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Now let us consider the length of time that the Sun is visible. Wait until the planet is at the summer solstice

(12:00am). a) How many hours of daylight are there on the summer solstice with the inclination at 45 degrees? To estimate the length of day, identify the time when the sky begins to brighten and the time just before it becomes dark. You should see stars at both the beginning time and the ending time. sunlight-hours = (angle factor)*(hours of daylight)

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