A sundial is a device that, when properly oriented, can indicate the time of day based on the direction sunlight is coming from at the time. It works by casting a shadow into a surface, usually marked with times.
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I have a sundial in the garden.The sundial were the earliest form of clocks.
The sundial was invented in 1747
The answer depends on what is wrog with the sundial.
The vertical pointer on a sundial is the gnomon.
Theodosius of Bithynia invented the sundial.
You can't use a sundial in the night when its dark but you can tell the time using a sundial in daytime
The shortest shadow on a sundial would be afternoon or Middaay
The oldest sundial is in a museum in Berlin. Approximately 1500 BCE
A sundial wont work at night and during Solar Eclipses
the sterling silver clock was invented after the sundial
Just press A when your face is touching the sundial
A sundial is no good unless the sun is shining, and a shadow is cast.
The sundial must be built in the area that it is to be used in so the time will be correct. Set a sundial at exactly noon with the gnomon pointing directly north.
it casts a shadow on a certain place on the sundial and were the shadow casts is the time
Rabobank has a man standing on an orange sundial or compass
The raised arm of a sundial that indicates the time of day by its shadow is the gnomon (NO-mon). A sundial has but one arm, what do you mean by secondary arm?
A sundial measures time by the location of the sun casting a shadow on the sundial. Depending on the location of the shadow and it's length, you can estimate the time of day.
yes, as long as its on the same line of longitude you can use the same sundial
Your Mom and me did it so we made you and asians who then went on to make the sundial
The first sundial was invented in 609 BCE by the Neo-Babylonian Empire.
Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay was created in 2004.
A sundial is no good unless the sun is shining strongly enough to cast a shadow.
A sundial doesn't work at night A sundial doesn't work when the sun is hidden - by clouds, buildings, etc. A sundial only works at the latitude it is designed for - a sundial built for Ecuador woudl not be accurate in New Zealand.
A sundial has to be positioned correctly in order to give you a good estimate of the time.