1455 days from today

Today is September 30th, 2022 (Friday), so 1455 days from today would be:

September 24th, 2026 (Thursday)

Time Zone: America/Denver ((MDT), GMT-06:00)

• Day numbers: 267

• Week number: 39

• Leap year: 2026 is not a leap year

• Daylight Saving Time: Yes

• Sunrise time: 06:21 am

• Sunset time: 06:28 pm

• Day length: 12h 07m

• Source: suntoday.org

• Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous

• Illumination: 96%

• Moon Age: 13.09 day(s)

• Source: mooninfo.org

September 24, 2026 Holidays and National Days

September 24 in History

2009
LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Device) “sonic cannon,” a non-lethal device that utilizes intense sound, is used in the United States for the first time, to disperse protestors at the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, Penn.
2005
Hurricane Rita, the 4th-most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded, comes ashore in Texas causing extensive damage there and in Louisiana, which had devastated by Hurricane Katrina less than a month earlier.
1996
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty signed by representatives of 71 nations at the UN; at present, five key nations have signed but not ratified it and three others have not signed.
1993
Sihanouk is reinstalled as king of Cambodia.
1979
CompuServe (CIS) offers one of the first online services to consumers; it will dominate among Internet service providers for consumers through the mid-1990s.
1970
The Soviet Luna 16 lands, completing the first unmanned round trip to the moon.
1969
The “Chicago Eight,” charged with conspiracy and crossing state lines with the intent to incite a riot, go on trial for their part in the mayhem during the 1968 Democratic Party National Convention in the “Windy City.”
1962
The University of Mississippi agrees to admit James Meredith as the first black university student, sparking more rioting.
1960
The Enterprise, the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier, is launched.
1957
President Dwight D. Eisenhower sends federal troops into Little Rock, Arkansas, to protect nine black students entering its newly integrated high school.