Yea, but the TIE's can get away with it, and you can mabey picture repulsor-like engines in the back. The DS is perfectly spherical, you cant imagine engines n e where. At least with TIE's, you can make a good guess. The DS? Only Lucas knows.....
databank on starwars.com Splitting the station into two equal hemispheres was a huge equatorial trench 376 kilometers in length. This area of the station housed most of the major landing bays, [COLOR=red]drive thrusters[/COLOR], sensor arrays and tractor beam systems. Halfway between the equator and each pole were two supplementary trenches.
There we go. Its in the ring/equator thing that is around the DS.
oOo, so the engines are around the equator, but they arnt too visible, or am i missing something?:uhoh:
Yeah i don't see them either. There are prolly lots of them but they are very small.
Well, someone answer the damn question!
Fuck you 15 year old nitestryker.
Heheh, feels good having these threads rescued from the archives.
At first I thought you wrote this post as a troll. Then I saw the date. THIS MAN NEEDS AN ANSWER.
Haha thought I was trollin.
No, just an ig'nent 15 y/o nerd.
Lol, how does the Deathstar move? Well it was a computer generated image so probably very easily.
It had a lot of hamsters running in wheels that powered a gigantic space-fan
No, didn't you hear? The imperials set up a gigantic intergalactic network of fishing line. To move, the death star just changes to a different fishing line and starts sliding across. To stop, it just pinches the line really tight.