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His ship's logs. “Funny,” Han said after thinking for a moment, “I have the feeling I’ve been in this area before. Let me check my logs.” “You keep logs?” Leia was more impressed by the minute. “My, how organized,” she teased. “Well, sometimes,” he answered as he hunted through the computer readout. “Ah-ha, I knew it! Lando—now this should be ...


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Solo is most likely changing a fuel mixture and then restabilizing. Flooding the intake, would analogous to a jet engine cause a change in the 'air-fuel'1 mixture of the sublight drive. Suddenly changing the 'air-fuel' ratio of the Millenium Falcon, would, like in modern jet engines cause some instabilities and potentially stall the engine. One can assume ...


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The Infamy The Kessel Run is obviously a major accomplishment that would make it known galaxy-wide. Just look to The Force Awakens. 30 years after The Return of the Jedi, Rey meets Han Solo and says: This is the Millenium Falcon!? You're Han Solo!? And then later, This is the ship that made the Kessel Run in 14 parsecs! Han corrects this to 12, ...


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Technically, this isn't entirely about top speed - it's also about acceleration. A rocket (or other propelled object, such as a YT-1300 Corellian Light Freighter) does not need to reach escape velocity to exit a gravity well, but it does need to overcome the acceleration due to gravity. Since gravity is inversely proportional to the square of distance, a ...


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