An astronomical clock is a clock with special mechanisms and dials to specific and able to tell apart from the time and date like normal watches, even information about astronomy. These items can represent the position of the Sun and moon, the specific age and phase of the Moon, the Lunar nodes, the sidereal time, the precise position of the Sun as well as other different and interesting information.
Generally the hour dial is perfectly divided into 24 sectors, used to reproduce the apparent motion of the Sun around the Earth during the day. Continue to read this simple and interesting guide to learn how to make an astronomical clock. Discover the video tutorial in PHOENIXWALLCLOCKS.
The first thing you need to do is get yourself all the tools and equipment needed to complete your astronomical clock. Usually this type of creations is just go to a hardware store and buy discarded objects, which most often are sold at discounted prices. The shape of the astronomical clock is generally circular, but if you prefer, you can make it happen with different shapes, funny and original. So, get yourself at this point the gear which will determine the size of your Dial. Subsequently the outline drawn on a wooden board and cut with special attention.
After getting the clock base, drill a small hole in the middle of it, which will be used to put your gear. Once this is done, the watch structure is ready to be decorated with the fantasy that most would, leaving dry colors applied, to insert as a last step the clock numbers. The mechanism of this astronomical clock, is to make one shot a day, to make a full turn after just one week.
The hands move on the dial, within which there are two hands, one long and one short as in a normal watch. The longest hand is used to count the days, however the shorter serves to count weeks. One full turn of the long hand corresponds to 20 days making 73 laps in 4 years, instead of one full turn of the short one corresponds to 20 weeks completing 73 laps every secular period, after which both hands will be zero.
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