Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Miscellaneous “Sun & Shadow” Items – September 2015


The following are miscellaneous sun, shade, solar and solar energy facts and comments. They were derived from our twitter feed @SunPosition

Our monthly sunrise/sunset tables have been updated

http://www.sunposition.com/tables.html


Bad news: Toronto is losing 3 min of daylight per day (1.5 hrs this month). Good news: Toronto still has more daylight hours than Miami.


Great pics! >

“@Havenlust: Sunset One Minute Ago  ;-) Samsung Mobile S6  #europe #zeeland #samsung #sunset http://t.co/8RFrIsGFrM


A lot of beautiful sunsets tonight (Sep 9/15) judging from Twitter activity.


At the Equinox the sun will cross the Equator roughly 840 km east and 220 km south of Mogadishu. Sep 23, 8:21 AM UT (4:21 AM EDT)


A rare event Sunday night Sep 27 - a perigee lunar eclipse. Super Blood Moon - http://t.co/hhoEjMTMKR


Torontohenge, When the Sun lines up | by @Banquos_Banquet @spacing - http://t.co/ltDAQv4yuV

Spacing Mag - torontohenge


Canberra Liberals to repeal solar access laws if party wins 2016 election http://t.co/UFLCuZ2eIx via @ABCNews

Overshadowing of a typical house at noon in the suburb of Wright in Canberra.

The Canberra Liberals have vowed to repeal the ACT Government's solar access laws if they win government at next year's election.

The laws, introduced in 2013, are designed to ensure new houses are positioned to maximise the benefits of natural sunlight and reduce heating costs.

They also prevent a development or extension from casting too much shade on a neighbouring home.

The Canberra Liberals tried to block the changes to the planning regulations, but they were passed with the support of the Greens…


Cheers, Ralph

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