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  2. Fun fact! If you are using the time it takes for the earth to rotate once relative to the sun as the definition of a day, also known as a solar day (which is the standard in time keeping) a day is longer In the winter, and shorter in the summer.

    *drops mic*

  3. Actually, due to earth’s elliptical orbit, near perihelion (around January) a solar day (noon to noon) is slightly longer than when near aphelion (around July). So, no. Today was not particularly long.

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  5. uhh actually, during the summer months the days are naturally longer… more daylight… unless this comic was done during winter…then….yea…. wasn’t a long….day…… sigh…



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