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a basic unit of time measurement, the standard time part was based on the rotational period of the planet Coruscant. It had been used since the early time of the Old Republic. Note that it is unclear what a full timepart represented, as some sources list it as a Coruscant day, while other sources list it as something closer to a week. Shield of Lies states that there are 1,400 standard time parts in each Coruscant day. Roleplaying game materials have indicated that there are sixty seconds in a standard hour, and 24 hours in a standard day, as defined by Corsucant's rotational period. There are five days in a standard week, and seven weeks in a standard month. There are three festival weeks and three holidays, giving the standard year 368 days.
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