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Sunrise & Sunset times

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This topic doesn't seem to really fit anywhere, but thought it was useful info. I was surprised when I worked in Cleveland, Ohio, during the summer, the sunset was around 6-7pm, not what I was used to.

 

http://www.gaisma.com/en/dir/au-country.html

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Guest ayan05

How charming places ... i love the places like that you share.

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6.10 this morning, Brampton Island in the background.

 

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Cheers, Bobj.

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Hi nj

Going by what you posted and these links below, there is a big variation in sunrise/sunsets all over Oz........ Melbourne has the longest days, by the looks of it!!!!! 8)

Theres some more info below...

 

http://www.livingin-australia.com/compare-australia-cities.htm

http://www.livingin-australia.com/climates-australia-cities.htm

 

Well, Tassie will have longer days in summer, being nearer the poles and all that

:)

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But I think I'm correct in saying that even Tasmania doesn't have as long summer evenings as anywhere in the UK - I recall there was a thread here about this.

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But I think I'm correct in saying that even Tasmania doesn't have as long summer evenings as anywhere in the UK - I recall there was a thread here about this.

 

Southernmost point of UK is Lizard Point - 49.96 degrees N

 

Hobart is at 42.88 degrees S

 

So summer days everywhere in the UK will be longer in terms of daylight hours than anywhere in Aus. Reverse applies in winter of course

 

I did enjoy living north of Stockholm.....for most of June & July it never got properly dark, dark royal blue was about the colour of the night sky

:)

http://www.gaisma.com/en/location/uppsala.html

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