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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam
    On 19/04/2011 at 19:55, Weather-history said:

    We are now approaching the time of the year where it never goes completely dark at night and the UK night is actually a lingering twilight. For twilight to end, the sun has to be 18 degrees below the horizon.

    Date when Astronomical twilight is not reached for these locations

    Lerwick: 21st April

     

    It has come around again. 2 days to go

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    We are now approaching the time of the year where it never goes completely dark at night and the UK night is actually a lingering twilight. For twilight to end, the sun has to be 18 degrees below the

    Timelapse of the shortening nights. Hopefully a clearer night nearer the solstice 14th May

    Just a week to go to the longest day  

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  • Location: Crewe, Cheshire
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  • Location: Crewe, Cheshire

    7 weeks left of lingering twilight.

    Sunrise is already pretty much as early as it can get now, nights continue draw out slightly for a couple of weeks yet.

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