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TIDES AND SOLUNAR CHARTS Port Shelter

Enjoy to the max a well-planned fishing expedition in Port Shelter
FISHING FORECAST
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WEATHER PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
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cloud cover -%
precipitation -
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Maximum -° C
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Wind chill -° C
Humidity
- %
Dew point -° C
Visibility
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Changes in pressure have a considerable influence on the activity of fish
Pressure
  hPa
RISING
STABLE
FALLING
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General Fishing Conditions:
VERY GOOD
GOOD
POOR
Fishing changes by pressure trend:
RISING
Very good.
Bite might slow as conditions stabilize
STABLE
Normal activity
FALLING
Good at first. Changing to poor
General Fishing Conditions:
VERY GOOD
GOOD
POOR
Rapidly fluctuating either way is indication of good fishing
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© TIDES4FISHING | WEATHER CONDITIONS IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
Coastal area forecast
PORT SHELTER COAST
Open water forecast
SEA NEAR PORT SHELTER
Atmospheric pressure (hPa)
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© TIDES4FISHING | WEATHER FORECAST FOR PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

WATER TEMPERATURE PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020

The effects of Water Temperature

Fish are cold blooded, which means their metabolism is strongly influenced by the temperature of their surrounding environment. Fish want to stay comfortable. Consequently, even a small change or break will cause fish to move from one location to another.

In general, this behavior varies for each species and place, so we can not specify an ideal water temperature, however as a general rule we will try to avoid the temperatures abnormally cold in summer and too warm in winter. Remember, look for the comfort zones and you will find the fish.

Current Temperature   air / water
17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
Water temperature plays an important role in the behavior of fish. When the water is cold, fish are lethargic and inactive, and the same happens if the water is too hot.

At this moment the current water temperature in Port Shelter is -. The average water temperature in Port Shelter today is -.

Water temperature plays an important role in the behavior of fish. When the water is cold, fish are lethargic and inactive, and the same happens if the water is too hot.
DAILY EVOLUTION OF WATER TEMPERATURE IN PORT SHELTER
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6h
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17 h
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22 h
23 h
NOTICE
Our prediction algorithm for water temperature is in development phase. Although in most places we get a value very close to the actual sea water temperature, it may not be accurate in certain areas. Please, use with caution.
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© TIDES4FISHING | WATER TEMPERATURE IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

SWELL PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
Significant wave height
It is normal for waves to vary in height from one to the next. To give you an idea of the range of waves to expect at a given time, we consider the significant wave height as the average height of the highest third of the waves in the open sea.

The significant wave height provides an estimation of wave heights recorded by a trained observer from a fixed point at sea because we tend to pay more attention to the larger waves.
Current wave conditions
17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
Wave direction - (-°)
Significant height -
Wave period -
Most frequent waves
The most frequent wave height will be about half the height of the significant wave.
Significant height
About 14% of waves will be higher than the significant wave height (about 1 in every 7 waves).
Maximum waves
It is normal to expect a wave of twice the height of the significant wave about 3 times in 24 hours.
This means at this moment you need to be prepared for a wave of - before heading out on the water.
SWELL CHART
significant wave height
salida de sol
sunrise
puesta de sol
sunset

SWELL TABLE
wave direction
significant wave height
wave period
6:54 h
18:21 h
height (m)
windsurfing
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22 h
0 h
kitesurfing
SURF FORECAST IN PORT SHELTER
windsurf

We consider the waves in the open sea.

The waves you will find on the shore can be slightly affected by the orientation of the coastline and the seabed of the beaches, although in most cases they are usually equivalent.

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© TIDES4FISHING | SWELL FORECAST IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020
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HIGH TIDES AND LOW TIDES PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
high tide
4:27 h
low tide
8:16 h
rising
falling
Current status of water
17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
The water level is falling. There are 2 hours until low tide.

Today Monday, 17th of February of 2020, the sun will rise in Port Shelter at 6:54 h and sunset will be at 18:21 h. In the high tide and low tide chart, we can see that the first high tide was at 4:27 h and the next high tide will be at 15:27 h. The first low tide will be at 8:16 h and the next low tide at 23:57 h.

Today we will have 11 hours and 27 minutes of sun. The solar transit will be at 12:37 h.

The water level is falling. There are 2 hours until low tide.
6:54 h
18:21 h
grid
height (m)
3.0
2.3
1.5
0.8
0.0
4:27 h
8:16 h
15:27 h
23:57 h
tides for Port Shelter
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TIDES
high tide
low tide
SUN
sunrise
sunrise
sunset
sunset
FISH ACTIVITY
very high activity
high activity
average activity
-
low activity
tide table
© TIDES4FISHING | HIGH TIDES AND LOW TIDES IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

TIDAL COEFFICIENT PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
45
MORNING
46
AFTERNOON
Tidal coefficient
17 FEBRUARY 2020

The tidal coefficient today is 45, a low value, which means that the range (difference between high tide and low tide) will be lower than on other occasions and the currents will also be small. At noon the tidal coefficient increases to 46. The day ends with a tidal coefficient of 49.

The heights today are 1.2 m, 1.1 m, 1.9 m and 0.8 m referenced to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW).

We can compare these levels with the maximum high tide recorded in the tide tables for Port Shelter which is of 2.6 m and a minimum height of 0.0 m.

45
coef. 0:00 h
46
coef. 12:00 h
49
coef. 0:00 h
grid
max height 2.6 m
min height 0.0 m
height (m)
3.0
2.3
1.5
0.8
0.0
4:27 h
1.2
8:16 h
1.1
15:27 h
1.9
23:57 h
0.8
tides for Port Shelter
0 h
2 h
4 h
6 h
8 h
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22 h
0 h
TIDES
high tide
low tide
HEIGHT
high tide height
high tide height
low tide height
low tide height
maximum height
minimum height
TIDAL COEFFICIENT
tidal coefficient
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© TIDES4FISHING | TIDAL RANGE IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

The following graph shows the progression of the tidal coefficient in the month of February of 2020.These values give us a rough idea of the tidal amplitude in Port Shelter, forecast in February.

Large coefficients indicate important high and low tides; major currents and movements usually take place on the sea bed. But bear in mind that this tidal amplitude may be greatly affected by the weather and you should also consult the weather forecast in Port Shelter, the wind in Port Shelter and the surf forecast in Port Shelter before you go fishing.

mareas
coefficient
120
100
80
60
40
20
tides for Port Shelter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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18
19
20
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22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
COEFFICIENT
very high
high
average
low
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© TIDES4FISHING | PROGRESSION OF THE TIDAL COEFFICIENT | FEBRUARY 2020

TIDE TABLE PORT SHELTER

FEBRUARY 2020
All the times are generated in local time in China.
The heights are expressed in meters referenced to Mean Lower Low Water (MLLW). It is the average of the lower low water height of each tidal day observed over the official time segment over which tide observations are taken and reduced to obtain mean value.
You can change the time format and the default unit for height in the
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Press any day in the tide table to load all the information.
February 2020
Select a view or swipe over the table:
TIDE TABLE
TIDE TABLE
SOLUNAR TABLE
SOLUNAR TABLE
Port Shelter fishing PORT SHELTER
February, 2020
DAY MOON PHASE RISING AND SETTING OF THE SUN TIDES FOR PORT SHELTER SOLUNAR ACTIVITY
1st TIDE 2nd TIDE 3rd TIDE 4th TIDE COEFFICIENT SOLUNAR ACTIVITY
1
Sat
7:02 h
18:11 h
0:20 h
1.6 m
7:15 h
0.9 m
14:09 h
1.5 m
20:07 h
1.2 m
44
low
2
Sun
7:02 h
18:12 h
1:14 h
1.4 m
7:31 h
1.0 m
14:46 h
1.6 m
22:07 h
1.1 m
40
low
3
Mon
7:01 h
18:12 h
2:55 h
1.2 m
7:48 h
1.1 m
15:33 h
1.6 m
23:41 h
1.0 m
40
low
4
Tue
7:01 h
18:13 h
5:03 h
1.1 m
8:11 h
1.0 m
16:26 h
1.8 m
46
low
5
Wed
7:00 h
18:14 h
0:40 h
0.7 m
6:59 h
1.1 m
9:00 h
1.0 m
17:19 h
1.9 m
56
average
6
Thu
7:00 h
18:14 h
1:24 h
0.5 m
8:11 h
1.2 m
10:54 h
1.2 m
18:11 h
2.0 m
69
average
7
Fri
6:59 h
18:15 h
2:04 h
0.4 m
8:50 h
1.2 m
12:15 h
1.2 m
19:02 h
2.2 m
82
high
8
Sat
6:59 h
18:15 h
2:42 h
0.2 m
9:24 h
1.3 m
13:13 h
1.1 m
19:51 h
2.3 m
93
very high
9
Sun
6:59 h
18:16 h
3:21 h
0.1 m
9:58 h
1.3 m
14:03 h
1.1 m
20:40 h
2.4 m
101
very high
10
Mon
6:58 h
18:17 h
3:59 h
0.1 m
10:31 h
1.4 m
14:52 h
1.0 m
21:28 h
2.4 m
105
very high
11
Tue
6:57 h
18:17 h
4:38 h
0.2 m
11:06 h
1.5 m
15:41 h
1.0 m
22:16 h
2.3 m
104
very high
12
Wed
6:57 h
18:18 h
5:16 h
0.3 m
11:40 h
1.5 m
16:33 h
0.9 m
23:06 h
2.2 m
97
very high
13
Thu
6:56 h
18:18 h
5:53 h
0.5 m
12:16 h
1.6 m
17:31 h
1.0 m
86
high
14
Fri
6:56 h
18:19 h
0:00 h
1.9 m
6:30 h
0.6 m
12:53 h
1.7 m
18:39 h
1.0 m
72
high
15
Sat
6:55 h
18:19 h
1:05 h
1.7 m
7:05 h
0.8 m
13:35 h
1.8 m
20:06 h
1.0 m
58
average
16
Sun
6:54 h
18:20 h
2:33 h
1.4 m
7:40 h
1.0 m
14:25 h
1.8 m
22:02 h
0.9 m
48
low
17
Mon
6:54 h
18:21 h
4:27 h
1.2 m
8:16 h
1.1 m
15:27 h
1.9 m
23:57 h
0.8 m
45
low
18
Tue
6:53 h
18:21 h
6:42 h
1.2 m
9:06 h
1.2 m
16:36 h
1.9 m
49
low
19
Wed
6:52 h
18:22 h
1:05 h
0.6 m
8:19 h
1.2 m
10:32 h
1.1 m
17:42 h
2.0 m
57
average
20
Thu
6:52 h
18:22 h
1:49 h
0.5 m
8:59 h
1.2 m
11:51 h
1.2 m
18:39 h
2.0 m
66
average
21
Fri
6:51 h
18:23 h
2:23 h
0.4 m
9:26 h
1.2 m
12:50 h
1.2 m
19:28 h
2.1 m
74
high
22
Sat
6:50 h
18:23 h
2:54 h
0.4 m
9:50 h
1.3 m
13:38 h
1.1 m
20:09 h
2.1 m
80
high
23
Sun
6:50 h
18:24 h
3:23 h
0.4 m
10:11 h
1.3 m
14:21 h
1.0 m
20:46 h
2.1 m
84
high
24
Mon
6:49 h
18:24 h
3:51 h
0.4 m
10:31 h
1.4 m
15:00 h
1.0 m
21:20 h
2.1 m
85
high
25
Tue
6:48 h
18:25 h
4:19 h
0.5 m
10:51 h
1.4 m
15:38 h
1.0 m
21:53 h
2.1 m
84
high
26
Wed
6:47 h
18:25 h
4:46 h
0.6 m
11:10 h
1.5 m
16:17 h
1.0 m
22:25 h
2.0 m
80
high
27
Thu
6:47 h
18:25 h
5:11 h
0.7 m
11:27 h
1.5 m
16:56 h
1.0 m
22:58 h
1.9 m
74
high
28
Fri
6:46 h
18:26 h
5:33 h
0.8 m
11:41 h
1.6 m
17:39 h
1.0 m
23:32 h
1.7 m
66
average
29
Sat
6:45 h
18:26 h
5:51 h
0.9 m
11:55 h
1.6 m
18:29 h
1.0 m
57
average
TIDES
high tide
low tide
SUN
sunrise
sunset
ACTIVITY
very high activity
high activity
average activity
-
low activity
Port Shelter fishing PORT SHELTER
February, 2020
DAY TIDES FOR PORT SHELTER
1st TIDE 2nd TIDE 3rd TIDE 4th TIDE SOLUNAR ACTIVITY
1
Sat
0:20 h
1.6 m
7:15 h
0.9 m
14:09 h
1.5 m
20:07 h
1.2 m
2
Sun
1:14 h
1.4 m
7:31 h
1.0 m
14:46 h
1.6 m
22:07 h
1.1 m
3
Mon
2:55 h
1.2 m
7:48 h
1.1 m
15:33 h
1.6 m
23:41 h
1.0 m
4
Tue
5:03 h
1.1 m
8:11 h
1.0 m
16:26 h
1.8 m
5
Wed
0:40 h
0.7 m
6:59 h
1.1 m
9:00 h
1.0 m
17:19 h
1.9 m
6
Thu
1:24 h
0.5 m
8:11 h
1.2 m
10:54 h
1.2 m
18:11 h
2.0 m
7
Fri
2:04 h
0.4 m
8:50 h
1.2 m
12:15 h
1.2 m
19:02 h
2.2 m
8
Sat
2:42 h
0.2 m
9:24 h
1.3 m
13:13 h
1.1 m
19:51 h
2.3 m
9
Sun
3:21 h
0.1 m
9:58 h
1.3 m
14:03 h
1.1 m
20:40 h
2.4 m
10
Mon
3:59 h
0.1 m
10:31 h
1.4 m
14:52 h
1.0 m
21:28 h
2.4 m
11
Tue
4:38 h
0.2 m
11:06 h
1.5 m
15:41 h
1.0 m
22:16 h
2.3 m
12
Wed
5:16 h
0.3 m
11:40 h
1.5 m
16:33 h
0.9 m
23:06 h
2.2 m
13
Thu
5:53 h
0.5 m
12:16 h
1.6 m
17:31 h
1.0 m
14
Fri
0:00 h
1.9 m
6:30 h
0.6 m
12:53 h
1.7 m
18:39 h
1.0 m
15
Sat
1:05 h
1.7 m
7:05 h
0.8 m
13:35 h
1.8 m
20:06 h
1.0 m
16
Sun
2:33 h
1.4 m
7:40 h
1.0 m
14:25 h
1.8 m
22:02 h
0.9 m
17
Mon
4:27 h
1.2 m
8:16 h
1.1 m
15:27 h
1.9 m
23:57 h
0.8 m
18
Tue
6:42 h
1.2 m
9:06 h
1.2 m
16:36 h
1.9 m
19
Wed
1:05 h
0.6 m
8:19 h
1.2 m
10:32 h
1.1 m
17:42 h
2.0 m
20
Thu
1:49 h
0.5 m
8:59 h
1.2 m
11:51 h
1.2 m
18:39 h
2.0 m
21
Fri
2:23 h
0.4 m
9:26 h
1.2 m
12:50 h
1.2 m
19:28 h
2.1 m
22
Sat
2:54 h
0.4 m
9:50 h
1.3 m
13:38 h
1.1 m
20:09 h
2.1 m
23
Sun
3:23 h
0.4 m
10:11 h
1.3 m
14:21 h
1.0 m
20:46 h
2.1 m
24
Mon
3:51 h
0.4 m
10:31 h
1.4 m
15:00 h
1.0 m
21:20 h
2.1 m
25
Tue
4:19 h
0.5 m
10:51 h
1.4 m
15:38 h
1.0 m
21:53 h
2.1 m
26
Wed
4:46 h
0.6 m
11:10 h
1.5 m
16:17 h
1.0 m
22:25 h
2.0 m
27
Thu
5:11 h
0.7 m
11:27 h
1.5 m
16:56 h
1.0 m
22:58 h
1.9 m
28
Fri
5:33 h
0.8 m
11:41 h
1.6 m
17:39 h
1.0 m
23:32 h
1.7 m
29
Sat
5:51 h
0.9 m
11:55 h
1.6 m
18:29 h
1.0 m
Port Shelter fishing PORT SHELTER
February, 2020
DAY MOON PHASE RISING AND SETTING OF THE SUN COEFFICIENT SOLUNAR ACTIVITY
1
Sat
7:02 h
18:11 h
44
low
2
Sun
7:02 h
18:12 h
40
low
3
Mon
7:01 h
18:12 h
40
low
4
Tue
7:01 h
18:13 h
46
low
5
Wed
7:00 h
18:14 h
56
average
6
Thu
7:00 h
18:14 h
69
average
7
Fri
6:59 h
18:15 h
82
high
8
Sat
6:59 h
18:15 h
93
very high
9
Sun
6:59 h
18:16 h
101
very high
10
Mon
6:58 h
18:17 h
105
very high
11
Tue
6:57 h
18:17 h
104
very high
12
Wed
6:57 h
18:18 h
97
very high
13
Thu
6:56 h
18:18 h
86
high
14
Fri
6:56 h
18:19 h
72
high
15
Sat
6:55 h
18:19 h
58
average
16
Sun
6:54 h
18:20 h
48
low
17
Mon
6:54 h
18:21 h
45
low
18
Tue
6:53 h
18:21 h
49
low
19
Wed
6:52 h
18:22 h
57
average
20
Thu
6:52 h
18:22 h
66
average
21
Fri
6:51 h
18:23 h
74
high
22
Sat
6:50 h
18:23 h
80
high
23
Sun
6:50 h
18:24 h
84
high
24
Mon
6:49 h
18:24 h
85
high
25
Tue
6:48 h
18:25 h
84
high
26
Wed
6:47 h
18:25 h
80
high
27
Thu
6:47 h
18:25 h
74
high
28
Fri
6:46 h
18:26 h
66
average
29
Sat
6:45 h
18:26 h
57
average
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Port Shelter fishing IMPORTANT NOTICE
The times reflected in the tidal table for Port Shelter are predictions valid as references for sports fishing in areas near the coast of Port Shelter. THEY ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR NAVIGATION. Remember that to practice any activity at sea like diving, windsurfing and fishing from a boat or underwater fishing should always be consulted with the official tide tables of the port of Port Shelter. + info
tide table
© TIDES4FISHING | TIDE TABLE FOR PORT SHELTER | FEBRUARY 2020
solunar

RISING AND SETTING OF THE MOON PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020

The moon rose in the southeast (111°) at 1:36 h and will set in the southwest (248°) at 12:51 h.

The lunar transit is the time at which the moon crosses the local meridian (Port Shelter, 114.3° E) at 7:13 h.
The length of time the moon will be visible is 11 hours and 15 minutes.
tide table
© TIDES4FISHING | RISING AND SETTING OF THE MOON IN PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

SOLUNAR ACTIVITY PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
SOLUNAR ACTIVITY: LOW
According to the solunar theory, today is a bad day for fishing, the fish activity forecast is low, however, this is just a chance so we encourage you to take your rod and try it during solunar periods.
The best times of day for fishing are:
MAJOR PERIODS
AVERAGE ACTIVITY
from 7:13 h to 9:13 h
Lunar transit (moon up)
AVERAGE ACTIVITY
from 19:43 h to 21:43 h
Opposing lunar transit (moon down)
MINOR PERIODS
LOW ACTIVITY
from 1:36 h to 2:36 h
Moonrise
LOW ACTIVITY
from 12:51 h to 13:51 h
Moonset
kitesurfing
solunar solunar solunar
solunar solunar
solunar
Port Shelter fishing
2:36 h
1:36 h
9:13 h
7:13 h
13:51 h
12:51 h
21:43 h
19:43 h


The solunar periods indicate the best times of day for fishing in Port Shelter. The major periods correspond to the lunar transit (passage of the moon over the meridian) and the opposing lunar transit and last approximately 2 hours. The minor periods begin with the rising and setting of the moon and its duration is approximately 1 hour.

When the solunar period coincides with sunrise or sunset, we can expect more activity than initially planned. These peak periods are reflected in green. We additionally point out in the chart the periods of greatest activity during the year with a big blue fish on the period bar + info

SUN
sunrise
sunrise
sunset
sunset
MOON
moonrise
moonrise
moonset
moonset
SOLUNAR ACTIVITY
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high activity
average activity
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low activity
OUTSTANDING PERIODS
best periods of the year
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© TIDES4FISHING | SOLUNAR CHARTS FOR PORT SHELTER | 17 FEBRUARY 2020

MOON PHASE PORT SHELTER

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
Last
Quarter
Moon
The lunar phase is a Last Quarter Moon.
MOON AGE
23
DAYS
MOON AGE
LIGHTING
38 %
LIGHTING
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© TIDES4FISHING | MOON PHASE | 17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
New Moon
23
FEB
New Moon
23th of February of 2020 at 23:32 h
in 7 days
First Quarter Moon
03
MAR
First Quarter Moon
3rd of March of 2020 at 3:57 h
in 15 days
Full Moon
10
MAR
Full Moon
10th of March of 2020 at 1:48 h
in 22 days
Last Quarter Moon
16
MAR
Last Quarter Moon
16th of March of 2020 at 17:34 h
in 28 days
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© TIDES4FISHING | UPCOMING MOON PHASES | FEBRUARY 2020

ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATION MOON, SUN AND EARTH

TODAY, MONDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 2020
MOON
DISTANCE EARTH-MOON
375 649 km
ANGULAR DIAMETER EARTH-MOON
0° 31' 49"
SUN
DISTANCE EARTH-SUN
147 795 071 km
ANGULAR DIAMETER EARTH-SUN
0° 32' 23"
solunar
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© TIDES4FISHING | ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATION | 17 FEBRUARY 2020
PORT SHELTER
SUNRISE
6:54 h
SUNSET
18:21 h
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© TIDES4FISHING | LIGHTING THE EARTH IN THIS MOMENT | 17 FEBRUARY 2020, 6:13 h
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CHINA, ASIA
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CHINA

Aberdeen Harbor | Amoy | Baie du Nord (Ile Naochow) | Bar Signal Station (Liao Ho) | Bay Islet (Namoa Island) | Breaker Point | Canton (Back Reach) | Cape Kami (Hainan Str) | Chang-shan-ssu Chiao | Changhing Tao (Fuchou Bay) | Changtze Tao (Blonde Grp) | Chao-shin-kou | Chefoo Harbor | Chiangyin | Chiehti Chien Ho Bar | Chiming Island | Chin-men Shui-tao | Chinghai Point | Chingtao (Kaochou Wan) | Chino Bay | Choho Point (Chuanchou Hbr) | Chu Tao (bamboo Islet) | Chunlan Harbor | Ch´in-huang-tao | Dairen Ko | Daliang | Dove Cove (Jungcheng Bay) | Eijoshi Wan (yingchengtze) | Fu-jung Tao (Laichou Wan) | Hai Ling Shan Harbor | Hai-k´ou (hoihow) | Hai-yang Tao | Hainan Tsui | Haiyanghsien | Hong Kong | Hsiao-p´ing Tao | Hsinlitun (shinlitsuton) | Hu-li-t´ao (Pulantien Chiang) | Hu-lu Tao (lump Island) | Hu-lu-tao Harbor | Huan-hai-ssu-ti Tsui (temple Head) | Huang-pu | Huangchiatang Wan | Huitau Bay | Hunghai Wan | Jones Cove | Kapshui Mun | Kau Lan | Kerr Islet (Hingwa Channel) | Knob Rock | Laomi Kow Bar | Liching Ho Bar | Ling Shui Bay | Litao Bay | Liu-chiao Chiang | Long Moun (Tonkin Gulf) | Loshan Chun Islands (Haitan Str) | Lu-shun Chiang (port Arthur) | Macao Harbor | Makung | Malan Cove | Matsu Road | Meichou Sound | Mu-chi-tao Chiao | Namo Harbor (Hachwan Island) | Nan Wan (Wei-chou Tao) | Nan-cheng-huang Tao (Miao-tao Grp) | Niao-tsui Head | Pai-ch´uan Lieh-tao | Pai-ma-ching | Panyuchuan (payuchuan) | Pei Chieh (Si Kiang) | Pei-hai | Pei-hai (Tonkin Gulf) | Pei-li Chiang (bakli Bay) | Peng Chau | Plover Point | Pochi Tao (Pulantien Chiang) | Port Beaumont (Chan Chiang) | Port Shelter | San-ya Chiang (samah Bay) | Sangkou Bay | Santuao Anchorage | Shacheng Harbor | Shaleitien Tao | Shanghai | Shanghai (Huangpu River) | Shinto Islands | Slaoching Ho Bar | Spider Island | Star Reef (Lao Shan Bay) | Swatow | Swatow (Han Chiang) | Ta-ku K´ou (Dairen Wan) | Tachangshan Tao (Elliot Grp) | Tai Tam Bay | Takow Ho Bar | Takushan Road | Talu Tao | Tan-tung | Tanglwan Anchorage (Miao-tao Grp) | Tianjin Xingang | Tide Cove | Tientsin (Hai Ho) | Tientsin Entr (taku) | Tinpak Harbor | Tsang Chou (Bias Bay) | Tsengchiatun (sokaton) | Tu-mi-an | Tung-chia Harbor | Tung-chia Kou (Kuantung Bay) | Tung-shan Harbor | Victoria Harbour | Wai-ling-ting | Wang-chia Bay | Wei-hai-wei | Wen Wei Rock | West Brother | West Brother Islet (Min River Entr) | White Rock Point | Xiamen | Yang-tou Wan | Ying Ko Hai | Ying-kou (Liao Ho) | Yu Lin Chiang | Yu Yen (encounter Rock) | Yun-shan Chiao

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