Danielle Lowenna (United Kingdom) published:
There are twenty-four hours in a day...well, if you consider solar days, that is. A sidereal day is somewhat different, four minutes shorter, in fact. It's the time Earth takes to turn exactly once on its axis, as opposed to how long it takes the sun to move through the sky.
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Except...it's not just as simple as a four minute gap. This, like anything, is subject to change. Earthquakes, tidal locking and Earth's precession all influence the length of...
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