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Central Pennsylvania has fifteen hours of daylight today and a Full Moon

Astronomy, iconic image
07/01/1863
The sun rose over central Pennsylania at approximately four-thirty in the morning and set at seven-thirty in the evening, giving almost exactly fifteen hours of daylight.  A Full Moon began shortly after midnight. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
The National Almanac and Annual Record for the Year 1863 (Philadelphia, PA: George W. Childs, 1863), 26.

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