A colony was an area settled by individuals from a different area on a planet, or from another planet.

Colonies on Earth Edit

The British Empire claimed Australia and used it as a prison colony where they shipped convicts. The idea was recommended to the British government by Joseph Banks after he was confronted by Ian Chesterton who accidentally gave Banks the idea. (AUDIO: The Transit of Venus)

India was a British colony from the 18th century until it gained independence in 1947. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire, Ghosts of India)

Colonies beyond Earth Edit

When humans began to explore space, they started colonies in the Solar system first. Several were on Mars, (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan, The Waters of Mars, PROSE: GodEngine) Jupiter, (AUDIO: The Jupiter Conjunction) the Saturnian moons Mnemosyne, Titan and Japetus, (PROSE: The Wheel of Ice, Legacy) and Charon, a moon of Pluto. (PROSE: GodEngine)

The first planet colonised beyond the Sol system was Proxima 2. (PROSE: The Face-Eater)

Eventually, humans established colonies light-years from Earth like They're All Nouns You Idiot, which got its name from bad-tempered and mistranslated natives. It was more commonly known as Noun. (PROSE: Ghost Devices)

Human colonies were active in the year 200,100, when Earth faced a Dalek invasion. (TV: The Parting of the Ways)

Further in the future, they expanded beyond Mutter's Spiral. Humans settled on Metralubit in the Fostrix Galaxy in the fifty-eighth Segment of Time. (PROSE: The Well-Mannered War) The Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler visited New Earth, located in the M87 galaxy, in the year 5,000,000,023. (TV: New Earth) The Tenth Doctor returned with Martha Jones in 5,000,000,053. (TV: Gridlock)

Non-human colonies Edit

Dronid and Karn were colonies of Gallifrey. (PROSE: Shada, Alien Bodies, Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible)

Martians established a colony in the 22nd century. It was attacked by the Selachians and their sun-stoker. (PROSE: The Final Sanction)

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