Sunrise and Sunset: Dresden in Juli 2024

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Sunrise and Sunset - Juli 2024

Time Zone: Europe/Berlin,     GMT: +2

Adjusted for Daylight Saving Time. Please note the instructions in the Settings tab!
Adjust the twilight type ("Zenith") if necessary
 Too few weekdays visible? Scroll! 
1. R: 04:52
  S: 21:25
 D: 16:32
2. R: 04:53
  S: 21:24
 D: 16:31
3. R: 04:54
  S: 21:24
 D: 16:29
4. R: 04:55
  S: 21:23
 D: 16:28
5. R: 04:56
  S: 21:23
 D: 16:27
6. R: 04:56
  S: 21:22
 D: 16:25
7. R: 04:57
  S: 21:22
 D: 16:24
8. R: 04:58
  S: 21:21
 D: 16:22
9. R: 04:59
  S: 21:20
 D: 16:21
10. R: 05:00
  S: 21:20
 D: 16:19
11. R: 05:01
  S: 21:19
 D: 16:17
12. R: 05:03
  S: 21:18
 D: 16:15
13. R: 05:04
  S: 21:17
 D: 16:13
14. R: 05:05
  S: 21:16
 D: 16:11
15. R: 05:06
  S: 21:15
 D: 16:09
16. R: 05:07
  S: 21:14
 D: 16:07
17. R: 05:08
  S: 21:13
 D: 16:04
18. R: 05:10
  S: 21:12
 D: 16:02
19. R: 05:11
  S: 21:11
 D: 16:00
20. R: 05:12
  S: 21:10
 D: 15:57
21. R: 05:14
  S: 21:09
 D: 15:55
22. R: 05:15
  S: 21:07
 D: 15:52
23. R: 05:16
  S: 21:06
 D: 15:49
24. R: 05:18
  S: 21:05
 D: 15:47
25. R: 05:19
  S: 21:03
 D: 15:44
26. R: 05:20
  S: 21:02
 D: 15:41
27. R: 05:22
  S: 21:00
 D: 15:38
28. R: 05:23
  S: 20:59
 D: 15:35
29. R: 05:25
  S: 20:57
 D: 15:32
30. R: 05:26
  S: 20:56
 D: 15:29
31. R: 05:28
  S: 20:54
 D: 15:26

Twilight type: official.
R: Sunrise, S: Sunset, D: Day length in hours

Moon phases above in the tab Moon Times

Moonset - Moonrise
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01. S: 16:55
02. R: 01:40
⇓ (27.93%)
02. S: 18:21
03. R:  --:-- 
⇓ (18.42%)
03. R: 02:07
03. S: 19:43
⇓ (10.58%)
04. R: 02:44
04. S: 20:53
⇓ (4.77%)
05. R: 03:37
05. S: 21:47
● (1.23%)
06. R: 04:43
06. S: 22:24
● (0%)
07. R: 05:58
07. S: 22:51
● (1.02%)
08. R: 07:15
08. S: 23:10
⇑ (4.08%)
09. R: 08:31
09. S: 23:24
⇑ (8.93%)
10. R: 09:44
10. S: 23:36
⇑ (15.28%)
11. R: 10:54
11. S: 23:46
⇑ (22.82%)
12. R: 12:03
12. S: 23:56
◐ (31.27%)
13. R: 13:12
14. S: 00:06
◐ (40.34%)
14. R: 14:23
15. S: 00:18
◐ (49.79%)
15. R: 15:37
16. S: 00:33
◐ (59.33%)
16. R: 16:53
17. S: 00:54
◐ (68.68%)
17. R: 18:11
18. S: 01:24
⇑ (77.53%)
18. R: 19:25
19. S:  --:-- 
⇑ (85.5%)
19. S: 02:07
19. R: 20:28
⇑ (92.14%)
20. S: 03:09
20. R: 21:16
○ (97.01%)
21. S: 04:27
21. R: 21:49
○ (99.64%)
22. S: 05:56
22. R: 22:13
○ (99.69%)
23. S: 07:27
23. R: 22:31
○ (96.98%)
24. S: 08:57
24. R: 22:45
⇓ (91.61%)
25. S: 10:24
25. R: 22:59
⇓ (83.89%)
26. S: 11:51
26. R: 23:12
⇓ (74.34%)
27. S: 13:17
27. R: 23:27
◑ (63.58%)
28. S: 14:43
28. R: 23:45
◑ (52.28%)
29. S: 16:09
30. R: 00:08
◑ (41.04%)
30. S: 17:32
31. R: 00:42
⇓ (30.43%)
31. S: 18:45
01. R: 01:29
⇓ (20.93%)

S: Moonset, R: Moonrise
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Important Notes

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The calendar takes into account daylight saving time and standard time. Please note that you may need to adjust the time zone, as the times in the calendar are based on GMT +2 hours (Berlin time zone). "GMT" is somewhat the world base time. Without an adjustment, the calendar will show, for example, what time the sun rises in New York according to Berlin time. (Further explanation and help on time zones in Wikipedia). In the months of the daylight saving time change, the times are mixed. In these months, the sudden jump of one hour is explained. If you want to determine the times for a specific country in a different time zone, you need to enter the difference ("time difference") into the form above. For the example of New York, this means you replace the "0" with "-6" and then click "Update" again.

If you display information about the time zone, you will see this information directly above the calendar for the currently selected location. The bold number indicates the difference to standard time (GMT). DST indicates whether daylight saving time or standard time is currently in effect at the location. Please consider this if you are performing a calculation for a future or past date.

You can use this small calculator to calculate the difference. You then need to update via the form above:

Location: GMT Local value: GMT Difference:  
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Attention! Please check whether there is a daylight saving time change in the relevant country, in which months these changes occur, and how large the time differences are. And keep in mind that on the southern hemisphere, summer is during our winter (and vice versa). You need to additionally account for this information in the table.

The values become less accurate the further north (or south) the locations are. The calculation is based on an astronomical model that refers to locations at sea level. Therefore, the calculations may differ from the actual times at your location for various reasons. One reason could be the altitude at which you are located. The higher your location, the longer the day length.
The mere indication of the moon phases does not allow conclusions about the light conditions at night.

The underlying code has been tested. Nevertheless, no guarantee for the correctness of the calculation can be given

Note on the types of twilight (-> "Zenith")

"Twilight" generally refers to the time when the sun is just setting in the evening. It can equally refer to the time when the sun is rising in the morning. During twilight, the sun is hidden below the horizon. However, the sky already (or still) glows a little to very brightly.

When flying in an airplane, due to the spherical shape of the earth, you can see the sun a bit longer compared to an observer on the ground. The observer on the ground, on the other hand, still sees the airplane in sunlight, although the sun has already disappeared below the horizon. The atmosphere reflects the sun's rays and continues to glow for a while, even though the sun has already set (or for a while before it rises).

There are four categories of twilight. When the sun just disappears below the horizon, the twilight of the "official" sunset begins. After that, when the sun is no longer visible, the "civil twilight" follows. During this time, most outdoor activities can still be carried out without additional light. Then the "nautical twilight" follows. The sky is already so dark that the brighter stars are easily visible. The horizon is still recognizable at sea. When the sun has disappeared 12 degrees below the horizon, the horizon at sea also disappears into the darkness.

Then the "astronomical twilight" follows. More and more stars become visible, but the sky is still too bright for an astronomer to work. Only when the sun has disappeared 18 degrees below the horizon does the last twilight also disappear.

DST = Daylight Saving Time

"Date","Sunrise","Sunset","Noon","Sunlight (hours)","DST"
"Montag, 01. Juli 2024","04:52:57","21:25:07","13:09:02","16:32:10","yes"
"Dienstag, 02. Juli 2024","04:53:41","21:24:46","13:09:13","16:31:05","yes"
"Mittwoch, 03. Juli 2024","04:54:27","21:24:22","13:09:24","16:29:55","yes"
"Donnerstag, 04. Juli 2024","04:55:15","21:23:55","13:09:35","16:28:40","yes"
"Freitag, 05. Juli 2024","04:56:06","21:23:25","13:09:45","16:27:19","yes"
"Samstag, 06. Juli 2024","04:56:59","21:22:51","13:09:55","16:25:52","yes"
"Sonntag, 07. Juli 2024","04:57:54","21:22:15","13:10:05","16:24:21","yes"
"Montag, 08. Juli 2024","04:58:52","21:21:36","13:10:14","16:22:44","yes"
"Dienstag, 09. Juli 2024","04:59:51","21:20:55","13:10:23","16:21:04","yes"
"Mittwoch, 10. Juli 2024","05:00:52","21:20:10","13:10:31","16:19:18","yes"
"Donnerstag, 11. Juli 2024","05:01:56","21:19:22","13:10:39","16:17:26","yes"
"Freitag, 12. Juli 2024","05:03:01","21:18:32","13:10:47","16:15:31","yes"
"Samstag, 13. Juli 2024","05:04:08","21:17:39","13:10:54","16:13:31","yes"
"Sonntag, 14. Juli 2024","05:05:17","21:16:43","13:11:00","16:11:26","yes"
"Montag, 15. Juli 2024","05:06:27","21:15:45","13:11:06","16:09:18","yes"
"Dienstag, 16. Juli 2024","05:07:39","21:14:44","13:11:12","16:07:05","yes"
"Mittwoch, 17. Juli 2024","05:08:53","21:13:40","13:11:17","16:04:47","yes"
"Donnerstag, 18. Juli 2024","05:10:08","21:12:34","13:11:21","16:02:26","yes"
"Freitag, 19. Juli 2024","05:11:24","21:11:25","13:11:25","16:00:01","yes"
"Samstag, 20. Juli 2024","05:12:42","21:10:14","13:11:28","15:57:32","yes"
"Sonntag, 21. Juli 2024","05:14:01","21:09:01","13:11:31","15:55:00","yes"
"Montag, 22. Juli 2024","05:15:21","21:07:45","13:11:33","15:52:24","yes"
"Dienstag, 23. Juli 2024","05:16:43","21:06:27","13:11:35","15:49:44","yes"
"Mittwoch, 24. Juli 2024","05:18:05","21:05:06","13:11:36","15:47:01","yes"
"Donnerstag, 25. Juli 2024","05:19:29","21:03:44","13:11:36","15:44:15","yes"
"Freitag, 26. Juli 2024","05:20:53","21:02:19","13:11:36","15:41:26","yes"
"Samstag, 27. Juli 2024","05:22:18","21:00:52","13:11:35","15:38:34","yes"
"Sonntag, 28. Juli 2024","05:23:44","20:59:24","13:11:34","15:35:40","yes"
"Montag, 29. Juli 2024","05:25:11","20:57:53","13:11:32","15:32:42","yes"
"Dienstag, 30. Juli 2024","05:26:39","20:56:20","13:11:29","15:29:41","yes"
"Mittwoch, 31. Juli 2024","05:28:07","20:54:45","13:11:26","15:26:38","yes"

FAQ about Sunrise, Sunset, and the Technology of the Site

Errors in March or October?
Why are the times for sunrise and sunset not continuous during the last weekend in March and October? Is there an error?
The observed time jump of one hour in the times for sunrise and sunset during the last weekend in March and October is not an error, but the result of the switch between daylight saving time and standard time. In many countries, including those in Central Europe, the clock is set forward by one hour in March (start of daylight saving time) and set back by one hour in October (end of daylight saving time). This switch leads to an apparent shift in the local times for sunrise and sunset. The actual position of the sun in the sky does not change, only our clock time, by which we divide the day.

Why doesn't the calendar show seconds?
I need the data for sunrise and sunset to the exact second. Why is there only a minute-accurate display in the calendar?
Even a minute-accurate indication of the data is difficult because the calculation model cannot include all parameters. For example, it also matters at what altitude you are located. However, you can find second-accurate data in the CSV table. This can be important in some contexts, even if the information cannot be more accurate. For ritual purposes, we recommend using this data as a guideline and consulting with local religious authorities if necessary.

I can't find data for the weekend?
Why do I only see weekdays from Monday to Friday in the calendar on my smartphone?
Due to layout constraints, the calendar has a certain size. If this size exceeds the dimensions of your display, only part of the calendar is shown. The missing data for sunrise and sunset will become visible if you move the calendar, i.e., scroll horizontally.

Can I print the calendar?
I would like to print the calendar, but the other elements on the page bother me. Is there a separate print view?
Yes! Although somewhat hidden, in the tabSettings/Info Downloads, you will find a print view of the current calendar.

Earlier Sunset in December
Why does the sun set earlier on December 11th than on December 21st?
Sunset times vary throughout the year due to the tilt of the Earth's axis and its elliptical orbit around the sun. Although the shortest days are around the winter solstice (around December 21st), the earliest sunset often occurs a few days earlier. This is due to the combination of the Earth's axial tilt and the shape of its orbit, which affects the apparent position of the sun in the sky.

Earliest and Latest Sunset/Sunrise
Why is the earliest sunset in Central Europe around December 11th, but the latest sunrise not until January 1st?
This phenomenon can be explained by the tilt of the Earth's axis and the elliptical orbit of the Earth. These factors lead to a shift in the time between sunrise and sunset. While the earliest sunset occurs before the winter solstice, the latest sunrise happens after the winter solstice. This time shift is a natural part of the annual cycle and is directly related to the way the Earth orbits the sun.

Influence of the Elliptical Orbit
Does the elliptical orbit of the Earth affect the times of sunrise and sunset?
Yes, the elliptical shape of the Earth's orbit does have an influence. The Earth does not move in a perfect circle around the sun but in an ellipse. This means that the Earth's speed in its orbit varies. Combined with the tilt of the Earth's axis, this leads to variations in sunrise and sunset times throughout the year.

Accuracy of Sunrise/Sunset Times
Can I rely on the calculated times of sunrise and sunset to be accurate?
The times for sunrise and sunset provided on this website are based on precise astronomical calculations considering the geographical location. However, it should be noted that these calculations can become less accurate near the poles (high latitudes). This is due to complex astronomical conditions and the fact that standard calculation methods are less precise in extreme latitudes. In most inhabited regions, particularly in mid-latitudes, the calculated times are very accurate. If you have doubts about the data or are in a region near the poles, we recommend consulting additional local sources for verification.

Effects of Horizon Obstruction
How does horizon obstruction affect the times of sunrise and sunset?
Horizon obstruction refers to the phenomenon where landscape features such as mountains or buildings block the horizon. This can cause the sunrise to appear later or the sunset to occur earlier than astronomically calculated. Therefore, the actual perception of sunrise and sunset also depends on local topography and structures. Our calculations are based on a clear horizon, so local conditions can lead to deviations.

Sunlight at Altitude After Sunset
Why does the sun shine on airplanes at high altitudes when it is already dark on the ground?
This phenomenon is due to altitude. The higher an object is above the ground, the longer it remains in sunlight, even when the sun has already set for an observer on the ground. This is because the Earth's atmosphere refracts and scatters sunlight. At high altitudes, such as in an airplane, the sun can still be visible even if it has already disappeared below the horizon for ground observers.

Altitude Differences and Daylight Times
Do altitude differences affect the times of sunrise and sunset?
Yes,Elevation differences can affect the times of sunrise and sunset. In higher altitudes, such as in mountains, the sunrise can be perceived earlier and the sunset later than in lower altitudes. This is due to the fact that the horizon is farther away from a higher perspective, making the sun visible for a longer period.

Planning with altitude and local conditions
Should I consider altitude and local conditions when planning activities around sunrise and sunset?
Yes, it is advisable to consider altitude and local conditions such as buildings or mountains when planning activities that depend on the time of sunrise or sunset. Especially in mountainous or heavily built-up areas, these factors can make a noticeable difference in the perception of daylight times.

Constancy of day length around the winter solstice
Why is the day length almost the same for several days around the winter solstice?
Around the winter solstice, which usually takes place on December 21st, the day length in Central Europe changes only minimally over a period of about a week. This is because the rate of change in day length is at its lowest during this time of year. Therefore, we experience a period, not just a single day, with the shortest day lengths of the year.

Summer solstice - Winter solstice
Is there a similar phenomenon in summer as around the winter solstice?
Yes, a similar phenomenon occurs around the summer solstice, which usually takes place on June 21st. During this period, the day length also changes only very slightly over several days. This leads to a period of the longest days of the year, instead of just a single longest day.

Why does the calendar only show the current month?
I need the calendar for a specific month. However, only the current month is displayed. Can I also view other months?
Yes! You can view the times for sunrise and sunset for any desired month. In the Settings/Info tab Twilight type / Time zone / Date, you will find all the necessary settings.