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Q: star wars ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: star wars
Category: Science > Physics
Asked by: dwightyorksballs-ga
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Posted: 17 Jun 2006 20:18 PDT
Expires: 17 Jul 2006 20:18 PDT
Question ID: 739051
can star destroyers land on the surface of a planet with an atmosphere?

Clarification of Question by dwightyorksballs-ga on 17 Jun 2006 22:17 PDT
during the era of the original star wars films: that is, between new
hope and jedi. And on a planet with an astmosphere.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: star wars
From: qed100-ga on 17 Jun 2006 21:07 PDT
It's not made clear what the larger "Luke Skywalker" generation of
stardestroyers can do. It's certain that the earlier, old Republic
generation versions can, since they are shown loading up with troops
from right down at the surface of Coruscant.
Subject: Re: star wars
From: dwightyorksballs-ga on 17 Jun 2006 21:49 PDT
Fair enough. You know your stuff man. We're Impressed.
Subject: Re: star wars
From: wildace42-ga on 23 Jun 2006 10:51 PDT
I'm afraid there is no such thing as an old republic generation star
destroyer. The Star Destroyer was an invention of the empire, so after
the fall of the old republic. I believe the ship's shown in attack of
the clones and then in revenge of the sith are 'Aclamator' class
cruisers. No Star Destroyer: Victory; Imperial or Super class were
capable of landing on a planet, or at the very least there has never
been any indication in any film or book that they can.
Subject: Re: star wars
From: i_know_everything-ga on 31 Jul 2006 17:54 PDT
technically, it can

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