Sun Spots
Sun Spots
Sunlit Earth Waxing Gibbous
Moon below horison
9 days, 8 hours, 25 minutes (9.35 days)
69% Illuminated
Lunation: 1246
Dawn starts: 6:32am
Sunrise: 7:01am
Transit: 1:02pm
Sunset: 7:03pm
Dusk ends: 7:32pm

Hrs of sunlight: 12h 2m 50s
Hrs of light: 13h 0m 29s


Sunlit Earth
Cloud Cover
Transit:  -------
Moonset: 12:19am
Moonrise: 5:02pm

Full Moon ( Sep-29 )
Last Quarter ( Oct-06 )
New Moon ( Oct-14 )
First Quarter ( Oct-21 )
Full Moon Last Quarter New Moon First Quarter
Full Moon Last Quarter New Moon First Quarter
Sep 29, 2023 @ 4:57 am
September 29, 2023
9:57am UTC
Oct 6, 2023 @ 8:48 am
October 06, 2023
1:48pm UTC
Oct 14, 2023 @ 12:55 pm
October 14, 2023
5:55pm UTC
Oct 21, 2023 @ 10:29 pm
October 22, 2023
3:29am UTC
Vernal Equinox
Start of Spring
Summer Solstice
Start of Summer
Autumn Equinox
Start of Fall
Winter Solstice
Start of Winter
Start of Spring Start of Summer Start of Fall Start of Winter
Mar 20, 2023 @ 4:25 pm
9:25pm UTC
Jun 21, 2023 @ 9:58 am
2:58pm UTC
Sep 23, 2023 @ 1:51 am
6:51am UTC
Dec 21, 2023 @ 9:28 pm
3:28am UTC

Current Sunlight Maps

Current View Above USA

US Day-Night Globe

Current Sun View

Earth From Sun

Current Night View

Earth Opposite Sun

Current Global Map

Global Day-NIght
  • Noon is technically when the Sun is at Zenith.
  • Morning civil twilight is when the Sun is 6 below the horizon and ends at Sunrise.
  • Evening civil twilight begins at Sunset and ends when the Sun reaches 6 below the horizon.
  • Nautical twilight is when the Sun is between 6 and 12 below the horizon.
  • Astronomical twilight is when the Sun is between 12 and 18 below the horizon.

Moon Details from Weather-Display

Additional Moon facts from Weather-Display
Images courtesy of NASA and Fourmilab Switzerland
Astro calendar script by TNET Services , modified by Bashewa Weather