Subject: Do we see the Sun for about 8 more minutes after he has already set?
Date: Sun Mar 9 10:41:18 1997
Posted by Holm Niels
Grade level: 4-6
City: Baden State/Province: Aargau
Area of science: Astronomy
Our teacher told us that sunlight takes 8 minutes to reach us on the earth.
Does it mean that our night lasts 8 minutes longer than the time of sunrise?
Do we still see the sun (till about 8 more minutes) though actually he
has already set?
Re: Do we see the Sun for about 8 more minutes after he has already set?
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