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Actually, the tilt of the earth does not significantly affect the number of daylight hours at the equator. Throughout the year–at and between the December Solstice, March Equinox, June Solstice, and September Equinox–the equator consistently gets 12 hours of sunlight, give or take a few minutes. Check out this sunrise/sunset calculator: test it for December 2012, at Quito, Ecuador.
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