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Name: Edgar U.
Status: other
Age: 50s
Location: N/A
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Date: Monday, January 20, 2003


Question:
Where I can find information about the days with the same daylight length,(like December 18th. has the same daylight length of January Xth.), X=?.


Replies:
Do a search using the search engine www.google.com on the term "sunrise sunset time(s)" or "annual sunrise sunset times". You will find at least a dozen sites that provide the data you want. Happy hunting.

Vince Calder



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