THE SUMMER SOLSTICE

THE SUMMER SOLSTICE: Today is the first day of summer for the northern hemisphere, the longest day of the year. On this day, the Sun reaches it’s maximum northern declination of the year. Thus, this day is the winter solstice for the southern hemisphere, the shortest day of the year for the lands south of the equator. For a detailed explanation of the solstice and the Sun’s annual cycle, check out our Signs & Seasons curriculum => http://classicalastronomy.com/products/

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