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Space (also known as outer space) is the near-emptiness of the universe that exists outside the atmospheres of planets and other celestial bodies.

Space is effectively a vacuum and for most lifeforms was deadly. Some lifeforms did live in open space while others could survive for short periods when exposed to it; Changelings could survive a short time in space, in 2370 when a Horta tunnelled out through Deep Space 9's hull the Changeling Odo formed himself into a plug, leaving him exposed to space for a short while but saving other occupants of the room. The Horta was fully exposed to space and when beamed back aboard the station was thought dead, however it was eventually found that it too could survive some exposure to space but had fallen into a coma, which it later recovered from with no lasting effect. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky)

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existence of the expanded universe
dimension - history - space - time - time-space continuum - universe
alternate reality
alternate dimension - alternate timeline - parallel universe - pocket universe - quantum reality - subspace and hyperspace

Space is the plane of existence comprising the known universe.

If a starship reaches warp 10 on the 24th century warp factor scale, it exists at every point in the spacetime continuum at once. (VOY: "Threshold")

The Krenim temporal weapon ship used by Annorax worked by pushing targets outside of the spacetime continuum, thus "deleting" them from history. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

Disruption of the spacetime continuum can have serious repercussions. Such phenomena have been encountered by numerous starships throughout the galaxy.

In Star Trek: Arcadia, the term "timespace continuum" also developed and became used interchangeably, while denoting slightly different connotations. (Star Trek: Arcadia)

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