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Features[edit | edit source]
The Sixth Doctor mentioned that Kasterborous was made up of seventeen suns. (AUDIO: Trial of the Valeyard) When explaining where they were from, the Doctor sometimes mentioned that Gallifrey was located in Kasterborous, (TV: Attack of the Cybermen, Voyage of the Damned, The Day of the Doctor, Spyfall; AUDIO: An Earthly Child) as did Jack Harkness and Clara Oswald while pretending to be the Doctor. (AUDIO: Piece of Mind, TV: Death in Heaven)
Location[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
According to another account, the name originated from Kasterborus, an astrologer who gave the largest contribution to "neo-astrology", occurring between the third millennium and the beginning of the fourth millennium. This led the inhabitants of Gallifrey to name the constellation after Kasterborus, due a rare display of humour from the race. (PROSE: Introduction and links)
History[edit | edit source]
During the War in Heaven, Kasterborous was torn apart and erased from history when the Eighth Doctor used the Edifice to destroy Romana III's Gallifrey. In the post-War universe, Marnal was unable to find Kasterborous anywhere in space or time. (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles)