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    Yavin (also known as " Yavin Prime ", to distinguish it from its moons) is a fictional planet in the Star Wars galaxy. It first appeared in the 1977 film Star Wars and is depicted as a large red gas giant with an extensive satellite system of moons. The hidden military base of the Rebel Alliance is located on its fourth moon, Yavin 4 .

  2. Haim Yavin - Wikipedia

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    Haim Yavin (Hebrew: חיים יבין ‎, born September 10, 1932), is an Israeli television anchor and documentary filmmaker. He was one of Israel's leading news presenters, associated with the job for so many decades that he was known as "Mr. Television."

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  4. Yavin — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    May 08, 2021 · Yavin (also known as "Yavin Prime", to distinguish it from its moons) is a fictional planet in the Star Wars galaxy. It first appeared in the 1977 film Star Wars and is depicted as a large red gas giant with an extensive satellite system of moons. The hidden military base of the Rebel Alliance is located on its fourth moon, Yavin 4.

  5. Star Wars (film) - Wikipedia

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    The Yavin scenes were filmed in the Mayan temples at Tikal, Guatemala. Lucas selected the location as a potential filming site after seeing a poster of it hanging at a travel agency while he was filming in Britain. This inspired him to send a film crew to Guatemala in March 1977 to shoot scenes.

  6. Yavin | Wookieepedia | Fandom

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    Notes and references. ↑ 1.0 1.1 Ultimate Star Wars places the Yavin system, which the Yavin star is a part of, in the Gordian Reach of the Outer Rim Territories. ↑ Star Wars: The Force Awakens Beginner Game places the Yavin system, which the Yavin star is a part of, in P-6. ↑ Ultimate Star Wars places Yavin Prime in the Yavin system.

  7. Yavin Prime | Wookieepedia | Fandom

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    In the year 0 BBY, the Millennium Falcon orbited the gas giant to reach Yavin 4, where the headquarters for the Alliance to Restore the Republic were located. Later, Yavin 4 was almost destroyed by the Death Star, a planet-killing battle station designed by the Galactic Empire. Four years after the destruction of Alderaan, Captain Wedge Antilles and Vanguard Squadron were sent on a mission to Yavin Prime, to steal the Imperial II-class Star Destroyer Victorum, which was already in an engagement with Talus Group. The Star Destroyer was needed for the New Republic's secret Project Starhawk.

    The gas giant Yavin first appeared in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, the first Star Warsfilm. The Rogue One Ultimate Visual Guide states that Yavin has twenty-six moons. However, Star Wars: Complete Locationsstates that the planet has thirteen moons.

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    1. LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales – "Mission to Mos Eisley" (In flashback(s)) 2. Rogue One: Recon A Star Wars 360 Experience (Mentioned only) 3. The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special

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  8. Yavin 4 | Wookieepedia | Fandom

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    The surface of Yavin 4 was divided into several continental masses, two of which were Starloft and Wetyin. Notable natural formations included Massassi Valley, Skygazer Hill, and the Ferra Groves. The verdant world had a comfortable, temperate climate but a challenging ecosystem and dangerous predators. The moon's landmasses were covered by dense jungles and rain forests whose flora included purple-barked Massassi trees, grenade fungi, bioluminescent orchids, and climbing ferns. Yavin 4 also had swampy areas. The moon, however, was completely lacking in any mineralresources of significance.

    Five thousand years before the Battle of Yavin, the ancient warrior race of the Massassi lived on Yavin 4 and constructed the Great Temple. Being enslaved by the Sith, the Massassi species would be extinct by the time the Alliance to Restore the Republic would utilize the temple during the Galactic Civil War as a base of operations against the then-dominant Galactic Empire. It was from this base that Operation Fracture was dispatched to Jedha. Shortly following this, Alliance snub fighter squadrons with orders to destroy the Death Star were also launched from Yavin 4. After the space battle and the related award ceremony, the rebels evacuatedthe base to escape any retaliatory strike by the Empire. After the temple was abandoned by the rebels, a Special Galaxy Reporterwas sent to Yavin 4 to write a travel advertisement about the ruins. Later, a rebel force was sent to the moon in order to seize leftover data centers from the previous rebel occupation. However, the Empire managed to d...

    Yavin 4 first appeared in the 1977 film Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, the first installment of the Star Wars original trilogy. The real-world location of Yavin 4 is the ruins of an ancient Mayan city at Tikal, Guatemala. Most of the shots of approaches to Yavin 4 from space are just repeats or copies of the Millennium Falcon approach in A New Hope, the only change being a ship replacement. Yavin 4 is erroneously listed as a planet in the 2016 reference book Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia.

    Non-canon appearances

    1. LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales – "Mission to Mos Eisley" (In flashback(s)) 2. Rogue One: Recon A Star Wars 360 Experience (Indirect mention only) 3. The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special

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  9. Curtis Yarvin - Wikipedia

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    Biography Early life and education. Curtis Yarvin was born in 1973 to a highly educated, liberal, secular family and is paternally Jewish. He has two children with his late wife, Jennifer Kollmer (1971–2021), who died in San Francisco in April 2021 as a result of complications caused by hereditary cardiomyopathy.

  10. Battle of Yavin | Wookieepedia | Fandom

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    The Battle of Yavin, also known as the Battle of the Death Star, was a major battle of the Galactic Civil War that led to the destruction of the first Death Star. It was a crippling blow to the Empire and one of the Rebel Alliance's first major victories.

    Princess Leia was taken prisoner aboard the Death Star by Darth Vader. The Princess was rescued from captivity by an unlikely alliance of the smuggler Han Solo, Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, a young farmboy from Tatooine named Luke Skywalker, and Solo's First Mate, the Wookiee named Chewbacca. The group, which also included Rebel Alliance droids R2-D2 and C-3PO, in possession of the Death Star plans, fled to the Rebel base on Yavin 4closely pursued by the battle station.[1]

    An analysis of the plans identified a weakness in the battle station,[1] placed there by Galen Erso:[18] a small thermal exhaust port leading to the main reactor which would allow access to a point that could cause a chain reaction that would destroy the battle station.[1]

    General Jan Dodonna briefed Rebel pilot on the plan. The Death Star's defenses were designed for a direct, large-scale assault. By using small, one-man starfighters, the Rebels would slip through the Death Star's main defenses, maneuver down a narrow trench leading to the exhaust port, and insert proton torpedoes through the exhaust port.[1]

    With the Death Star approaching, Y-wings from Gold Squadron and X-wings from Red Squadron and Green Squadron[15] were dispatched to carry out the attack plan. A total of 30 ships were deployed in the assault on the Death Star: 8 Y-wings making up Gold Squadron and 22 X-wings, 12 making up Red Squadron and the rest making up Green Squadron.[14] The starfighters weaved through the turret emplacements destroying many as they passed. Red Six Jek Tono Porkins was the first to be destroyed in the volley of turret fire. The deployment of Imperial TIE fighters, including Lieutenant Iden Versio,[17] devastated the Rebel attackers, destroying them far faster and more efficiently than the station's weapon emplacements had been able to. Red Four John D. Branon was the first to be shot down by the incoming TIEs.[1] During the battle, Rebels in the temple, including pilots who were left behind watched the battle from the command center,[20] along with Fighter Boss Nera Kase. She tallied the Rebel starfighter losses as they occurred during the battle.[14] Some time into the battle, Imperial officer Jude Edivon aboard the Death Star identified the threat of the Rebels' attack strategy, and attempted to warn her superiors of the danger. However, Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin ignored the warning and refused to evacuate.[16] Meanwhile, Darth Vader himself decided to lead a squadron of TIE fighters to destroy the remaining Rebel fighters,[1] and this would be the only squadron launched during the battle.[11] The first attack run was performed by a trio of Y-wings from Gold Squadron. The three Y-Wings, led by Gold Leader Jon Vander with Gold Two Dex Tiree and Gold Five Davish Krail escorting, attempted to make a shot on the exhaust port but were shot down by Darth Vader. A second trench run was performed by a trio of X-wings from Red Squadron flown by Red Leader Garven Dreis, Red Ten Theron Nett and Red Twelve Puck Naeco. Darth Vader picked off Theron and Puck but Dreis was able to fire off a shot at the exhaust port. However, his proton torpedoes missed their mark, only scratching the surface. Before being shot down by Darth Vader, Dreis ordered another attack run.[1] Vader personally damaged Antilles' fighter, forcing him to disengage, and destroyed Darklighter's X-wing, forcing Skywalker to attempt the shot on his own. However, in this dire moment the Rebel leaders were concerned when the young pilot deactivated his targeting system for the attempt, but Skywalker assured them that nothing was wrong; he was advised by the spirit of Kenobi to rely on the Force instead for his attack. For his part, Vader sensed this power himself and found firing on the fighter unusually difficult, with one attack only putting R2-D2, who was serving as the fighter's astromech droid, out of commission. When Vader prepared to finally shoot down the enemy, one of his wingmen was suddenly shot down from above beside him. The source of that attack was the Millennium Falcon diving out of the nearby star's light. Han Solo and Chewbacca, believed to have abandoned the Rebels prior to the assault, unexpectedly returned to assist Skywalker in his most desperate moment.[1] Momentarily distracted by the intervention, Vader's remaining wingman collided with his ship, and both spiraled. The TIE fighter pilot flew into the side of the trench and knocked Vader away from the Death Star, and this allowed Skywalker to fire his shot. With the aid of the Force, the torpedoes shot along the trench and entered the shaft perfectly, as the two surviving X-Wings, the lone surviving Y-Wing and the aging freighter made for Yavin 4. The surviving rebel pilots included Skywalker, Antilles[1] and Gold Three Evaan Verlaine.[4] On the Overbridge, unaware of his impending doom, Grand Moff Tarkin continued to examine the battle as the technicians counted down the moments until firing commenced. Mere seconds before the superlaser could obliterate the moon, the torpedoes struck the reactor and the mammoth station exploded, killing all aboard and saving Yavin 4.[1]

    Following the final command of Red Leader, Red Five Luke Skywalker led the final attempt with Red Two Wedge Antilles and Red Three, Luke's old friend Biggs Darklighter, as wingmen. Rushing down the trench at full throttle, they found themselves being tailed by Darth Vader and his fighters.[1]

    Skywalker, Solo, and the surviving Rebel fighters returned to Yavin, where they held a celebration ceremony and awarded the pair with medals for their achievement in saving the Rebellion.[1] Mothma, having heard of the victory, permanently discarded her contingency plan to surrender to Palpatine.[19] Darth Vader, one of the few Imperial survivors of the battle, was recovered in his damaged TIE Advanced x1 by Imperial pilots Ciena Ree and Berisse Sai.[16] Iden Versio, who was outside of the Death Star's explosion, managed to pilot her damaged TIE Fighter to Yavin IV, where she ejected before it crashed into the jungle. There, she patched her wounds and stole a transport from the Rebel Base during the festivities.[17] Shortly after the battle, the Rebels were forced to leave the site of their victory, fleeing the Empire once again.[22] According to the Wild Space cartographer Emil Graf, in the days after the battle, the rebels' evacuation was briefly interrupted by an Imperial Star Destroyer which threatened to destroy the base before the evacuation could be completed. The rebels managed to disable the crew of the Star Destroyer, however, they soon discovered that its weapons were primed to fire at the base within minutes. Thanks to Verlaine's efforts, the ship misfired at its intended target, with the evacuation being resumed. Some time later, the Imperials regained control of the Destroyer.[23] To capitalize on the Empire's weakness following the destruction of the Death Star, the Rebels began to conduct dozens of raids against Imperial targets to weaken the now-vulnerable Empire. In addition to attacks carried out on the shipyards of Kuat and a supply base on Imdaar, a Rebel team composed of Leia Organa, Han Solo and Luke Skywalker assaulted and destroyed the Empire's largest armament factory on Cymoon 1, severely undermining Imperial military production.[24]

    Nearly all blame on the defeat was placed on Tarkin and his overconfidence. He had assumed that the station would not need an escort, and had launched no TIEs. The only group had been the single squadron Vader had launched. Regardless, Tarkin was no longer alive to defend himself, and the Empire would never engage the rebels without exploiting their larger numbers compared to their opponent again.[11]

    The Battle of Yavin first appeared in the 1977 film Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.[1] It was heavily based on the battle scenes in the 1955 epic war film The Dam Busters.

    The timeline of Star Wars fiction is most often based upon this event, where events are dated as happening so many years \\"Before the Battle of Yavin\\" (BBY) or \\"After the Battle of Yavin\\" (ABY).

    In a Korean webcomic released in 2015 and written and drawn by Hong Jac Ga, the Battle of Yavin is often referred to as the Miracle of Yavin.[26]

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