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Photo Gallery | First Summer Solstice Full Moon in Nearly 70 Years

City of Tonawanda, NY Between Clinton Park and Niagara Street: 

Those whom stepped outside Monday night to see the luner specitcal, were treated to ligetning The summer solstice marks the longest day of the year and the official start of summer. The solstice officially starts at 6:34 p.m. ET, the exact time the sun will be in the northernmost position in the sky, directly over the Tropic of Cancer. As today’s sun makes its western decension, the moon will rise in the east. It will fill the sky with rose light.

This unique luner phenomenon hasn’t occurred since 1948.

Last night'sit is reported that a live stream event will occur by Farmer’s Almanac

While the summer solstice and June full moon combination is rare, it is actually mathematically predicted to happen every 15 years, Flarmer’s Almanac reported. 

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