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San Juan, San Juan, Argentina — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, June 2022

Daylight

8:34 am – 6:41 pm
10 hours, 7 minutes

Current Time: Jun 30, 2022 at 1:58:46 pm
Sun Direction: 354° North
Sun Altitude: 35.1°
Sun Distance: 94.506 million mi
Next Equinox: Sep 22, 2022 10:03 pm (Vernal)
Sunrise Today: 8:34 am 63° Northeast
Sunset Today: 6:41 pm 297° Northwest
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2022 Sun Graph for San Juan

June 2022 — Sun in San Juan

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2022Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
JunSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
18:25 am (64°)6:38 pm (296°)10:13:10−0:476:59 am8:04 pm7:28 am7:35 pm7:58 am7:05 pm1:31 pm (36.4°)94.264
28:25 am (64°)6:38 pm (296°)10:12:24−0:456:59 am8:04 pm7:29 am7:34 pm7:59 am7:04 pm1:32 pm (36.2°)94.278
38:26 am (64°)6:38 pm (296°)10:11:41−0:437:00 am8:04 pm7:29 am7:34 pm7:59 am7:04 pm1:32 pm (36.1°)94.291
48:26 am (64°)6:37 pm (296°)10:11:01−0:407:00 am8:04 pm7:30 am7:34 pm8:00 am7:04 pm1:32 pm (36.0°)94.304
58:27 am (64°)6:37 pm (296°)10:10:22−0:387:01 am8:04 pm7:30 am7:34 pm8:00 am7:04 pm1:32 pm (35.9°)94.316
68:27 am (64°)6:37 pm (296°)10:09:46−0:367:01 am8:04 pm7:30 am7:34 pm8:01 am7:04 pm1:32 pm (35.8°)94.328
78:28 am (64°)6:37 pm (296°)10:09:12−0:347:01 am8:04 pm7:31 am7:34 pm8:01 am7:04 pm1:33 pm (35.7°)94.340
88:28 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:08:40−0:317:02 am8:04 pm7:31 am7:34 pm8:02 am7:04 pm1:33 pm (35.6°)94.351
98:29 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:08:10−0:297:02 am8:04 pm7:32 am7:34 pm8:02 am7:04 pm1:33 pm (35.5°)94.362
108:29 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:07:43−0:277:02 am8:04 pm7:32 am7:34 pm8:02 am7:04 pm1:33 pm (35.4°)94.372
118:30 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:07:19−0:247:03 am8:04 pm7:32 am7:34 pm8:03 am7:04 pm1:33 pm (35.4°)94.382
128:30 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:06:56−0:227:03 am8:04 pm7:33 am7:34 pm8:03 am7:04 pm1:34 pm (35.3°)94.392
138:30 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:06:36−0:197:04 am8:04 pm7:33 am7:34 pm8:04 am7:04 pm1:34 pm (35.2°)94.401
148:31 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:06:19−0:177:04 am8:04 pm7:34 am7:34 pm8:04 am7:04 pm1:34 pm (35.2°)94.411
158:31 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:06:04−0:157:04 am8:04 pm7:34 am7:34 pm8:04 am7:04 pm1:34 pm (35.2°)94.420
168:31 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:05:51−0:127:04 am8:04 pm7:34 am7:35 pm8:05 am7:04 pm1:34 pm (35.1°)94.428
178:32 am (63°)6:37 pm (297°)10:05:41−0:107:05 am8:04 pm7:34 am7:35 pm8:05 am7:04 pm1:35 pm (35.1°)94.437
188:32 am (63°)6:38 pm (297°)10:05:33−0:077:05 am8:05 pm7:35 am7:35 pm8:05 am7:04 pm1:35 pm (35.1°)94.445
198:32 am (63°)6:38 pm (297°)10:05:27−0:057:05 am8:05 pm7:35 am7:35 pm8:05 am7:05 pm1:35 pm (35.1°)94.452
208:33 am (63°)6:38 pm (297°)10:05:24−0:027:06 am8:05 pm7:35 am7:35 pm8:06 am7:05 pm1:35 pm (35.0°)94.460
218:33 am (63°)6:38 pm (297°)10:05:24< 1s7:06 am8:05 pm7:35 am7:35 pm8:06 am7:05 pm1:35 pm (35.0°)94.467
228:33 am (63°)6:38 pm (297°)10:05:26+0:017:06 am8:05 pm7:36 am7:36 pm8:06 am7:05 pm1:36 pm (35.1°)94.473
238:33 am (63°)6:39 pm (297°)10:05:30+0:047:06 am8:06 pm7:36 am7:36 pm8:06 am7:06 pm1:36 pm (35.1°)94.479
248:33 am (63°)6:39 pm (297°)10:05:37+0:067:06 am8:06 pm7:36 am7:36 pm8:06 am7:06 pm1:36 pm (35.1°)94.485
258:33 am (63°)6:39 pm (297°)10:05:46+0:097:06 am8:06 pm7:36 am7:37 pm8:07 am7:06 pm1:36 pm (35.1°)94.490
268:34 am (63°)6:40 pm (297°)10:05:58+0:117:07 am8:06 pm7:36 am7:37 pm8:07 am7:06 pm1:37 pm (35.1°)94.494
278:34 am (63°)6:40 pm (297°)10:06:12+0:147:07 am8:07 pm7:36 am7:37 pm8:07 am7:07 pm1:37 pm (35.2°)94.498
288:34 am (63°)6:40 pm (297°)10:06:29+0:167:07 am8:07 pm7:37 am7:37 pm8:07 am7:07 pm1:37 pm (35.2°)94.501
298:34 am (63°)6:41 pm (297°)10:06:48+0:187:07 am8:07 pm7:37 am7:38 pm8:07 am7:07 pm1:37 pm (35.3°)94.504
308:34 am (63°)6:41 pm (297°)10:07:09+0:217:07 am8:08 pm7:37 am7:38 pm8:07 am7:08 pm1:37 pm (35.3°)94.506
* All times are local time for San Juan. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar. Today is highlighted.

The June solstice (winter solstice) in San Juan is at 6:13 am on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. In terms of daylight, this day is 4 hours, 7 minutes shorter than the December solstice. In locations south of the equator, the shortest day of the year is around this date.

The earliest sunset is on June 10 or June 11.

Why is the earliest sunset not on the winter solstice?

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