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Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones - Shadow Mistake; Wasn't There Two Suns?
When Anakin goes to Tatooine to search for his mother, look at the shadows. I thought there were two suns on Tatooine, but there's only one shadow? Weird, huh?
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ZarquoN on 05-25-2002
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Hawk writes:
Actualy, the suns are both setting in Ep.4. (several references to night are made by the characters.)
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r2d2 writes:
The two suns are very close to each other - therefore no double shadows.
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Hermi Odle writes:
Keath, you are obviously not as well versed in Star Wars lore and facts as the rest of us who are commenting here. The next time the urge strikes you to post something here ask yourself "Do I actuallyknow what I'm talking about?" If so, then feel free to post but if it is untrue to such a severe degree as this, then I suggest that you keep it to yourself.
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Keath writes:
If you watch Episode IV where Luke is watching the sun set/rise, you will notice that it's always day time on Tatooine, it just so happens that the planet's rotation some how makes it to where there is a sun always shining on the whole surface of the desert planet.
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