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Dellah was a resource-poor planet on the fringes of Earth Empire space. It was home to St Oscar's University in the late 26th century. Bernice Summerfield lived on Dellah for several years in the 2590s. The planet was near Urtilaxian.

Astronomical data[]

Dellah was an M-type (Earth-like) planet orbiting a single star. It had no moons. It had temperate seas of roughly the same composition as those on Earth. (PROSE: Ship of Fools)

Dellah was mostly covered by temperate oceans and dotted with islands. Its largest body of water, the Silvasic Sea, took up most of the temperate zone (between 23.5°S and 66.5°S) in Dellah's southern hemisphere. (PROSE: Dry Pilgrimage) A day on Dellah was 26 hours long. (PROSE: Mean Streets)

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St Oscar's University was set up by the Sultan of Tashwari to remove the planet Dellah from the theatre of war. (PROSE: Oh No It Isn't!)

In 2582, the All Worlds Science Fair was held on Dellah. Whitfield and Tertullian Medford both visited Dellah during this event. (PROSE: Cold Fusion)

Bernice Summerfield joined the university in 2593. (PROSE: The Dying Days)

In 2595, the All-High Gods took over Dellah, driving the inhabitants into a religious fury. Some inhabitants escaped to such planets as Thanaxos. (PROSE: The Mary-Sue Extrusion) Dellah was lost in an alternative dimension, which had been the origins of the All-High Gods, proven to be the dimension of the Ferutu. (PROSE: Twilight of the Gods)

Benny later reminisced about Dellah while drinking sherry with a creature. (WC: A Visit from Prof. Summerfield)