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- 21 June was the biggest day and solar eclipse of the year, now 21 December is the shortest day and great consumption
Monday was the shortest day of the year 2020 in the northern hemisphere across the country. December 21, 2018 was the day of the year when the Sun was perpendicular to the Tropic of Capricorn from the southern hemisphere under both the Sun and Earth positions. This led to the longest Sunday night in the Northern Hemisphere and Monday being the shortest day of the year. In such a situation, the day was about 10 hours 20 minutes in the country’s capital on Monday. In easy language, the Sun was the highest distance from Earth on Monday. Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn also took place on the evening of 21 December. Now next conjunct will be of Venus and Mars in 2021.
Next focal events
Mars and Saturn on April 5, 2022, Jupiter-Venus and Mars-Jupiter on April 30, 2022 will coincide on May 29, 2022. There will be a solar eclipse on June 10 and December 4, 2021. These two will not be visible in India. However, two lunar eclipses occurring in May and November 2021 will be visible in parts of India.
Great Connection Now After 60 Years
On December 21, Saturn and Jupiter had great connections. During this time there was a distance of about 0.1 degree between these planets. Earlier Jupiter and Saturn were as close as on 16 July 1623. The next time after 60 years, ie in 2080, we will see great connections of both these planets. This is just an astronomical event. Also, it will not have any effect on the earth.
Astronomical events both on 21 June and 21 December
June 21 was the biggest day of the year. There was also a solar eclipse on this day. Which appeared in India. Now on December 21, when it was the shortest of the year. Then another astronomical event occurred. On this day there was a difference of about 1 degree between Saturn and Jupiter. Due to which both these planets came very close. Now such an event will happen after many years.
The biggest day was on June 21, a difference of up to 7 hours
The biggest day of 2020 in India was 21 June. On this day, the sun is on the Tropic of Cancer from the northern hemisphere. In such a situation, 21 June was the biggest day in India for about 15 hours and 50 minutes. After this, the days started getting shorter. December 21 was the shortest day. On this day, the Sun was on the Tropic of Capricorn. Now days will start to get bigger. After this, on March 21, the sun will be on the equator. Day and night will remain equal on this date.