# Determine the maximum height of the midday sun in Tokyo in the days of equinoxies, winter and summer solstice.

The geographical latitude of Tokyo is φ1 = 35 ° 41 ‘.

In the days of spring and autumn equinels, the midwood height of the sun is equal to the addition of the geographical latitude of space up to 90 °, i.e. it is equal for Tokyo

Φ0_VES = φ0_OS = 90 ° – φ1 = 90 ° – 35 ° 41 ‘= 54 ° 19’.

During the winter and summer solstice, the midwood height of the sun is less or more equinone on an angle equal to the inclination of the ecliptic to the equator (23 ° 27 ‘). Then for Tokyo we have:

φ0_zim = 90 ° – φ1 – 23 ° 27 ‘= 90 ° – 35 ° 41’ – 23 ° 27 ‘= 30 ° 52’;

φ0_let = 90 ° – φ1 + 23 ° 27 ‘= 90 ° – 35 ° 41’ + 23 ° 27 ‘= 77 ° 46’.

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