In the Northern Hemisphere, your latest sunsets – and latest evening twilights – are happening around now. They always come in late June and early July. Meanwhile, the Northern Hemisphere’s longest day falls on the June 20 solstice. For the Southern Hemisphere, your latest sunrises of the year happen in late June and early July.

Learn why here:

SOURCE: Earth Sky

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