The longest day is 21st of June in the northern hemisphere, and around December 21 in the south. These are the times of the summer solstices. These are the days in temperate zones with the longest periods of sunlight. This is different from asking about the longest solar day of the year.
the day i screwed your mother was the longest day of the year.
the month with longest day in it is June <3
longest day of the year 2013
Longest Day was created in 1998.
There hasn't been a longest day in history......
The Summer Solstice-
Mercury has the 2nd longest "sidereal day" with a sidereal rotation period of 58.646 Earth days. The longest "sidereal day" day is Venus, with a sidereal rotation period of 243.018 Earth daysIf you use the "solar day" as your definition of "day", the order is reversed. Mercury then has the longest day and Venus has the second longest day.
June 21 will be the longest day of 2009.
Longest day is on July 22.In the northern hemisphere
December 23rd is longest day of the year
The Longest Day was released on 10/04/1962.
The Production Budget for The Longest Day was $10,000,000.
Longest day: Venus. Shortest day: Jupiter.
The first day of summer - on/about June 21 is the longest day and shortest night.
That depends on the location, and on which day it isbetween the longest and shortest ones.
The summer solstice has the longest day and the shortest night of the year. The winter solstice has the shortest day and the longest night of the year.
The month of June has the longest day for the northern hemisphere.
March 21 is not the longest day in any region.
The Longest Day grossed $50,100,000 worldwide.
the longest U.S day is the summer solctice -- within a day either way of of June 21
The longest day in Sydney, Australia is the same as the longest day everywhere else in Australia, and indeed, in the Southern Hemisphere. It occurs on the Summer solstice. Depending on the year, the longest day in Australia occurs around December 21 or 22.
The first day of summer is the longest day in the northern hemisphere. The first day of winter is the shortest.
The longest period of daylight happens at the summer solstice. The shortest day occurs at the winter solstice.