships travel through while space-minus is what communications travel through. Space-minus travel is faster than space-plus travel but any objects sent by space-minus get turned into soup. Later novels reveal that the {{Precursors}} figured out how to travel through space-minus and even more exotic things.

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* Creator/AlanDeanFoster's ''HumanxCommonwealth'' ''Literature/HumanxCommonwealth'' stories feature both in the form of space-plus and space-minus. Space-plus is what ships travel through while space-minus is what communications travel through. Space-minus travel is faster than space-plus travel but any objects sent by space-minus get turned into soup. Later novels reveal that the {{Precursors}} figured out how to travel through space-minus and even more exotic things.
8th Oct '16 11:33:56 AM Nippertipper
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"Subspace" or "Hyperspace" are terms used in science fiction to describe certain forms of space that can do things impossible in regular space (see also GreenRocks).

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"Subspace" '''Subspace'''' or "Hyperspace" '''Hyperspace''' are terms used in science fiction to describe certain forms of space that can do things impossible in regular space (see also GreenRocks).
23rd Sep '16 2:49:08 PM StarSword
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* Creator/DavidDrake's ''Literature/{{RCN}}'' series has the Matrix, a plane outside the universe packed with bubble universes with varying physical constants. Ships travel in the Matrix by using electrically charged sails that harness the single pan-universal force, a radiation that exists only in the Matrix, to transit between and among these bubble universes.
* The ''Literature/AlexisCarew'' series has darkspace, a plane overlaid on our own that is made up entirely of dark matter and features "shoals" and storms. Ships enter and exit darkspace at Lagrange points, then use sails to harness the natural flow of dark energy towards massive objects such as planetary systems. Travel is faster the further away from massive objects you are. It's also noted that nobody really understands the why of it, just how to harness the forces involved.
12th Aug '16 9:00:57 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In the ''Videogame/{{Halo}}'' series it's called slipspace, but works exactly like any other hyperspace concept.
** Maybe not ''exactly''. Slipspace is described as a series of eleven dimensions of spacetime through which a ship can take wormhole-style 'shortcuts' to reach their destination. It's been described as taking the 'flat sheet used to represent space' idea with two points on opposite edges and crumpling that sheet into a ball, creating new extra spaces that allow less travel time ''if'' you have the tech to move your ships into & out of those spaces. It can also be used to transmit data and communications almost instantly. It's other uses ranged from [[spoiler:stasis to miniaturizing dyson spheres. It is hinted that there are actually several other dimensions, although they have not yet fully been explored.]]
** Slipspace also has a efficiency factor. The entry into Slipspace with human and Covenant drives are compared to a butcher knife and scalpel, respectively, with war-era UNSC drives going a little over 2 1/2 light-years per day and being horribly inaccurate both space- and time-wise for 'exits', while Covenant drives are accurate on an atomic level and can reach over 900 light-years per day; the [[{{Precursors}} Forerunners]], whom the Covenant (poorly) reverse-engineered their tech from, could travel ''much'' faster, reaching points clear outside the Milky Way Galaxy in just a few days.

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* In the ''Videogame/{{Halo}}'' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series it's called slipspace, but works exactly like any other hyperspace concept.
** Maybe not ''exactly''. Slipspace
which is described as a series of eleven dimensions of spacetime space-time through which a ship can take wormhole-style 'shortcuts' to reach their destination. It's been described as taking the 'flat sheet used to represent space' idea with two points on opposite edges and crumpling that sheet into a ball, creating new extra spaces that allow less travel time ''if'' you have the tech to move your ships into & out of those spaces. It can also be used to transmit data and communications almost instantly. It's Its other uses ranged from [[spoiler:stasis to miniaturizing dyson Dyson spheres. It is hinted that there are actually several other dimensions, although they have not yet fully been explored.]]
explored]].
** Slipspace also has a efficiency factor. The entry into Slipspace with human and Covenant drives are compared to a butcher knife and scalpel, respectively, with war-era UNSC drives going a little over 2 1/2 light-years per day and being horribly inaccurate both space- and time-wise for 'exits', while Covenant drives are accurate on an atomic level and can reach over 900 light-years per day; the day. The [[{{Precursors}} Forerunners]], whom the Covenant (poorly) reverse-engineered their tech from, could travel ''much'' ''even'' faster, reaching points clear outside the Milky Way Galaxy in just a few days.
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