Summer Season Google Doodle: Google today made a doodle for Summer Season or Summer Solstice. Let us tell you that today is the longest day of the year, as well as the beginning of summer in the northern hemisphere from today.
Today, people living in the north of the equator will enjoy most of the sunlight in one day. Not only this, in the north of the Arctic Circle, today the Sun will be visible for 24 hours. At the same time, the Southern Hemisphere will be the smallest day of the year and with this, it will be officially the beginning of the winter. Also on the Antarctic Circle today the sun will not be visible all day and there will be dark shades.
It is not necessary that the longest day of the year will be on June 21. It can be any day between June 20 and June 22. You can understand this as when the sun’s rays fall vertically on the troposphere, the longest day in the Northern Hemisphere. That is, the northern hemisphere is completely tilted towards the sun and with this, the summer starts officially here.
At the same time, in the southern hemisphere, the sun shines in this direction and due to this, the night here is big and the day is short and officially the cold begins. This time, on June 21, the Southern Hemisphere will be the smallest day of the year.
During Summer Solstice, summer, India, America, UK, Canada, Russia and China remain in India, because these countries all come to the Northern Hemisphere.