Civil Aviation Rules state that a person must not operate a RPAS at night (unless the operation is indoors or a shielded operation.)
To fly in daylight only you must know the legal difference between day and night.
Seems simple doesn’t it?
What is your definition of night? when it’s too dark to see? half an hour after sunset until half an hour before sunrise?
The rules by which you fly your RPAS (or any aircraft), state the definition of night is the hours between-
Night and day are between very specific times, this time changes every day and is dependant on your location. If you are flying close to these times then it is your responsibility as the Pilot in Command to know the earliest or latest time you may fly your RPAS.
Where can you find out these exact times? See you in our 2 day course!