its alright, just saying, its a version, but very very very early, that one that i posted is just more common
oke ;) can anyone answer at the question that i posted a few posts above?
From far out in space, the outer hull of the Death Star looks smooth, but it's not. The whole thing is covered with shield, turbolaser and control towers. it's an example of how distance blurs detail.
Sovereign001;4007597oke ;) can anyone answer at the question that i posted a few posts above?
The same reason the moon doesn't look lumpy from here down on the Earth, it is very far away. The farther away you are from something the less detail the eye is able to perceive.
its the entire deathstar, but the deathstar is so big it appears round, just like our moon looks round but its actually all craters and deeep craters
WOW :D really, never expected that, because when we see sometimes a star destroyer very close to the DS, it still looks flat. I was thinking damn are they always above/below (the pools) if they take that shot/angle.
wow wow cat, baby. Cant follow but i get the hole picture ;)
I've got to question why they even have trenches in the first place. Do they serve some sort of purpose?
The trenches aboard a Star Destroyer provided a physically shielded place for turbolasers, tractorbeam emitters, missle tubes, and docking bays.