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Red Mesa, Utah, USA — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, September 2021

Daylight

7:01 am – 7:21 pm
12 hours, 20 minutes

Current Time: Sep 17, 2021 at 11:39:17 am
Sun Direction: 143° Southeast
Sun Altitude: 49.0°
Sun Distance: 93.416 million mi
Next Equinox: Sep 22, 2021 1:21 pm (Autumnal)
Sunrise Today: 7:01 am 87° East
Sunset Today: 7:21 pm 273° West
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2021 Sun Graph for Red Mesa

September 2021 — Sun in Red Mesa

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2021Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
SepSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:48 am (79°)7:45 pm (281°)12:56:46−2:155:17 am9:15 pm5:50 am8:43 pm6:21 am8:11 pm1:17 pm (61.0°)93.801
26:49 am (80°)7:43 pm (280°)12:54:30−2:165:18 am9:13 pm5:51 am8:41 pm6:22 am8:10 pm1:16 pm (60.6°)93.779
36:50 am (80°)7:42 pm (280°)12:52:14−2:165:19 am9:12 pm5:52 am8:40 pm6:23 am8:08 pm1:16 pm (60.3°)93.757
46:50 am (81°)7:40 pm (279°)12:49:57−2:175:20 am9:10 pm5:53 am8:38 pm6:24 am8:07 pm1:16 pm (59.9°)93.734
56:51 am (81°)7:39 pm (279°)12:47:39−2:175:22 am9:08 pm5:54 am8:36 pm6:25 am8:05 pm1:15 pm (59.5°)93.712
66:52 am (82°)7:37 pm (278°)12:45:22−2:175:23 am9:07 pm5:55 am8:35 pm6:26 am8:04 pm1:15 pm (59.2°)93.688
76:53 am (82°)7:36 pm (278°)12:43:04−2:175:24 am9:05 pm5:56 am8:33 pm6:27 am8:02 pm1:15 pm (58.8°)93.665
86:54 am (82°)7:34 pm (277°)12:40:45−2:185:25 am9:03 pm5:56 am8:32 pm6:27 am8:01 pm1:14 pm (58.4°)93.641
96:54 am (83°)7:33 pm (277°)12:38:27−2:185:26 am9:02 pm5:57 am8:30 pm6:28 am7:59 pm1:14 pm (58.0°)93.617
106:55 am (83°)7:31 pm (276°)12:36:08−2:185:27 am9:00 pm5:58 am8:28 pm6:29 am7:58 pm1:14 pm (57.6°)93.592
116:56 am (84°)7:30 pm (276°)12:33:49−2:195:28 am8:58 pm5:59 am8:27 pm6:30 am7:56 pm1:13 pm (57.3°)93.568
126:57 am (84°)7:28 pm (275°)12:31:30−2:195:29 am8:56 pm6:00 am8:25 pm6:31 am7:54 pm1:13 pm (56.9°)93.542
136:58 am (85°)7:27 pm (275°)12:29:10−2:195:30 am8:55 pm6:01 am8:24 pm6:32 am7:53 pm1:13 pm (56.5°)93.517
146:59 am (85°)7:25 pm (274°)12:26:50−2:195:31 am8:53 pm6:02 am8:22 pm6:32 am7:51 pm1:12 pm (56.1°)93.492
156:59 am (86°)7:24 pm (274°)12:24:30−2:195:31 am8:51 pm6:03 am8:20 pm6:33 am7:50 pm1:12 pm (55.7°)93.466
167:00 am (86°)7:22 pm (273°)12:22:10−2:195:32 am8:50 pm6:04 am8:19 pm6:34 am7:48 pm1:12 pm (55.3°)93.441
177:01 am (87°)7:21 pm (273°)12:19:50−2:205:33 am8:48 pm6:04 am8:17 pm6:35 am7:47 pm1:11 pm (55.0°)93.415
187:02 am (87°)7:19 pm (272°)12:17:30−2:205:34 am8:46 pm6:05 am8:16 pm6:36 am7:45 pm1:11 pm (54.6°)93.389
197:03 am (88°)7:18 pm (272°)12:15:10−2:205:35 am8:45 pm6:06 am8:14 pm6:37 am7:44 pm1:10 pm (54.2°)93.363
207:03 am (88°)7:16 pm (271°)12:12:49−2:205:36 am8:43 pm6:07 am8:12 pm6:37 am7:42 pm1:10 pm (53.8°)93.338
217:04 am (89°)7:15 pm (271°)12:10:29−2:205:37 am8:42 pm6:08 am8:11 pm6:38 am7:41 pm1:10 pm (53.4°)93.312
227:05 am (89°)7:13 pm (271°)12:08:08−2:205:38 am8:40 pm6:09 am8:09 pm6:39 am7:39 pm1:09 pm (53.0°)93.286
237:06 am (90°)7:12 pm (270°)12:05:48−2:205:39 am8:38 pm6:10 am8:08 pm6:40 am7:38 pm1:09 pm (52.6°)93.260
247:07 am (90°)7:10 pm (270°)12:03:27−2:205:40 am8:37 pm6:11 am8:06 pm6:41 am7:36 pm1:09 pm (52.2°)93.234
257:07 am (91°)7:09 pm (269°)12:01:07−2:205:41 am8:35 pm6:11 am8:05 pm6:42 am7:34 pm1:08 pm (51.9°)93.209
267:08 am (91°)7:07 pm (269°)11:58:46−2:205:42 am8:34 pm6:12 am8:03 pm6:42 am7:33 pm1:08 pm (51.5°)93.183
277:09 am (92°)7:06 pm (268°)11:56:26−2:205:43 am8:32 pm6:13 am8:02 pm6:43 am7:31 pm1:08 pm (51.1°)93.157
287:10 am (92°)7:04 pm (268°)11:54:05−2:205:44 am8:30 pm6:14 am8:00 pm6:44 am7:30 pm1:07 pm (50.7°)93.131
297:11 am (93°)7:03 pm (267°)11:51:45−2:205:44 am8:29 pm6:15 am7:59 pm6:45 am7:28 pm1:07 pm (50.3°)93.105
307:12 am (93°)7:01 pm (267°)11:49:24−2:205:45 am8:27 pm6:16 am7:57 pm6:46 am7:27 pm1:07 pm (49.9°)93.079
* All times are local time for Red Mesa. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Today is highlighted.

September Equinox (Autumnal Equinox) is on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 1:21 pm in Red Mesa.
Why is the day and night not exactly 12 hours on Equinox?

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