Q: What are three circular passages each in a different plane of space?

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Plane Space was created in 2002.

The plane is in two dimensional and the space figure is in three dimensional.

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The three circular passages you may be referring to are the three coordinate planes in three-dimensional space: the xy-plane, the yz-plane, and the xz-plane. Each plane is perpendicular to the other two and contains a circular path.

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She was in the plane of the challenger when she went to space.