"Two stars, a red giant and a white dwarf, orbit close to each other. Zonama Sekot circles the third star, a bright yellow sun, which orbits much farther out, several light-months distant."
Charza Kwinn[src]

A light-month was a unit of distance. Light-months were sometimes used to express distances between stars,[1] as well as the ranges of operation for navigational beacons[2] and homing beacons.[3]


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