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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noon

Noon is 12 o'clock in the daytime, as opposed to midnight. The term 12 p.m. ( often written as 12pm) is sometimes used for noon but ...

www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/grad/solcalc

NOAA Solar Calculator. Find Sunrise, Sunset, Solar Noon and Solar Position for Any Place on Earth. Show: World Cities. U.S. Cities. GMD Observ.'s. GMD Data ...

www.solar-noon.com

The time of solar noon depends on the Equation of Time and on the difference in longitude between your location and the standard meridian of the time zone ...

www.spot-on-sundials.co.uk/calculator.html

This facility enables you to print out, for any latitiude and longitude in the world, a table showing, for every day of the year, the exact time of solar noon, corrected ...

www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/solar-noon.html

Solar noon is the moment when the Sun passes a location's meridian and reaches its highest position in the sky. In most locations, it doesn't happen at 12 ...

suncalc.net

A little online application with interactive map that shows sun movement and sunlight phases during the given day at the given location.

physics.stackexchange.com/questions/38270/why-is-the-solar-noon-time-different-every-day

Sep 25, 2012 ... Here's how I explain this to my students. There are actually two suns in the sky. One is responsible for causing objects to cast shadows and is ...

www.sunrisesunset.com/faqsAstronomy.asp

A: Solar noon is the time when the sun appears highest in the sky (toward the north or south pole) for that location. This may or may not be “directly overhead,”  ...

earthsky.org/earth/its-summer-whats-noon-to-you

Jun 21, 2014 ... I have assigned my students a project in which they compare the height of the sun at local solar noon to that in another location in New Mexico.