Summer Solstice explained
In astronomy, the term “solstice” to. An astronomical event that occurs when the apparent position of the sun, in the extreme north to the extreme south of the sky other than the sun, the angle of the earth to 23.5 ° C, rotation and revolution are also a crucial role in this phenomenon. The path of the sun when the Tropic of Cancer in June (June solstice) and the Tropic of Capricorn in December (winter solstice).
Although the use of “Midsummer” is limited in the June solstice in the northern hemisphere, it is very popular because this continent is home to about 90 per cent of the world population. In the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere in June called “Winter Solstice” because it marks the beginning of winter. In other words, took place in June solstice to the summer solstice for those in the northern hemisphere and the winter solstice happens to be the summer solstice for those in the southern hemisphere.
When the sun Tropic of Cancer, the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere. This usually occurs on June 21 or 20, and in rare cases, 19 or 22 June For the southern hemisphere, the summer solstice usually occurs in December and 21 or 22, sometimes 20 or 23 December. This may be due to the fact that we assigned to the Gregorian calendar, which means 365 days in a normal year, and 366 is a leap year. A study at Swinburne University of Technology have shown that the orbital rotation of the earth daily and has a role to play in this event.
The Sun Travel can be traced from the equator and the Tropic of Cancer, return to the equator, then. The Tropic of Capricorn and the Equator again When the sun is on the equator, it is “Day and night are equal” means. As in the case of the solstice, even a day and night even meet twice a year, March 1 and September. The journey of the solar year after year, and is also responsible for the appearance of the seasons on the planet.