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The '''J-77 Event Horizon''' was a small yet powerful sublight drive unit that was manufactured by [[Novaldex/Legends|Novaldex]], and used in the [[Alliance to Restore the Republic/Legends|Rebel Alliance's]] [[RZ-1 A-wing interceptor/Legends|RZ-1 A-wing interceptor]]. They were apparently fairly volatile, as demonstrated by [[Vergere]] at [[Battle of Ebaq 9|Ebaq Nine]].
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The '''J-77 "Event Horizon" engine''' was a small yet powerful sublight drive unit that was manufactured by [[Novaldex/Legends|Novaldex]], and used in the [[Alliance to Restore the Republic/Legends|Rebel Alliance's]] [[RZ-1 A-wing interceptor/Legends|RZ-1 A-wing interceptor]]. They were apparently fairly volatile, as demonstrated by [[Vergere]] at [[Battle of Ebaq 9|Ebaq Nine]].
 
Though not maneuverable by its own, the agility could be improved by adding adjustable thrust-vector controls and thrust control jets, as with the [[RZ-1 A-wing interceptor/Legends|A-wing]]. But even with that, the craft is nearly impossible to regain a stable flight even from some of the best pilots in the galaxy, as seen when [[Arvel Crynyd/Legends|Arvel Crynyd]], a lone A-wing pilot, lost control of his craft and crashed in to the [[Executor/Legends|Executor's]] bridge during the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]].
 
Though not maneuverable by its own, the agility could be improved by adding adjustable thrust-vector controls and thrust control jets, as with the [[RZ-1 A-wing interceptor/Legends|A-wing]]. But even with that, the craft is nearly impossible to regain a stable flight even from some of the best pilots in the galaxy, as seen when [[Arvel Crynyd/Legends|Arvel Crynyd]], a lone A-wing pilot, lost control of his craft and crashed in to the [[Executor/Legends|Executor's]] bridge during the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]].
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*[[Star Wars Sourcebook (Second Edition)|''Star Wars Sourcebook'', Second Edition]]
 
*''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]''

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The J-77 "Event Horizon" engine was a small yet powerful sublight drive unit that was manufactured by Novaldex, and used in the Rebel Alliance's RZ-1 A-wing interceptor. They were apparently fairly volatile, as demonstrated by Vergere at Ebaq Nine. Though not maneuverable by its own, the agility could be improved by adding adjustable thrust-vector controls and thrust control jets, as with the A-wing. But even with that, the craft is nearly impossible to regain a stable flight even from some of the best pilots in the galaxy, as seen when Arvel Crynyd, a lone A-wing pilot, lost control of his craft and crashed in to the Executor's bridge during the Battle of Endor.

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