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Universes such as N-Space contained millions of galaxies. (TV: Planet of the Ood) The Tiberian spiral galaxy, for one, contained a million star systems, a hundred million planets, and a billion trillion people when it was destroyed. (TV: Nightmare in Silver) Most of the Doctor's adventures took place in the galaxy known to the Time Lords as Mutter's Spiral, although he was also known to have visited other galaxies such as the Andromeda Galaxy and the Isop Galaxy. (PROSE: Alien Bodies, TV: Castrovalva, The Web Planet)

The Daleks recreated the Seriphia Galaxy with the Apocalypse Element and used it as their main base of operations during their invasions of Mutter's Spiral. (AUDIO: The Apocalypse Element, Dalek Empire)

The planet Drahva, home of the hierarchical, feminine-appearing Drahvins, was located in in Galaxy 4. (TV: Galaxy 4)

In 1958, Lord Azlok boasted that the Viperox had laid waste to entire galaxies. (TV: Dreamland)

Urlic was the last planet of the Catorkian Galaxy by 2050. (TV: Lost Library of Ukko)

In the year 4000, the Daleks held a meeting with representatives from seven Outer Galaxies to plot the invasion and overthrow of human-occupied space. By that time, they had already taken over at least seventy planets in the Ninth Galactic System. (TV: Mission to the Unknown)

The Tiberian spiral galaxy was a galaxy sacrificed by the human empire to destroy all Cybermen, bringing the Cyber-Wars to an end. The human emperor, Ludens Nimrod Kendrick Cord Longstaff XLI, ruled a thousand galaxies. (TV: Nightmare in Silver)

Whilst travelling with the Tenth Doctor, Donna Noble witnessed the destruction of the Mestophelix Galaxy. (COMIC: The Widow's Curse)

The Moment was known as the "Galaxy Eater". (TV: The Day of the Doctor)

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