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Thursday
December 05, 2019
12:01:02 PM (EST)

5:01:02 AM (UTC)
Absolute date: 737,398
Day 339 and Second 29,289,662 of current year
20 shopping days until Christmas

Phase of moon: waxing gibbous
Age of moon: 5 days (until next full moon)

For Cleveland (EST)
Sun rise: 7:38 AM, set: 4:57 PM (today)
Sun rise: 7:39 AM, set: 4:57 PM (tomorrow)

Julian Day
2,458,822.71

Julian Calendar
November 22, 2019

ISO Calendar
Day 04 of Week 49 of Year 2019

World Calendar
Tuesday, December 05, 2019

Hebrew Calendar
7 Kislev 5780

Islamic Calendar
Rabi II 07, 1441

Mayan Calendars
Long Count: 13.0.7.0.18
Haab (Civil): 6 Mac
Tzolkin (Religious): 7 Etznab

French Revolutionary
Time: 0:00:72
Décade II, Quintidi de Frimaire de l'Année 228 de la Révolution

Coptic
Hatur 26, 1736

Ethiopic
Khedar 26, 2012

Persian
Azar 14, 1398

Baha'i
13th day of Speech, B.E. 176

Events for 12/05

Births
Martin Van Buren (237 years ago)
General George A Custer (180 years ago)
Arnold Johannes Wilhelm Sommerfeld (151 years ago)
Walt (Walter Elias) Disney (118 years ago)
Werner Karl Heisenberg (118 years ago)

Deaths
Scottish King MacBeth (962 years ago)
Gerhardus Mercator (425 years ago)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (228 years ago)
Claude Monet (93 years ago)

Events
Charles IX became King of France (459 years ago)
Phi Beta Kappa founded (243 years ago)
King Louis XVI went on trial in France (227 years ago)
Folding theater chair patented (165 years ago)
Blue jeans invented (159 years ago)
Prohibition ended, 18th Amendment repealed (86 years ago)
Soviet Union adopted new constitution (83 years ago)
AFL and CIO merged (64 years ago)
US and USSR agreed to peaceful uses of space (57 years ago)
Russia sealed border with Chechnaya (25 years ago)

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