|Current Time:||Aug 16, 2021 at 6:18:01 pm|
|Sun Distance:||94.077 million mi|
|Next Equinox:||Sep 22, 2021 9:21 pm (Vernal)|
|Sunrise Today:||7:17 am↑ 76° East|
|Sunset Today:||6:22 pm↑ 284° West|
What time does the sunset in Cape Town in summer?
Summer in Cape Town sees up to 14-hours of daylight, with the sun setting at about 8pm at the height of the season when temperatures regularly hit the 30s Celsius (90s Fahrenheit).
What time does the sun rise in July in South Africa?
July 2021 — Sun in Johannesburg
|18||6:53 am ↑||5:34 pm ↑|
|19||6:53 am ↑||5:35 pm ↑|
|20||6:52 am ↑||5:35 pm ↑|
What time is golden hour in Cape Town?
Cape Town, South Africa – Position of the sun in the sky on August 18, 2021
|Golden Hour||07:21 – 07:54||33 min.|
|Golden Hour||17:45 – 18:18||33 min.|
How long after the sunsets does it get dark?
So How Long Does It Take to Get Dark after the Sunset? In short, it takes somewhere between 70 and 140 minutes for the Sun to go past 18º below the horizon and reach the night phase. However, closer to the equator, the timeframe would be around 23 minutes.
What is the shortest day in South Africa?
JOHANNESBURG – The winter solstice, marking the day with the shortest daylight and the longest night of the year, will take place on Friday, 21 June. The June solstice is known as mid-winter in the Southern Hemisphere and will mark the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere.
What time is evening in South Africa?
Early afternoon: noon-3 p.m. Mid-afternoon: 2-4 p.m. Late- afternoon: 3-6 p.m. Evening: 6-9 p.m.
What time is the Sun fully down?
Sydney, NSW, Australia — Sunrise, Sunset, and Moon Times for Today
|Current Time:||Aug 10, 2021 at 5:55:29 am|
|Sunrise Today:||6:37 am↑ 72° East|
|Sunset Today:||5:23 pm↑ 287° West|
|Moonrise Today:||8:56 am↑ 86° East|
|Moonset Today:||9:06 pm↑ 271° West|
What will be the latest sunset in 2021?
The earliest sunrise in 2021 arrives on June 14th, about a week before the summer solstice, which is June 20th at 11:32 p.m, EDT, and the latest sunset happens a week after that, on June 27th (at the 40° N.