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South Pole, Antarctica — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, March 2024

Current Time: Jul 22, 2024 at 3:03:11 pm
Sun Direction: 136° Southeast
Sun Altitude: -20.2°
Sun Distance: 94.440 million mi
Next Equinox: Sep 23, 2024 12:43 am (Vernal)
Sun: Down all day
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2024 Sun Graph for South Pole

March 2024 — Sun in South Pole

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2024Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
MarSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
1Up all day---1:12 am (7.8°)92.092
2Up all day---1:12 am (7.4°)92.115
3Up all day---1:11 am (7.0°)92.139
4Up all day---1:11 am (6.6°)92.162
5Up all day---1:11 am (6.3°)92.186
6Up all day---1:11 am (5.9°)92.210
7Up all day---1:11 am (5.5°)92.234
8Up all day---1:10 am (5.1°)92.259
9Up all day---1:10 am (4.7°)92.283
10Up all day---1:10 am (4.4°)92.307
11Up all day---1:10 am (4.0°)92.332
12Up all day---1:09 am (3.6°)92.357
13Up all day---1:09 am (3.2°)92.381
14Up all day---1:09 am (2.9°)92.406
15Up all day---1:09 am (2.5°)92.430
16Up all day---1:08 am (2.1°)92.455
17Up all day---1:08 am (1.8°)92.480
18Up all day---1:08 am (1.4°)92.505
19Up all day---1:07 am (1.0°)92.530
20Up all day---1:07 am (0.7°)92.555
21Up all day---1:07 am (0.3°)92.581
226:37 pm (97°)--Rest of night1:07 am (0.0°)92.606
23Down all day--Rest of night1:06 am (-0.3°)92.632
24Down all day--Rest of night1:06 am (-0.6°)92.658
25Down all day--Rest of night1:06 am (-0.9°)92.684
26Down all day--Rest of night1:05 am (-1.2°)92.711
27Down all day--Rest of night1:05 am (-1.6°)92.737
28Down all day--Rest of night1:05 am (-2.0°)92.764
29Down all day--Rest of night1:04 am (-2.7°)92.791
30Down all day--Rest of night1:04 am (-3.5°)92.818
31Down all day--Rest of night1:04 am (-4.0°)92.845
* All times are local time for South Pole. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

The March equinox (autumnal equinox) in South Pole is at 4:06 pm on Wednesday, March 20, 2024.
Why is the day and night not exactly 12 hours on equinox?

South Pole has midnight sun in March.

South Pole has polar nights in March.

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