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Wednesday
October 18, 2017
12:01:02 PM (EDT)

4:01:02 AM (UTC)
Absolute date: 736,620
Day 291 and Second 25,142,462 of current year
68 shopping days until Christmas

Phase of moon: waning crescent
Age of moon: 2 days (until next new moon)

For Cleveland (EDT)
Sun rise: 7:43 AM, set: 6:41 PM (today)
Sun rise: 7:44 AM, set: 6:40 PM (tomorrow)

Julian Day
2,458,044.67

Julian Calendar
October 05, 2017

ISO Calendar
Day 03 of Week 42 of Year 2017

World Calendar
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Hebrew Calendar
28 Tishrei 5778

Islamic Calendar
Muharram 27, 1439

Mayan Calendars
Long Count: 13.0.4.16.0
Haab (Civil): 18 Yax
Tzolkin (Religious): 9 Ahau

French Revolutionary
Time: 0:00:72
Décade III, Septidi de Vendémiare de l'Année 226 de la Révolution

Coptic
Babah 08, 1734

Ethiopic
Teqemt 08, 2010

Persian
Mehr 26, 1396

Baha'i
3rd day of Knowledge, B.E. 174

Events for 10/18

Births
Ernst Pascual Jordan (115 years ago)
Pierre Trudeau (98 years ago)
Jesse Helms (96 years ago)
Chuck Berry (91 years ago)
George C Scott (90 years ago)
Lee Harvey Oswald (78 years ago)
Mike Ditka (78 years ago)
Pam Dawber (66 years ago)
Martina Navratilova (61 years ago)

Deaths
St Luke (crucified) (1954 years ago)
Charles Babbage (146 years ago)
Thomas Alva Edison (86 years ago)

Events
Boston Shoemakers form first US labor org (369 years ago)
Mason-Dixon line established (250 years ago)
Raid on Harper's Ferry led by John Brown (158 years ago)
US took possession of Alaska (148 years ago)
Ivy League established rules for college football (144 years ago)
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) established (95 years ago)
Soviet troops invaded Czechoslovakia (73 years ago)
Production of neutron bomb components began (39 years ago)

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