Birth of a starEdit
Stars formed in areas of space known as stellar nurseries, through a collision of energies in the form of pressure and heat, a process which shaped the space around it and could be seen from millions of kilometers away. The ignition of a planet's core by an outside force, could also result in the formation of a star. After their birth, stars went through various stages during their life, such as a yellow dwarf expanding to become a red giant.
Stars and planetsEdit
Most stars were orbited by a set of planets and other bodies. In that case, they were referred to as suns. A sun, together with all the bodies bound to it, formed a planetary system. In some cases, a planetary system could contain several suns, as was the case around the planets of Tatooine and Mon Cala. A planet revolving around a star normally received light and warmth from it, although there were exceptions. Umbara was known as the "Shadow World" because the rays of its sun never completely reached the planet's surface, keeping it in perpetual darkness. In the night sky, remote stars looked like mere points of light. By convention, those points of light were grouped into constellations.
Types of starsEdit
Because space travel is a central part of Star Wars, stars appear in many Star Wars works. This a list of media in which stars and suns are specifically mentioned (not including common compounds like "star system", "starship", "starfighter" or "Star Destroyer", or names like "Death Star" or "Black Sun").
- Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
- Star Wars: Rey's Survival Guide
- Star Wars: Aliens of the Galaxy
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
- ↑ Star Wars: Aliens of the Galaxy
- ↑ A New Hope: The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy
- ↑ Star Wars: The Force Awakens novel
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 Bloodline
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace
- ↑ Ezra's Duel with Danger
- ↑ Before the Awakening
- ↑ Heir to the Jedi
- Star on Wikipedia