written by Mario Belloni and Todd Timberlake
This simulation shows the difference between the sidereal and solar day by showing the motion of the stars (the zodiacal symbols) and the sun (orange). It uses an orange arrow to represent where Sun would be seen in the sky relative to the background stars. A particular star is denoted by a red arrow. Users can also add a visual of the Moon to see the difference between the sidereal month and the synodic month.
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Naked Eye Sidereal and Solar Day Simulation EPUB
An EPUB file containing the Naked Eye Sidereal and Solar Day simulation, a general description, and the features of the simulation.
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Published: June 27, 2014
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