SUMMER BEGINS

The longest day of the year marks the Beginning of Summer in the Northern Hemisphere which starts on June 20th, 21st or 22nd. It is also known as the Summer Solstice.

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The Longest Day of the Year Kindle Edition

by Kim Wright  (Author)  Format: Kindle Edition
The Longest Day of the Year

by Kim Wright  (Author)

Summer Begins on different dates depending on times zones, the latest start date occurring on June 22nd.

The summer solstice is nearly here, and with it comes a rare celestial phenomenon. The first solar eclipse of the decade promises to create a rare "ring of fire" — just in time to kick off the start of a new season.
On June 20-21, people in certain parts of the Eastern Hemisphere will be able to view the eclipse. People in other parts of the world — or anyone who cannot go outside because of the pandemic — can view the entire spectacle online. 
Check out the Special Eclipse this weekend as it creates a ring of fire in the sky.

See the live feed on YouTube .

HOW TO OBSERVE

Enjoy the first day of summer! Use #SummerBegins to share on social media.

HISTORY

Since ancient times, the summer solstice has been marked on calendars with celebrations honoring the sun and as a way to mark the seasons.

DATES
June 21, 2019
June 20, 2020
June 21, 2021
June 21, 2022
June 21, 2023
June 20, 2024
June 21, 2025
June 21, 2026
June 21, 2027
June 20, 2028
June 21, 2029

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