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Data courtesy of the U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department

You can obtain the times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, transits of the Sun and Moon, and the beginning and end of civil twilight, along with information on the moon's phase by specifying the date and place below and clicking on the "Go" button.

The place name you enter must be a city or town in the U.S. The place's location will be retrieved from a file with over 22,000 places listed. Either upper- or lower-case letters or a combination can be used.  Spell out place name prefixes, as in "East Orange", "Fort Lauderdale", "Mount Vernon", etc. The only exception is "St.", which is entered as an abbreviation with a period, as in "St. Louis". You need only enter as many characters as will unambiguously identify the place.

 Sun & Moon Data for a Specific Date

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 Yearly Astronomical Data Tables
Sun/Moon Rise & Set Times Moon Phases

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Other Links

Solar and Lunar Eclipse Data Page
Moon Phase Calendar
Seasons


 Sun & Moon Information  more info
 
Thusunrise
sunset
Frisunrise
sunset
 
Jacksonville
6:57 AM
7:56 PM
6:56 AM
7:56 PM
2014 2015 audio
Gainesville
7:01 AM
7:58 PM
7:00 AM
7:58 PM
2014 2015 audio
Ocala
7:00 AM
7:56 PM
6:59 AM
7:57 PM
2014 2015 audio
Alma
6:59 AM
8:00 PM
6:58 AM
8:01 PM
2014 2015 audio
St. Simons
6:56 AM
7:56 PM
6:55 AM
7:56 PM
2014 2015 audio
Moon
Last quarter moon Apr 22
New moon Apr 29
First quarter moon May 6
Full moon May 14
2014 2015 audio

 

 


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