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Monty Python Jun 21
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Melbourne4WikiLeaks Jun 21
“They will not control us.” Thank again for your solidarity last night . You were a force!
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Kate H Jun 21
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Gauteng Weather Jun 21
🌖🇿🇦 Longest night & shortest day in the Southern Hemisphere on Friday! 🌅🔺Sunrise: 6.54am 🌄🔻Sunset: 5.24pm 🌙Duration of night: 13hrs, 30min ☀️Duration of day: 10hrs, 30 min
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Melbourne4WikiLeaks Jun 21
Supporters were cheering but many said they were too afraid to have their photo taken in front of a truck! That’s fascism at work! ! And cheer on those willing to stand up to corruption and up for whistleblowers!!
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Dr. Kim Bernard Jun 21
Happy Mid-Winter from all of us at Palmer Station!! It is a privilege to be a part of this small and wonderful team and to be among those fortunate enough to spend the winter in . Video produced by Station Manager, Ken Keenen.
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Selena Fox Jun 20
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Melbourne4WikiLeaks Jun 21
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Bing Jun 21
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Jun 21
Last night marked but what exactly is it? It’s when the tilt of Earth's axis angles our hemisphere most away from the sun, giving our shortest day and longest night of the year. The closer to the pole you are, the less daylight you'll see:
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Live a Memory Jan 6
My Friend Frederik From Was Visiting Up North of the During the . He Said The Sky Began to Glow at 10am & It Was Dark Around 2pm. So - This is a Pic of a , , & All At The Same Time!
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Malcolm Rees-Francis Jun 21
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Mark Rees Jan 5
"January 5/6 is traditionally considered to be the night of Germanic goddess Frau Holle (Perchta, Bertha, Frigga). Tonight, she closes the invisible door between the worlds of the living and the dead that she opens in the night of the Winter Solstice."
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Sarah Chumacero Jun 21
Happy Winter Solstice from Down Under - even though it is summer solstice over at Stonehenge where I wish I was right now, I am always drawn this magical place.
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ALMA Observatory Jun 21
📌Today at 11:54 am Chile, ❄️in the southern hemisphere, ☀️in the northern hemisphere. The saywas, stone structures built by the Incas, identify and predict equinoxes, solstices and other astronomic events. Research by and ALMA.
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Transurban Jun 20
Though the night may be long and dark, our will light the way for any travellers tonight in its seasonal blues 🌙
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The Letchworth Centre Jul 16
This evenings sound bath meditation is full! Pam & Jurek will next play on Su 1 Sept as part of our wonderful sensory . Further sessions and a workshop are scheduled for next term, along with an extra special session to celebrate the !
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Australian Space Agency Jun 20
Tonight in the Southern Hemisphere, the tilt of Earth's axis angles us further away from the Sun, for the longest night and shortest day of the year, via 🎥
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💧Andrea Gaynor🐝⌛️🦋 Jun 21
Perfect sunset on the terrace ⁦
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Colony Square Jul 17
to our very first celebration. We're looking forward to planning our experience, coming soon. WATCH->
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