Flag for U.S.A. Miami, U.S.A. — Sunrise, sunset and daylength, December 2012

Daylight

7:06 AM – 5:38 PM
10 hours, 32 minutes

Current Time: Dec 27, 2014 at 10:55:11 PM

Sun Direction: 273° West

Sun Altitude: -70.3°

Sun Distance: 91.423 million mi


Next Equinox: Mar 20, 2015 6:44 PM (Vernal)

Sunrise Today: 7:06 AM 116° Southeast

Sunset Today: 5:38 PM 244° Southwest

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December 2012 — Sun in Miami

2012Sunrise/setDaylengthAstro.
Twilight
Naut.
Twilight
Civil
Twilight
Solar noon
DecSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:51 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:38:31−0:405:30 AM6:51 PM5:58 AM6:23 PM6:26 AM5:54 PM12:10 PM (42.3°)91.650
26:52 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:37:52−0:395:30 AM6:51 PM5:58 AM6:23 PM6:27 AM5:54 PM12:11 PM (42.2°)91.636
36:52 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:37:15−0:375:31 AM6:51 PM5:59 AM6:23 PM6:27 AM5:54 PM12:11 PM (42.0°)91.622
46:53 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:36:39−0:355:31 AM6:51 PM5:59 AM6:23 PM6:28 AM5:55 PM12:11 PM (41.9°)91.609
56:54 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:36:06−0:335:32 AM6:51 PM6:00 AM6:23 PM6:29 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.8°)91.597
66:54 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:34−0:315:33 AM6:52 PM6:01 AM6:23 PM6:29 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.6°)91.585
76:55 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:04−0:295:33 AM6:52 PM6:01 AM6:24 PM6:30 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.5°)91.573
86:56 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:34:36−0:275:34 AM6:52 PM6:02 AM6:24 PM6:31 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.4°)91.561
96:56 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:34:10−0:265:35 AM6:52 PM6:03 AM6:24 PM6:31 AM5:56 PM12:13 PM (41.3°)91.550
106:57 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:47−0:235:35 AM6:53 PM6:03 AM6:25 PM6:32 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.2°)91.540
116:58 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:25−0:215:36 AM6:53 PM6:04 AM6:25 PM6:33 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.2°)91.529
126:58 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:06−0:195:36 AM6:53 PM6:04 AM6:25 PM6:33 AM5:57 PM12:15 PM (41.1°)91.519
136:59 AM (115°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:48−0:175:37 AM6:54 PM6:05 AM6:26 PM6:34 AM5:57 PM12:15 PM (41.0°)91.510
147:00 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:32−0:155:37 AM6:54 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:34 AM5:57 PM12:16 PM (41.0°)91.500
157:00 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:19−0:135:38 AM6:55 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:35 AM5:58 PM12:16 PM (40.9°)91.491
167:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:32:08−0:115:39 AM6:55 PM6:07 AM6:27 PM6:36 AM5:58 PM12:17 PM (40.9°)91.482
177:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:31:59−0:095:39 AM6:55 PM6:07 AM6:27 PM6:36 AM5:58 PM12:17 PM (40.9°)91.474
187:02 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:52−0:065:40 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:28 PM6:37 AM5:59 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.466
197:02 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:47−0:045:40 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:28 PM6:37 AM5:59 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.458
207:03 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°)91.451
217:03 AM (116°)5:35 PM (244°)10:31:44< 1s5:41 AM6:57 PM6:09 AM6:29 PM6:38 AM6:00 PM12:19 PM (40.8°)91.444
227:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:45+0:015:42 AM6:58 PM6:10 AM6:30 PM6:39 AM6:01 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.438
237:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:49+0:035:42 AM6:58 PM6:10 AM6:30 PM6:39 AM6:01 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.432
247:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:31:55+0:055:43 AM6:59 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:40 AM6:02 PM12:21 PM (40.8°)91.427
257:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:32:03+0:085:43 AM6:59 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:40 AM6:03 PM12:21 PM (40.9°)91.422
267:06 AM (116°)5:38 PM (244°)10:32:13+0:105:44 AM7:00 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:40 AM6:03 PM12:22 PM (40.9°)91.418
277:06 AM (116°)5:38 PM (244°)10:32:26+0:125:44 AM7:01 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:22 PM (41.0°)91.415
287:06 AM (116°)5:39 PM (244°)10:32:40+0:145:44 AM7:01 PM6:13 AM6:33 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:23 PM (41.0°)91.412
297:07 AM (115°)5:40 PM (245°)10:32:57+0:165:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:34 PM6:42 AM6:05 PM12:23 PM (41.1°)91.410
307:07 AM (115°)5:40 PM (245°)10:33:16+0:185:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:34 PM6:42 AM6:06 PM12:24 PM (41.1°)91.408
317:07 AM (115°)5:41 PM (245°)10:33:36+0:205:45 AM7:03 PM6:14 AM6:35 PM6:42 AM6:06 PM12:24 PM (41.2°)91.407
* All times are in local Miami time.

December Solstice (Winter Solstice) is on Friday, December 21, 2012 at 6:12 AM 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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