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Winter Solstice

Princy P. John 1

The Northern Hemisphere of the planet observes the Winter solstice on December 21. Winter Solstice is the shortest day and the longest night of the year.

A solstice is an astronomical event when the tilt of Earth's axis with respect to the sun is maximum.

Winter solstice in Northern Hemisphere also marks the longest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere called as Summer Solstice.

  1. Charles J Pallan Charles J Pallan

    Great work Ms Princy. Short and to the point. With clear thought. Lucky students I say. May God continue to bless your work, and your family.

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