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The Interplanetary Year is a notation system for measuring time across multiple planets which have different year lengths. The notation system consists of a superscript symbol following the  word 'year' in writing. Each planet is given it's own symbol to specify which planetary year is being refered to.

A planetary year is defined as the time it takes a planet to revolve around is star. The further away a planet is from its star, the longer the planet's year.

Lantenis DatesEdit

The Lanten year is a unit of time, defined as 365.25 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, a Lanten year is represented by "1 yearL."

Pheonix DatesEdit

The Julian year is a unit of time, defined as 365.25 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, an Earth year is represented by "1 yearF."

Plibias DatesEdit

The Plibian year is a unit of time, defined as 365.25 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, an Earth year is represented by "1 yearP."

Yubera DatesEdit

The Yuberan year is a unit of time, defined as 1649.16 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, a Yuberan year is represented by "1 yearY."

Ao DatesEdit

The Julian year is a unit of time, defined as 365.25 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, an Earth year is represented by "1 yearA."

Earth DatesEdit

The Julian year is a unit of time, defined as 365.25 Earth days of 86 400 SI seconds each (no leap seconds). Using the interplanetary year system, an Earth year is represented by "yearE."

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