"...Regino is a gas giant approximately the size of Saturn, and three moons, Reo, Gei, and Tan orbit it. All three are small, rocky bodies a half to a quarter the size of Earth's moon. Aside from mining, the planet and its moons are not part of any significant project within the system...until now.
Ouranos, the 1.1 solar mass, main sequence yellow dwarf star Aetheria orbits, is becoming host to a currently in-progress dyson swarm and dyson sphere. When this is completed, in order to maintain the habitability of Aetheria, Regino and it's three moons will be fused and ignited to create an artificial star, designed to provide light and warmth to Aetheria and it's two moons. ..."
The question is, is this scenario possible, and if so, how could it be accomplished?
Assume the following-
- A material exists that can withstand the stress involved with a solid dyson sphere(possible actually, contrary to popular belief).
- This civilization is approximately 2.2-2.3 on the Kardashev scale.
- This civilization does not possess FTL technology or time travel technology-basically no clarketech, or technology that is deemed impossible by our current understanding of physics(rather redundant for this scenario, but whatever).
- Ouranos' dyson sphere will almost entirely cover the star, with essentially no surface area exposed unless starlifting is in progress or the stellaser is activated(if you are unfamilar with these terms, google em). Remaining energy leaking out? Well... that's what the swarm's for.
If you need to know, the swarm is about 0.1 AU from the star, sphere is around 0.01 AU.
Regino orbits 3.5 AU from Ouranos. Aetheria orbits 1.1 AU away.
Thank you and I hope my question is up to par.
Note: Bolded text in the scenario is the relevant information.