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  • * The Martian year (called [[mir]]) is divided into 24 months of approximately equal dura * The year is 668 martian sols long
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  • ..."length unit", a "weight unit", are defined to fit the requirements of the Martian environment, and are structured to avoid the conflicts of commercial versus ...ttp://www.g8wrb.org/data/HP/The_Science_Of_Timekeeping.pdf The Science of Timekeeping]. It took them three years to decide that 9 192 631 770 periods of the Cesi
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  • ...e. For example, it needs to be consider that a Martian [[mir]] is 668.5907 martian days (per vernal equinox year). * [http://pweb.jps.net/~tgangale/mars/index.htm Martian Time]
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  • <li>[[Martian pyramid]]</li> <li>[[Mars timekeeping]]</li>
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  • ...t it's too late to change it). The 0 date for the Weitian Calendar is the martian Perihelion directly preceeding the 1976 [[Viking Probes]]. That is 6/13/19 Examples: The shorthand for the the 11th of the month Ignus, in the 10th martian year, would be
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