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Flag for Antarctica South Pole, Antarctica — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, July 2018

Daylight

12:00 am – 11:59 pm
24 hours

Current Time: Sep 25, 2018 at 7:43:47 pm

Sun Direction: 90° East

Sun Altitude: 1.2°

Sun Distance: 93.226 million mi


Next Solstice: Dec 22, 2018 11:22 am (Summer)

Sun: Up all day

Location of South PoleLocation

July 2018 — Sun in South Pole

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2018Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
JulSunriseSunsetLengthDifferenceStartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
1Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:03 am (-23.2°)94.500
2Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:03 am (-23.1°)94.502
3Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-23.0°)94.504
4Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-22.9°)94.506
5Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-22.9°)94.507
6Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-22.8°)94.507
7Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-22.7°)94.508
8Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:04 am (-22.6°)94.508
9Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-22.4°)94.507
10Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-22.3°)94.506
11Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-22.2°)94.504
12Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-22.1°)94.502
13Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-21.9°)94.499
14Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-21.8°)94.496
15Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-21.6°)94.492
16Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:05 am (-21.5°)94.487
17Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-21.3°)94.482
18Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-21.2°)94.477
19Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-21.0°)94.470
20Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-20.8°)94.464
21Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-20.6°)94.457
22Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-20.4°)94.449
23Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-20.2°)94.441
24Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-20.0°)94.433
25Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-19.8°)94.425
26Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-19.6°)94.416
27Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-19.4°)94.406
28Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-19.2°)94.397
29Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-18.9°)94.387
30Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-18.7°)94.377
31Down all dayNot above -18°Not above -12°Not above -6°12:06 am (-18.4°)94.367
* All times are local time for South Pole. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

Aphelion was on July 7, 2018 at 4:46 am in South Pole. The Earth was farthest from the Sun at this time.

South Pole has polar nights in July.

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