Flag for U.S.A. Miami, U.S.A. — Sunrise, sunset and daylength, December 2015

Daylight

6:33 AM – 8:16 PM
13 hours, 43 minutes

Current Time: Jun 30, 2015 at 8:48:46 PM

Sun Direction: 300° Northwest

Sun Altitude: -7.3°

Sun Distance: 14,137,060,352 million mi


Next Equinox: Sep 23, 2015 4:21 AM (Autumnal)

Sunrise Today: 6:33 AM 64° Northeast

Sunset Today: 8:16 PM 296° Northwest

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December 2015 — Sun in Miami

2015Sunrise/setDaylengthAstro.
Twilight
Naut.
Twilight
Civil
Twilight
Solar noon
DecSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:50 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:39:02−0:425:29 AM6:50 PM5:57 AM6:23 PM6:25 AM5:54 PM12:10 PM (42.4°)91.660
26:51 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:38:21−0:405:30 AM6:51 PM5:58 AM6:23 PM6:26 AM5:54 PM12:10 PM (42.3°)91.645
36:52 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:37:42−0:385:30 AM6:51 PM5:58 AM6:23 PM6:27 AM5:54 PM12:11 PM (42.1°)91.632
46:52 AM (114°)5:30 PM (246°)10:37:06−0:365:31 AM6:51 PM5:59 AM6:23 PM6:27 AM5:54 PM12:11 PM (42.0°)91.618
56:53 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:36:31−0:345:32 AM6:51 PM6:00 AM6:23 PM6:28 AM5:55 PM12:11 PM (41.8°)91.605
66:54 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:57−0:335:32 AM6:51 PM6:00 AM6:23 PM6:29 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.7°)91.593
76:54 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:26−0:315:33 AM6:52 PM6:01 AM6:24 PM6:29 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.6°)91.580
86:55 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:34:57−0:295:33 AM6:52 PM6:02 AM6:24 PM6:30 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.5°)91.568
96:56 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:34:30−0:275:34 AM6:52 PM6:02 AM6:24 PM6:31 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.4°)91.557
106:57 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:34:05−0:255:35 AM6:52 PM6:03 AM6:24 PM6:31 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.3°)91.545
116:57 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:41−0:235:35 AM6:53 PM6:03 AM6:25 PM6:32 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.2°)91.534
126:58 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:20−0:215:36 AM6:53 PM6:04 AM6:25 PM6:33 AM5:56 PM12:15 PM (41.1°)91.524
136:58 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:01−0:195:36 AM6:53 PM6:05 AM6:25 PM6:33 AM5:57 PM12:15 PM (41.1°)91.513
146:59 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:44−0:175:37 AM6:54 PM6:05 AM6:26 PM6:34 AM5:57 PM12:15 PM (41.0°)91.503
157:00 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:29−0:155:38 AM6:54 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:35 AM5:57 PM12:16 PM (41.0°)91.494
167:00 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:32:16−0:125:38 AM6:55 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:35 AM5:58 PM12:16 PM (40.9°)91.484
177:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:32:06−0:105:39 AM6:55 PM6:07 AM6:27 PM6:36 AM5:58 PM12:17 PM (40.9°)91.475
187:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:31:57−0:085:39 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:27 PM6:36 AM5:59 PM12:17 PM (40.8°)91.467
197:02 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:51−0:065:40 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:28 PM6:37 AM5:59 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.459
207:03 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:46−0:045:40 AM6:56 PM6:09 AM6:28 PM6:37 AM6:00 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.451
217:03 AM (116°)5:35 PM (244°)10:31:44−0:025:41 AM6:57 PM6:09 AM6:29 PM6:38 AM6:00 PM12:19 PM (40.8°)91.444
227:04 AM (116°)5:35 PM (244°)10:31:44< 1s5:41 AM6:57 PM6:10 AM6:29 PM6:38 AM6:00 PM12:19 PM (40.8°)91.437
237:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:46+0:025:42 AM6:58 PM6:10 AM6:30 PM6:39 AM6:01 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.431
247:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:51+0:045:42 AM6:58 PM6:11 AM6:30 PM6:39 AM6:02 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.426
257:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:31:57+0:065:43 AM6:59 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:40 AM6:02 PM12:21 PM (40.8°)91.421
267:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:32:06+0:085:43 AM7:00 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:40 AM6:03 PM12:21 PM (40.9°)91.417
277:06 AM (116°)5:38 PM (244°)10:32:17+0:105:44 AM7:00 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:41 AM6:03 PM12:22 PM (40.9°)91.414
287:06 AM (116°)5:39 PM (244°)10:32:30+0:125:44 AM7:01 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:22 PM (41.0°)91.411
297:06 AM (116°)5:39 PM (244°)10:32:45+0:155:44 AM7:01 PM6:13 AM6:33 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:23 PM (41.0°)91.408
307:07 AM (115°)5:40 PM (245°)10:33:02+0:175:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:34 PM6:42 AM6:05 PM12:23 PM (41.1°)91.406
317:07 AM (115°)5:41 PM (245°)10:33:21+0:195:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:34 PM6:42 AM6:06 PM12:24 PM (41.2°)91.405
* All times are local time for Miami. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

December Solstice (Winter Solstice) is on Monday, December 21, 2015 at 11:49 PM in Miami. This day is 3 hours, 13 minutes shorter than on June Solstice. In most locations north of Equator, the shortest day of the year is around this date.

Why is the earliest sunset not on Winter Solstice?

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