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Sunrise and Sunset - February 2017

Times in GMT

  1. R: 07:35
  S: 16:52
 H: 09:17
  2. R: 07:33
  S: 16:54
 H: 09:20
  3. R: 07:31
  S: 16:55
 H: 09:24
  4. R: 07:30
  S: 16:57
First Quarter Moon H: 09:27
  5. R: 07:28
  S: 16:59
 H: 09:30
  6. R: 07:26
  S: 17:01
 H: 09:34
  7. R: 07:25
  S: 17:03
 H: 09:38
  8. R: 07:23
  S: 17:04
 H: 09:41
  9. R: 07:21
  S: 17:06
 H: 09:45
10. R: 07:19
  S: 17:08
 H: 09:48
11. R: 07:17
  S: 17:10
Full Moon H: 09:52
12. R: 07:16
  S: 17:12
 H: 09:56
13. R: 07:14
  S: 17:14
 H: 09:59
14. R: 07:12
  S: 17:15
 H: 10:03
15. R: 07:10
  S: 17:17
 H: 10:07
16. R: 07:08
  S: 17:19
 H: 10:11
17. R: 07:06
  S: 17:21
 H: 10:14
18. R: 07:04
  S: 17:23
Last Quarter Moon H: 10:18
19. R: 07:02
  S: 17:24
 H: 10:22
20. R: 07:00
  S: 17:26
 H: 10:26
21. R: 06:58
  S: 17:28
 H: 10:30
22. R: 06:56
  S: 17:30
 H: 10:33
23. R: 06:54
  S: 17:32
 H: 10:37
24. R: 06:52
  S: 17:33
 H: 10:41
25. R: 06:50
  S: 17:35
 H: 10:45
26. R: 06:48
  S: 17:37
New Moon H: 10:49
27. R: 06:45
  S: 17:39
 H: 10:53
28. R: 06:43
  S: 17:40
 H: 10:57
Legend: R: sunrise, S: sunset, H: sunlight in hours  
Full Moon = Full Moon, Last Quarter = Last Quarter, New Moon = New Moon, First Quarter = First Quarter
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Dusk and Dawn (Notes Concerning the Zenith)

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dec. 03, 2006 → DuskDawn)
Dusk or civil dusk is the time at which the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon in the evening. At this time objects are distinguishable but there is no longer enough light to perform any outdoor activities.

Nautical dusk is 12 degrees below the horizon in the evening. At this time, objects are no longer distinguishable, and the horizon is no longer visible to the naked eye.

Astronomical dusk is the time at which the sun is 18 degrees below the horizon in the evening. At this time the sun no longer illuminates the sky.

Dusk should not be confused with sunset, which is the moment when the trailing edge of the Sun itself sinks below the horizon.
Dawn or civil dawn is the time at which the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon in the morning. Civil dawn is defined as that time at which there is enough light for objects to be distinguishable and that outdoor activities can commence.

Nautical dawn is the time at which the sun is 12 degrees below the horizon in the morning. Nautical dawn is defined as that time at which there is just enough sunlight for objects to be distinguishable.

Astronomical dawn is the time at which the sun is 18 degrees below the horizon in the morning. Astronomical dawn is that point in time at which the sun starts lightening the sky. Prior to this time, the sky is completely dark.

Dawn should not be confused with sunrise, which is the moment when the leading edge of the sun itself appears above the horizon.

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Latitude: $latitude°
Timezone: $timezone
Zenith: $zenith°
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"Date","Sunrise","Sunset","Sunlight (h)"
"Wednesday, 01. February 2017","07:35","16:52","09:17"
"Thursday, 02. February 2017","07:33","16:54","09:20"
"Friday, 03. February 2017","07:31","16:55","09:24"
"Saturday, 04. February 2017","07:30","16:57","09:27"
"Sunday, 05. February 2017","07:28","16:59","09:30"
"Monday, 06. February 2017","07:26","17:01","09:34"
"Tuesday, 07. February 2017","07:25","17:03","09:38"
"Wednesday, 08. February 2017","07:23","17:04","09:41"
"Thursday, 09. February 2017","07:21","17:06","09:45"
"Friday, 10. February 2017","07:19","17:08","09:48"
"Saturday, 11. February 2017","07:17","17:10","09:52"
"Sunday, 12. February 2017","07:16","17:12","09:56"
"Monday, 13. February 2017","07:14","17:14","09:59"
"Tuesday, 14. February 2017","07:12","17:15","10:03"
"Wednesday, 15. February 2017","07:10","17:17","10:07"
"Thursday, 16. February 2017","07:08","17:19","10:11"
"Friday, 17. February 2017","07:06","17:21","10:14"
"Saturday, 18. February 2017","07:04","17:23","10:18"
"Sunday, 19. February 2017","07:02","17:24","10:22"
"Monday, 20. February 2017","07:00","17:26","10:26"
"Tuesday, 21. February 2017","06:58","17:28","10:30"
"Wednesday, 22. February 2017","06:56","17:30","10:33"
"Thursday, 23. February 2017","06:54","17:32","10:37"
"Friday, 24. February 2017","06:52","17:33","10:41"
"Saturday, 25. February 2017","06:50","17:35","10:45"
"Sunday, 26. February 2017","06:48","17:37","10:49"
"Monday, 27. February 2017","06:45","17:39","10:53"
"Tuesday, 28. February 2017","06:43","17:40","10:57"


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