Unknown (mid-century) - By mid-century (probably well before), much of what had been the southern United States had sunk under the "Mississippi Sea" — probably a much-expanded Caribbean Sea. (PROSE: Home)
Unknown (mid-century) - Space travel became relatively commonplace and affordable, though trips could be lengthy. It was common to sedate passengers for the longer trips. (PROSE: Biology Lesson on Mal Oreille)
Unknown (late century) - Space travel appeared to be significantly faster by the end of the century; the approximately twenty-seven thousand light-year trip from Earth, near the edge of the galaxy, to Dellah, near its core, took about eleven months. (PROSE: Oh No It Isn't!)
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