Leap Day 2016

Leap Day is on Monday, February 29, 2016.

Why do we have leap years? A leap year, where an extra day is added to the end of February every four years, is down to the solar system’s disparity with the Gregorian calendar.

A complete orbit of the earth around the sun takes exactly 365.2422 days to complete, but the Gregorian calendar uses 365 days.

So leap seconds – and leap years – are added as means of keeping our clocks (and calendars) in sync with the Earth and its seasons.

See you in next four year ok. [้˜ฟๆ‰Ž]

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3 thoughts on “Leap Day 2016

  1. Don’t mind me saying this. You are a very beautiful woman. And Thank You for teaching me about this thing about time and calendars ๐Ÿ˜€

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