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The Azimuth of the Sun at Rise and Set
Graphics and table

Enter the latitude in decimal degrees, enter the longitude in decimal degrees, 

You may use the keys "d", or "m" to
increase the date or month, 

The azimuth is the angular distance measured along the horizon (compass angle, bearing). The angle is measured clockwise
(eastwards) from the North point: 
The azimuth angle at rise and set (Azo) depends on the current declination (delta) of the Sun and on the latitude (beta) of the observer: At a mid northern latitude (beta=45° N): for sommer solstice (delta = +23.5°) the azimuth angle of the rising Sun is and for winter solstice (delta = 23.5°): 

Use the Write... menu to get a table, which can be printed (by copy and paste). 

More Applets and details on my home page:
Applet showing the annual variation of the azimut angle at a fixed hour of the day
Azimuth of the Sun and the Moon at rise or set
Some photos:

National Geophysical Data Center: magnetic
declination calculator 
(c) 20052013 J. Giesen
Last
change:
2013,
Feb 03