The Clock of Athena

The Gabanian Calender is a very complex and carefully based calender. Over two billion years of careful observations and careful studys Gainese, Athenian, and Shinto Scholars have been able to form the Calender that we know and are used to today. The observations over time concluded that there was a time period of 72 hours a day that included 60 minutes in each hour which had 60 seconds to each minute. These observations were turned into four time periods: The A.M.; P.M.;Q.M.& Z.M. Together these obseravations founded the current time frame that the Gabanians have become accustomed to. It is also known that at the equator there is more darkness than there is light time in the planet.

With these observations the Ancients concluded that the planet took 72 hours to revolve on it's massive axis. It would take 1095 of these strange things called days for the planet to orbit all of it's five suns. The Next job was to name the days and months. Here they are after 2 thousand years of work 2 billion years later we recognize these achivments as our official planetary records