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    Default How we calculate time of "ZERO SHADOW DAY"?



    1. Andy lives in a town that located 9o S. When Andy experienced ZERO SHADOW DAY?

    2. Bruno lives in a town that located 32o N 99o W. Can Bruno experienced ZERO SHADOW DAY? If can't, why?

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    Default Re: How we calculate time of "ZERO SHADOW DAY"?

    "Zero shadow day" means the day when there will be no light on the Earth life here stopps, am I get it right?
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    Default Re: How we calculate time of "ZERO SHADOW DAY"?

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