lunar day

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Noun1.lunar day - the period of time taken for the moon to make one full rotation on its axis (about 27.3 sidereal days)
day - the period of time taken by a particular planet (e.g. Mars) to make a complete rotation on its axis; "how long is a day on Jupiter?"
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Four lunar days and nights (29.5 Earth days) have passed since Chang'e 4 and Yutu 2 rover's landing.
The tourists are attracted mostly by the turtles scattered along the beaches of Masirah and that comes out in the lunar days. The most famous turtle is 'Al Rimani', which lays out some of its eggs on the sands of soft beach and then returns to the sea, traveling long distances in the depths of the oceans and seas, reaching various distant countries around the world.
The tourists are attracted mostly by the turtles scattered along the beaches of Masirah and those, which come out during the lunar days. The most famous turtle is 'Al Rimani,' which lays some of its eggs on the sands of soft beach and then returns to sea, travelling long distances in the depths of oceans and seas, reaching faraway countries of the world.
The tourists are attracted mostly by the turtles scattered along the beaches of Masirah and that comes out in the lunar days. The most famous turtle is 'Al Rimani', which lays out some of its eggs on the sands of soft beach and then returns to thesea, traveling long distances in the depths of the oceans and seas, reaching various far countries of the world.
The pyramidal shape of the 80 kg rover regulates heat during hot lunar days, and its batteries survive and hold charge at cryogenic temperatures, enabling the rover to hibernate through two-week lunar nights and resume activities the next day.
It is interesting to note that, although few high lamas that I have met make much use of the cycle of the signs, elements, parkhas and mewas that I shall present (some do), they all seem to depend upon the cycle of the lunar days for creating their practice and teaching calendars.
167-506), eighteen documents are presented in English translation, each carefully annotated: (1) Old and Middle Kingdom feast lists; (2) the Ebers Calendar; (3) the astronomical ceiling of Senmut's tomb; (4) the ceiling of Hall K in Seti I's tomb; (5) extracts from the calendar at Medinet Habu; (6) lists of the names of the thirty lunar days; [documents (7), the lengths of day and night in Cairo Papyrus no.