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22 June 2013
Full Disk View on the Summer Solstice (Northern Hemisphere)
The sun reached it’s farthest point north of the Equator today (at 5:04 GMT). While you have surely noticed the shortening shadows at midday, you can clearly see it on the GOES image taken at sunset Eastern USA time tonight. Notice the 24 hour daylight at the top of the World and the complete absence of sunlight over Antarctica. Here in Maryland, tomorrow will bring 3 seconds LESS sunlight than …