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*He also quotes Rabbi Tukachinsky who held like the opinion of 90 minutes.
*[ Rav Hershel Schachter on] (min 65-7) says that we assume that [[Olot HaShachar]] depends on degrees below horizon and the specific times vary according to one’s location. Similarly, [ Rav Yisrael Belsky] (OU Kosher Webcast, 2011, min 19-21) mentioned in passing that [[Olot HaShachar]] is assumed to be 72 minutes before sunrise, varying according to the longitude and latitude.</ref>
# According to Sepharadim, Alot HaShachar is 72 minutes before sunrise.<ref> Yalkut Yosef, and these Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, Siman 58, Seif 3. </ref> These minutes are proportional to the length of the day.<ref> Yalkut Yosef, Kitzur Shulchan AruchPesuke DeZimra and Keriat Shema, pages 432-433 based on Rambam, Perush Mishnayot, Masechet Berachot, Perek 1 and Rambam, Pe'er HaDor, Siman 58, Seif 3 44. Rambam writes that Hazal are always referring to [[shaot zmaniot]] when they mention hours. </ref>

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