[time-nuts] finding time astronomically.

Hal Murray hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Mon Jan 23 22:19:48 EST 2012

albertson.chris at gmail.com said:
>> Actually two days per year, unless it was adjusted for the
>> summer or winter solstice, then it'd be one.

> I still think it is "one".  because there are not an integer number of days
> per year so you don't get and exact repeat in 6 months.   Maybe a pin hole
> would only work once ever?  I don't know.  To "work" the pinhole has to
> exactly line up with the detector at the exact same time of day. 

It could be zero or many, depending on the field of view.

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