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Did you know the sun's daily high point, mapped for one year, looks like a figure 8? Here's an amazing mosaic compound photo of the midday sun over a year . The photographer is Tunc Tezel. Living in Baku, Azerbaijan, on the shores of the Caspian Sea, he went out every day for a year, combined daily shots, then put them all together to form the Baku Analemma. Click over to the Bad Astronomy blog for a good astronomy explanation of analemma. There's also a website , where other planets' analemmas are neatly mapped out with videos.


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