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Memory-beta

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Death Valley is a valley in the state of California on Earth. Approximately 7,800 km² in size, it is noted for having the lowest elevation in North America at -86 meters below sea level, as well as extremely high temperatures.

Arriving at Sarek's house in early 2368 to discuss why Spock was on Romulus, Captain Jean-Luc Picard was greeted by Perrin, who compared the surface environment of Vulcan to Death Valley. (TNG novelization: Unification)

Alternate Universes

In one alternate universe, T'Pol had taken up residence in Death Valley by the mid 23rd century. (TOS novel: A Less Perfect Union)

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Lower desert area of the state of California. Doctor Myron MacLain had a research facility there, stuyding Adamantium. Ultron broke into the facility and used the Adamantium to construct a new shell for himself.

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Starwars

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R2-D2 speeding down the valley
Coordinates: 36°23′37″N, 116°49′50″W

Death Valley is a valley in the U.S. state of California. Located southeast of the Sierra Nevada range in the Great Basin and the Mojave Desert, it comprises much of Death Valley National Park. It has an area of about 3,000 square miles (~7,800 km²).

The valley was filmed for A New Hope scenes. These were mostly pick up shots that were scheduled for Tunisia, but had to be filmed nearer to home because the production went over budget.

A shot at Stovepipe Wells was taken as R2-D2 drives the Dune Sea on the way to Ben Kenobi's hut only to be picked up by Jawas just before he finds Ben. There was a shot filmed at Artist's Palette of R2-D2 as he sped down the Jundland Wastes canyon to try, again, to find Ben Kenobi's hut. A shot at Dante's View was cut together with a shot at Sidi Bouhlel for a scene where Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi gaze over Mos Eisley. Mardji the Asian elephant was filmed at Desolation Canyon with a costume to look like a bantha in Jundland Wastes. Numerous shots of Mark Hamill's double in his landspeeder were also taken somewhere in Death Valley as he tries to locate R2-D2. The only shot for Return of the Jedi was filmed in the canyon nicknamed Twenty Mule Team Canyon where R2-D2 and C-3PO go to Jabba's Palace.

External links

  • Road Trip: Tatooine or Bust I by Kolby "Kahunna" Kirk
  • Road Trip: Tatooine or Bust II by Kolby "Kahunna" Kirk
  • Visiting The Set by Brandon Alinger
  • Death Valley on Wikipedia
  • UNESCO Biosphere Preserve: Mojave and Colorado Deserts
  • Strange moving rocks of the valley (External Link)
Filming locations
Tunisia
Ajim - Chott el Jerid - Djerba - Grand Dune - Hôtel Sidi Driss - Ksar Hadada - Ksar Medenine - Ksar Oueld Soltane - Oung Jmel - Sidi Bouhlel - Sidi Jemour - Tataouine
Europe
Caserta Palace - Ealing Studios - Elstree Studios - Finse - Grindelwald - Lake Como - Leavesden Studios - Mount Etna - Plaza de España - Shepperton Studios - Whippendell Woods
North America
Death Valley - Tikal - Yuma Desert
Asia and Australia
Fox Studios, Sydney - Guilin - Phuket

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