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The Second, Minute, and Hour hands are recognisable to anyone familiar with an analogue clock; where the second hand takes 1 minute to circle the clock, the Minute hand takes one hour.
The Hour hand takes 12 hours to circle and will complete its trip twice in a day, representing Ante-Meridiem and Post-Meridiem (before and after midday).
Each hand has the first letter of its name built into its design.
Around the clock are several dots representing the days in the current month; when the Day hand points at a dot it is midnight of that day - it takes one calendar month to complete its cycle. The Day hand is modelled after the Moon; the lunar orbit is 27 days meaning this hand takes slightly longer to complete its journey than our closest celestial neighbour.
The Month hand shows our progression through each calendar month, with the marks usually reserved for hours also representing the first day of each of the 12 months. While Months are named after the Moon, the Month hand is modelled after the Sun, around which we take 12 months to orbit.
Where Month hand takes 1 year to complete its circle, the Year hand will take 12 years, and will not reach the top of the clock until October 8th, 2030. The hour marks here represent the anniversary of the IPCC report, while smaller marks also show New Year's Eve of each year. The Year hand's simple design and deep red colour is similar to that of a pressure gague, stopwatch, or thermometer.