The word "there" indicates a point in space, and the word "then" indicates a point in time. Is there a word that indicates a point in spacetime, equal in meaning to "there and then"?
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Immediate may be what you are looking for. Immediate carries the sense of both space and time.
Forthwith is another word (adverb) which means the same as immediately.
In physics, a point in space-time is known as an event.
(and a series of events is known as the world line)
My guess for a term which isn't jargon would be something like "spatiotemporal position" or "spatiotemporal coordinates". While I can't access its definition, "Temporospatial" also exists and is probably a synonym.
I don't think we have a word like that. I would rather use the phrase 'there and then', though I cannot think of a scenario where you would need that. Can you give me some more context here?