Home & Garden8 mins ago
Sunrise at the Equator
I assume that sunrise is exactly the same time every day of the year on the equator, as is sunset.
I also assume that if you lived precisely on the equator at 0 degress longtitude (Prime Meridian), you would see half the sun on the horizon at 6.00am (sunrise) and again at 6.00pm (sunset) every day of the year.
Are my assumptions correct ? If not, why not ?
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