Results for: June-21

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Why does June 21 have the longest daylight?

It only does this if you live north of the equator. South of the equator, it is the shortest day. Thre reason is that the Earth's north pole is more or less pointed towards th (MORE)

Is June 21 the longest day of the year?

Yes and no, in the Northern Hemisphere June 21st is the longest day  of the year but June 21st is also the shortest day of the year in  the Southern Hemisphere.    In (MORE)

What zodiac sign is June 21?

June 21 is right on the cusp between Gemini and Cancer, so it will  depend on the exact time you were born. Traditionally, June 21 is  considered to be under the sign of Can (MORE)
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Why the days become shorter after 21 June?

The time period that you are referring to is called the summer solstice. It begins around June 21-22 and ends around September 22. This is the time when the earth's path aroun (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

In the northern hemisphere what occurs on June 21 or 22?

The time period that you are referring to is called the summer solstice. It begins around June 21-22 and ends around September 22. This is the time when the earth's path aroun (MORE)

What is June 21 and December 21 importance?

June 21 is the longest day of the year (daylight wise) and December 21 it the shortest day of the year (also daylight wise)
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What was Final Jeopardy for June 21 2010?

The Final Jeopardy category was AFTER THE PRESIDENCY. The clue for this category was One of the 2 presidents to return to elected jobs in U.S. federal government after their (MORE)

Why is it summer in the northern hemisphere on June 21?

Because the earth's axis is tilted towards the sun at this time.  This means the sun's rays are spread over a smaller area than they  are in winter, so it's warmer.
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