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You may wish to consult TARDIS (disambiguation) for other, similarly-named pages. A TARDIS - sometimes styled Tardis , but also called a TT Capsule or just a timeship - was the primary space-time vehicle used by the Time Lords of Gallifrey allowing them to travel throughout the universe.
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The TARDIS is a time machine and spacecraft that appears in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its various spin-offs. The TV show Doctor Who mainly features a single TARDIS used by the central character the Doctor. However, in the series other TARDISes are sometimes seen or used. The Doctor's TARDIS has a number of peculiar features, notably due to its age and personality. TARDISes are built with a chameleon circuit, a piece of technology that allows them to change the exterior form of the ship to blend into the environment of whatever time or place it lands. The Doctor's TARDIS always resembles a 1960s London police box due to a malfunction in the chameleon circuit after the events of An Unearthly Child, the pilot episode of the show. However, in the revived series, it has been stated that despite the broken chameleon circuit the TARDIS is able to generate a "perception filter", so that it is ignored by anyone not already aware of its presence. While the exterior is of limited size, the TARDIS is famously "bigger on the inside", with the interior being a whole separate dimension containing an infinite number of rooms, corridors and storage spaces. Whilst every TARDIS has a consciousness of sorts, the Doctor's TARDIS is notable in that it has a distinct personality. While it is unable to conventionally communicate with living beings, the Doctor is shown to have conversations with the ship on several occasions. It is also able to act independently of the Doctor, often taking him to places it deems he needs to be rather than he wants to be, and refusing to carry out his instructions if it considers them "wrong".
TARDIS Type Time machine / spacecraft Function Travels through time and space Specific traits and abilities Can change its outer dimensions and inne ... Affiliation Time Lords The Doctor 8 more rows ... Oct 28 2020
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This Tardis set was sent with additional packaging and care, in a box and arrived in mint condition, as if delivered by hand from the factory itself. The Tardis is gorgeous, just like the 1980s model helmed by the 5th Doctor, and later the 6th Doctor.
In the programme, the Doctor's TARDIS is an obsolete "Type 40 TT capsule" that he unofficially "borrowed" from the repair shop when he departed his home planet of Gallifrey. That incident is referred to as early as 1969, but not actually shown on screen for another 44 years. In a flashback in "The Name of the Doctor" (2013), future companion Clara Oswald advises him on which TARDIS to take: although the Type 40 TT's navigational systems were malfunctioning, she claimed that it would be "much more fun."
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