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Abin Sur's Death
Hal Jordan would visit Abin Sur's homeworld twice, each time under difficult circumstances. The first time, Jordan was sent to divert a comet that was on a collision course with Ungara. Jordan had sought to warn the populace of the threat, but was greeted with mistrust. Word of Abin Sur's death had not yet reached Ungara, and Jordan was considered the murderer of their champion. The Ungarans mistakenly believed Jordan was the renegade Green Lantern Sinestro. Finally recognizing the threat of the comet, the Ungarans apologized for their attack. After the comet was deflected, Jordan made a monument to Abin Sur for the people of Ungara.
On Ungara, the news of Abin Sur's death fragmented their society. Civil war led to the creation of the plasma satellite, a weapon meant to rain havoc over the enemy states. One side tried to defuse the satellite, but instead detonated it. Ungara was thrown off its axis by less than one hundredth of a degree. More than one hundred million Ungarans perished in the resulting quakes. The Ungarans sent out a military expedition to Earth to seize Hal Jordan's aid. Forcing the Green Lantern did not work, he had problems on Earth and did not know of the Ungarans' plight. Jordan was later ordered by the Guardians to assist the people of Abin Sur's homeworld. He was unable to move the planet back to its original orbit. Tidal waves drowned three of Ungara's continents, with no survivors. Jordan then tried breaking the ice and utilizing molten lava. These plans also failed. Covered in ice, finally, the planet settled into its new orbit.
Rebirth of Ungara
The arrival and subsequent action of Arisia of Graxos IV is credited for returning Ungara to a habitable state. The Arisia, along with Hal Jordan, polished a crystalline moon to act as a lens to focus the Ungaran sun. Now the world would be in a perpetual spring.
- Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985-86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.
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