Today, on June 21, 2019, at 5.54 pm, astronomical summer begins among the inhabitants of the northern hemisphere of the Earth.
This is the brightest and longest day of the year and is called Summer Solstice. At the same time, winter will come for the inhabitants of the southern hemisphere of the Earth, according to the Astronomical Society "Ruđer Bošković".
Note that on June 21, on the day of the summer solstice, the length of daylight hours is the longest, and the night is the shortest. On June 21, 2019, the sun will shine as much as (!!!) 15 hours and 36 minutes, and the night will last only 8 hours and 24 minutes. In addition, on this day, the height of the sun above the horizon is the highest throughout the year.
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