Once the reader noticed that starting at a is wrong, here would be fairly obvious. Or perhaps the reader found first.
If captures the stone, then is an atari, forcing , and destroys the other eye.
Actually, at works too. Then White , and Black a. Just a bit more complicated.
here would be similar. transposes the position to one variation of the standard flying saucer shape.
Here, at kills just as well. Then if White at , Black has a choice of a or .
As mentioned at the beginning, the hane at is a mistake. With occupying the same point as the first move of the solution, onwards became ineffective. After , the three Black stones is caught in a connect-and-die: if Black a connects, then White b captures everything.
Note that at allows Black to kill by playing at , so is the only move.