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Zero Shadow Day

The POEC has created and collected useful resource material on the Zero Shadow Day. For a given place below +23.5 degrees latitude in India, this occurs when the Sun is exactly overhead and hence casts no shadow on a vertical object. This occurs twice a year, once during Uttarayan and once during Dakshinayan.

For more information – maps, lists, tables, articles, etc, see

http://astron-soc.in/outreach/activities/zero-shadow-day/

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