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Xain Sheikh Photography Jan 11
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Australian Space Agency Jun 20
This morning at 07:43AM (πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί EST) marked the in the Southern Hemisphere. This is when the Earth's axis angles us the furthest away from the Sun, making it the shortest day β˜€οΈ and longest night of the year πŸŒ‘ πŸŽ₯
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dawn Jun 28
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SYNTHICIDE music Jun 19
Happy Winter Solstice Australia. Would usually be attending a massive bonfire tonight at the annual solstice festival, but thanks C-19. Instead, some of us are doing our own deep in the woods near an amazing abandoned place I recent found. Look at this beauty.
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Weatherzone Jun 13
The is one week away. πŸŒ™ At 7:44am AEST next Sunday, Australia will have its shortest day of 2020 as Earth’s southern hemisphere will reach its farthest tilt away from the sun. Full story at
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Gauteng Weather Jun 21
πŸŒ• Longest night & shortest day in the Southern Hemisphere on Sunday! Sunset: 5.24pm Sunrise: 6.54am
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Mandi Jun 20
Happy Winter Solstice β˜ƒοΈ maximum tilt away from the Sun🌞Summer is on it's way πŸ’ƒ
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MkhuluWeSivivane | #CountryDuty #Ubuntu πŸžπŸ†πŸ’šπŸ•―πŸ’« Jun 21
Happy Winter SolsticeπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ. It is a time of death, gestation, regeneration, and rebirth. Mother Moon is Giving Birth to the Sun God. As darkness overcomes the Sun, the loss of Light is mourned. Shortest day and longest night of the year. Inzalo Yelanga, πŸ™πŸΏπŸ’šπŸ•―οΈπŸŒž
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carienschultz Jun 19
Shortest day, Longest night
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Stuart Kells Jun 21
. Dark morning in the library.
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO FTSE Jun 21
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Weatherzone Jun 21
Sunday was Australia's shortest day of the year - the . Here's how it looked from space. πŸ›°
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Anita Jacoby AM Jun 20
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sarah_romeyn Jun 20
occurs at 7:43am AEST today, Sunday June 21. At this moment the sun is at its most northerly point on its path through the sky. The solstice is a natural turning point in the year.... Historically it was a time of new beginnings, of rebirth and revival.
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NIWA Jun 19
The is at 9:43 am⏰ tomorrow (21 June)! Marking the point from which and the rest of the Southern Hemisphere begins receiving more daylight as the sun’s β˜€οΈ angle in the sky begins to increase 😎
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Jonathan Levin Jun 20
Stormy skies setting on a
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Naked Numerology Feb 2
FEBRUARY 2... 2020... (also called Brigid's Day) is a Gaelic traditional festival marking the beginning of SpringπŸ¦‹β˜€οΈπŸŒ·! We are halfway now between the and the ! Imbolc is celebrated in and . Burn red candles!πŸ•―
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The Isle of Wight Deer Farm Jan 22
Leaving behind the , the days start getting longer and the -as phototropic animals- perceive this and start generating hormones to get the pedicule to soften. This makes it 'itch' and they like to play softly with each other. They are not 'fighting'.
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Nunatsiaq News Jan 8
The setting sun shines on ’s waterfront in the early afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 8. It’s been almost three weeks since the , and the days are slowly growing longer. (Photo by Dustin Patar)
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NIWA Jun 21
A daring group of staff leapt into Wellington's Harbour today to celebrate πŸ₯ΆπŸŒŠ
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