equationOfTimeWindow.ui   equationOfTimeWindow.ui 
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<string>The equation of time describes the discrepancy between two kinds of solar time. These are apparent solar time, which directly tra cks the motion of the sun, and mean solar time, which tracks a fictitious & quot;mean&quot; sun with noons 24 hours apart. There is no universally acce pted definition of the sign of the equation of time. Some publications show it as positive when a sundial is ahead of a clock; others when the clock i s ahead of the sundial. In the English-speaking world, the former usage is the more common, but is not always followed. Anyone who makes use of a publ ished table or graph should first check its sign usage.</string> <string>The equation of time describes the discrepancy between two kinds of solar time. These are apparent solar time, which directly tra cks the motion of the sun, and mean solar time, which tracks a fictitious & quot;mean&quot; sun with noons 24 hours apart. There is no universally acce pted definition of the sign of the equation of time. Some publications show it as positive when a sundial is ahead of a clock; others when the clock i s ahead of the sundial. In the English-speaking world, the former usage is the more common, but is not always followed. Anyone who makes use of a publ ished table or graph should first check its sign usage.</string>
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