February 7, 2018

February 7, 2018

February 7, 2018

February 7, 2018

February 2018 Calendar

View the month calendar of February 2018 including week numbers.

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February 2 Groundhog Day
February 12 Lincoln's Birthday
February 13 Mardi Gras Carnival (New Orleans)
February 14 Valentine's Day
February 19 Presidents Day and Washington's Birthday
February 2018 Calendar (Landscape format)
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See also the 2018 Holidays.

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DateSunriseSunsetLength of day
February 1, 20187:0617:1410h 8m
February 2, 20187:0517:1510h 10m
February 3, 20187:0417:1610h 12m
February 4, 20187:0317:1710h 14m
February 5, 20187:0217:1810h 16m
February 6, 20187:0117:2010h 19m
February 7, 20187:0017:2110h 21m
February 8, 20186:5917:2210h 23m
February 9, 20186:5817:2310h 25m
February 10, 20186:5717:2510h 28m
February 11, 20186:5517:2610h 31m
February 12, 20186:5417:2710h 33m
February 13, 20186:5317:2810h 35m
February 14, 20186:5217:2910h 37m
February 15, 20186:5017:3110h 41m
February 16, 20186:4917:3210h 43m
February 17, 20186:4817:3310h 45m
February 18, 20186:4617:3410h 48m
February 19, 20186:4517:3510h 50m
February 20, 20186:4417:3710h 53m
February 21, 20186:4217:3810h 56m
February 22, 20186:4117:3910h 58m
February 23, 20186:3917:4011h 1m
February 24, 20186:3817:4111h 3m
February 25, 20186:3617:4211h 6m
February 26, 20186:3517:4411h 9m
February 27, 20186:3417:4511h 11m
February 28, 20186:3217:4611h 14m

The sunrise and sunset are calculated from New York. All the times in the February 2018 calendar may differ when you eg live east or west in the United States. To see the sunrise and sunset in your region select a city above this list.

See also the position of the moon, check the Moon calendar 2018.


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Valentine Week 2018 Day List: Happy Chocolate Day 2018, Valentine week’s third day; check full list

Valentine Week 2018 Day List: After the Rose Day, the Propose Day (February 8) is here. Today, is the day to pour your heart out and make your special one know about your feelings. So, what’s stopping you. Get a gift and go propose the love of your life. The Valentine week will offer you an array of opportunities to celebrate your love with your loved one after all this is festival of love. This is the favourite time of the lovebirds. Love, Cupid, hearts, chocolates, cards and flowers everywhere. The Valentine Week starts from February 7, 2018, and ends on Valentine’s Day on February 14, 2018. Valentine’s Day is celebrated in honour of Saint Valentine. Although the day is not a public holiday, it is celebrated across the nation with great joy, excitement and enthusiasm.

Rose Day – February 7
The Valentine’s week begins with this day. On this day, as the name indicates, people gift roses to their loved ones as a symbol of their love. While red roses are traditionally associated with romance, yellow roses are given to friends and family.

Propose Day – February 8
On the second day of Valentine Week, one gets a chance to express his/her feeling or propose to his/her crush. There is no better time to express what is in your heart on this day.

Also Read| Happy Teddy Day 2018: Wishes, quotes, greeting images, Whatsapp messages and Facebook status – Valentine day 2018 special

Chocolate day – February 9
This is the favourite day of those having a sweet tooth. People gift chocolates to their loved ones. Chocolates and candies are age-old gifts for first dates, anniversaries, weddings and more.

ALSO READ:Happy Chocolate Day 2018: Wishes, images, greeting, quotes, messages, WhatsApp messages and Facebook status

Teddy Day – February 10
Girls are in love with Teddy Bears. Boys make it a point to gift their girls a cute, fluffy Teddy Bear. This gift is sure to make your partner smile like a kid.

Promise Day – February 11
It’s the day to express your trust for your loved ones. Promises build faith in relationships. On this day, lovers promise loyalty, togetherness and endless affection to each other.

Hug Day – February 12
The warmth of a hug works better than a thousand loving words. On this day, the lovebirds cling to each other to express their love. People also hug their parents, siblings and friends on this day.

Kiss Day – February 13
People in love often say that smiling is the second best thing that one can do with lips, with a kiss being the first. The kiss between a couple marks their love, affection and their respect for each other too.

Valentine Day – February 14
The big day – when love is in the air. On this day, people go out on dates and spend quality time with each other. Many lovebirds also plan, or at least talk about, marriage on this very day.

Valentine’s Day is just eight days away, but the run-up to this occasion is no less exciting. The couples must make it a point to live these days fully so that their loves blossoms.

Wish you all a very sweet, happy, and loving Valentine Week.

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Space Image of the Day Gallery (February 2018)

Image of the Day Archives

For older Image of the Day pictures, please visit the Image of the Day archives. Pictured: NGC 2467.

Total Lunar Eclipse Over NASA

Thursday, February 1, 2018: The Super Blue Blood Moon sets over NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California in this time-lapse composite by NASA photographer Ken Ulbrich. — Hanneke Weitering

Liftoff!

Friday, February 2, 2018: SpaceX launched another used Falcon 9 rocket on Wednesday (Jan. 31). The rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 4:25 p.m. EST (2125 GMT) and delivered the GovSat-1 communications satellite into orbit. — Hanneke Weitering

'Atoms for Peace'

Monday, February 5, 2018: This pinwheel-shaped galaxy, officially named NGC 7252, earned its nickname "Atoms for Peace" because of its superficial resemblance to an atomic nucleus surrounded by a cloud of orbiting electrons. "Atoms for Peace" was also the title of a speech President Eisenhower gave in 1953, in which he promoted the use of nuclear power for peaceful purposes rather than nuclear weapons. This image was captured by the Hubble Space Telescope and processed by citizen scientist Judy Schmidt. — Hanneke Weitering

Ready for Launch

Tuesday, February 6, 2018: SpaceX's new Falcon Heavy rocket stands ready for its first test launch on historic Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The megarocket is scheduled to lift off today at 1:30 p.m. EST (1830 GMT). You can watch a live webcast of the launch here on Space.com, courtesy of SpaceX. — Hanneke Weitering

Falcon Heavy's Route to Space

Wednesday, February 7, 2018: A long-exposure photo of the Falcon Heavy rocket's first test launch yesterday shows the rocket's curved trajectory as it lifts off from Kennedy Space Center and heads toward low-Earth orbit. — Hanneke Weitering

Juno Flies by Jupiter

Thursday, February 8, 2018: NASA's Juno spacecraft took this photo of Jupiter's southern hemisphere during its ninth close flyby of the planet on Dec. 16, 2017. Juno scientists released the image yesterday (Feb. 7) as the spacecraft was completing its tenth such flyby. The spacecraft captured this image from 19,244 miles (30,970 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops, and citizen scientist Gerald Eichstädt processed the raw data from the JunoCam imager to create this color-enhanced view. — Hanneke Weitering

'Ship Tracks' Spotted from Space

Friday, February 9, 2018: Circling the Earth at an altitude of about 500 miles (800 km), the European Space Agency's Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite spotted a cluster of ship tracks in the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of Portugal. But these tracks aren't left behind in the ship's wake; they're actually condensation trails or "contrails" in the atmosphere just like the trails that airplanes create. These ship tracks are created when water vapor condenses in a ship's exhaust fumes. — Hanneke Weitering

Super Blue Blood Moon Over Myanmar

Monday, February 12, 2018: During the Super Blue Blood Moon on Jan. 31, astrophotographer Nay Saw Aung captured this view of the partially eclipsed moon setting over the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar. — Hanneke Weitering

Russia's Record-Breaking Spacewalk

Tuesday, February 13, 2018: A Russian cosmonaut works outside of the International Space Station's Zvezda module during a record-breaking spacewalk on Feb. 2. Clad in their Russian Orlan spacesuits, cosmonauts Alexander Misurkin and Anton Shkaplerov spent 8 hours and 13 minutes installing a new electronics box for a high-gain antenna and broke the record for the longest Russian spacewalk in history. — Hanneke Weitering

The Heart Nebula

Wednesday, February 14, 2018: The star-speckled Heart Nebula glows red with hydrogen gas in this deep-space image by astrophotographer Miguel Claro. At the cusp of its heart-shaped outline is another cloud of dust and gas known as the Fishhead Nebula. — Hanneke Weitering

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