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Surigao, Philippines — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, June 2022

Daylight

5:40 am – 5:15 pm
11 hours, 35 minutes

Current Time: Dec 4, 2022 at 12:59:21 pm
Sun Direction: 215° Southwest
Sun Altitude: 51.0°
Sun Distance: 91.624 million mi
Next Solstice: Dec 22, 2022 5:48 am (Dec. Solst.)
Sunrise Today: 5:40 am 112° Southeast
Sunset Today: 5:15 pm 248° West
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2022 Sun Graph for Surigao

June 2022 — Sun in Surigao

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2022Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
JunSunriseSunsetLengthDiff.StartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
15:16 am (67°)5:55 pm (293°)12:39:23+0:143:59 am7:12 pm4:26 am6:45 pm4:53 am6:18 pm11:35 am (77.7°)94.256
25:16 am (67°)5:55 pm (293°)12:39:36+0:133:59 am7:12 pm4:26 am6:45 pm4:53 am6:18 pm11:35 am (77.6°)94.270
35:16 am (67°)5:56 pm (293°)12:39:49+0:123:59 am7:13 pm4:26 am6:45 pm4:53 am6:18 pm11:36 am (77.5°)94.284
45:16 am (67°)5:56 pm (293°)12:40:01+0:123:59 am7:13 pm4:26 am6:46 pm4:53 am6:19 pm11:36 am (77.4°)94.297
55:16 am (67°)5:56 pm (293°)12:40:13+0:113:59 am7:13 pm4:26 am6:46 pm4:53 am6:19 pm11:36 am (77.3°)94.310
65:16 am (67°)5:56 pm (293°)12:40:24+0:103:59 am7:14 pm4:26 am6:46 pm4:53 am6:19 pm11:36 am (77.1°)94.322
75:16 am (67°)5:57 pm (293°)12:40:34+0:103:59 am7:14 pm4:26 am6:47 pm4:53 am6:20 pm11:36 am (77.0°)94.333
85:16 am (67°)5:57 pm (293°)12:40:44+0:093:59 am7:14 pm4:26 am6:47 pm4:53 am6:20 pm11:37 am (77.0°)94.345
95:16 am (67°)5:57 pm (293°)12:40:53+0:083:59 am7:15 pm4:26 am6:47 pm4:53 am6:20 pm11:37 am (76.9°)94.356
105:16 am (66°)5:57 pm (294°)12:41:01+0:083:59 am7:15 pm4:27 am6:47 pm4:53 am6:20 pm11:37 am (76.8°)94.366
115:17 am (66°)5:58 pm (294°)12:41:08+0:073:59 am7:15 pm4:27 am6:48 pm4:54 am6:21 pm11:37 am (76.7°)94.377
125:17 am (66°)5:58 pm (294°)12:41:15+0:063:59 am7:15 pm4:27 am6:48 pm4:54 am6:21 pm11:37 am (76.6°)94.387
135:17 am (66°)5:58 pm (294°)12:41:21+0:063:59 am7:16 pm4:27 am6:48 pm4:54 am6:21 pm11:38 am (76.6°)94.396
145:17 am (66°)5:59 pm (294°)12:41:27+0:054:00 am7:16 pm4:27 am6:49 pm4:54 am6:22 pm11:38 am (76.5°)94.406
155:17 am (66°)5:59 pm (294°)12:41:32+0:044:00 am7:16 pm4:27 am6:49 pm4:54 am6:22 pm11:38 am (76.5°)94.415
165:17 am (66°)5:59 pm (294°)12:41:36+0:044:00 am7:17 pm4:27 am6:49 pm4:54 am6:22 pm11:38 am (76.4°)94.424
175:18 am (66°)5:59 pm (294°)12:41:39+0:034:00 am7:17 pm4:27 am6:49 pm4:55 am6:22 pm11:38 am (76.4°)94.432
185:18 am (66°)5:59 pm (294°)12:41:42+0:024:00 am7:17 pm4:28 am6:50 pm4:55 am6:23 pm11:39 am (76.4°)94.440
195:18 am (66°)6:00 pm (294°)12:41:44+0:014:00 am7:17 pm4:28 am6:50 pm4:55 am6:23 pm11:39 am (76.4°)94.448
205:18 am (66°)6:00 pm (294°)12:41:45+0:014:01 am7:18 pm4:28 am6:50 pm4:55 am6:23 pm11:39 am (76.4°)94.456
215:18 am (66°)6:00 pm (294°)12:41:45< 1s4:01 am7:18 pm4:28 am6:50 pm4:55 am6:23 pm11:39 am (76.4°)94.463
225:19 am (66°)6:00 pm (294°)12:41:45< 1s4:01 am7:18 pm4:28 am6:51 pm4:56 am6:23 pm11:39 am (76.4°)94.470
235:19 am (66°)6:01 pm (294°)12:41:44< 1s4:01 am7:18 pm4:29 am6:51 pm4:56 am6:24 pm11:40 am (76.4°)94.476
245:19 am (66°)6:01 pm (294°)12:41:43−0:014:01 am7:18 pm4:29 am6:51 pm4:56 am6:24 pm11:40 am (76.4°)94.482
255:19 am (66°)6:01 pm (294°)12:41:40−0:024:02 am7:19 pm4:29 am6:51 pm4:56 am6:24 pm11:40 am (76.4°)94.487
265:20 am (66°)6:01 pm (294°)12:41:37−0:034:02 am7:19 pm4:29 am6:51 pm4:56 am6:24 pm11:40 am (76.4°)94.492
275:20 am (66°)6:01 pm (294°)12:41:33−0:034:02 am7:19 pm4:30 am6:51 pm4:57 am6:24 pm11:41 am (76.5°)94.496
285:20 am (66°)6:02 pm (294°)12:41:29−0:044:02 am7:19 pm4:30 am6:52 pm4:57 am6:25 pm11:41 am (76.5°)94.499
295:20 am (66°)6:02 pm (294°)12:41:24−0:054:03 am7:19 pm4:30 am6:52 pm4:57 am6:25 pm11:41 am (76.6°)94.503
305:21 am (66°)6:02 pm (294°)12:41:18−0:054:03 am7:19 pm4:30 am6:52 pm4:57 am6:25 pm11:41 am (76.6°)94.505
* All times are local time for Surigao. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

The June solstice (summer solstice) in Surigao is at 5:13 pm on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. In terms of daylight, this day is 1 hour, 8 minutes longer than the December solstice. In most locations north of the equator, the longest day of the year is around this date.

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