Gallifrey

April 17, 2007 11:51am CST
I am a huge fan of Dr Who and I have been doing some research about his home planet Gallifrey. Apparently there are two suns and the night sky is a burnt orange colour. Gallifrey is supposed to be located in the constallation of kasterbourus 10 0 110 by 0 2. From space it's seen as a yellow orange planet near central space lanes, the planet is surrounded by a Quantom forcefield called the Transduction barrier. This stops all outsiders with hostile intent approaching the planet and let's the Timelords keeps their neautrality. It also lets them observe the actions of others in the rest of the universe without taking part in it's affairs. Any more info and I will add it here, thanks :)
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@jend80 (2068)
17 Apr 07
and the leaves on the trees were silver.... but none of that applies now that planet has been destroyed - the time war probably means the planet was ereased from time so never existed
@jend80 (2068)
17 Apr 07
& despite what some people thought it was not somewhere in Ireland
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27 Feb 18
@LouiseTopp1 OMGs, I love this description. I have always been excited about how much information about Gallifrey is floating around. Do you have any Doctor Who book recommendations for a hyper autistic person with Gallifrey as a special interest?
27 Feb 18
They brought Gallifrey back, I am so excited ^_^
• United States
17 Apr 07
I think it is wonderful that such a good creation can encourage others to read and discern such creativity.
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• United States
29 May 07
I don't remember a lot of what he said, but at the beginning and end of 'Gridlock' (especially at the end) he has a beautiful speech about Gallifrey and what it was like. It's amazing! And David Tennant does it wonderfully (of course). Check it out on youtube if you haven't seen it or need a refresher.
@silv3rcut (178)
12 May 07
wow thats quite cool, i never new a planet had 2 suns. oh wait its not real.