Timeanddate.com and SunriseSunset.com both offer charts to determine daylight time periods for locations across the world. The website of the U.S. Naval Observatory, aa.usno.navy.mil, provides a way to obtain a table of ... More »

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's website explains that the tilt in the earth's axis means that during different times of the year, different parts of the earth are pointed toward the sun, resulting i... More »

During spring, the axis of the Earth starts to tilt toward the sun, which causes the hours of daylight to increase in countries located in the Northern Hemisphere. Air, water and ground temperatures also increase, leadin... More »

Duration of daylight hours varies both by geographic location and season; for example, Key Largo, Florida, one of the southernmost cities in the U.S., can get up to 13 hours and 40 minutes of daylight in June and 10 hour... More »

Solunar charts provide information on solar and lunar activity, including phases and major and minor times of animal activity, including dates, forecast and elevation, as well as moon data such as rise, set, overhead and... More »

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The new moon calendar from 2014 is accurate, according to Timeanddate.com and Astropixels.com. The new moon calendar in 2014 showed the dates of the year when the new moon phase occurred. More »

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Oil price history charts display how much a barrel of crude oil cost during specific time periods using lines and graphs. Professional investors use financial websites that offer charts and graphs such as MacroTrends.com... More »

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