File this under “TIL.”

Today, July 8, is the one day of the year when 99 percent of everyone on Earth is in sunlight at the same time.

It was a brief moment at 6:15 A.M. (CST), lasting only a few minutes. And it’s, technically, just those places with people. And it wasn’t like the whole planet suddenly had sun, so places in “nautical” and “astronomical” twilight still counted. has a breakdown of the different types of twilight, if you need them. Who knew there was more than one?

Here’s a graphic that breaks down who had what in terms of sunlight this morning.