12 hours of daylight. 12 hours of darkness.
The equator is unique in that it has 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night every day of the year.Don't all countries have 12 hours of both day and night
There is 100 hours of sunlight a day on venus
12.1 hours every day of the year
Twenty-four hours of daylight.
The equator gets 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of dark ness each day throughout the year.
In summer generally, there are 24 hours of daylight; in winter there are generally zero hours of daylight.
According to Weather2Travel.com there are 9 hours of daylight per day in December and as many as 15 hours of daylight per day in the summer months of May, June and July. Take a look at http://www.weather2travel.com/climate-guides/index.php?destination=chicago-il
12. The equator gets 12 hours of daylight every day of the year.
Along the equator there are slightly more than 12 hours of daylight every day.
This depends on where you are in Norway. Usually, in the south, you'll have daylight from 5 in the morning to 11 in the evening during the summer. In the north you'll have daylight 24 hours a day. In the winter, you'll have something like 1 hour of daylight in the north and 5-6 hours of daylight in the south.
Every point along the equator gets a little more than 12 hours of daylight every day.
Beyond the Arctic and the Antarctic circles, there would be zero hours of direct daylight on their respective shortest days.
Uranus has a complete day that lasts 17 earth hours, but actual daylight can last for several earth months.
Along the equator, the amount of daylight is slightly more than 12 hours every day.
There are 24 hours in any day of the year! If the question refers to daylight hours, then the location is required.
In November, December, and January how many hours of day light does Utah have?
14 hours per day.
the amount of sunlight each day is about 5.9 hours
depends what time of the year it is and where you live
It depends on your latitude. The higher your latitude, the more hours of daylight there will be each day. Above the arctic circle, there will be 24 hours of daylight at least once per year.
That depends on the season. On average, it should be about 12 hours.
Longest day (midsummer): 17 hours on June 21 Shortest day (midwinter): 7 hours on Dec 21
In bright and warm summers Finland can have nearly 24 hours of daylight a day. But in the winter, it can be just about 8-10 hours. And in the Fall and in the Spring, it's about 14 hours.
how many hows of day light is there in polland this time of year
The amount of daylight on the day of the summer solstice ranges from 12 hours at the equator to 24 hours between the pole and the (ant)arctic circle.
It could be anywhere from 12 to 24 hours depending on what day and what latitude.
bout 30 hours a day, 25 if its a monday, and 60 if its a friday, oh and 400 hours on a monkey day
it varies but we get about 8 hours daylight in winter extending to about 16 hours in summer
Daylight hours start to decrease on the first day of summer
Second day of the year that there is exactly 12 hours of daylight is in the month of June and the day 21st.. :)
Depends on how many dicks u suck per day?
Winter is the season that begins with the fewest hours of daylight. The winter solstice is the day of the year with the least amount of daylight and it is the first day of winter.
The first day of Autumn has 24 hours - just like any other day of the year. The number of daylight hours will vary depending on the latitude of the location.
On the gold coast, the sun comes up before 5 am and it is not totally dark til about 7, so 13 hours of daylight a day in summer :)
Well, Indonesia is a tropical country. So, Sun shines every single day. And it's constant. Indonesia's got normally 12 hours daylight.
none norway doesn't exist
The sun rises at 06.30 hours and sets at 09.30 on a long summer day. That is 16 hours of sun!!
12 hours of daylight. The word equinox is derived from equi = equal and nox = night. Length of day = length of night and so each one is 12 hours.
14 hours per day is optimum for egg production. Many battery farms leave lights on 24 hours.
I presume you mean 'How many hours of daylight.' That would depend on which particular place you mean. In southern Britain you might get 6 hours, in North Cape, Norway, you would not really get any daylight at all.
During and around the winter solstice, Washington DC sees approximately 9.5 hours of sunlight every day. During and around the summer solstice, the city enjoys around 16 hours of daylight every day.
Sunrise about 8am, and sunset about 5pm, so 9 hours in total per day.
The first day of Winter has 24 hours, just like all other days. The duration of daylight on that day can be anything between zero and 24 hours, and depends on your latitude.
The summer solstice is the day when there are the most daylight hours in the northern hemisphere, usually occurring on June 21st or 22nd.
i believe it is 6, the shortest day of the year 6 hours of night in the summer in case that came up too
That depends on where you were. In 2011 it was the day with least amount of daylight hours in the northern hemisphere and the day with the most amount of daylight hours in the southern hemisphere.
The number of days of daylight depend not only on the date, but also on your geogrpahical lotation, specifically your latitude.
There are as many daylight hours in the arctic as there are nighttime hours over the course of a year. There is day for six months, and night for six month. In the course of a year, the sun is up for exactly 50% of the time, no matter where on Earth you are.
To ajust our hours of the day to better fit when the sun is shining. To save the hours of daylight.