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Miami, Florida, USA — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength, September 2019

Daylight

6:39 am – 8:14 pm
13 hours, 34 minutes

Current Time: Jul 16, 2019 at 6:32:27 am

Sun Direction: 65° Northeast

Sun Altitude: -1.3°

Sun Distance: 94.482 million mi


Next Equinox: Sep 23, 2019 3:50 am (Autumnal)

Sunrise Today: 6:39 am 66° East

Sunset Today: 8:14 pm 294° Northwest

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2019 Sun Graph for Miami

September 2019 — Sun in Miami

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2019Sunrise/SunsetDaylengthAstronomical TwilightNautical TwilightCivil TwilightSolar Noon
SepSunriseSunsetLengthDifferenceStartEndStartEndStartEndTimeMil. mi
17:00 am (80°)7:40 pm (279°)12:39:12−1:265:42 am8:58 pm6:10 am8:30 pm6:37 am8:03 pm1:20 pm (72.4°)93.818
27:01 am (81°)7:39 pm (279°)12:37:45−1:265:42 am8:57 pm6:10 am8:29 pm6:38 am8:02 pm1:20 pm (72.1°)93.795
37:01 am (81°)7:38 pm (279°)12:36:18−1:275:43 am8:56 pm6:11 am8:28 pm6:38 am8:01 pm1:20 pm (71.7°)93.772
47:02 am (82°)7:37 pm (278°)12:34:50−1:275:43 am8:55 pm6:11 am8:27 pm6:38 am8:00 pm1:19 pm (71.3°)93.749
57:02 am (82°)7:35 pm (278°)12:33:23−1:275:44 am8:54 pm6:12 am8:26 pm6:39 am7:59 pm1:19 pm (71.0°)93.726
67:02 am (82°)7:34 pm (277°)12:31:55−1:275:44 am8:52 pm6:12 am8:25 pm6:39 am7:58 pm1:19 pm (70.6°)93.702
77:03 am (83°)7:33 pm (277°)12:30:27−1:285:45 am8:51 pm6:12 am8:24 pm6:40 am7:57 pm1:18 pm (70.2°)93.678
87:03 am (83°)7:32 pm (277°)12:28:58−1:285:45 am8:50 pm6:13 am8:23 pm6:40 am7:55 pm1:18 pm (69.8°)93.654
97:04 am (84°)7:31 pm (276°)12:27:30−1:285:46 am8:49 pm6:13 am8:21 pm6:41 am7:54 pm1:18 pm (69.5°)93.629
107:04 am (84°)7:30 pm (276°)12:26:01−1:285:46 am8:48 pm6:14 am8:20 pm6:41 am7:53 pm1:17 pm (69.1°)93.605
117:04 am (85°)7:29 pm (275°)12:24:32−1:285:47 am8:46 pm6:14 am8:19 pm6:41 am7:52 pm1:17 pm (68.7°)93.580
127:05 am (85°)7:28 pm (275°)12:23:03−1:295:47 am8:45 pm6:15 am8:18 pm6:42 am7:51 pm1:17 pm (68.3°)93.556
137:05 am (85°)7:27 pm (274°)12:21:34−1:295:48 am8:44 pm6:15 am8:17 pm6:42 am7:50 pm1:16 pm (67.9°)93.531
147:06 am (86°)7:26 pm (274°)12:20:04−1:295:48 am8:43 pm6:16 am8:16 pm6:43 am7:49 pm1:16 pm (67.6°)93.506
157:06 am (86°)7:25 pm (274°)12:18:35−1:295:49 am8:42 pm6:16 am8:14 pm6:43 am7:48 pm1:15 pm (67.2°)93.481
167:06 am (87°)7:23 pm (273°)12:17:05−1:295:49 am8:40 pm6:16 am8:13 pm6:43 am7:46 pm1:15 pm (66.8°)93.456
177:07 am (87°)7:22 pm (273°)12:15:35−1:295:50 am8:39 pm6:17 am8:12 pm6:44 am7:45 pm1:15 pm (66.4°)93.432
187:07 am (88°)7:21 pm (272°)12:14:06−1:295:50 am8:38 pm6:17 am8:11 pm6:44 am7:44 pm1:14 pm (66.0°)93.407
197:08 am (88°)7:20 pm (272°)12:12:36−1:295:51 am8:37 pm6:18 am8:10 pm6:45 am7:43 pm1:14 pm (65.6°)93.382
207:08 am (88°)7:19 pm (271°)12:11:06−1:295:51 am8:36 pm6:18 am8:09 pm6:45 am7:42 pm1:14 pm (65.2°)93.356
217:08 am (89°)7:18 pm (271°)12:09:36−1:295:52 am8:35 pm6:19 am8:08 pm6:45 am7:41 pm1:13 pm (64.9°)93.331
227:09 am (89°)7:17 pm (271°)12:08:06−1:305:52 am8:33 pm6:19 am8:07 pm6:46 am7:40 pm1:13 pm (64.5°)93.306
237:09 am (90°)7:16 pm (270°)12:06:36−1:305:53 am8:32 pm6:19 am8:05 pm6:46 am7:39 pm1:13 pm (64.1°)93.280
247:10 am (90°)7:15 pm (270°)12:05:06−1:305:53 am8:31 pm6:20 am8:04 pm6:47 am7:38 pm1:12 pm (63.7°)93.255
257:10 am (91°)7:14 pm (269°)12:03:36−1:305:53 am8:30 pm6:20 am8:03 pm6:47 am7:36 pm1:12 pm (63.3°)93.229
267:10 am (91°)7:12 pm (269°)12:02:05−1:305:54 am8:29 pm6:21 am8:02 pm6:47 am7:35 pm1:12 pm (62.9°)93.203
277:11 am (91°)7:11 pm (268°)12:00:35−1:305:54 am8:28 pm6:21 am8:01 pm6:48 am7:34 pm1:11 pm (62.5°)93.177
287:11 am (92°)7:10 pm (268°)11:59:05−1:305:55 am8:27 pm6:22 am8:00 pm6:48 am7:33 pm1:11 pm (62.1°)93.151
297:12 am (92°)7:09 pm (268°)11:57:35−1:295:55 am8:26 pm6:22 am7:59 pm6:49 am7:32 pm1:11 pm (61.7°)93.124
307:12 am (93°)7:08 pm (267°)11:56:05−1:295:56 am8:24 pm6:22 am7:58 pm6:49 am7:31 pm1:10 pm (61.4°)93.097
* All times are local time for Miami. Time is adjusted for DST when applicable. They take into account refraction. Dates are based on the Gregorian calendar.

September Equinox (Autumnal Equinox) is on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 3:50 am in Miami.
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