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  1. Rare coincidence promises an extra bright solstice

    The Christian Science MonitorJun 20 11:12 AM

    This year's solstice will be the brightest in decades, thanks to a rare astronomical coincidence when the Strawberry Moon rises in the sky on June 20.

  2. People around the world celebrated the summer solstice Monday, as well as the strawberry moon, known for its coloring and timing during the strawberry harvest. 

  3. People around the world celebrated the summer solstice Monday, as well as the strawberry moon, known for its coloring and timing during the strawberry harvest. 

  4. This year's solstice will be the brightest in decades, thanks to unusual timing of a Strawberry Moon.

    Why Monday's full moon is so special - The Christian Science Monitor

  5. Skywatchers won't see another full moon on a June solstice until 2062.

  6. 19th-Century White House Garden Aligns with Solstice Sun

    LiveScience.com via Yahoo! NewsJun 03 07:58 AM

    A 19th-century garden just north of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington, D.C., was designed so that its statues align with the rising and setting sun on the summer and winter solstices, a physics professor has found. Using satellite imagery and astronomical software, Amelia Sparavigna, of Politecnico di Torino in Italy, discovered the phenomenon. The solstice sun aligns with ...

  7. Happy summer: The solstice is Monday

    USA TodayJun 18 10:27 PM

    The summer solstice — the annual moment at which the sun is the highest it ever gets in the sky — occurs Monday at 6:34 p.m. ET.              

  8. France's annual summer solstice music extravaganza -- a party it has exported across the globe -- will be slightly muted this year amid terror fears and the Euro 2016 football tournament. The Fete de la Musique (Make Music Day) sees citizens throng the streets to enjoy thousands of pop-up concerts -- whether a marching band in a garden, a rock group on a corner or a Parisian playing DJ from his...

  9. A Time for Science throws Summer Solstice Star Party

    The Daily ReflectorJun 26 09:21 PM

    Julius Jones, right, 9, and Ezra Zapler, 8, both of Greenville, maneuver their kayaks on the pond at A Time for Science during the recent Summer Solstice Star Party.

  10. LONDON — On Monday night, as crowds gathered to celebrate the summer solstice — the longest day of the year — something pretty rare occurred. In fact, this once-a-year phenomenon was upstaged by a nearly once-in-a-lifetime event.  For the first time since 1967, the summer solstice coincided with a full moon; or a "strawberry moon." And, according to astronomers, the full moon won't appear again...

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