# The sun clock

The map below shows the current position of the Sun and the Moon. It shows which areas of the Earth are in daylight and which are in night.

UTC time = Montag, 18. April 2016, 10:28:00.

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= The Sun's position directly overhead (zenith) in relation to an observer.

= The Moon's position at its zenith in relation to an observer (Moon phase is not shown).

= Nautical Twilight

= Astronomical Twilight

= Night, no twilight (darkest shade)

### Position of the Sun

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The ground speed is currently 455, 35 meters/second, 1639, 3 kilometres/hour, 1018, 6 miles/hour or 885, 1 nautical miles/hour (knots). The table below shows position of the the Sun compared to the time and date above:

Latitude: 11° 03' North Longitude: 22° 49' East Time Longitude Difference Latitude Difference Total Later Degrees Distance Direction Distance 1 minute 0° 15' 00.1" 27, 32 km West 0° 00' 00.9" 0, 03 km North 27, 32 km 1 hour 15° 00' 08.2" 1639, 09 km West 0° 00' 52.0" 1, 60 km North 1639, 05 km 24 hours 0° 03' 15.5" 5, 93 km West 0° 20' 43.0" 38, 19 km North 38, 65 km

### Position of the Moon

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The ground speed is currently 448, 93 meters/second, 1616, 1 kilometres/hour, 1004, 2 miles/hour or 872, 6 nautical miles/hour (knots). The table below shows position of the the Moon compared to the time and date above:

Latitude: 4° 34' North Longitude: 164° 31' East 1 minute 0° 14' 33.8" 26, 93 km West 0° 00' 09.0" 0, 28 km South 26, 94 km 1 hour 14° 33' 48.3" 1616, 04 km West 0° 09' 09.2" 16, 87 km South 1616, 30 km 24 hours 10° 23' 24.2" 1152, 95 km East 3° 42' 33.6" 410, 17 km South 1225, 78 km
Source: www.timeanddate.com
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