Flag for U.S.A. Miami, U.S.A. — Sunrise, sunset and daylength, December 2013

Daylight

6:30 AM – 8:06 PM
13 hours, 35 minutes

Current Time: May 28, 2015 at 5:07:58 AM

Sun Direction: 55° Northeast

Sun Altitude: -17.0°

Sun Distance: 14,091,170,816 million mi


Next Solstice: Jun 21, 2015 12:39 PM (Summer)

Sunrise Today: 6:30 AM 66° East

Sunset Today: 8:06 PM 294° Northwest

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December 2013 — Sun in Miami

2013Sunrise/setDaylengthAstro.
Twilight
Naut.
Twilight
Civil
Twilight
Solar noon
DecSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:51 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:38:41−0:415:29 AM6:51 PM5:57 AM6:23 PM6:26 AM5:54 PM12:10 PM (42.3°)91.657
26:51 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:38:02−0:395:30 AM6:51 PM5:58 AM6:23 PM6:26 AM5:54 PM12:10 PM (42.2°)91.642
36:52 AM (114°)5:29 PM (246°)10:37:24−0:375:31 AM6:51 PM5:59 AM6:23 PM6:27 AM5:54 PM12:11 PM (42.0°)91.628
46:53 AM (114°)5:30 PM (245°)10:36:48−0:355:31 AM6:51 PM5:59 AM6:23 PM6:28 AM5:55 PM12:11 PM (41.9°)91.614
56:53 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:36:14−0:345:32 AM6:51 PM6:00 AM6:23 PM6:28 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.8°)91.600
66:54 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:42−0:325:33 AM6:51 PM6:01 AM6:23 PM6:29 AM5:55 PM12:12 PM (41.7°)91.587
76:55 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:35:12−0:305:33 AM6:52 PM6:01 AM6:24 PM6:30 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.6°)91.574
86:56 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:34:43−0:285:34 AM6:52 PM6:02 AM6:24 PM6:30 AM5:55 PM12:13 PM (41.5°)91.561
96:56 AM (115°)5:30 PM (245°)10:34:17−0:265:34 AM6:52 PM6:03 AM6:24 PM6:31 AM5:56 PM12:13 PM (41.4°)91.549
106:57 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:53−0:245:35 AM6:53 PM6:03 AM6:24 PM6:32 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.3°)91.537
116:57 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:30−0:225:36 AM6:53 PM6:04 AM6:25 PM6:32 AM5:56 PM12:14 PM (41.2°)91.526
126:58 AM (115°)5:31 PM (245°)10:33:10−0:205:36 AM6:53 PM6:04 AM6:25 PM6:33 AM5:56 PM12:15 PM (41.1°)91.515
136:59 AM (115°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:52−0:185:37 AM6:54 PM6:05 AM6:25 PM6:34 AM5:57 PM12:15 PM (41.0°)91.505
146:59 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:36−0:165:37 AM6:54 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:34 AM5:57 PM12:16 PM (41.0°)91.495
157:00 AM (116°)5:32 PM (244°)10:32:22−0:135:38 AM6:54 PM6:06 AM6:26 PM6:35 AM5:58 PM12:16 PM (40.9°)91.486
167:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:32:11−0:115:38 AM6:55 PM6:07 AM6:27 PM6:35 AM5:58 PM12:17 PM (40.9°)91.477
177:01 AM (116°)5:33 PM (244°)10:32:01−0:095:39 AM6:55 PM6:07 AM6:27 PM6:36 AM5:58 PM12:17 PM (40.9°)91.469
187:02 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:53−0:075:40 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:28 PM6:36 AM5:59 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.461
197:02 AM (116°)5:34 PM (244°)10:31:48−0:055:40 AM6:56 PM6:08 AM6:28 PM6:37 AM5:59 PM12:18 PM (40.8°)91.454
207:03 AM (116°)5:35 PM (244°)10:31:45−0:035:41 AM6:57 PM6:09 AM6:28 PM6:38 AM6:00 PM12:19 PM (40.8°)91.448
217:03 AM (116°)5:35 PM (244°)10:31:44−0:015:41 AM6:57 PM6:09 AM6:29 PM6:38 AM6:00 PM12:19 PM (40.8°)91.442
227:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:45+0:015:42 AM6:58 PM6:10 AM6:29 PM6:39 AM6:01 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.436
237:04 AM (116°)5:36 PM (244°)10:31:48+0:035:42 AM6:58 PM6:10 AM6:30 PM6:39 AM6:01 PM12:20 PM (40.8°)91.431
247:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:31:54+0:055:43 AM6:59 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:39 AM6:02 PM12:21 PM (40.8°)91.427
257:05 AM (116°)5:37 PM (244°)10:32:01+0:075:43 AM6:59 PM6:11 AM6:31 PM6:40 AM6:02 PM12:21 PM (40.9°)91.423
267:06 AM (116°)5:38 PM (244°)10:32:11+0:095:43 AM7:00 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:40 AM6:03 PM12:22 PM (40.9°)91.420
277:06 AM (116°)5:38 PM (244°)10:32:23+0:115:44 AM7:00 PM6:12 AM6:32 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:22 PM (40.9°)91.417
287:06 AM (116°)5:39 PM (244°)10:32:37+0:145:44 AM7:01 PM6:12 AM6:33 PM6:41 AM6:04 PM12:23 PM (41.0°)91.414
297:07 AM (115°)5:40 PM (245°)10:32:53+0:165:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:33 PM6:42 AM6:05 PM12:23 PM (41.0°)91.412
307:07 AM (115°)5:40 PM (245°)10:33:11+0:185:45 AM7:02 PM6:13 AM6:34 PM6:42 AM6:05 PM12:24 PM (41.1°)91.411
317:07 AM (115°)5:41 PM (245°)10:33:31+0:205:45 AM7:03 PM6:14 AM6:35 PM6:42 AM6:06 PM12:24 PM (41.2°)91.409
* All times are local time for Miami. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

December Solstice (Winter Solstice) is on Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 12:12 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.

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