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2020/01/27 14:50 EGPH 271450Z 24014KT CAVOK 05/M00 Q0989
5.3°C 0.0 mm 2.1 mm 2.4 mm 3.2 mph 6.0 mph 985.0 hPa 59% X-Ray Solar Flare Level
Planetary K-Index
Planetary K-Index History
Station Warn Rain Snow Flood Wind Ltng Heat Cold Glob Moon Temp Rain 1h Rain Mon Rain 24h Wind 10m Gust Pressure Hum Proton Levels
Snow
0.534 m Waxing Crescent Cold F1-SSE F: A: Kp:0 SSN:0
Show Active warnings in: Lothian & Borders :
valid from 27.01.2020 20:00 CET Until 28.01.2020 11:00 CET
Wintry showers and ice leading to some travel disruption. Some injuries from slips and falls on icy surfaces. Probably some icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths 
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SUN, MOON & SEASONS

Sun

Earth

Moon

Sun Spots
Sun Spots
Sunlit Earth Evening Crescent
Moon above horizon
2 days, 17 hours, 36 minutes (2.73 days)
7% Illuminated
Lunation: 1201
Dawn starts: 07:33
Sunrise: 08:14
Transit: 12:25
Sunset: 16:36
Dusk ends: 17:17

Hrs of sunlight: 08:19
Hrs of light: 9:44

WINTER

Current
Sunlit Earth
with
Cloud Cover
Transit:  -------
Moonrise: 09:50
Moonset: 19:21

First Quarter ( Feb-02 )
Full Moon ( Feb-09 )
Last Quarter ( Feb-15 )
New Moon ( Feb-23 )
Sunchart
First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter New Moon
First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter New Moon
Feb 2, 2020 @ 1:42 am
February 02, 2020
01:42 UTC
Feb 9, 2020 @ 7:33 am
February 09, 2020
07:33 UTC
Feb 15, 2020 @ 10:17 pm
February 15, 2020
22:17 UTC
Feb 23, 2020 @ 3:32 pm
February 23, 2020
15:32 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, 2020 @ 3:50 am
20/03/2020
03:50 UTC
Jun 20, 2020 @ 10:44 pm
20/06/2020
21:44 UTC
Sep 22, 2020 @ 2:31 pm
22/09/2020
13:31 UTC
Dec 21, 2020 @ 10:02 am
21/12/2020
10:02 UTC

Current Sunlight Map

  • 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.

Images courtesy of NASA and Fourmilab Switzerland
Astro calendar script by TNET Services , modified by Bashewa Weather
TO DO: time until sunset, and check if time is between moonrise and moonset. Name of time of day (dawn, morning, afternoon, evening, dusk, night), http://tempsreel.infoclimat.net/temperature/europe_now.png, http://english.wunderground.com/data/640x480/ukm_marine.gif, http://meteocalpe.com/include/surface_europe1.gif, http://www.estofex.org/forecasts/tempmap/.png, chinese new year, http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?brand=wxmap&zoom=11&query=peebles%2C+uk http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/findweather/getForecast?brand=wxmap&query=55.6410175,-3.1710445 http://www.ogimet.com/cgi-bin/gsynres?lang=en&ind=03162&ndays=30 http://www.ogimet.com/display_metars.php?lang=en&tipo=ALL&ord=REV&nil=SI&fmt=html&lugar=EGPH&anof=2013&mesf=2&dayf=26&horaf=12&minf=0 http://www.ogimet.com/cgi-bin/google_nav?lang=en BT outages: https://btbusiness.custhelp.com/app/service_status_consumer/ http://flightaware.com/live/airport/EGPH
Dawn: 07:34
Sunrise: 08:14
Sunset: 16:36
Dusk: 17:17


19:21
09:50

Full Moon: 07:33 GMT 09 February 2020
New Moon: 15:32 GMT 23 February 2020

07:34Sunrise16:36
08:14Sunset17:17
19:21
09:50
09:50
19:21

Start Moonrise: 09:50
Moonset: 19:21

End
graph
8 hrs 19 min
of Daylight Today
34.7% 65.3%
Which is
0 min Longer
Than Yesterday
There will be 3min 42s more daylight tomorrow

Sun Position
NOTE: The white dashed plot to the right is the previous Moon path up to Moonset.
The plot to the left is for the upcoming Moonrise until midnight tonight.
  • 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.


















07:34Sunrise16:36
08:14Sunset17:17
19:21
09:50
07:33 GMT 09 February 2020
15:32 GMT 23 February 2020
graph
8 hrs 19 min
of Daylight Today
34.7% 65.3%
There will be 3min 42s more daylight tomorrow


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Earth Satellite Vehicle Passes

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ESV Ground Trace
Satellite Ground Trace courtesy: Heavens-Above.com
Bright Satellite List for your location.

Notes about viewing ESVs:
When using lookangles, choose passes with high magnitudes; less than 6.0. ("Looks" are local time.)
Best viewing is when ESV is in Earth's penumbra; on map-solid line during night.
Dotted line on map denotes ESV is dark, in Earth's umbra (shadow).
Objects in orbit have to maintain a speed of at least 17,500mph, therefore ESVs traverse the sky noticeably different than aircraft.
ESVs appearing to blink are either tumbling rocket bodies, or spinning payloads with deployed solar arrays.
High-Eccentricity objects have a more ellongated orbit. Ground trace looks like a backwards C.
Regression-Ground traces will move West with each orbit due to Earth's rotation.

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