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Palikir, Pohnpei, Micronesia — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, June 2021

Daylight

6:45 am – 6:34 pm
11 hours, 49 minutes

Current Time: Jan 27, 2021 at 7:09:20 pm
Sun Direction: 252° West
Sun Altitude: -9.1°
Sun Distance: 91.533 million mi
Next Equinox: Mar 20, 2021 8:37 pm (March Eq.)
Sunrise Today: 6:45 am 109° East
Sunset Today: 6:34 pm 252° West
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2021 Sun Graph for Palikir

June 2021 — Sun in Palikir

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2021Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
JunSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:10 am (68°)6:40 pm (292°)12:29:50+0:104:54 am7:55 pm5:21 am7:29 pm5:47 am7:02 pm12:25 pm (74.9°)94.258
26:10 am (68°)6:40 pm (293°)12:29:59+0:094:54 am7:56 pm5:21 am7:29 pm5:47 am7:02 pm12:25 pm (74.7°)94.273
36:10 am (67°)6:40 pm (293°)12:30:08+0:094:54 am7:56 pm5:21 am7:29 pm5:47 am7:03 pm12:25 pm (74.6°)94.288
46:10 am (67°)6:40 pm (293°)12:30:17+0:084:54 am7:56 pm5:21 am7:29 pm5:47 am7:03 pm12:25 pm (74.5°)94.302
56:10 am (67°)6:41 pm (293°)12:30:25+0:084:54 am7:57 pm5:21 am7:30 pm5:47 am7:03 pm12:25 pm (74.4°)94.315
66:10 am (67°)6:41 pm (293°)12:30:33+0:074:54 am7:57 pm5:21 am7:30 pm5:48 am7:03 pm12:25 pm (74.3°)94.328
76:10 am (67°)6:41 pm (293°)12:30:40+0:074:54 am7:57 pm5:21 am7:30 pm5:48 am7:04 pm12:26 pm (74.2°)94.341
86:10 am (67°)6:41 pm (293°)12:30:47+0:064:54 am7:58 pm5:21 am7:31 pm5:48 am7:04 pm12:26 pm (74.1°)94.353
96:11 am (67°)6:42 pm (293°)12:30:54+0:064:54 am7:58 pm5:21 am7:31 pm5:48 am7:04 pm12:26 pm (74.0°)94.364
106:11 am (67°)6:42 pm (293°)12:30:59+0:054:54 am7:58 pm5:21 am7:31 pm5:48 am7:05 pm12:26 pm (73.9°)94.376
116:11 am (67°)6:42 pm (293°)12:31:05+0:054:55 am7:58 pm5:22 am7:31 pm5:48 am7:05 pm12:26 pm (73.8°)94.386
126:11 am (67°)6:42 pm (293°)12:31:10+0:044:55 am7:59 pm5:22 am7:32 pm5:48 am7:05 pm12:27 pm (73.8°)94.396
136:11 am (67°)6:43 pm (294°)12:31:14+0:044:55 am7:59 pm5:22 am7:32 pm5:48 am7:05 pm12:27 pm (73.7°)94.406
146:11 am (66°)6:43 pm (294°)12:31:18+0:034:55 am7:59 pm5:22 am7:32 pm5:49 am7:06 pm12:27 pm (73.7°)94.415
156:12 am (66°)6:43 pm (294°)12:31:21+0:034:55 am8:00 pm5:22 am7:33 pm5:49 am7:06 pm12:27 pm (73.6°)94.423
166:12 am (66°)6:43 pm (294°)12:31:24+0:024:55 am8:00 pm5:22 am7:33 pm5:49 am7:06 pm12:28 pm (73.6°)94.431
176:12 am (66°)6:43 pm (294°)12:31:26+0:024:55 am8:00 pm5:23 am7:33 pm5:49 am7:06 pm12:28 pm (73.5°)94.439
186:12 am (66°)6:44 pm (294°)12:31:28+0:014:56 am8:00 pm5:23 am7:33 pm5:49 am7:07 pm12:28 pm (73.5°)94.446
196:12 am (66°)6:44 pm (294°)12:31:29+0:014:56 am8:01 pm5:23 am7:33 pm5:50 am7:07 pm12:28 pm (73.5°)94.452
206:13 am (66°)6:44 pm (294°)12:31:30< 1s4:56 am8:01 pm5:23 am7:34 pm5:50 am7:07 pm12:28 pm (73.5°)94.458
216:13 am (66°)6:44 pm (294°)12:31:30< 1s4:56 am8:01 pm5:23 am7:34 pm5:50 am7:07 pm12:29 pm (73.5°)94.464
226:13 am (66°)6:45 pm (294°)12:31:30< 1s4:56 am8:01 pm5:24 am7:34 pm5:50 am7:07 pm12:29 pm (73.5°)94.470
236:13 am (66°)6:45 pm (294°)12:31:29< 1s4:57 am8:01 pm5:24 am7:34 pm5:50 am7:08 pm12:29 pm (73.5°)94.475
246:14 am (66°)6:45 pm (294°)12:31:28−0:014:57 am8:02 pm5:24 am7:35 pm5:51 am7:08 pm12:29 pm (73.5°)94.480
256:14 am (66°)6:45 pm (294°)12:31:26−0:014:57 am8:02 pm5:24 am7:35 pm5:51 am7:08 pm12:29 pm (73.5°)94.484
266:14 am (66°)6:45 pm (294°)12:31:24−0:024:57 am8:02 pm5:24 am7:35 pm5:51 am7:08 pm12:30 pm (73.6°)94.489
276:14 am (66°)6:46 pm (294°)12:31:21−0:024:58 am8:02 pm5:25 am7:35 pm5:51 am7:08 pm12:30 pm (73.6°)94.493
286:14 am (66°)6:46 pm (294°)12:31:18−0:034:58 am8:02 pm5:25 am7:35 pm5:52 am7:09 pm12:30 pm (73.7°)94.496
296:15 am (66°)6:46 pm (294°)12:31:14−0:034:58 am8:02 pm5:25 am7:35 pm5:52 am7:09 pm12:30 pm (73.7°)94.500
306:15 am (67°)6:46 pm (293°)12:31:10−0:044:58 am8:02 pm5:25 am7:35 pm5:52 am7:09 pm12:30 pm (73.8°)94.502
* All times are local time for Palikir. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

June Solstice (Summer Solstice) is on Monday, June 21, 2021 at 2:32 pm in Palikir. In terms of daylight, this day is 48 minutes longer than on December Solstice. In most locations north of Equator, the longest day of the year is around this date.

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