Sun and moon for Woodbridge, USA



Woodbridge - Sunday, the 31. of August 2014.

The sun
Night
4:46 / 4:46 AM

Astronomical twilight
5:21 / 5:21 AM

Nautical twilight
5:55 / 5:55 AM

Civil twilight
6:23 / 6:23 AM
Sun rise
Day
19:30 / 7:30 PM
Sun set
Civil twilight
19:58 / 7:58 PM

Nautical twilight
20:34 / 8:34 PM

Astronomical twilight
21:09 / 9:09 PM

Night
The moon
12:08 / 0:08 PM Moon rise
22:03 / 10:03 PM Moon set
25% - 35% illuminated
Next full moon
Monday the 8. of September 2014 at 21:39 / 9:39 PM
Next new moon
Wednesday the 24. of September 2014 at 2:14 / 2:14 AM
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Sun and moon calendar - August 2014

Woodbridge, USA

Week
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
31
1
5:54
11:17
20:13
22:22
Length of day
9:40
2
5:55
12:16
20:12
22:53
Length of day
9:42
32
3
20:50
5:56
13:16
20:11
23:25
Length of day
9:45
4
5:57
14:17
20:09
0:02
Length of day
9:47
5
5:58
15:19
20:08
0:43
Length of day
9:49
6
5:59
16:20
20:07
1:31
Length of day
9:51
7
5:59
17:18
20:06
2:27
Length of day
9:53
8
6:00
18:12
20:05
3:30
Length of day
9:55
9
6:01
19:01
20:04
4:39
Length of day
9:57
33
10
14:10
6:02
19:45
20:02
5:53
Length of day
10:00
11
6:03
20:01
7:07
Length of day
10:02
12
6:04
20:26
19:58
8:21
Length of day
13:54
13
6:05
21:03
19:57
9:33
Length of day
13:51
14
6:06
21:40
19:56
10:43
Length of day
13:49
15
6:07
22:16
19:54
11:50
Length of day
13:47
16
6:08
22:54
19:53
12:54
Length of day
13:44
34
17
8:26
6:09
23:33
19:52
13:55
Length of day
13:42
18
6:10
0:16
19:50
14:51
Length of day
13:39
19
6:11
1:01
19:49
15:43
Length of day
13:37
20
6:12
1:50
19:47
16:30
Length of day
13:35
21
6:13
2:41
19:46
17:13
Length of day
13:32
22
6:14
3:34
19:44
17:51
Length of day
13:30
23
6:15
4:29
19:43
18:26
Length of day
13:27
35
24
6:16
5:25
19:41
18:58
Length of day
13:25
25
10:13
6:17
6:21
19:40
19:28
Length of day
13:22
26
6:18
7:17
19:38
19:57
Length of day
13:20
27
6:19
8:14
19:37
Length of day
13:17
28
6:20
9:11
19:35
20:26
Length of day
13:15
29
6:21
10:09
19:34
20:56
Length of day
13:12
30
6:22
11:08
19:32
21:28
Length of day
13:10
36
31
6:23
12:08
19:30
22:03
Length of day
13:07

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The sun
The moon
Full moon
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First quarter
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Length of day is in hours and seconds.

Rise and set times has accuracy, within 1 minute, except locations close the South Pole and the North Pole.
Atronomical twilight:

The center of the sun is between 12 and 18 degrees below the horizon. The weakest stars cannot be seen, but the sky appears dark.

Nautical twilight:

The center of the sun is between 6 and 12 degrees below the horizon. The shapes of items and the horizon at sea can be glimpsed.

Civil twilight:

The center of the sun is between 0 and 6 degrees below the horizon. Many outdoor activities can be done, without artificial light. Only the brightest stars are visible.

Sun rise:

The center of the sun is at exactly 0 degrees, at the horizon.

Sun set:

The center of the sun is at exactly 0 degrees, at the horizon.

Frequently asked questions about the sun and moon calendar

What time zones are used?
The times shown are always in the local time zone of the displayed city.

When can a new moon be seen again from earth
Typically after 17 to 36 hours. According to United States Naval Observatory, the record of seeing the waxing moon from earth, without binoculars, is 15.5 hours after new moon.
With binoculars, the record is 12.1 hours.

What is the first and last quarter of the moon? The first quarter is the exact time, where 50% of the waxing moon is illuminated by the sun.
The last quarter is the exact time, where 50% of the waning moon is illuminated by the sun.
The name "quarter" means the moon is at a perpendicular angle, on the direction from the earth to the sun.

Why is there some days, where the moon does not rise or set?
The moons orbit around the earth is aproximately 50 minutes longer than a full rotation of the earth.
This difference causes the moon to move about 12 degrees longer towards east every day.
Because of that movement, the length of a "moon day" varies on the location of the observer.

Why is the crescent moon sometimes lit on the bottom
This phenomenon is explained at Nasa's starchild website:
Why is the crescent moon... at Nasa Starchild Where can i read more about the moon?. Wikipedia has an article about the moon.