Long Gone Summer The unforgettable tale of the most storied home run chase in baseball history Exclusively on ESPN+ Directed by AJ Schnack. Available on ESPN+. Long Gone Summer. At the summer solstice, the Northern Hemisphere receives the most energy (highest intensity) from the Sun due to the angle of sunlight and day length. However, the land and oceans are still relatively cool, due to spring’s temperatures, so the maximum heating effect on air temperature is not felt just yet. So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. That is how long these verses will live, celebrating you, and continually renewing your life. But one is left with a slight residual feeling that perhaps the youth's beauty will last no longer than a summer's day, despite the poet's proud boast.
By Vigdis Hocken
The summer solstice is the longest day of the year. Solstices are opposite on either side of the equator, so the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere is the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere, and vice versa.
Northern Hemisphere Summer Solstice
(North America, Central America, Europe, Asia, Northern Africa)
June Solstice in Langfurth, Bavaria, Germany is on
Monday, 21 June 2021, 05:32 CEST(Change city)
June Solstice in Universal Coordinated Time is on
Monday, 21 June 2021, 03:32 UTC
Southern Hemisphere Summer Solstice
(Australia, New Zealand, South America, Southern Africa)
December Solstice in Langfurth, Bavaria, Germany is on
Tuesday, 21 December 2021, 16:59 CET(Change city)
December Solstice in Universal Coordinated Time is on
Tuesday, 21 December 2021, 15:59 UTC
So Long Summer
Is It the First Day of Summer?
'Solstice' (Latin: 'solstitium') means 'sun-stopping', because the point where the sun appears to rise and set, stops and reverses direction after this day
The first day of spring, summer, fall and winter can either be defined using astronomical events like solstices and equinoxes, or they can be determined based on meteorological factors, such as average temperatures.
So Long Summer Meaning
Over the centuries, the June solstice has inspired countless festivals, midsummer celebrations and religious holidays.
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One of the world's oldest evidence of the summer solstice's importance in culture is Stonehenge in England, a megalithic structure which clearly marks the moment of the June solstice.
The different blades of the Fan stand for different parts of the global system that can conceptually be separated from others. Examples are climate and climate change; freshwater bodies and freshwater losses, also in combination with established practices of freshwater management; or the global economy and its evolution in terms of GDP, but also material and energy inputs and outputs. They represent different parts of the global system because they consist of different physical parts (air, water, soil, etc.), but also because they contain different processes (physical and chemical processes in the atmosphere vs. processes of capital allocation in the global economy).
However, each of these blades interacts with some or even many other blades. Each blade may be seen as a sub-system of the global technical-economic-political-environmental system, and within the global system they are mutually dependent, often in feedback loops and multi-causal effects of several blades on a given blade.
In several cases, these interactions between the blades accelerate and intensify the critical developments in the individual blades and also in the global overall system. Therefore, the blades need to be seen and investigated in combination although it is convenient to separate them and address them in different scientific “silos”. One of the main goals of the Fan is to facilitate communication and collaboration across blades – so that a more comprehensive bigger picture emerges.
So Long Summer
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