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SUMMER SOLSTICE IS TODAY FOR NORTHERN HEMISPHERE

20 Jun 2020, 16:32 UTC
SUMMER SOLSTICE IS TODAY FOR NORTHERN HEMISPHERE
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Hey Space Placers!Today, June 20, is the summer solstice for the Northern Hemisphere. It marks the Sun's highest point in the sky at local noon and the longest day. After today daylight starts getting shorter and shorter until the Winter Solstice.You can tune in to an online celebration of the Summer Solstice at famous Stonehenge.You can also watch the June 21st annular eclipse online.Finally, be sure to check out the sky happenings for June courtesy of NASA JPL.Sky Guy Marooned on Venus (Perpetually Cloudy VA)

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