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14th May '18 10:00:41 AM pokedart9001
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* One of the main objectives in ''VideoGame/OneShot'' is to bring a new sun, in the form of a lightbulb, to its proper place in order to replace the previous sun that died out.
24th Apr '18 1:16:41 PM Amahn
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* A good part of the final season of ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' deals with repairing and restarting fusion in the star system's artificial star.
10th Mar '18 10:13:27 PM Firestorm17
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* [[http://www.xkcd.com/673/ This]] ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' is framed as the trailer for a [[StylisticSuck cheesy]] action movie entitled ''The Sun'' with a Solar CPR premise. The [[ArtisticLicensePhysics Artistic License taken with Physics]] is {{Lampshaded}}.
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22nd Oct '17 6:41:52 AM Malady
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* ''SpartakusAndTheSunBeneathTheSea'' was an old French animated series in which the heroes come from a civilization who live underground AfterTheEnd, but are forced to journey to the surface world for help after their artificial sun Tehra starts dying.

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* ''SpartakusAndTheSunBeneathTheSea'' ''WesternAnimation/SpartakusAndTheSunBeneathTheSea'' was an old French animated series in which the heroes come from a civilization who live underground AfterTheEnd, but are forced to journey to the surface world for help after their artificial sun Tehra starts dying.
11th Oct '17 4:02:33 PM Theriocephalus
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-> ''"When a Stellar Bomb is triggered, very little will happen at first -and then a spark, will pop into existence, and it will hang for an instant, hovering in space and then, it will split into two, and those will split again, and again, and again. Detonation beyond all imagining - the big bang on a small scale. A new star born out of a dying one. I think it will be beautiful..."''

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-> ''"When a Stellar Bomb is triggered, very little will happen at first -and -- and then a spark, will pop into existence, and it will hang for an instant, hovering in space and then, it will split into two, and those will split again, and again, and again. Detonation beyond all imagining - -- the big bang Big Bang on a small scale. A new star born out of a dying one. I think it will be beautiful..."''
2nd Jul '17 10:36:37 AM nombretomado
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* In the end of ''[[OsuTatakaeOuendan Moero! Nekketsu Rythm Damashii! Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! 2]]'' [[spoiler:the sun dies, and the two rival cheer squads act together to raise everyone's spirit level enough to resurrect it.]]

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* In the end of ''[[OsuTatakaeOuendan ''[[VideoGame/OsuTatakaeOuendan2 Moero! Nekketsu Rythm Damashii! Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! 2]]'' [[spoiler:the sun dies, and the two rival cheer squads act together to raise everyone's spirit level enough to resurrect it.]]
25th Mar '17 1:36:21 PM Akaihiryuu
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** It's strongly implied at the end of the episode that their "adding heavier elements" trick actually DIDN'T work, and the Asgard just used the attempt as a distraction so they could fix the sun themselves without the Goa'uld being able to prove they did it (such an action would've been forbidden by the Protected Planets Treaty).
20th Mar '17 5:21:27 PM tracer
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Either through natural causes or galactic vandals who go around StarKilling [[ForTheEvulz for fun]] and profit, the local star is set to die; this usually involves ArtisticLicensePhysics even ''with'' liberal uses of {{Phlebotinum}}. [[labelnote:(Science!)]]Most people have no conception of how vast a sun is, nor what happens during a star's life as a main-sequence star. Our sun is 30% brighter now than when the Earth formed, and some time in the next 0.5-1.1 billion years it will grow bright enough that the Earth will become uninhabitable in its current orbit. Said orbit, however, is projected to change, making Earth gradually veer ''further'' from the sun, allowing it to stay in the habitable zone for more time than originally predicted. In either case, our sun has billions of years left before it leaves the main sequence (and it's not quite massive enough to ever go nova).[[/labelnote]] You can imagine the desperation a planetary civilization will feel when it's ''their'' turn to see their sun die. Cue an attempt at Solar CPR. A [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien sufficiently advanced]] civilization may develop a MagicAntidote or solar-scale WorldHealingWave that can stop this from happening (or at least discover a group of aliens who do).

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Either through natural causes or galactic vandals who go around StarKilling [[ForTheEvulz for fun]] and profit, the local star is set to die; this usually involves ArtisticLicensePhysics even ''with'' liberal uses of {{Phlebotinum}}. [[labelnote:(Science!)]]Most people have no conception of how vast a sun is, nor what happens during a star's life as a main-sequence star. Our sun is 30% brighter now than when the Earth formed, and some time in the next 0.5-1.1 billion years it will grow bright enough that the Earth will become uninhabitable in its current orbit. Said orbit, however, is projected to change, making Earth gradually veer ''further'' from the sun, allowing it to stay in the habitable zone for more time than originally predicted. In either case, our sun has billions of years left before it leaves the main sequence (and it's sequence. And when it ''does'' leave the main sequence, it'll take tens of thousands of years to swell up into a red giant, so everyone will have plenty of warning. (A red giant isn't the same thing as a ''nova''. A nova requires a close-orbiting white dwarf to siphon material off a companion star; solitary stars like the sun cannot go nova. The sun is also not quite massive enough to ever go nova).[[/labelnote]] supernova.)[[/labelnote]] You can imagine the desperation a planetary civilization will feel when it's ''their'' turn to see their sun die. Cue an attempt at Solar CPR. A [[SufficientlyAdvancedAlien sufficiently advanced]] civilization may develop a MagicAntidote or solar-scale WorldHealingWave that can stop this from happening (or at least discover a group of aliens who do).
17th Jan '17 6:48:04 PM Psychadelico
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* In ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', Blue Lanterns can rejuvenate dying stars with the Hope of those on a nearby planet; the process turns the star blue, which is implied to mean it has been made young again.

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* In ''Franchise/GreenLantern'', Blue Lanterns can rejuvenate dying stars with the Hope of those on a nearby planet; the process turns the star blue, which is implied to mean it has been made young again.[[labelnote:FridgeHorror]]The ecological damage from changing a star's radiation output like that could potentially be massive. Earth's plants are adapted to the sun's current mixture, and could be sunburned by such a large increase in higher-energy blue light. Let alone plants adapted to a planet orbiting a dim red star.[[/labelnote]]
6th Dec '16 3:48:41 AM JamesAustin
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-> ''When a Stellar Bomb is triggered, very little will happen at first -and then a spark, will pop into existence, and it will hang for an instant, hovering in space and then, it will split into two, and those will split again, and again, and again. Detonation beyond all imagining - the big bang on a small scale. A new star born out of a dying one. I think it will be beautiful...''
-->-- '''Capa''' - ''Film/{{Sunshine}}''

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-> ''When ''"When a Stellar Bomb is triggered, very little will happen at first -and then a spark, will pop into existence, and it will hang for an instant, hovering in space and then, it will split into two, and those will split again, and again, and again. Detonation beyond all imagining - the big bang on a small scale. A new star born out of a dying one. I think it will be beautiful...''
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-->-- '''Capa''' - '''Capa''', ''Film/{{Sunshine}}''
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