Hey, good news! It's Friday. And not just any Friday. Maybe you felt a disturbance in the force this morning when you saw your tired face in the mirror. Or maybe you're curious as to which stores offer discounted Star Wars fan merchandise at fabulous prices, so your kids will stop bothering you for once? Whatever it is: Happy Star Wars Day!
This whole day is of course a big joke, because you have to be a badly-lisping geek to make "May the Fourth" sound like the "May the Force". But that's not what matters in the end. It's about celebrating your interest in a galaxy far, far away. One way to do this is to consider how to adequately monitor the Death Star. Yeah, you read that right. We have not shied away from journalistic mastery or technical wisdom to provide you with the most relevant facts about the deadliest pseudo-moon in the universe.
Monitoring Tech on the Death Star I - an Infographic
Before I go any further, and because I know it's on your mind right now: I'm referring to the Death Star I. As in: the "Battle of Yavin" one. From hypermatter drives to superlasers, we identified the Death Star tech we'd monitor, and we packed it all into one convenient infographic. You're welcome, Empire!
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Content Copywriter Shaun has been involved in the IT and software industries for longer than he will care to admit. He is fascinated by tech, video games, indie rock music, and people who can sit through an entire episode of Law and Order. Follow him on Twitter for all of his whimsical musings.
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