What Is the Longest Day Called?

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The Summer Solstice
Saturday, June 21, 2014 in the northern hemisphere
The Summer Solstice is the longest period of daylight in the year. It usually falls around June 21 in the northern hemisphere, and December 21 in the southern.
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The longest day is called the Summer Solstice and this day is characterised by the stopping or standing still of the sun. At this time the sun is at its maximum elevation and it results in the shortest night of the year and the longest day.
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I know for me, it can be some days at work when everything just seems to go wrong. If you are looking for the technically longest day, you would thinking of June 21st.
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1. Celebrate the beginning of summer by spending a day at the beach. Enjoy the day alone, with your special someone, with your. family., or with a group of friends. Search for shells
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The summer solstice is the longest day of the year; it falls on June 21
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