Chipperdog.comOctober 20th, 2019
Sun, Moon, and Seasonal Events for Spring Twp - Berks Co., PA (19608)
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Sunrise: 7:21 AM at 103° (ESE)
Sunset: 6:16 PM at 256° (WSW)
Transit: 12:49:20 PM at 39°
Day Length: 10 Hr 55 Min
Tomorrow: 2 Min, 31 Sec
Sunrise: -66 Secs.   Sunset: -85 Secs.
Moonrise: 11:27 pm (10/20/19)
Moonset: 2:32 pm (10/21/19)
Phase: Waning Gibbous Moon
Moon Age: 21.6 Days (73%)
Illumination: 56%

Sun Chart
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Sat Oct 5th, 2019
at 12:48 PM EDT
Sun Oct 13th, 2019
at 5:09 PM EDT
Mon Oct 21st, 2019
at 8:40 AM EDT
Sun Oct 27th, 2019
at 11:39 PM EDT

Vernal EquinoxSummer SolsticeAutumnal EquinoxWinter Solstice
Spring Summer Fall Winter
Wed Mar 20th, 2019
at 5:59 PM EDT
Fri Jun 21st, 2019
at 11:55 AM EDT
Mon Sep 23rd, 2019
at 3:51 AM EDT
Sat Dec 21st, 2019
at 11:20 PM EST
Weather FAQ
The transit time of a celestial body refers to the instant that its center crosses an imaginary line in the sky - the observer's meridian - running from north to south. For observers in low to middle latitudes, transit is approximately midway between rise and set, and represents the time at which the body is highest in the sky on any given day. At high latitudes, neither of these statements may be true - for example, there may be several transits between rise and set. The transit of the Sun is local solar (sundial) noon. The difference between the transit times of the Sun and Moon is closely related to the Moon's phase. The New Moon transits at about the same time as the Sun; the First Quarter Moon transits about 6 hours after the Sun; the Full Moon transits about 12 hours after/before the Sun; and the Last Quarter Moon transits about 6 hours before the Sun.