The Moon Needs Its Own Time Zone, Here’s Why

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The Moon rotates super slowly, taking about 27 Earth days to complete one spin. This means that in one lunar day, you’d experience scorching hot sun for about two weeks, followed by frigid darkness for the same amount of time. So, without its own time zone, lunar colonists would have to endure these extreme temperature swings, which isn’t exactly ideal for, you know, living comfortably. Having a separate moon time zone allows for a more balanced schedule and helps regulate activities during the moon’s day and night.


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