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nautical twilight


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The period before sunrise and after sunset when the centre of the Sun's disk is between 6° and 12° below the horizon. It begins in the evening when the brightest stars become visible. During nautical twilight the sea horizon is visible so that altitudes of celestial objects can be measured. See also twilight.

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