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Friday
August 01, 2014
6:05:02 PM (EDT)

10:05:02 PM (UTC)
Absolute date: 735,446
Day 213 and Second 18,468,302 of current year
146 shopping days until Christmas

Phase of moon: first quarter
Age of moon: 6 days (since last new moon)

For Cleveland (EDT)
Sun rise: 6:22 AM, set: 8:45 PM (today)
Sun rise: 6:23 AM, set: 8:43 PM (tomorrow)

Julian Day
2,456,870.42

Julian Calendar
July 19, 2014

ISO Calendar
Day 05 of Week 31 of Year 2014

World Calendar
Tuesday, July 31, 2014

Hebrew Calendar
6 Av 5774

Islamic Calendar
Shawwal 05, 1435

Mayan Calendars
Long Count: 13.0.1.11.6
Haab (Civil): 19 Xul
Tzolkin (Religious): 5 Cimi

French Revolutionary
Time: 7:53:50
Décade II, Quartidi de Thermidor de l'Année 222 de la Révolution

Coptic
Abib 25, 1730

Ethiopic
Hamle 26, 2006

Persian
Mordad 10, 1393

Baha'i
1st day of Perfection, B.E. 171

Events for 08/01

Births
William Clark (244 years ago)
Francis Scott Key (235 years ago)
Herman Melville (195 years ago)
Dom DeLuise (81 years ago)
Yves St Laurent (78 years ago)
Jerry Garcia (72 years ago)

Deaths
Saint Peter (executed) (1947 years ago)
Francis Gary Powers (once captured U-2 pilot) (37 years ago)

Events
Mark Antony's fleet defected to Octavius Caesar (2044 years ago)
Joseph Priestley successfully isolated oxygen (240 years ago)
First United States census completed (224 years ago)
Whisky Rebellion (220 years ago)
Colorado became the 38th state (138 years ago)
Adolf Hitler opened the Olympic Games in Berlin (78 years ago)
California introduced it's Sales Tax (for Education) (61 years ago)
First Class postage up to 4 cents (56 years ago)
MTV (Music Television) went on the air (33 years ago)
Iraq invaded Kuwait (24 years ago)

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