|Date||Sunrise||Sunset||Length of day|
|25 September 2020||07:56||19:56||11.5 hour|
|26 September 2020||07:58||19:53||11.5 hour|
|27 September 2020||08:00||19:51||11.5 hour|
|28 September 2020||08:01||19:49||11.5 hour|
|29 September 2020||08:03||19:46||11.5 hour|
|30 September 2020||08:05||19:44||11.5 hour|
|01 October 2020||08:06||19:42||11.5 hour|
|02 October 2020||08:08||19:40||11.5 hour|
|Month||Sunrise||Sunset||Length of day|
Today, the sun rises in Oxford at 07:53 local time (time zone Europe/Amsterdam).
Today, the sun sets in Oxford at 20:00 local time (time zone Europe/Amsterdam).
Once the sun is set, it doesn't automatically mean it's fully dark outside. There's also something called dusk. Dusk is the period of time in which it's still a little light outside after sunset or before sunrise. When it's dusk outside, the sky is slightly lit up, but the sun is still below the horizon.The length of dusk depends on the season of the year. If you want to enjoy dusk today in Oxford, your best option would be to stick with the time of sunset, because it will be dusk right after sunset.
The sunset usually makes for beautiful pictures, which is why we've selected some amazing photos of the sunset in Oxford.
17 September 2020 00:56
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The equator of the sun is 695 kilometers long.