Alien Planets Would Likely Have Leap Years, Too (SPACE.com)

SPACE.com - Today is a leap day, a calendar oddity that helps align our timekeeping with the orbit of the Earth around the sun. But leap day may not be restricted to the Earth — it could occur on planets around other stars as well, as long as there are beings living there to mark the days, scientists say.

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