Theoretically , would time behave differently in different parts of a galaxy?

Feb 11, 2020
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I’m watching Star Wars and I’m trying to come up with a theory that time moves differently in very different places over a VAST distance. One planet in one part of the galaxy can experience time slower due to gravitationally time dilation but instead of several hours, this could be extended on a galactic scale to be several days or months. Is their any other scientific evidence I can research that can support this? I know Star Wars really doesn’t have a basis in science but I love Science and I love Star Wars over Star Trek so I’m sticking with this.
 
Mar 4, 2020
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Evidently, this happens all the time and everywhere. The say the evidence is overwhelming.

You should be good to go. But they do give a warning. Don't catch yourself coming and don't catch yourself going.
 

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