Sunclock displays a map of the Earth and shows which portion is illuminated by the sun. This is what appears in the 'clock window' which is smaller; the 'map window,' displays the following:
- GMT, legal, and solar time of major cities
- their latitudes, longitudes, and sunrise and sunset times
- mutual distances of various locations on Earth
- the evolution of seasons through the acceleration of time
- can display meridians, parallels, tropics, and arctic circles
released on 20 June 2006
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