Chipperdog.comJanuary 23rd, 2020
Sun, Moon, and Seasonal Events for Spring Twp - Berks Co., PA (19608)
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Sunrise: 7:20 AM at 115° (ESE)
Sunset: 5:12 PM at 245° (WSW)
Transit: 12:16:52 PM at 30°
Day Length: 9 Hr 52 Min
Tomorrow: 1 Min, 52 Sec
Sunrise: 41 Secs.   Sunset: 71 Secs.
Moonrise: 6:29 am (01/23/20)
Moonset: 3:57 pm (01/23/20)
Phase: New Moon
Moon Age: 28.7 Days (97%)
Illumination: 1%

Sun Chart
Earth Daylight

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Thu Jan 2nd, 2020
at 11:46 PM EST
Fri Jan 10th, 2020
at 2:22 PM EST
Fri Jan 17th, 2020
at 7:59 AM EST
Fri Jan 24th, 2020
at 4:43 PM EST

Vernal EquinoxSummer SolsticeAutumnal EquinoxWinter Solstice
Spring Summer Fall Winter
Thu Mar 19th, 2020
at 11:50 PM EDT
Sat Jun 20th, 2020
at 5:44 PM EDT
Tue Sep 22nd, 2020
at 9:31 AM EDT
Mon Dec 21st, 2020
at 5:03 AM EST
Weather FAQ
Twilight
There are three kinds of twilight defined: civil twilight, nautical twilight, and astronomical twilight. For computational purposes, civil twilight begins before sunrise and ends after sunset when the geometric zenith distance of the center of the Sun is 96 degrees - 6 degrees below a horizontal plane. The corresponding solar zenith distances for nautical and astronomical twilight are 102 and 108 degrees, respectively. That is, at the dark limit of nautical twilight, the center of the Sun is geometrically 12 degrees below a horizontal plane; and at the dark limit of astronomical twilight, the center of the Sun is geometrically 18 degrees below a horizontal plane.