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Region/City REFRESH
Year
Month
Date
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
Pacific/Auckland 2024
06
26
Wed
09
40
48
Asia/Tokyo 2024
06
26
Wed
06
40
48
Australia/Perth 2024
06
26
Wed
05
40
48
Asia/Manila 2024
06
26
Wed
05
40
48
Europe/Moscow 2024
06
26
Wed
00
40
48
Europe/Berlin 2024
06
25
Tue
23
40
48
Europe/London 2024
06
25
Tue
22
40
48
GMT 2024
06
25
Tue
21
40
48
America/New_York 2024
06
25
Tue
17
40
48
America/Chicago 2024
06
25
Tue
16
40
48
America/Los_Angeles 2024
06
25
Tue
14
40
48
Pacific/Honolulu 2024
06
25
Tue
11
40
48



day, orthographic
DAY
Light
Working
day, mercator
06:00
09:00
12:00
15:00
18:00
Dawn
AM
Noon
PM
Dusk
00:00
03:00
06:00
09:00
12:00
15:00
18:00
21:00
24:00
Midnight
No Phone
Dawn
Morning
Noon
Afternoon
Dusk
Evening
Midnight



night, orthographic
NIGHT
Dark
Sleeping

Do Not
Phone
night, mercator
18:00
21:00
24:00
03:00
06:00
Dusk
Evening
Midnight
No Phone
Dawn
12:00
15:00
18:00
21:00
00:00
03:00
06:00
09:00
12:00
Noon Afternoon Dusk Evening
Midnight
No Phone
Dawn Morning Noon



West >>> East
West >>> East
Orthographic Projections
Mercator Projections

The world rotates anti-clockwise (seen from space above the North Pole). The sun rises in the East, & sets in the West. Images within the frames move toward right (East) edges.
West
Middle
East
The sun lit west edge is just after dawn, people start to wake. The sun lit middle is at midday (except in summer politicians may fake a delay & call it 11:00 Summer Time). The East edge of the sun lit globe is approaching dusk, work ceasing.
The West edge of the dark side is after dusk, work ceased. The middle of the dark side is Mid- Night (& West of middle is after Mid- Night), Asleep, DO NOT PHONE THEM! The East edge of the dark side is approaching dawn, people will wake later.
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