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The equation of time

The equation of time
The equation of time
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: equation_time_combined
Description: The equation of time is the difference between clock time and apparent solar time. This diagram shows the final equation of time: a combination of the time due to obliquity and due to unequal motion.
Creator: Keith C. Heidorn
Date: 2000
Credit line: National Maritime Museum
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