The longest day and shortest night of the year occurs on June 20, with the onset of summer music in the northern hemisphere of the planet, which marks the end of spring.
Related to fertility, for crops and humans, the date of summer varies from June 20 to June 22, depending on the year and local time zone.
As the sun sets at its maximum about the equator of the earth, its arrival leads to the longest day of the year with about 15 hours of light.
According to the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the axis around which our planet orbits itself is 23.5 degrees, which makes it possible to receive more light in the Northern Hemisphere; The opposite occurs in the south.
Because of this movement, the North Pole on this day will move more directly toward the Sun than at any other time in 2021. Although this does not mean that it will be the hottest year of the year in that hemisphere.
However, during the summer the earth absorbs a large amount of sunlight, and although it takes time for the oceans to warm up, the temperature difference begins to appreciate between July and August.
Summer Psalm Boriyal In summer the Arctic Circle is always lit 24 hours a day, in countries like Finland and Norway it is daylight, and it gets very late and records a few hours of darkness.
This phenomenon occurs when the Sun is at its peak from the Earth’s equator. They take place twice a year, in June and December.
The longest season of the first year begins tonight.
Approximately 94 days after summer, it is followed by 92 days and 18 hours of spring, after which the fall is kept with 89 days and 20 hours.
Winter closes the list with its 88 days and 23 hours.