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What is the opposite of the solstice?

The longest day and shortest night occurs on the summer solstice. The shortest day and longest night occurs on the winter solstice. Midway between these points (2x a year) are (MORE)

When do solstices occur?

Twice a year. -Summer solstice, July 23rd -Winter solstice, December 13th The facts below only apply to the Northern Hemisphere -During the summer solstice, the north pole fa (MORE)

What is an solstice?

a solstice is a time when the sun reaches the point where it is lowest and highest at noon and longest and shortest day. solstice The two days of the year on which the sun rea (MORE)

What is solstice?

There are two solstices in a year, a summer soltice and a winter  soltice. The summer solstice is celebrated on the longest day of  the year while the winter solstice is cel (MORE)

What is the spring solstice?

The spring solstice is the beginning of Spring. (March 21st) There is no spring solstice only winter and summer. There are spring and fall equinoxes when the amount of dayli (MORE)

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What is summer solstice?

The summer solstice is the longest day of the year. That is true for the northern hemisphere on Jun 21. In the southern hemisphere, their longest day of the year is on Dec 2 (MORE)

What is antonym of solstice?

Answer: The opposite of a solstice is an equinox. Non-technical explanation: The solstices are the longest day and longest night of the year. Equinoxes are the days of e (MORE)

What is a winter solstice?

The sun's lowest declination in the southern hemisphere, also the shortest day in the year.
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When are the solstices and the equinoxes?

Equinoxes are when there are twelve hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. The autumnal equinox is on September 21st on average, and the vernal equinox is on March 21st o (MORE)