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Google on Friday celebrated the longest day of the year in Northern Hemisphere by way of dedicating a doodle. Also called summer time solstice, or midsummer, the longest day occurs when one of the vital Earth's poles has its maximum tilt toward the Sun. The solstice occurs when the solar is without delay over the imaginary Tropic of Cancer. In 2019, this will likely happen at 9:24 pm.

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