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That depends on your latitude. It's a different number for every angle between

the equator and a pole.

For example:

-- Let's say we refer the discussion to the northern Hemisphere, so the 'Summer' Solstice

is the one on June 21.

-- At the north Pole on June 21, there hasn't been a sunset for 3 months, and

there won't be one for another 3 months. So no daylight is lost per day at the

north pole.

-- On the equator after June 21, there will actually be a few more minutes of daylight

each day, until September 21.

Q: How many minutes per day are lost after the summer solstace?

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2.6 hours = 2.6*60 minutes = 156 minutes = 156*60 seconds = 9360 seconds.

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75 days 1800 hours 108,000 minutes 6,480,000 seconds

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Approximately 4 minutes per day up to the summer solstice... then the day reduces by 4 minutes to the winter solstice.

No matter where you are on the planet - the day lengthens by four minutes each day, after the winter equinox, up to the summer solstice.

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It depends on what part of Texas and how long after summer solstice. Could be a very few seconds to over a couple of hours.

there are 129,600 minutes in summer

2.6 hours = 2.6*60 minutes = 156 minutes = 156*60 seconds = 9360 seconds.