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The sun will be reign over the sky for almost 13 hours today in Thailand, making today (June 21) the longest day of the year. The extended sunlight hours mark the beginning of the summer season in the entire Northern Hemisphere, formally known as “The Summer Solstice.” The sun rose from the sky’s northeastern horizon at 5:51am this morning in Thailand, and will fall at the northwestern most point in the sky at 18:47pm, giving Thailand 12 hours and 56 minutes of daylight today in total. That’s 2 hours and 16 minutes more daylight than the Winter Solstice, the shortest day […]

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3 minutes ago, Cabra said:

Umm... not just Thailand. It's the longest day (most daylight) of the year for the entire northern hemisphere. 

Yes, UK is today...

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