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June Solstice on June 21/22

The June Solstice marks the longest day in the Northern Hemisphere and shortest day in the Southern Hemisphere. This year, it will happen on June 21 at precisely 16:39 (4:39 pm) UTC.

Sunrise & Sunset & Solstice in my city

Fun fact: The Earth is actually at its farthest from the Sun during the northern summer. More facts about the June Solstice

New World Clock App for iOS

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Our brand-new World Clock App for iPhone and iPad has a fresh design for iOS 8, sunrise and sunset times, a Time Zone Converter, and more for 4600+ cities worldwide. Sync it on all your iOS devices and instantly access your favorites through the Today extension widget. Get the App now

New for Android: Countdown App

Count down to your next big event in style with our new Countdown App for Android. With 14 themes to choose from, the App is your one stop to see the seconds tick down to your much anticipated event, be it your vacation, an anniversary, wedding or baby due date.

Find out what makes this App unique

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Tell us what you think!

How Will You Celebrate the June Solstice?

Click an option below to send your vote

  1. With song and dance. I'll be attending my local midsummer feast.
  2. I will watch the Solstice sunrise and pretend I am at Stonehenge.
  3. I'll be hosting a party. Hello, summer!
  4. I live in the southern Hemisphere, so I'll be getting my winter wardrobe ready.
  5. Celebrate the Solstice? Why? It's just another day.
Last poll: "Will you be watching the March 20 Total Solar Eclipse? "

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Time Zone News

▶Morocco to pause DST for 5 weeks

▶Egypt cancels DST for 2015


Did you know...

...that June 30, 2015 will have
1 minute with 61 seconds?
Just before midnight UTC,
a Leap Second will be added
to clocks worldwide.

How do Leap Seconds Work?


Tip of the month

In the Northern Hemisphere, the year's latest sunset takes place a few days after the June Solstice. The opposite happens in the Southern Hemisphere - the year's latest sunrise is a few days after the Solstice.

Why is that so?

 

Use our Sun Calculator to find your city's latest or earliest sunset and sunrise of the year.


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