What is the Summer Solstice and Why is it called the Longest Day of the Year 2023?


The Summer Solstice is the day with the most daylight in the Northern Hemisphere. 

It occurs when the Earth's axis tilted towards the sun at its maximum angle. In 2023, the Summer Solstice will be on June 21.

Green Curved Line

When the sun shines its brightest and longest, it's time to celebrate the summer solstice!

This special day, usually around June 21st, is when the Northern Hemisphere has the most daylight and the shortest nighttime.

For centuries, people all over the world have cherished this magical event and created their own customs to mark its arrival.

The Summer Solstice is a time of celebration in many cultures.

It is often seen as a time of renewal and rebirth.

In the Northern Hemisphere, the Summer Solstice typically has about 15 hours of daylight and 9 hours of darkness.