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What is a leap year?
If leap years didn't exist, our calendar and the seasons would fall out of whack.
What Is a Leap Year?
You probably know that 2012 is a leap year. And that means that this year we get an extra day on February 29th. Great--an extra day. Who really cares? Well, ...
How leap year works
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What is a Leap Year?
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Learn About Leap Year and When the Next Leap Year Will Be
Leap Year is the traditional time that women can propose marriage. The next leap year will be in 2020.
Why Is There a Leap Year?
The Earth's imperfect path around the sun leads to an extra day every four years. Dot Physics blogger Rhett Allain explains how leap years work -- and why there should be more of them.
How to Make the Most of the Leap Year
A Leap Year, every four years, was devised by scientists in 1582 to keep our modern Gregorian calendar in alignment with the Earth's revolutions around the sun.
Leap year flight of fancy: how to remake the calendar with no leap day
Two professors, an astrophysicist and an economist, propose junking the leap day dependent Gregorian Calendar for a 364-day (52-week) year and a leap week every once in a while.
How Do You Celebrate A Leap Year Birthday?
Monday is leap day. We hear from people born on Feb. 29 about how they celebrate their birthday.
Leap year: 10 things about 29 February
The "leap day" of 29 February exists for purely astronomical reasons, but has always prompted less scientific curiosities.
Why do we have leap year?
Nearly every four years, we add an extra day to the calendar in the form of February 29, also known as Leap Day. Put simply, these additiona...
Here's What Leap Year May Mean For the Market
Only 18th time on record market was open on Feb. 29.
How leap year babies celebrate their birthdays
This February 29 will mark my seventh birthday. You may find that statement confusing, given that I'm an adult woman.
What Is a Leap Year and Why Do We Have It?
2016 is a leap year. But what exactly is a leap year, and how did it come about? Where did the custom of "ladies' privilege" come from?
Top 5 leap year "tails" of all time
Warning: The cats and dogs you're about to witness have taken extreme leaps of faith and lived to bark or purr about it.
CPNP 2019: Capping off an Amazing Presidential Year
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WATCH: Why Do We Have Leap Year?
Once every four years in February, we're rewarded with a little gift: an extra day at the end of the month before we have to pay the rent. And for about ...
It's a leap year but why do we have them?
We will have an extra day in February in 2016, but why is it a leap year? And where did the idea come from? Here's everything you need to know about the extra day this month