Colors of scintillating Venus | EarthSky 3/25/17 Venus reaches inferior conjunction today, officially leaving the evening sky. It has been low in the sky, where Earth’s atmosphere has caused Venus to scintillate, or twinkle, in many colors

Colors of scintillating Venus | EarthSky 3/25/17 Venus reaches inferior conjunction today, officially leaving the evening sky. It has been low in the sky, where Earth’s atmosphere has caused Venus to scintillate, or twinkle, in many colors

"The December solstice marks the longest night in Northern Hemisphere and longest day in the Southern Hemisphere.  Celebration time!"

"The December solstice marks the longest night in Northern Hemisphere and longest day in the Southern Hemisphere. Celebration time!"

Sunlight on Earth, on the day of the winter solstice. The north polar region of Earth is in 24-hour darkness, while the south polar region is in 24-hour daylight.

Sunlight on Earth, on the day of the winter solstice. The north polar region of Earth is in 24-hour darkness, while the south polar region is in 24-hour daylight.

** Article Re: Specifics on -  Winter Solstice in December - Shortest Day of the Year (and) Summer Solstice in June - Longest Day of the Year

** Article Re: Specifics on - Winter Solstice in December - Shortest Day of the Year (and) Summer Solstice in June - Longest Day of the Year

Thursday, 12/08/2016: now @ the MDHealthChannels (Multiple Sclerosis / Alzheimer's /Medical Marijuana) pages

March 1 to 19 articles at MSnewsChannel.com (sorry for the delay everyone)...

December solstice 2016 arrives on December 21 at 10:44 UTC. High summer for the Southern Hemisphere. For the Northern Hemisphere, the return of more sunlight!

December solstice 2016 arrives on December 21 at 10:44 UTC. High summer for the Southern Hemisphere. For the Northern Hemisphere, the return of more sunlight!

December solstice 2016 arrives on December 21 at 10:44 UTC. Whether it means winter or summer for you ... it's celebration time!

December solstice 2016 arrives on December 21 at 10:44 UTC. Whether it means winter or summer for you ... it's celebration time!

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