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See this site to learn how to make a paper sundial. You can also explore sundials for different locations, the limits to sundial accuracy, and more, and you'll find links to the analemma and equation of time. Don't miss the section on the Sundial Bridge!
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Keywords: gnomon, sundial
Record Creator: Metadata instance created June 6, 2004 by David Stern
Record Updated: May 31, 2006 by Bruce Mason
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