nautical twilight


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nautical twilight

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Dotted lines indicate start of nautical twilight (blue), start of civil twilight (green), sunrise (red), sunset (red), end of civil twilight (green) and end of nautical twilight (blue) from left to right (https://www.ivb.cz/wp-content/uploads/FZ-vol.-68-2-2019-He-et-al.-Fig._S1-1.jpg).
It has a beautiful sparkly surface that mimics the fall of night as well as the colours of the nautical twilight.
Accordingly, Strepsiptera at Wakulla Beach were more apt to fly during nautical twilight, and only E.
Nautical twilight comes next, when the brightest stars are visible to steer by.
(9) NATO (April 1949) The Warsaw Pact was formed in 1955 after West Germany joined NATO (10) Beginning Morning Nautical Twilight and End Evening Nautical Twilight ("First light" and "Last light").
All records were classified as day, night, or twilight values on the basis of the mean monthly time (Pacific Standard Time [PST]) of sunrise, sunset, and nautical twilight at the initial tagging location from the Astronomical Applications Department of the U.S.
ARGUS MERCURY TARLAN 12.10 KINGSWELL THEATRE Silver GenT 12.40 GOLD INGOT JUST CHILLY 1.10 BIRTHDAY GUEST FIRTH OF THE CLYDE 1.40 INDIAN VOYAGE NAUTICAL TWILIGHT 2.15 NAUTICAL TWILIGHT FRIZZO 2.50 FRIZZO ONE MORE GO 3.25 Virnon TRACKFACTS NEWCASTLE: A left-handed oval track one mile six furlongs in extent, gradually rising from the turn into the straight four furlongs from home.