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Leap Year - 2012
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
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For all those wanting to bag a cache on EVERY day of the year according to your individual statistics as listed under “Finds for Each Day of the Year” and of course for any geocachers that have already achieved a find for the 29th day in February, 64EH will be hosting an event cache.
When...6pm – 7pm Wednesday 29th of February
Where...Sturt Street McDonalds, Ballarat(we have booked the party room for this event)
Come as you are, attend as little or as long as you like, no obligation to purchase coffee, food, etc.
Leap Day, February 29, occurs once every four years.
Since the Gregorian Calendar has only been in effect since 24 February 1582, February 29 2012 is only the 104th Leap Day.
The Gregorian Calendar has an error of 27 seconds per year but is a great deal more accurate than its predecessors.
Gregorian calendar AD 1582 365.2425 days 27 seconds (1 day every 3,236 years)
Julian calendar 45 BC 365.25 days 11 minutes (1 day every 128 years)
365-day calendar – 365 days 6 hours (1 day every 4 years)
Lunar calendar ancient 12-13 moon-months variable
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