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@odd We only need to make the year 120 hours longer. So if you're willing to give up total solar eclipses, all we have to do is move the Moon's orbit out just a hair, so it doesn't drag on the Earth's rotation quite as much. Add only a few minutes to each day, and we've got ourselves a 360 day year. Or you can wait only about 100 million years for the Moon to move out a little further on its own.

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