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The hourly sun (at 03:44 pm  UTC on 20 June 2013)

The hourly sun (at 03:44 pm UTC on 20 June 2013)

We're nearing the summer solstice on June 20 which means many of Nunavut's communities are now bathed in 24-hour sunlight including Cambridge Bay, above. Here's a view of the elder's cabin at Fresh Water Creek bridge during the first day of 24-hour daylight taken at 12:24 a.m., May 21. The sun will reach its peak at 12:58 p.m. June 2, according to websites that track these things, and later for communities further north, such as Grise Fiord, where the sun will reach its peak around 1:30…

We're nearing the summer solstice on June 20 which means many of Nunavut's communities are now bathed in 24-hour sunlight including Cambridge Bay, above. Here's a view of the elder's cabin at Fresh Water Creek bridge during the first day of 24-hour daylight taken at 12:24 a.m., May 21. The sun will reach its peak at 12:58 p.m. June 2, according to websites that track these things, and later for communities further north, such as Grise Fiord, where the sun will reach its peak around 1:30…

A Celebration of the Sun! Woohoo! Finally...Wednesday is the 1st official day of Summer! Sometimes referred to as Midsummer Litha - this is the longest day of the year and the shortest night. More than 15 hours of sunlight. The sun is the highest it ever gets in the sky today at high noon. June 20, 2012 is the meteorological start of summer - marking the heat, the sweat, the humidy.

A Celebration of the Sun! Woohoo! Finally...Wednesday is the 1st official day of Summer! Sometimes referred to as Midsummer Litha - this is the longest day of the year and the shortest night. More than 15 hours of sunlight. The sun is the highest it ever gets in the sky today at high noon. June 20, 2012 is the meteorological start of summer - marking the heat, the sweat, the humidy.

HAPPY SUMMER SOLSTICE & HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SUMMER!  The summer solstice arrives Monday, June 20, 2016, at 5:34pm CST, marking the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The timing of the solstice depends on when the Sun reaches its northernmost point of the equator. Summer solstice is the day with the most hours of sunlight during the whole year. #HoustonsLadiesNightOut #FirstDayofSummer #SummerSolstice #Summer

HAPPY SUMMER SOLSTICE & HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SUMMER! The summer solstice arrives Monday, June 20, 2016, at 5:34pm CST, marking the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The timing of the solstice depends on when the Sun reaches its northernmost point of the equator. Summer solstice is the day with the most hours of sunlight during the whole year. #HoustonsLadiesNightOut #FirstDayofSummer #SummerSolstice #Summer

The sun is up and so are we! cMoe will celebrate the “Longest Day of Play” on Saturday, June 20 with extended hours to 7 p.m. Kids of all ages will enjoy indoor and outdoor fun like children's yoga, safety kits with Harrison College Criminal Justice Department, PEF's “Mary Poppins" sneak peek performance and safety demos from local contractors plus much more!

The sun is up and so are we! cMoe will celebrate the “Longest Day of Play” on Saturday, June 20 with extended hours to 7 p.m. Kids of all ages will enjoy indoor and outdoor fun like children's yoga, safety kits with Harrison College Criminal Justice Department, PEF's “Mary Poppins" sneak peek performance and safety demos from local contractors plus much more!

Sun in the ultraviolet..At 05:04 UTC (01:04 a.m. EDT) on June 21 , the Sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky, which we call the summer solstice. It also means in general it’s the longest day of the year

Sun in the ultraviolet..At 05:04 UTC (01:04 a.m. EDT) on June 21 , the Sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky, which we call the summer solstice. It also means in general it’s the longest day of the year

Celebrate the June 20th solstice, when the Sun and the full Strawberry Moon combine their powers to illuminate both day and night. The post June Solstice Brings Late Nights, Bright Sights appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

Celebrate the June 20th solstice, when the Sun and the full Strawberry Moon combine their powers to illuminate both day and night. The post June Solstice Brings Late Nights, Bright Sights appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

The Discipline of the Mind: Drawings of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham     http://www.pkc.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/10A176A3-2CBA-4BDB-B848-062878AF60B1/0/WBGVolcanicIslandB.jpgPerth Museum & Art Gallery, 78 George St, Perth PH1 5LB. Tel:01738 63248821 June - 20 October, Opening hours: 10.00-17.00, not Sun  Free

The Discipline of the Mind: Drawings of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham http://www.pkc.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/10A176A3-2CBA-4BDB-B848-062878AF60B1/0/WBGVolcanicIslandB.jpgPerth Museum & Art Gallery, 78 George St, Perth PH1 5LB. Tel:01738 63248821 June - 20 October, Opening hours: 10.00-17.00, not Sun Free

Mercury, as an evening star, appears in the western sky & sets about an hour after sunset. As a morning star, it appears in the eastern sky, rising about an hour before the sun. There must be a clear, unobstructed horizon on these occasions. Mercury usually appears as a bright "star" with a yellowish or ochre hue. See it mornings from Jan. 5 - Feb. 14, evenings from March 23 - April 8, mornings from April 29 - June 7, evenings from July 5 - Aug. 17, mornings from Sept. 6 - Sept. 20, eve...

Mercury, as an evening star, appears in the western sky & sets about an hour after sunset. As a morning star, it appears in the eastern sky, rising about an hour before the sun. There must be a clear, unobstructed horizon on these occasions. Mercury usually appears as a bright "star" with a yellowish or ochre hue. See it mornings from Jan. 5 - Feb. 14, evenings from March 23 - April 8, mornings from April 29 - June 7, evenings from July 5 - Aug. 17, mornings from Sept. 6 - Sept. 20, eve...

PREPARING THE TRANSIT OF VENUS: THE SUN AND THE MONTJUIC OLYMPIC STADIUM IN BARCELONAPhotographs was made in Cal Ganxo (Castelldefels) by Alfonso Lopez Borgoñoz (Agrupació Astronòmica de Castelldefels) at 6.20 hours on Friday 1 June 2012 during the preparation of the vision of the Venus transit of June 6, 2012 at 6.19 am. I could see the sun rising behind the Montjuic Olympic Stadium (1992) in Barcelona.

PREPARING THE TRANSIT OF VENUS: THE SUN AND THE MONTJUIC OLYMPIC STADIUM IN BARCELONAPhotographs was made in Cal Ganxo (Castelldefels) by Alfonso Lopez Borgoñoz (Agrupació Astronòmica de Castelldefels) at 6.20 hours on Friday 1 June 2012 during the preparation of the vision of the Venus transit of June 6, 2012 at 6.19 am. I could see the sun rising behind the Montjuic Olympic Stadium (1992) in Barcelona.

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