Find Rise and Set Times for the Sun and Moon

To find today's Rise and Set Times for the Sun and Moon anywhere in the contiguous 48 US states
click on the map at the desired location.
Data about the next moon phase is also shown. If the phase is Full and there will be an eclipse, its data is presented.

The US time zones are shown in different colors and daylight savings time is estimated for you
but be aware that it may not be correct. Adjust the hour accordingly.


Click on the map to get local rise and set times for today.


Single Date Entry Form
Date: mm/dd/yy or mm/dd/yyyy -- month/day/year.
If 2 digit year: 50 - 99 means 19--, 00 - 49 means 20--
Latitude: North South Input degrees:minutes:seconds or decimal
E.g. 40:15:20 or 40:15.333 or 40.2556
Longitude: East West Input degrees:minutes:seconds or decimal
E.g. 75:15:20 or 75:15.333 or 75.2556
Time Zone: Relative to Greenwich, East or West same as Longitude
E.g. Eastern = 5, Pacific = 8, Central Europe = 1
Daylight Savings:Yes No

Date Range Entry Form
Starting Date: mm/dd/yy or mm/dd/yyyy -- month/day/year.
If 2 digit year: 50 - 99 means 19--, 00 - 49 means 20--
Ending Date:
Latitude: North South Input degrees:minutes:seconds or decimal
E.g. 40:15:20 or 40:15.333 or 40.2556
Longitude: East West Input degrees:minutes:seconds or decimal
E.g. 75:15:20 or 75:15.333 or 75.2556
Time Zone: Relative to Greenwich, East or West same as Longitude
E.g. Eastern = 5, Pacific = 8, Central Europe = 1
Daylight Savings:Yes No


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You are visitor since December 15, 1997.

Last updates -- two daylight savings rules changes using map input:
April, 7, 2006 -- new Indiana data, and Arizona remaining on standard time.
December 21, 2006 -- new North American rules.

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