How long does it take for the Sun to move due to its annual movement along the ecliptic in an arc equal

How long does it take for the Sun to move due to its annual movement along the ecliptic in an arc equal to its angular diameter (about 30 ¢)?

360 * 60/30 = 720 part of the year, that is, approximately 12 hours.

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