In the country, the longest day of the year on 21st June is the longest day. Along with Saal Ka Sabse Bada Din, the longest day of the year on 21st June is also the shortest night of the year. On this date, the sun’s rays fall on the earth for the longest time. The rays of the sun stay on the earth for about 15 to 16 hours. That’s why this day is called the longest day of the year. It is also called solstice. It means the sun is standing still. But why does this happen? Understand its scientific approach.
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Reason for having a big day –
The reason behind June 21 being the longest day of the year is that on June 21, the Sun is at the North Pole of the Earth, meaning the northern hemisphere, due to which the sunlight falls directly on the Tropic of Cancer passing in the middle of India. The sun’s rays stay on the earth for a longer time than other days. For this reason, this day has the longest day of the year and the shortest night. On this day in all the countries present in the northern hemisphere, the day is long and the night is short. Well once in 1975, June 22 was the biggest day of the year. Now this will happen in 2203.
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The shadow leaves with –
The special thing is that on this day such a moment also comes when your shadow leaves you. On June 21, the sun is at a very high altitude. From this day the nights start getting longer. By September 21, day and night become equal. After this, from September 21, the process of getting longer night starts increasing. This process takes place till December 23.
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