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It was a luno-solar calendar based both on Coruscant's orbit around its sun, and the orbit of its primary satellite, Centax-1. Sixty standard seconds made up each standard minute, and sixty minutes made up each standard hour. A standard week was 5 standard days, and each month was seven weeks (making 35 standard days each month).A standard year was 368 days, composed of ten months, three fete weeks, and three holidays.With the exception of the Ruusan Reformation, the later epochs were all within the same century and stemmed from the events and upheavals surrounding the rise and fall of the Galactic Empire.They were short-lived and used by various historians at the time.One particularly notable epoch is the Treaty of Coruscant of 3653 BBY.The calendar eras before and after this event (referred to as "BTC" and "ATC", respectively) were popularized by the famous Jedi historian Gnost-Dural.It is also referred to as the Lunar, Yin, Xia or the old Chinese calendar.
BBY/ABY is sometimes known as BSW4/ASW4, which means "before/after Star Wars: Episode IV".
Material promoting The Thrawn Trilogy and other contemporary works dated those works by specifying how much time had passed since the Battle of Endor.
This practice began to change after the release of The Truce at Bakura.
Numerous epochs were used to determine calendar eras.
The most recent of these calendar eras used the Battle of Yavin as its epoch, or "year zero." BBY stands for Before the Battle of Yavin, and ABY stands for After the Battle of Yavin.