Chipperdog.comJuly 7th, 2020
Sun, Moon, and Seasonal Events for Spring Twp - Berks Co., PA (19608)
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Sunrise: 5:42 AM at 59° (ENE)
Sunset: 8:36 PM at 301° (WNW)
Transit: 1:09:45 PM at 72°
Day Length: 14 Hr 55 Min
Tomorrow: 1 Min, 1 Sec
Sunrise: -39 Secs.   Sunset: -22 Secs.
Moonrise: 10:13 pm (07/06/20)
Moonset: 7:57 am (07/07/20)
Phase: Waning Gibbous Moon
Moon Age: 16.9 Days (57%)
Illumination: 95%

Sun Chart
Earth Daylight

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Sun Jun 28th, 2020
at 4:16 AM EDT
Sun Jul 5th, 2020
at 12:45 AM EDT
Sun Jul 12th, 2020
at 7:30 PM EDT
Mon Jul 20th, 2020
at 1:33 PM EDT

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
Before sunrise and again after sunset there are intervals of time, twilight, during which there is natural light provided by the upper atmosphere, which does receive direct sunlight and reflects part of it toward the Earth's surface. Some outdoor activities may be conducted without artificial illumination during these intervals, and it is useful to have some means to set limits beyond which a certain activity should be assisted by artificial lighting. The major determinants of the amount of natural light during twilight are the state of the atmosphere generally and local weather conditions in particular. Atmospheric conditions are best determined at the actual time and place of events. Nevertheless, it is possible to establish useful, though necessarily approximate, limits applicable to large classes of activities by considering only the position of the Sun below the local horizon. Reasonable and convenient definitions have evolved.