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Solstices & Equinoxes for Ulaanbaatar (2000—2049)

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  • Current Season

     Winter 2019-2020

    Winter 2019-2020

    Start (December Solstice)
    22 Dec12:19
    Duration 88 days, 23 hrs, 30 mins
  • Next Season

     Spring 2020

    Spring 2020

    Start (March Equinox)
    20 Mar11:49
    Duration92 days, 17 hrs, 54 mins
  •  Summer 2020

    Summer 2020

    Start (June Solstice)
    21 Jun05:43
    Duration 93 days, 15 hrs, 46 mins
  •  Autumn 2020

    Autumn 2020

    Start (September Equinox)
    22 Sep21:30
    Duration 89 days, 20 hrs, 31 mins

Countries define seasons differently. This calculator refers to astronomical seasons, not meteorological seasons. All times are local time for Ulaanbaatar.

Solstices & Equinoxes for Ulaanbaatar

YearMarch EquinoxJune SolsticeSeptember EquinoxDecember Solstice
2000Mar 203:35 pm ULATJun 219:47 am ULATSep 231:27 am ULATDec 219:37 pm ULAT
2001Mar 209:30 pm ULATJun 214:37 pm ULASTSep 238:04 am ULASTDec 223:21 am ULAT
2002Mar 213:16 am ULATJun 2110:24 pm ULASTSep 231:55 pm ULASTDec 229:14 am ULAT
2003Mar 218:59 am ULATJun 224:10 am ULASTSep 237:46 pm ULASTDec 223:03 pm ULAT
2004Mar 202:48 pm ULATJun 219:56 am ULASTSep 231:29 am ULASTDec 218:41 pm ULAT
2005Mar 208:33 pm ULATJun 213:46 pm ULASTSep 237:23 am ULASTDec 222:34 am ULAT
2006Mar 212:25 am ULATJun 219:25 pm ULASTSep 231:03 pm ULASTDec 228:22 am ULAT
2007Mar 218:07 am ULATJun 222:06 am ULATSep 235:51 pm ULATDec 222:07 pm ULAT
2008Mar 201:48 pm ULATJun 217:59 am ULATSep 2211:44 pm ULATDec 218:03 pm ULAT
2009Mar 207:43 pm ULATJun 211:45 pm ULATSep 235:18 am ULATDec 221:46 am ULAT
2010Mar 211:32 am ULATJun 217:28 pm ULATSep 2311:08 am ULATDec 227:38 am ULAT
2011Mar 217:20 am ULATJun 221:16 am ULATSep 235:04 pm ULATDec 221:30 pm ULAT
2012Mar 201:14 pm ULATJun 217:08 am ULATSep 2210:48 pm ULATDec 217:11 pm ULAT
2013Mar 207:01 pm ULATJun 211:03 pm ULATSep 234:44 am ULATDec 221:11 am ULAT
2014Mar 2112:57 am ULATJun 216:51 pm ULATSep 2310:29 am ULATDec 227:03 am ULAT
2015Mar 216:45 am ULATJun 221:37 am ULASTSep 235:20 pm ULASTDec 2212:47 pm ULAT
2016Mar 2012:30 pm ULATJun 217:34 am ULASTSep 2211:21 pm ULASTDec 216:44 pm ULAT
2017Mar 206:28 pm ULATJun 2112:24 pm ULATSep 234:01 am ULATDec 2212:27 am ULAT
2018Mar 2112:15 am ULATJun 216:07 pm ULATSep 239:54 am ULATDec 226:22 am ULAT
2019Mar 215:58 am ULATJun 2111:54 pm ULATSep 233:50 pm ULATDec 2212:19 pm ULAT
2020Mar 2011:49 am ULATJun 215:43 am ULATSep 229:30 pm ULATDec 216:02 pm ULAT
2021Mar 205:37 pm ULATJun 2111:32 am ULATSep 233:21 am ULATDec 2111:59 pm ULAT
2022Mar 2011:33 pm ULATJun 215:13 pm ULATSep 239:03 am ULATDec 225:48 am ULAT
2023Mar 215:24 am ULATJun 2110:57 pm ULATSep 232:49 pm ULATDec 2211:27 am ULAT
2024Mar 2011:06 am ULATJun 214:50 am ULATSep 228:43 pm ULATDec 215:20 pm ULAT
2025Mar 205:01 pm ULATJun 2110:42 am ULATSep 232:19 am ULATDec 2111:03 pm ULAT
2026Mar 2010:45 pm ULATJun 214:24 pm ULATSep 238:05 am ULATDec 224:50 am ULAT
2027Mar 214:24 am ULATJun 2110:10 pm ULATSep 232:01 pm ULATDec 2210:42 am ULAT
2028Mar 2010:17 am ULATJun 214:01 am ULATSep 227:45 pm ULATDec 214:19 pm ULAT
2029Mar 204:02 pm ULATJun 219:48 am ULATSep 231:38 am ULATDec 2110:14 pm ULAT
2030Mar 209:51 pm ULATJun 213:31 pm ULATSep 237:26 am ULATDec 224:09 am ULAT
2031Mar 213:41 am ULATJun 219:17 pm ULATSep 231:15 pm ULATDec 229:55 am ULAT
2032Mar 209:21 am ULATJun 213:08 am ULATSep 227:10 pm ULATDec 213:55 pm ULAT
2033Mar 203:22 pm ULATJun 219:01 am ULATSep 2312:51 am ULATDec 219:45 pm ULAT
2034Mar 209:17 pm ULATJun 212:44 pm ULATSep 236:39 am ULATDec 223:33 am ULAT
2035Mar 213:02 am ULATJun 218:33 pm ULATSep 2312:38 pm ULATDec 229:30 am ULAT
2036Mar 209:02 am ULATJun 212:32 am ULATSep 226:23 pm ULATDec 213:12 pm ULAT
2037Mar 202:50 pm ULATJun 218:22 am ULATSep 2312:13 am ULATDec 219:07 pm ULAT
2038Mar 208:40 pm ULATJun 212:09 pm ULATSep 236:02 am ULATDec 223:02 am ULAT
2039Mar 212:31 am ULATJun 217:57 pm ULATSep 2311:49 am ULATDec 228:40 am ULAT
2040Mar 208:11 am ULATJun 211:46 am ULATSep 225:44 pm ULATDec 212:32 pm ULAT
2041Mar 202:06 pm ULATJun 217:35 am ULATSep 2211:26 pm ULATDec 218:18 pm ULAT
2042Mar 207:53 pm ULATJun 211:15 pm ULATSep 235:11 am ULATDec 222:04 am ULAT
2043Mar 211:27 am ULATJun 216:58 pm ULATSep 2311:06 am ULATDec 228:01 am ULAT
2044Mar 207:20 am ULATJun 2112:51 am ULATSep 224:47 pm ULATDec 211:43 pm ULAT
2045Mar 201:07 pm ULATJun 216:33 am ULATSep 2210:32 pm ULATDec 217:35 pm ULAT
2046Mar 206:57 pm ULATJun 2112:14 pm ULATSep 234:21 am ULATDec 221:28 am ULAT
2047Mar 2112:52 am ULATJun 216:03 pm ULATSep 2310:08 am ULATDec 227:07 am ULAT
2048Mar 206:33 am ULATJun 2011:53 pm ULATSep 224:00 pm ULATDec 211:02 pm ULAT
2049Mar 2012:28 pm ULATJun 215:47 am ULATSep 229:42 pm ULATDec 216:52 pm ULAT
* All times are local time for Ulaanbaatar. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Times adjusted for DST if applicable. Current year is highlighted.

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A crocus in the spring Sun.

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The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is in June, while in the Southern Hemisphere, it's in December. More

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