Time jumps in Star Wars
I have always been a little bit confused about the time generally in Star wars and time jumps between each episode. According to this, there is a time zone in Star wars and it is based on Coruscant time and its similiar to our Earth.
According to Fandom’s Star Wars Wikia, the time measurement and calendars are based off the size and movement of the lovely planet of Coruscant. It is very similar to Earth, being that 60 seconds equals 1 minute, 60 minutes equals 1 hour, and 24 hours is a day. But, with the exception that 5 days are equal to a week, 7 weeks are 35 days, totaling one month, and 10 months plus 3 festival weeks, plus 3 holidays, equals 368 days, or 1 year.
So, in theory, yes! The galaxies within the Star Wars Universe could have time zones based on moving planets and their respective calendars.
So my question is - may anybody help me constructing complete timeline in Star Wars? I found some articles mentioning time jumps, but I was not able to constuct whole timeline.
Star wars episodes chronologically (what I have found out yet)
Episode I – A Phantom Menace (1999)
Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002)
Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005)
Solo – A Star Wars Story (2018)
Rogue One – A Star Wars Story (2016)
??? 19 years after Episode III
Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)
Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Episode VI – The Return of the Jedi (1983)
Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015)
No time jump
Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (2017)
Episode VIX (2019)
There are no exact dates given for many of these, but there are "good" estimates as to how many years are between works. Wookieepedia has a complete canon history, but this also includes comic and book events as well.
There are 10 years between The Phantom Menace & Attack of the Clones.
There are 3 years between Attack of the Clones & Revenge of the Sith
There are 19 years between Revenge of the Sith & A New Hope, which means Solo, Rebels, and Rogue One fall in between them with Solo taking place 5-7 years after RotS and Rebels taking place 14 years after RotS. Rogue One takes place directly before ANH.
There are 2-3 years between A New Hope & The Empire Strikes Back
There is maybe 1-2 years between The Empire Strikes Back & Return of the Jedi (Sources say the Original Trilogy takes place no more than 4 years total)
There are 30 years between Return of the Jedi & The Force Awakens
The Last Jedi continues directly after The Force Awakens. No time jump.
John Boyega seems to have just confirmed that Episode IX will take place 1 year after The Last Jedi
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How many years have passed between Star Wars Episode 6 and 7?Episode VII: The Force Awakens \u2013 34 ABY30 years after Episode VI, everything's gone to hell. A new Resistance (led by General Leia) battles Supreme Leader Snoke's Imperial remnant, the First Order.
How much time passes in each Star Wars movie?Three years pass between the events of A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, replicating the real-world wait audiences had to endure for the sequel. Finally, Return of the Jedi is set in 4 ABY, meaning it takes place a year after The Empire Strikes Back. In total, only four years pass during the original trilogy.
What are the time periods in Star Wars?Eras of galactic history
- Before the Republic (37,000 \u2013 25,000 BBY)
- Old Republic era (25,000 \u2013 1000 BBY)
- Rise of the Empire era/Clone Wars era (1000 \u2013 0 BBY)
- Rebellion era (0 \u2013 5 ABY)
- New Republic era (5 \u2013 25 ABY)
- New Jedi Order era (25 \u2013 37 ABY)
- Legacy era (37 ABY\u2014)
How much time passed between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope?So Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, which takes place 19 years ahead of Star Wars: A New Hope, is set 19 years Before the Battle of Yavin (in 19 BBY).
Every Hyperspace Jump in the Star Wars Movies | Star Wars By the Numbers
More answers regarding time jumps in Star Wars
Between Episode III and IV: Enough time for Luke and Leia to grow up. (About 20 years).
Between Episodes IV, V, VI: I think it's less than, or close to a year. In case of V and VI, enough time to partially rebuild the Death Star.
Between Episode VI and VII: Enough time for Han and Leia to show signs of old age, and have an adult child. (About 20-30 years.)
Between Episode VII and VIII: Less than a year probably.