The Summer Solstice is expected to be very sweet this year, thanks to the arrival of what is known as a Strawberry Moon.
It's the summer solstice! Today the Northern Hemisphere experiences its longest period of daylight of the year, marking the beginning of summer and an extreme point in Earth's seasonality. The photo above, captured from Earth orbit by EUMETSTAT's Meteosat-9, gives us a clue as to why this, but Ron Miller has the full…
One of the results of Earth having a tilted axis is, for better or worse, the seasons. On June 21st, we'll be at one extreme point in Earth's seasonality: the summer solstice. Here's what that means.
In the northern hemisphere, yesterday was the summer solstice - the longest, lightest day of the year. Here are 45 different photos that you took in full-out pagan celebration.