Star Wars is an American epic space opera created by George Lucas. It began in the movie of the same name in 1977 and quickly became a global pop culture phenomenon. The series has expanded to a variety of movies and other media, including TV series, video games, novels, comic books, theme park attractions, and themed areas, forming an all-encompassing fictional world.
1. What is Timeline
A timeline is a visual representation of a sequence of events in time. It's usually a graphic design that shows a long bar with dates paralleling it and usually happening at the same time.
Timelines can use any scale to depict time that is appropriate for the subject and data; typically utilize a linear scale, in which one unit of distance equals one unit of time. The events in the chronology determine the timescale.
2. The Types of Timeline
Timelines come in a variety of shapes and sizes:
- Text timelines are those that are identified as such.
- Number timelines, where the labels are numbers and the graphs are usually line graphs.
- Interactive, zoomable, and clickable
- Timelines for videos
Timelines can be visualized in a variety of ways. Timelines used to be static visuals that were usually sketched or printed on paper. Graphic design and the artist's ability to visualize data played a big role in timelines.
3. Star Wars Timeline
Everything in the Star Wars universe is counted down from the Battle of Yavin, where Luke Skywalker detonated the first Death Star. As a result, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith takes place 19 years before Star Wars: A New Hope, and is set 19 years before the Battle of Yavin (in 19 BBY). Star Wars: The Force Awakens, on the other hand, takes place 34 years after the Battle of