Scientists Who Live On Space Satellite See Sunrise And Sunset 15 – 16 Times A Day

Scientists who work on space live inside large satellites.

Those scientists see the sun rising and setting for over 15 – 16 times in a day.

The Space satellite completes its full rotation around the Earth in only 92 minutes, hence the scientists see sun rise and sun set after every 45 minutes.

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