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Lima, Lima, Peru — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, June 2022

Daylight

6:19 am – 6:04 pm
11 hours, 45 minutes

Current Time: Aug 19, 2022 at 12:29:54 am
Sun Direction: 80° East
Sun Altitude: -85.5°
Sun Distance: 94.082 million mi
Next Equinox: Sep 22, 2022 8:03 pm (Vernal)
Sunrise Today: 6:19 am 77° East
Sunset Today: 6:04 pm 283° West
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2022 Sun Graph for Lima

June 2022 — Sun in Lima

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2022Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
JunSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
16:22 am (68°)5:49 pm (292°)11:27:33−0:155:07 am7:04 pm5:33 am6:38 pm5:59 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.8°)94.264
26:22 am (67°)5:49 pm (293°)11:27:18−0:145:07 am7:05 pm5:33 am6:38 pm5:59 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.7°)94.278
36:22 am (67°)5:49 pm (293°)11:27:03−0:145:07 am7:05 pm5:33 am6:39 pm5:59 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.6°)94.291
46:23 am (67°)5:49 pm (293°)11:26:50−0:135:07 am7:05 pm5:33 am6:39 pm6:00 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.5°)94.304
56:23 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:26:37−0:125:07 am7:05 pm5:34 am6:39 pm6:00 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.4°)94.316
66:23 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:26:25−0:125:08 am7:05 pm5:34 am6:39 pm6:00 am6:12 pm12:06 pm (55.3°)94.328
76:23 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:26:14−0:115:08 am7:05 pm5:34 am6:39 pm6:01 am6:13 pm12:07 pm (55.2°)94.340
86:24 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:26:03−0:105:08 am7:05 pm5:34 am6:39 pm6:01 am6:13 pm12:07 pm (55.1°)94.351
96:24 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:25:54−0:095:08 am7:06 pm5:35 am6:39 pm6:01 am6:13 pm12:07 pm (55.0°)94.362
106:24 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:25:45−0:085:09 am7:06 pm5:35 am6:39 pm6:01 am6:13 pm12:07 pm (54.9°)94.372
116:25 am (67°)5:50 pm (293°)11:25:37−0:085:09 am7:06 pm5:35 am6:40 pm6:02 am6:13 pm12:07 pm (54.8°)94.382
126:25 am (66°)5:50 pm (294°)11:25:29−0:075:09 am7:06 pm5:35 am6:40 pm6:02 am6:13 pm12:08 pm (54.8°)94.392
136:25 am (66°)5:50 pm (294°)11:25:23−0:065:09 am7:06 pm5:36 am6:40 pm6:02 am6:13 pm12:08 pm (54.7°)94.402
146:25 am (66°)5:51 pm (294°)11:25:17−0:055:10 am7:06 pm5:36 am6:40 pm6:02 am6:14 pm12:08 pm (54.7°)94.411
156:26 am (66°)5:51 pm (294°)11:25:12−0:045:10 am7:07 pm5:36 am6:40 pm6:03 am6:14 pm12:08 pm (54.6°)94.420
166:26 am (66°)5:51 pm (294°)11:25:08−0:045:10 am7:07 pm5:36 am6:41 pm6:03 am6:14 pm12:08 pm (54.6°)94.428
176:26 am (66°)5:51 pm (294°)11:25:04−0:035:10 am7:07 pm5:37 am6:41 pm6:03 am6:14 pm12:09 pm (54.6°)94.437
186:26 am (66°)5:51 pm (294°)11:25:02−0:025:10 am7:07 pm5:37 am6:41 pm6:03 am6:14 pm12:09 pm (54.5°)94.445
196:27 am (66°)5:52 pm (294°)11:25:00−0:015:11 am7:07 pm5:37 am6:41 pm6:04 am6:15 pm12:09 pm (54.5°)94.453
206:27 am (66°)5:52 pm (294°)11:24:59< 1s5:11 am7:08 pm5:37 am6:41 pm6:04 am6:15 pm12:09 pm (54.5°)94.460
216:27 am (66°)5:52 pm (294°)11:24:59< 1s5:11 am7:08 pm5:37 am6:42 pm6:04 am6:15 pm12:09 pm (54.5°)94.467
226:27 am (66°)5:52 pm (294°)11:24:59< 1s5:11 am7:08 pm5:38 am6:42 pm6:04 am6:15 pm12:10 pm (54.5°)94.473
236:27 am (66°)5:52 pm (294°)11:25:01+0:015:12 am7:08 pm5:38 am6:42 pm6:04 am6:15 pm12:10 pm (54.5°)94.479
246:28 am (66°)5:53 pm (294°)11:25:03+0:025:12 am7:09 pm5:38 am6:42 pm6:05 am6:16 pm12:10 pm (54.6°)94.485
256:28 am (66°)5:53 pm (294°)11:25:06+0:035:12 am7:09 pm5:38 am6:42 pm6:05 am6:16 pm12:10 pm (54.6°)94.490
266:28 am (66°)5:53 pm (294°)11:25:10+0:035:12 am7:09 pm5:38 am6:43 pm6:05 am6:16 pm12:11 pm (54.6°)94.494
276:28 am (66°)5:53 pm (294°)11:25:15+0:045:12 am7:09 pm5:39 am6:43 pm6:05 am6:16 pm12:11 pm (54.7°)94.498
286:28 am (66°)5:54 pm (294°)11:25:20+0:055:13 am7:09 pm5:39 am6:43 pm6:05 am6:17 pm12:11 pm (54.7°)94.501
296:28 am (66°)5:54 pm (294°)11:25:27+0:065:13 am7:10 pm5:39 am6:43 pm6:06 am6:17 pm12:11 pm (54.8°)94.504
306:29 am (66°)5:54 pm (293°)11:25:34+0:075:13 am7:10 pm5:39 am6:44 pm6:06 am6:17 pm12:11 pm (54.8°)94.506
* All times are local time for Lima. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

The June solstice (winter solstice) in Lima is at 4:13 am on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. In terms of daylight, this day is 1 hour, 25 minutes shorter than the December solstice. In locations south of the equator, the shortest day of the year is around this date.

Why is the earliest sunset not on the winter solstice?

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