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[[Contrelli]] was a [[prison planet]] which contained a thin layer of '''ether''' in its [[atmosphere]]. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[Station Zero (comic story)|Station Zero]]'')
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[[Alfred Stahlbaum]] used ether to keep [[Bremm]] under permanent sedation. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Silver Turk (audio story)|The Silver Turk]]'')
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According to ''[[Inside a Skaro Saucer]]'', "[[light]] [[ion]]s in ''the'' '''ether'''" were the means by which the [[Dalek]]s' [[Rad-etheric magniscope]]s were able to "see" at a distance of over a million miles.
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== Behind the scenes ==
 
* According to ''[[Inside a Skaro Saucer]]'', "[[light]] [[ion]]s in ''the'' ether" were the means by which the [[Dalek]]s' [[Rad-etheric magniscope]]s were able to "see" at a distance of over a million miles. There, instead of the gas now called ether referenced in ''Station Zero'' and ''The Silver Turk'', the writer was instead referring to the discredited scientific concept of "the ether", a thin gas filling all of the void of interplanetary space, allowing waves to travel through it.
 
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According to Inside a Skaro Saucer, "light ions in the ether" were the means by which the Daleks' Rad-etheric magniscopes were able to "see" at a distance of over a million miles.

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