The diameter of the first Death Star, as depicted in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was 160 kilometers. The second Death Star, which appeared in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, was significantly larger, with a diameter of 900 kilometers.
The Death Star is 160 kilometers (525,000 feet) in diameter, so, in mech mode, it will be at least 400,000 feet (120 kilometers) tall.
Well, since the Death Star was a station and pretty much all stations had escape pods, I would imagine so.
The first time Luke shot torpedo's into an exhaust pipe which caused a chain reaction which blew up the Death Star. The second time Lando blew up the Death Star's main reactor which cause the Death Star II to blow up.
The Death Star featured in several of the Star Wars movies and was most prominently featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
The battle of Yavin
If u mean the death star it is.............."A Death Star was a moon-sized Imperial military battlestation armed with a planet-destroying superlaser.The Death Stars were the first in a long series of superweapons developed to execute the Tarkin Doctrine, but whose concept had been explored even before the Clone Wars. The Death Star was designed to allow Emperor Palpatine to more directly control the Galactic Empire through fear. In most instances, a Death Star was to be commanded by a Moff.One Death Star was completely built by the Empire, with the second one never reaching full completion, as well as a prototype being in existence. In addition, a scaled-down version, the Tarkin, and a Hutt knockoff, the Darksaber, would be created by the Empire and Durga the Hutt, respectively.Both Death Stars were destroyed by the Rebel Alliance shortly after they became operational. The first Death Star was destroyed by Luke Skywalker, with the help of Han Solo, and the second Death Star was destroyed by Wedge Antilles and Lando Calrissian. Following their destruction, other planet-devastating superweapons followed, including the Galaxy Gun, the Sun Crusher, and the World Devastators."
The size of a small moon The first was 160 kilometers in diameter and had a circumference of 503 km. The second was 900 km in diameter and had a circumference of 2827 km.
the diameter is 87 meters
The death star is known as the nemesis star AKA the death star, brown dwarf star, red dwarf star, or the sun's twin.
No, the Death Star is not a star. It is a man/droid made space station.
Our Sun has a diameter of about 109 times the diameter of the Earth or 1.392×106 kmThe Sun is a medium small star.
In that case, both the star's diameter and its luminosity greatly increase.
The diameter of the star would be 197.07 times the suns diameter, 1.83 astronomical units, about 170 million miles or 270 million kilometres.
There are many types of Dwarf stars - all with different diameters. Our Sun is a dwarf star! A typical neutron star has a diameter of about 24km our Sun has a diameter of 1.392×106 km So our Sun is about 58,000 times bigger than a neutron star.
Death Is a Star was created in 1982.
No. The Death Star is fictional.
Diameter, I assume. That would be a neutron star.
The explosive death of a star is called a supernova.