If the day and time are right, this peculiar sundial will tell you: SOLSTICE. Image credit Jean-Marc Mari
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Seeing Equinoxes and Solstices from Space. Equinox 2017 was at 10:29 GMT on Monday, March 20…
Today’s Solstice coincides with an “extremely rare event ,”a strawberry full moon, for the first time since 1967.
Lulworth Cove, in England, apart of its unique geomorphology, it’s a World Heritage Site and an ideal target for winter solstice photography. Image credit Chris
Winter solstice on September 22: the shortest day of the year, with the sun at its lowest point in the sky.
Today we’ll have summer solstice, one extreme point in Earth’s seasonality. The result of Earth having a tilted axis. On June 21 (or around) is
Yesterday was an equinox, a date when day and night are equal. From now on every day until the next equinox, the night will be
During summer solstice, revellers surround the ancient Stonehenge monument on Salisbury plain.
On or around June 21 is the time when the Sun is at its highest or most northerly point in the sky in the Northern
The moon turned blood-red over a crisp white landscape yesterday in the first lunar eclipse on the winter solstice for nearly 400 years. A lunar