- You may be looking for Planet 1.
Planet One was the first planet in the universe.
Planet One was believed to be the oldest planet in the universe. One of the most noticeable features was a diamond cliff, which had writing said to be from the dawn of time. Around this cliff were dense jungles with large mushroom-like structures.
The Eleventh Doctor decided to take Amy Pond to Planet One to see the oldest cliff face in history so that the TARDIS would translate the writings. However, when they arrived the writing revealed itself to be a message from River Song: "Hello Sweetie" with "ΘΣ Φ ΓΥΔϟ", a set of temporal co-ordinates, underneath. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)
Behind the scenes Edit
- The message on Planet One was likely a reference to the The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by humourist and former Doctor Who writer Douglas Adams. In the fourth book, So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish, Arthur Dent, Marvin, and Fenchurch search for God's Final Message to His Creation, which they find written in letters of fire, thirty feet high, on a cliff-face in the Quentulus Quazgar Mountains. The message reads "WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE".
- The "Theta Sigma" ("ΘΣ") in the coordinates could be a reference to an alias commonly used by the Doctor.
- Chrone was once referred to as the oldest planet in the universe. (COMIC: The Vortex Code)
- Etra Prime was also referred to as the oldest planet in the known universe. (AUDIO: The Apocalypse Element)