June 20, 2014
The first day of summer this year (and the summer solstice) is June 21st. We know it’s summer because the earth’s axis tilts toward the sun from June to September – this means warmer weather and longer days. This year’s summer solstice also stands out because it will be followed shortly after by the largest “supermoon” of the year. In the early hours of Sunday, June 23, the moon will officially reach its full phase and will be the closest to Earth that it will be all year. Take advantage of these long summer days by taking walks at night, eating dinner on your balcony and hanging out by your apartment pool.
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