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Aether, æther or ether may refer to:
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Metaphysics and mythology
- aether (classical element), the material supposed to fill the region of the universe above the terrestrial sphere
- Aether (mythology) was the personification of the "upper sky", space and heaven, in Greek mythology
Science and engineering
- aether theories in alchemy, natural philosophy, and early modern physics that suppose a "fifth element"
- luminiferous aether, in late nineteenth century physics considered to be the medium through which light propagates
- ether, a class of chemical compounds, or specifically:
- diethyl ether, which has the common name "ether"
- Aether (video game), a 2008 puzzle game
- Aether, a fictional planet, main setting for the 2004 video game Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
- Aether, the name of a skill used in the Fire Emblem series and Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Aether, a gatherable object in Aion
- Ether (band), Welsh rock band (1996–1999)
- Ether, US-based Australian rock group better known as Memento, disbanded 2007
- Æther Shanties (album), a 2009 album by Seattle Steampunk band Abney Park
- Aether (album),a 2001 album by Australian jazz trio The Necks
- Ether (Babble album), 1996
- Ether (Fischer-Z album), 2008
- "Ether", a song from the 1999 album Musick to Play in the Dark Vol. 2 by Coil
- "Ether," a song from the 1979 album Entertainment! by Gang of Four
- "Ether" (song), a 2001 "diss" rap song by American rapper Nas
- "Aether", a track from the 1998 album Lead and Aether by Finnish funeral doom metal band Skepticism
- "Aether", a track from the 2009 album Without Sinking by Hildur Guðnadóttir
- "Aether", a 2011 single track by Moldovan trance producer Andrew Rayel
- Ethernet, a computer communications technology
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