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US astronomers said Thursday they have discovered the first planet that is orbiting two Suns, much like the fictional home of Luke Skywalker featured in Star Wars.
Mr Hodgson said: "She was Princess Leia, her husband was Luke Skywalker and they found it embarrassing to walk the streets.
Byline: By Wesley Johnson THE lightsabre used by Luke Skywalker in Star Wars sold for more than pounds 130,000 at an auction of Hollywood props and memorabilia.
Obi-Wan Kenobi told Luke Skywalker a white lie at the beginning of A New Hope.
But the real loss in the immediate sequels was the cantankerous sexual triangle of Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia that had given Star Wars a recognizable and genuinely compelling psychological frisson.
The suffocating and vulgarly materialistic world of the Dursleys, the family that initially raises the orphaned Harry Potter; the pettiness and relative inconsequence of life in the Shire, where Frodo Baggins was born; the laborious and task-centered existence of the young Luke Skywalker on his aunt and uncle's dusty provincial farm-all bespeak the ordinary world of the middle class.
One promotional video Gates played showed him and Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer play-fighting in Gates' office, with Gates dressed as Harry Potter and Ballmer as Luke Skywalker.
George Lucas's classic, in which Luke Skywalker is plucked from a backwater planet to take on the might of the evil empire, was chosen by readers of Empire magazine.