Want to know the angle, curvature, location of arc that morning US sunlight makes? Whether, say, it is Maine or Florida, and also whether the leading edge of the morning unlight is more northern or more southern; that is, whether the north of Maine or Florida, or the south of Maine or Florida gets light first. If the surface area of the US was rectangular with the length exactly parallel to the trajectory of the sun's path across the sky from east to west, there should be two points, northern and southern, that get first morning light at exactly the same time. But border of the US' surface area is not the perimeter of a rectangle, more to the point is that the eastern border is irregular, so there should be only one point on the US' eastern border that gets the sun's first morning light. Yes?
Re: What is the location of the US' first morning light?
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