February 11, 2018

February 11, 2018

February 11, 2018

February 11, 2018

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February 2018 Calendar

View the month calendar of February 2018 including week numbers.

5 123
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)
View or download the 2018 calendar.
Go to 2018 Calendar.

See also the 2018 Holidays.


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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February 11, 2018

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2018 February 11

A Partial Eclipse Over Manila Bay
Credit & Copyright: Armando Lee (Astron. League Philippines), F. Naelga Jr., 100 Hours of Astronomy (IYA2009)

Explanation: What's happened to the setting Sun? An eclipse! In early 2009, the Moon eclipsed part of the Sun as visible from parts of Africa, Australia, and Asia. In particular the featured image, taken from the Mall of Asia seawall, caught a partially eclipsed Sun setting over ManilaBay in the Philippines. Piers are visible in silhouette in the foreground. Eclipse chasers and well placed sky enthusiasts captured many other interesting and artistic images of the year's only annular solar eclipse, including movies, eclipse shadow arrays, and rings of fire. On Thursday parts of the Sun again will become briefly blocked by the Moon, again visible to some as a partial eclipse of the Sun. Thursday's eclipse, however, will only be visible from parts of southern South America and Antarctica.

Tomorrow's picture: blue comet cluster
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