World Wide Scientists have announced 4 things that will happen in our space this month of June and no one should miss them.
1. On 10th June 2021, Ring of Fire which is the first solar eclipse of 2021 happened. This is where the moon moves in front of the sun and blocks most of the light leaving only a bright circle around. It happened today early in the morning when the sun was rising.
(Photo| Ring Of Fire)
3. On 21st June 2021, Summer Solistice will happen. This is will be the longest day of 2021. This always happens between June 20th and June 22th every year but this year it will happen on 21st June. North Pole will be tilted towards the sun and the south Pole away. Countries like UK will enjoy 16 hours of daylight. Sun will rise at around 5Am and set at around 9.30Pm.
4. On 24th Of June 2021, last supermoon of the year 2021 will happen. Supermoon occurs when the moon is at or near the closest point in it's point.
(Photo| Super Moon)
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