lol you watch lame movies!
Not possible to have a sun that small. Fiction writers can write anything they want, but its fiction.
Back when dinosaurs roamed the earth without their smartphones, there was a visiting professor who came by Charlottesville to talk about the materials needed to build a production fusion reactor, even if someone managed to figure out a stable plasma containment scheme. He also talked about some of the difficulties with using a fusion torch to clean up fission reactor waste. We left the lecture talking about what a great thing it would be to power our lives from wind and sun.
Not yet. The film is fiction. Check out the work on fusion reactors.<br />
Materials have what is called an enthalpy or "rate of heat exchange" and 2 seconds is not enough to exchange a significant amount of heat from a miniature sun. The radiation, however, could do some damage.
Yes. You can build a Liden Jar which uses high-voltage electricity to create a miniature star that you can safely view and control.
who rrly knows..this quest is rad
impossible unless it was held in an immense force field