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Moon: 57.0%

Waning Gibbous

Current Time: Jan 18, 2017 at 11:59:40 pm


Sunrise Today: 7:31 am 118° Southeast
Sunset Today: 4:59 pm 242° Southwest


Moonrise Today: 11:52 pm 97° East
Moonset Today: 11:01 am 266° West


Daylight Hours: 9 hours, 27 minutes (+1m 49s)

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Today's Sun Position in Syracuse

The Sun's altitude in Syracuse today. The horizontal line signifies the horizon, the vertical lines show the times of sunrise and sunset. Altitude and heading are displayed in a separate box. The graph defaults to current time. Hover over it to select a different time. How to use this

Sun's current position over Earth

11:59 pm

Altitude

-67.0°

Heading

351° N

Phase

Night

Day length

9h 27m 51s

Change since

Yesterday: +1m 49s

Winter: +27m 57s

Summer: -5h 54m

Night, Twilight, and Daylight Times in Syracuse Today

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Day, night, and twilight times in Syracuse today. Black is nighttime, light blue is daytime. The darker blue shadings represent the twilight phases during dawn (left) and dusk (right). Hover over the graph for more information. How to use this

Night12:00 am – 5:51 am
Astro. Twilight5:51 am – 6:25 am
Nautical Twilight6:25 am – 7:00 am
Civil Twilight7:00 am – 7:31 am
Daylight7:31 am – 4:59 pm
Civil Twilight4:59 pm – 5:30 pm
Nautical Twilight5:30 pm – 6:05 pm
Astro. Twilight6:05 pm – 6:39 pm
Night6:39 pm – 11:59 pm

Sun in Syracuse - Next 7 Days

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2017Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthSolar Noon
JanSunriseSunsetLengthDifferenceTimeMil. mi
Jan 187:31 am4:59 pm9:27:51+1:4912:15 pm (26.6°)91.458
Jan 197:31 am5:00 pm9:29:44+1:5212:15 pm (26.8°)91.466
Jan 207:30 am5:02 pm9:31:39+1:5512:16 pm (27.0°)91.475
Jan 217:29 am5:03 pm9:33:38+1:5812:16 pm (27.2°)91.484
Jan 227:29 am5:04 pm9:35:39+2:0112:16 pm (27.5°)91.493
Jan 237:28 am5:06 pm9:37:43+2:0312:17 pm (27.7°)91.503
Jan 247:27 am5:07 pm9:39:49+2:0612:17 pm (27.9°)91.513
* All times are local time for Syracuse. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

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Equinoxes & Solstices 2017

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2017DateTime
March EquinoxMar 206:29 am
June SolsticeJun 2112:24 am
September EquinoxSep 224:02 pm
December SolsticeDec 2111:28 am
* All times are local Syracuse time.

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Today's Moon in Syracuse

The Moon's path in Syracuse today. The horizontal line signifies the horizon, the vertical lines show times and headings of moonrise and moonset. The graph defaults to current time. Hover over it to select a different time. How to use this

Year 2017 Moon Phases

11:59 pm

Altitude

0.9°

Heading

98° E

Phase

Waning Gibbous

Percent illuminated

57.0%

Moon in Syracuse - Next 7 days

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2017Moonrise/MoonsetMeridian Passing
JanMoonriseMoonsetMoonriseTimeDistance (mi)Illumination
Jan 18-11:01 am11:52 pm5:01 am(44.6°)246,54364.5%
Jan 19-11:29 am-5:44 am(40.6°)248,99754.7%
Jan 2012:51 am11:59 am-6:28 am(36.9°)250,67344.9%
Jan 211:48 am12:30 pm-7:12 am(33.6°)251,50435.4%
Jan 222:45 am1:04 pm-7:57 am(30.9°)251,49626.4%
Jan 233:40 am1:43 pm-8:43 am(28.9°)250,71718.3%
Jan 244:34 am2:26 pm-9:31 am(27.6°)249,28911.3%
* All times are local time for Syracuse. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Illumination is calculated at lunar noon.

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Planets Visible in the Sky in Syracuse This Coming Night

 Planetrise/Planetset, Wed, Jan 18, 2017
PlanetRiseSetMeridianComment
MercuryThu 5:57 amThu 3:07 pmThu 10:32 amSlightly difficult to see
VenusThu 9:34 amThu 9:03 pmThu 3:18 pmGreat visibility
MarsThu 9:53 amThu 9:37 pmThu 3:45 pmAverage visiblity
JupiterThu 12:00 midnightThu 11:08 amThu 5:34 amPerfect visibility
SaturnThu 5:05 amThu 2:14 pmThu 9:39 amAverage visiblity
UranusThu 10:54 amThu 11:55 pmThu 5:24 pmDifficult to see
NeptuneThu 9:25 amThu 8:25 pmThu 2:55 pmVery difficult to see
* All times are local time for Syracuse.

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