Salat Times 2018

Salat Times 2018

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Salat times are adopted from http://www.moonsighting.com and are based on longitude and latitude setting of Stevenage. Any questions regarding Islamic issues please contact smcc.imam@gmail.com or call 01438 350865 and ask for Imam.

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Makkah (مكة):

Straight Line Distance: 2995 Miles (4820 Km)
Heading: 119° 31′
Exactly 90° on Al-Hateem side of Ka’abah

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All or part of the following information is used to determine Salat Times:

Great Britain Grid Reference – TL 251 257
Geo Coordinates: 51.916307, -0.182331‎

Latitude: 51° 54′ 58.4″ N
Longitude: 0° 10′ 56.1″ W

Eastings: 525000m
Northings: 225900m

Grid North is: 1° 26’E of True North
Magnetic North is: 1° 24’W of True North and: 2° 50’W of Grid North

Magnetic Declination:

Magnetic North is estimated to be 1 deg 50 min west of grid North (British National Grid) at this location in July 2018 (source British Geological Survey)

Magnetic declination: 1° 50′ WEST
Declination is NEGATIVE (West)
Inclination: 66° 48′
Magnetic field strength: 48757.0 nT

0.48° W ± 0.37° changing by 0.15° E per year
(above values are up-to-date according to The US/UK World Magnetic Model for 2010-2015)

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Declination: The angle of difference between true North and magnetic North. For instance, if the declination at a certain point were 10° W, then a compass at that location pointing north (magnetic) would actually align 10° W of true North. True North would be 10° E relative to the magnetic North direction given by the compass. Declination varies with location and slowly changes in time.

Uncertainty: The one standard deviation difference between a hypothetical measurement and the calculator result. For more information see this page on the WMM limitations.

*Accuracy for the declination is generally within 30 minutes (0.5 degrees) of arc.
*Solar disturbances can cause significant differences between the estimated and actual field values.

The World Magnetic Model (WMM) is produced for the U.S. and U.K. defense agencies with guaranteed quality, user support, and updates. The WMM is a predictive-only model and is valid for the current epoch, 2014-2019. WMM model details: https://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/geomag/WMM.