Summer solstice 2015: It's the longest day of the year |Tomorrow daylight will be slightly shorter, and the day after will be even shorter than that. The day is so long today due to the tilt of the Earth as it rotates around the sun — which was at its highest point in the sky all year around noon The weather will continue to get hotter in the coming weeks and days.
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People dance and raise their hands in celebration during the summer solstice shortly after 04.52 am at the prehistoric Stonehenge monument, near Salisbury, England, Friday, June 21, 2013. Following an annual all-night party, thousands of new agers and neo-pagans waited at the ancient stone circle Stonehenge for the sun to come up, but cloudy skies prevented them. They danced and whooped in delight marking the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
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