- I'm pretty sure it was mentioned before. -LtNOWIS 01:20, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
Things that could be added eventually to improve the article:
- George Lucas's comments on the use of sound in space in the films; something about how once you've established it, you can't go back and contradict it in the next movie even though it'd be more logical, but it was to illustrate a larger point that I can't remember. I don't remember where I heard it either; it might've been Empire of Dreams or The Science of Star Wars, but neither sounds quite right.
- The theory (fact?) that starfighters are designed to simulate sounds for their pilots, explaining some if not all cases of sound in space. (Edit: Was it in the ANH radio drama?)
- The theory that the GFFA is filled with some kind of luminiferous aether or similar medium that propagates sound and shockwaves, which would also explain why fighters appear to experience air resistance in the games, if game mechanics were relevant to canon. Sort of mentioned in discussions here and here.
- The bizarre reaction to vacuum of Nampi's guards in Jabba the Hutt: The Dynasty Trap.
--Andrew Nagy 02:53, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
- Be bold. You can do it yourself. IFYLOFD (You will pay the price for your lack of vision!) 03:08, 21 July 2009 (UTC)
- Sorry, I forgot I was your personal army. --Andrew Nagy 03:43, October 4, 2009 (UTC)
Atmosphere in the space? Edit
I do not think that point 2 is possibile. Without even speaking about all the laws of gravity, the Lavoisier law; it's just impossible that there is "air" in the space. Do you have the slightest idea of how much big is the universe? The distance among stars? And it's filled with air? I cannot believe it. --220.127.116.11 20:44, June 28, 2010 (UTC)