When Does Antarctica Have Its Shortest Days and Longest Nights?

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Antarctica is the southernmost continent on earth and it has the geographical South Pole. The time which the continent experiences short days and long nights is during the summer solstice which is on June 21st or 22nd. This occurs because the tilt of the earth has made Antarctic Circle to be blocked from the sun since the Arctic Circle is receiving full sunlight.
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