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[[June 21]] usually marks the [[summer]] [[solstice]] in the northern [[hemisphere]] and the [[winter]] solstice in the southern hemisphere, and thus is the day of the year with the longest hours of daylight in the northern hemisphere and the shortest in the southern hemisphere. [[June 21]] usually marks the [[summer]] [[solstice]] in the northern [[hemisphere]] and the [[winter]] solstice in the southern hemisphere, and thus is the day of the year with the longest hours of daylight in the northern hemisphere and the shortest in the southern hemisphere.
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June 21 usually marks the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere, and thus is the day of the year with the longest hours of daylight in the northern hemisphere and the shortest in the southern hemisphere.

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