- "Two Jedi have landed in the main hangar, we're tracking them."
"Just as Count Dooku predicted."
- ―Lushros Dofine and Grievous
During the Battle of Naboo, Anakin Skywalker accidentally blew up the reactor core of the droid control ship, and started a chain reaction. The destruction also disabled the Trade Federation's battle droid army.
The first, second, and third Death Star utilized hypermatter reactor cores, which in both cases were exploited by the Alliance to Restore the Republic to destroy the gargantuan battlestations. The main reactor was not a weak point in the Death Star I. It was only a section that was not well protected by the Imperial Navy because they assumed no threat could come close to doing damage. The weakness on the Death Star(s) were that small craft were able to avoid the heavy turbolasers. Thus, they could fly down the polar trench and destroy the huge battle station.
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