In Powerplay, Tarrant, pretending to be a Federation officer, told the troopers that he wanted 'every inch' of the Liberator checked. He did not specify the type of inch, and appeared, from the context, to be using the expression to mean 'everywhere'.
In Dawn of the Gods, Zen said that there was a dust cloud of 'density six' in Liberator's flight path.
In Mission to Destiny, there were 5 references to the 'intensity' of the meteorite storm directly in Liberator's path, which appeared to be a reference to its average velocity or average momentum:
Blake asked Zen for the storm's scale and 'intensity'.
Zen reported that the storm had, as well as a scale nine, 'intensity twenty seven'.
Vila asked, '[intensity] twenty seven'.
Gan said that an intensity of 'eight' was about the strongest they had previously encountered.
Vila pointed out that an 'intensity of twenty seven' was 'a lot of very fast rocks'.
In Mission to Destiny, there were 3 references to the 'scale' of the meteorite storm directly in Liberator's path, which appeared to be references to its volume:
Blake asked Zen for both the 'Scale' and the intensity of the storm.
Zen replied, 'Scale nine'.
Blake observed that 'Scale nine' would put the storm 'over a vast area'.
In Space Fall, the London encountered a number of 'full spectrum shock waves', whose strength appeared to be measured in 'scale' units, referred to 4 times in the episode:
Leylan told Raiker that they had a shock wave ten minutes ago, but it was 'only scale two'.
Artix told Leylan that the reading on the previous shock wave was '[scale] Seven'.
A particularly strong shock wave was given a measurement by Artix of 'Scale nine!'.
Later, Artix reported that the shock waves were 'Down to [scale] nine again'.
This was in contrast to the 'scale' used to refer to the area of a meteorite storm.
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