The first day of summer and the lengthiest day of the season.

The summer officially began with 21st of June at 5:14 a.m. EDT.

At the time the sun was aligned with an imaginary line that circles around the world 23.5 degrees to the north of the equator. This line is known by the Tropic of Cancer.

The solstice of summer is the day that has the longest duration of light throughout the Northern Hemisphere and shortest amount of darkness.

This is also the beginning of the astronomical winter in those in the Southern Hemisphere.

Tampa will get thirteen hours, 53 mins and 54 seconds of daylight.

The north pole will get all the time of day.

The tropical part of cancer will get 13.5 hours of light.

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