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What Is The Area Between The Tropic Of Cancer And The Arctic Circle?
 
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Between the arctic circle and tropic of cancer is north temperate zone, its southern companion, south zone lies between capricorn antarctic 27 jun 2015 marking latitude 23. No direct sunlight hits earth north of the arctic circle. N) to the arctic circle is region between tropics of cancer and capricorn latitudes called antarctic circle, parallel, or line latitude around earth, at 6630 s. Degrees north of the equator tropical zone antarctic circle arctic which following is correct regarding area earth located in between tropic cancer and 12 apr 2015. Degrees north latitude 2 oct 2017. What is the significance of tropic cancer, capricorn cancer wikipediath area between artic circle and what are regions arctic equator map, prime thoughtco. Low latitudes tropics the area of earth between tropic cancer and capricorn 13 apr 2018 five major latitude lines are equator, arctic circle marks beginning where sun will not rise region from (23. Degrees latitude where the annual drift between years 2005 and 2010 can be appreciated. Latitude, equator, arctic; Antarctic, tropic of cancer & capricorn lat34north cities citieslatitude. The same designation applies to the region between tropic of 26 apr 2016 north arctic circle called frigid zone is similar circle, tropics cancer and capricorn also dec 2017 digitally manipulated image south america from space over arcs latitude are sometimes used define boundary circleequatorantartic 3 aug all three lines significant in their relationship area bounded by on temperate climate these areas antarctic this a located approximately 23. It is the most northerly circle of latitude on earth at which sun can be equator called tropic capricorn, and region between two north temperate zone, cancer 23. The time between two observed passages of a star over Tropics and climate zones 1 world globesantarctic, tropic cancer & capricorn what is area arctic tropics globes. N and the arctic circle 66. Tropics and climate zones 1 world globes. The tropic of cancer, also referred to as the northern tropic, is currently 2326 12. Tropics and climate zones 1 world globesantarctic, tropic of cancer & capricorn what is the area between arctic tropics globes. The area between these circles and the poles constitute frigid zones, or we might say region of perpetual winter. This parallel marks the northern limit of area within which, for one day or more each and night at antarctic circle are converse those arctic. Degrees the arctic and antarctic circles are located at 66. The equator and tropics important lines of latitude thoughtcoquiz & worksheet tropic cancer the capricorn equator, association with longitude oakland schools moodle. 43689) north of the equator. The north temperate zone extends from the tropic of cancer at about 23. Degrees north latitude to the arctic circle at about 66. Yes, the (north) temperate zone norther hemisphere is wrong, that would be area between equator and north pole arctic circle tropic of cancer known as middle latitudes. Cfm "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Googleusercontent search. What are the five major lines of latitude? Geographical zones astronomy website google sitesbritannica.
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Mechanism of The Seasons
 
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Mechanism of The Seasons The seasons result from the Earth's axis being tilted to its orbital plane; it deviates by an angle of approximately 23.5 degrees. Thus, at any given time during summer or winter, one part of the planet is more directly exposed to the rays of the Sun. This exposure alternates as the Earth revolves in its orbit. Therefore, at any given time, regardless of season, the northern and southern hemispheres experience opposite seasons. The effect of axis tilt is observable from the change in day length, and altitude of the Sun at noon (the culmination of the Sun), during a year. Seasonal weather differences between hemispheres are further caused by the elliptical orbit of Earth. Earth reaches perihelion (the point in its orbit closest to the Sun) in January, and it reaches aphelion (farthest point from the Sun) in July. Even though the effect this has on Earth's seasons is minor, it does noticeably soften the northern hemisphere's winters and summers. In the southern hemisphere, the opposite effect is observed. Seasons result from the yearly revolution of the Earth around the Sun and the tilt of the Earth's axis relative to the plane of revolution. In temperate and polar regions, the seasons are marked by changes in the intensity of sunlight that reaches the Earth's surface, variations of which may cause animals to go into hibernation or to migrate, and plants to be dormant. During May, June and July, the northern hemisphere is exposed to more direct sunlight because the hemisphere faces the sun. The same is true of the southern hemisphere in November, December and January. It is the tilt of the Earth that causes the Sun to be higher in the sky during the summer months which increases the solar flux. However, due to seasonal lag, June, July and August are the hottest months in the northern hemisphere and December, January and February are the hottest months in the southern hemisphere.
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Tropic of Cancer 23.????? Degrees - Solar Eclipse Timer
 
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The Tropic of Cancer is one of the main lines of latitude around the globe. You can stand on it by visiting Long Island, Bahamas. This video is about my site visit. Understand the Earth and Sun relationships as it relates to the seasons by understanding the Tropic of Cancer. My Website - Solar Eclipse Timer https://www.solareclipsetimer.com Please watch my Smarter Every Day episode with Destin https://youtu.be/qc7MfcKF1-s Stella Maris Resort, Long Island, Bahamas https://www.stellamarisresort.com
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The Bizarre Effects of the Subsolar Point
 
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SUPPORT CR on PATREON: http://bit.ly/2qBHcvf Take a look at Lahaina Noon, an event that takes place in Hawaii twice a year where shadows disappear. Twice every year, in the US state of Hawaii, shadows completely disappear.  Objects take on a "photoshopped" look as they sit completely illuminated with no shadows indicating the source of the light. This phenomenon is known as Lahaina Noon. Hawaii is the only state in the US where this bizarre event can be observed, but at some place on the earth, this event is always taking place. This place is correlated to a principle called the subsolar point. The subsolar point is the exact location on any given planet where the sun appears to be directly overhead and thus the sun's rays hit the surface at exactly 90 degrees. This causes shadows for the emitted light to fall directly below an object. This point moves westward as the earth rotates and travels between the Tropic of Cancer, 23.43693° north of the equator, and the Tropic of Capricorn, 23.43693 south of the equator, meaning that only locations within these bounds will experience the phenomenon. All images and videos courtesy of the creative commons or used in accordance with fair use laws. Please utilize the contact section of our channel for any concerns or questions. Dark Fog by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300031 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Why Is It So Hot Near The Equator?│Cinekids
 
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Why is it so hot near the Equator - Geography Videos for Kids Watch this video to understand why countries, towns and cities located near the equator experience very hot temperatures. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheCineKids Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cinecurry Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/cinecurrytweets
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*Earth’s Axis Has Shifted!* And The Sky Has Changed.
 
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The Sky Changed Earth's Axis Has Shifted Earth's Axis has changed There will probably be more bad weather over the next month. Possibly into March and early April as well. Northeast is being pounded with historic levels of “Snow hurricanes” The sun which should never be farther north than the tropic of Cancer in Mid Mexico or farther south than the Tropic of Capricorn in Mid Australia is now significantly beyond those points. The sun is now about 2000 miles too far north in the summer shining in our northern windows and too far south in the winter shining in their southern facing windows at sunrise and sunset. The orbit around the sun had possibly altered the direction of the angle observations and measurements of the abnormal position of the sun due to a significant shift of our axis in Dec 2004 is now verified. However, it has also significantly shifted again in the past year for the first time since 2004. You can measure it for yourself when you see the sun position is too far north of your home in June (northern hemisphere) when it should never be north of the Tropic of Cancer and too far south in the winter. Many people are not aware of the situation. You can check out the sun position and verify the weather changes Read more here: Earth's Axis has changed https://axischange.wordpress.com/ The Inuits are indigenous people that inhabit the arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland and throughout history their very lives have been dependent on being able to correctly forecast weather.... and they are warning NASA and the world that global warming isn't the cause of what we are seeing with extreme weather, earthquakes and other events. The earth has shifted, tilted or as they put it, "wobbled" to the north and they all agree "Their sky has changed!" The elders maintain the Sun doesn't rise were it used to, they have longer day light to hunt and the Sun is higher than it used to be and warms up quicker than before. The elders who were interviewed across the north all said the same thing, their sky has changed. The stars the Sun and the Moon have all changed affecting the temperature, even affecting the way the wind blows, it is becoming increasingly hard to predict the weather, something that is a must on the Arctic. The elders all agree, they believe the Earth has shifted, wobbled or tilted to the North. Read more here: "Earth Has Shifted" - Inuit Elders Issue Warning To NASA And The World http://allnewspipeline.com/Inuits_Issue_Warning_Earth_Has_Shifted.php "Their Sky Has Changed!" Inuit elders sharing information with NASA regarding Earth's "WOBBLE" http://www.thebigwobble.org/2014/12/their-sky-has-changed-inuit-elders.html Clips credit: ESA/NASA EARTH OBSERVATORY Tima-lapse video from ISS http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/?eocn=topnav&eoci=home Music credit: "The Island" Soundtrack - My Name Is Lincoln - on Tyros4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1Pf_mjuh6U Telmo Gama YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0aRzep1LKQZz0XRHHF9i-g
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Why All Astrology systems are correct (Tropical vs. Sidereal, Lahire vs. K.P.)
 
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My website: http://www.astrologykrs.com Horoscope consultation- http://www.astrologykrs.com/Shop.html The debate of correct ayanamsa in astrology Lahire vs. K.P. vs. B.V. Raman vs. Tropical #Kapiel Raaj, This video is hosted by Kapiel Raaj. These videos are based on the ancient science of Vedic Astrology known as Jyotish in India. These programs are to educate everyone on the importance and accuracy of astrology why it still matters. Astrology is not so easy to understand and it's not that difficult to master. But, there are some methods that were lost in pop culture astrology known as daily, weekly, monthly and yearly horoscopes. Vedic Astrology is not more about psychological reading but actual physical reading that also shows your exact timing of events like marriage, children, career, graduation, accidents, illness etc. This entire channel is hosted by me alone, Kapiel Raaj. Growing up with an uncle who was a Vedic Astrologer himself made it very easy for me to dive into the ocean of astrology and discover many secrets which I share with you on KRSchannel, the fastest growing astrology channel on you tube. When some wants to know what planet in what house does what, or what planet in what sign does what, this is the channel they come to. I do not make regular weekly horoscope because unless your horoscope is present in front of me, giving you a general weekly horoscope is as good as suicide of astrology. It's no longer predictive science. In my channel you will find videos that will never be outdated and will always apply to you alone. This astrology channel is like a encyclopedia of astrology. You can look at these videos in 50 years and they will still apply and work. I take also do Celebrities horoscope with parody, combining my two passion of acting and astrology together which has become a hit on Youtube. I also do skits of zodiac sign compatibility which again is entertainment and education at the same time. This channel will make you a astrologer where you won't need to go to anyone, but you will diagnose your problem yourself because no one has more vested interest in you than you. What I bring to the table is the truth about astrology and astronomy of India.
What is SUBSOLAR POINT? What does SUBSOLAR POINT mean? SUBSOLAR POINT meaning & explanation
 
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What is SUBSOLAR POINT? What does SUBSOLAR POINT mean? SUBSOLAR POINT meaning - SUBSOLAR POINT definition - SUBSOLAR POINT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ The subsolar point on a planet is where its sun is perceived to be directly overhead (in zenith); that is where the sun's rays are hitting the planet exactly perpendicular to its surface. It can also mean the point closest to the sun on an object in space, even though the sun might not be visible. For planets with an orientation and rotation similar to the Earth's, the subsolar point will move westward, circling the globe once a day, but it will also move north and south between the tropics over the course of a year. The December solstice occurs when the subsolar point is on the Tropic of Capricorn and the June solstice is at the instant when the subsolar point is on the Tropic of Cancer. The March and September equinoxes occur when the subsolar point crosses the equator. When the point passes through Hawaii, the only U.S. state in which this happens, it is known as Lahaina Noon.
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3-24-2011 Tropic Of Cancer/Capricorn, 33rd Parallel North, Revolts And Disaster.  Somehow Related?
 
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Subscriber traitorsbeware made me aware of the 33rd parallel north and now many of the countries along this area are experiencing revolt, turmoil and war currently. So this got me thinking, the 33rd parallel north runs along the tropic of cancer. So I compared recent seismic activity worldwide to this region, and there is an increased volume along it! The tropic of capricorn has had the same seismic activity, big quakes in New Zealand and Chile. Could this be a common factor in what is happening worldwide? I will continue my research into this, another coincedence? 33rd parallel south is the tropic of capricorn. We all know about the number 3....
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Which Hemisphere has hotter Summers, Why | English | Earth Science, Geography, Astronomy
 
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We saw that while people in Northern Hemisphere enjoy summer in July when the sun is directly overhead at Tropic of Cancer, people in Southern hemisphere enjoy summer in December when the sun is directly Overhead at Tropic of Capricorn. So which region has hotter summer? The Northern Hemisphere in July or Southern Hemisphere in December. Ideally both places should be equally hot. But it turns out that Northern Summers are hotter than Southern Summers. Let’s dig deeper into this phenomena. Northern hemisphere has summers when earth’s axis is tilted towards the sun and so it gets direct sunlight. Additionally summers in Northern hemisphere happen when the sun is farthest from earth. So this extra Distance means that we would get 7% less energy in summers than summers in southern Hemisphere in December. This should mean that summers in Southern hemisphere should be hotter. However this is not the case. Let's see why. This has to do with the amount of land to water ratio in the two hemispheres. In the Northern there is lot more Land while the southern has lot more water/salt water in the ocean. Land absorbs heat very fast and gets heated up much faster as compared to water. So when it is summer in Northern hemisphere larger amount of land get heated up faster. In the summers in Southern Hemisphere the larger amount of oceans take much longer to Heat up and so the overall summer temperatures are not that high. Water also loses heat slowly, so the large water bodies in the southern hemisphere which got heated up slowly in the summers lose heat slowly during winters. This leads to milder winters and summers. And all this is due to much larger percentage of water in southern hemisphere. So enjoy the slightly hotter summers of Northern Hemisphere in July. This work was supported by IUCAA and Tata Trust. TATA Trust: Education is one of the key focus areas for Tata Trusts, aiming towards enabling access of quality education to the underprivileged population in India. To facilitate quality in teaching and learning of Science education through workshops, capacity building and resource creation, Tata Trusts have been supporting Muktangan Vigyan Shodhika (MVS), IUCAA's Children’s Science Centre, since inception. To know more about other initiatives of Tata Trusts, please visit www.tatatrusts.org
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When The Sun Is Directly Overhead At The Equator?
 
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Googleusercontent search. The seasons (tropics version) introduction michigan astronomysubsolar point wikipedia. Degrees above or below the equator to have sun pass directly overhead (once per year) jun 27, 2015 is circle where at noon on june 21 st, when over tropic of cancer what day year 1532322 how can you figure out will be any given location relative distance from line largest that produced by bisecting a sphere (the equator) march 22; Occurs and results in september 22 23, noon, 12 hour daylight night, first fall, sun's rays most strike equator, earth's measures north south equator; The 0 occurs two days each equinox, midday straight seen. Gov solstice url? Q webcache. The sun is directly seasonal changes at the equator and throughout tropics are minor. At the equator, sun is directly overhead at noon on these two equinoxes equator vernal equinox and over next 92 days (from march 20 through june 21 summer solstice), sun's most direct ray will progress northward in northern hemisphere to tropic of cancer (23. The sun is directly overhead at 'high noon' on winter solstice the latitude called tropic of capricorn. Noaa nasa scijinks what's a solstice? . Latitude, where the noon sun on june solstice passes directly overhead. S at the equinoxes, sun's path follows celestial equator. Spring (or vernal) equinox is usually march 20, and fall autumnal) september 22 jan 22, 2009 the sun, one would have to be less than 23. The equator and tropics important lines of latitude thoughtco. March 20, and fall (or autumnal) equinox is usually september 22. O latitude) jan 22, 2009 the sun, one would have to be less than 23. When the point passes through hawaii, only u. The sun is directly overhead at the equator when overhead? What significance of tropic cancer, capricorn on what day year how to figure out will be any and results in seasons vocab flashcards quizletsun over earth's equinox earth relations online media. As you move on these days the noon time sun is directly overhead at equator subsolar point a planet where its perceived to be (in zenith); The march and september equinoxes occur when crosses. When is the sun directly overhead? Dot physics scienceblogs noaa nasa scijinks what's a solstice? Scijinks. When is the sun directly overhead? Dot physics scienceblogs. Degrees above or below the equator to have sun pass directly overhead (once per year) on equator, is at noon two equinoxes near march and september 21. The seasons, the equinox, and solstices. Understanding astronomy the sun and seasons physics. The equator divides the planet into northern and word equinox is derived from two latin words aequus (equal) nox (night). To see the sun directly exactly overhead at noon exact moment of nov 15, 2013 tilt earth and its impact on angle is reason this day, 0 degrees, equator, aug 28, 2014 from sun's point view, ecliptic earth's path against a person standing equator will overhead; The first day spring (vernal equinox) fall (autumnal. The sun is directly overhead at 'high noon' on the equator twice per year, two equinoxes.
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Supergrass - "Sun Hits The Sky" (Official Video) HD
 
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Official music video for "Sun Hits The Sky" (HD Version) by British alternative/indie post-punk band Supergrass. Directed by Dom & Nic. © 1997 WMG On behalf of: Parlophone Records & EMI Records UK Ltd. From the acclaimed second album "In It For The Money" https://www.amazon.co.uk/Money-Supergrass/dp/B000002UJO http://www.supergrass.com
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SD Laika - Tropic of Cancer
 
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The Flat Earth "Sun Speed LIE" TRASHED!
 
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In this video, I trash the lie that the sun has to change seed on an azimuth equatorial map. Change of speed is something that mainstream science wants you to focus on. The real question (and answer) is how many revolutions in a given time period are accomplished. In this video, I begin to introduce two concepts although I do not subscribe to the circle flat earth model (I also have not entirely ruled out all of it either) it is important to show those with one dimensional thinking that the sun does not have to change speed if it is covering more ground in the winter than in the summer - that is plane ignorant of all of the possibilities. One of those possibilities I explain here. This is how the sun could easily work on a round flat earth and it also introduces the idea of the sun being behind a reflective surface - like glass! Please visit: http://www,matrixbusting.com To support this channel, please go to: http://www.patreon.com/mrthriveandsurvive Twitter: mrthrivesurvive
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Something strange causes extreme change to Earth weather has earth Axis changed.......?????
 
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Something strange happening and that causes extreme change of Earth weather has earth Axis changed....................????? The sun which should never be farther north than the tropic of Cancer in Mid Mexico or farther south than the Tropic of Capricorn in Mid Australia is now significantly beyond those points. The sun is now about 2000 miles too far north in the summer shining in our northern windows and too far south in the winter shining in their southern facing windows at sunrise and sunset. The orbit around the sun had possibly altered the direction of the angle observations and measurements of the abnormal position of the sun due to a significant shift of our axis in Dec 2004 is now verified. However, it has also significantly shifted again in the past year for the first time since 2004. You can measure it for yourself when you see the sun position is too far north of your home in June (northern hemisphere) when it should never be north of the Tropic of Cancer and too far south in the winter. Many people are not aware of the situation. You can check out the sun position and verify the weather changes Read more:- http://allnewspipeline.com/Inuits_Issue_Warning_Earth_Has_Shifted.php http://www.thebigwobble.org/2014/12/their-sky-has-changed-inuit-elders.html http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/?eocn=topnav&eoci=home Image credit:NASA and International space station.
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All The Above - Tropic of Cancer @ Pop's Place
 
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All The Above "Tropic of Cancer" 11/8/08 - Pop's Place Louisville, KY www.alltheabove.info
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23.5 Tropic of Cancer
 
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Crossing the Tropic of Cancer near Chiayi City, from south heading north. The giant red marker is at the traditional location of 23.5 degrees north, although this year's tropic was at 23º26'14.1" which I probably still drove through to get to this point.
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Balmaa (1993) Part 5-What is LOVE-4 and GOD -3
 
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Director: Lawrence D'Souza Saeed Jaffrey Ayesha Jhulka Anjana Mumtaz Shammi Avinash Wadhavan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropic_of_Cancer The Tropic of Cancer, also referred to as the Northern tropic, is the circle of latitude on the Earth that marks the most northerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead at its zenith. This event occurs once per year, at the time of the June solstice, when the Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent. The imaginary line is called the Tropic of Cancer because when it was named, the Sun was in the direction of the constellation Cancer (Latin for crab) at the June solstice. However, this is no longer true due to the precession of the equinoxes. According to International Astronomical Union boundaries, the Sun now is in Taurus at the June solstice. According to sidereal astrology, which divides the zodiac into 12 equal parts, the Sun is in Gemini at that time. The word "tropic" itself comes from the Greek τροπή (tropi), meaning turn, referring to the fact that the Sun appears to "turn back" at the solstices. Geography Carretera 83 (Vía Corta) Zaragoza-Victoria, Km 27+800. In all crossings of the Tropic of Cancer with Mexican federal highways, this is the only place where the latitude is marked with absolute precision and where the annual drift between 2005 and 2010 can be appreciated. The Tropic of Cancer currently (Epoch 2011) lies 23° 26′ 16″ north of the Equator.Its position is not fixed, but varies in a complicated manner over time. It is presently drifting south at the rate of almost half a second (0.47″) of latitude per year (it was at exactly 23º 27' in year 1917). See circles of latitude for further information. 23°26′N 58°46′E Indian Ocean Arabian Sea 23°26′N 68°23′E India States of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal 23°26′N 121°29′E Pacific Ocean Passing just south of Necker Island, Hawaii, United States .
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Balmaa (1993) Part 5-What is LOVE-4 and GOD -3
 
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Director: Lawrence D'Souza Saeed Jaffrey Ayesha Jhulka Anjana Mumtaz Shammi Avinash Wadhavan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropic_of_Cancer The Tropic of Cancer, also referred to as the Northern tropic, is the circle of latitude on the Earth that marks the most northerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead at its zenith. This event occurs once per year, at the time of the June solstice, when the Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent. The imaginary line is called the Tropic of Cancer because when it was named, the Sun was in the direction of the constellation Cancer (Latin for crab) at the June solstice. However, this is no longer true due to the precession of the equinoxes. According to International Astronomical Union boundaries, the Sun now is in Taurus at the June solstice. According to sidereal astrology, which divides the zodiac into 12 equal parts, the Sun is in Gemini at that time. The word "tropic" itself comes from the Greek τροπή (tropi), meaning turn, referring to the fact that the Sun appears to "turn back" at the solstices. Geography Carretera 83 (Vía Corta) Zaragoza-Victoria, Km 27+800. In all crossings of the Tropic of Cancer with Mexican federal highways, this is the only place where the latitude is marked with absolute precision and where the annual drift between 2005 and 2010 can be appreciated. The Tropic of Cancer currently (Epoch 2011) lies 23° 26′ 16″ north of the Equator.Its position is not fixed, but varies in a complicated manner over time. It is presently drifting south at the rate of almost half a second (0.47″) of latitude per year (it was at exactly 23º 27' in year 1917). See circles of latitude for further information. 23°26′N 58°46′E Indian Ocean Arabian Sea 23°26′N 68°23′E India States of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal 23°26′N 121°29′E Pacific Ocean Passing just south of Necker Island, Hawaii, United States .
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Alvvays | Adult Diversion (CBC Music Festival 2016)
 
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Alvvays play "Adult Diversion" live at the CBC Music Festival Subscribe for new videos: http://bit.ly/cbcmusicYT Back when summer 2016 was still filled with hope, anticipation and possibility — when the sun was still inching its way closer and closer to the Tropic of Cancer, before months beginning with J or even A were on anyone's mind — CBC Music put on a festival in Toronto. The Toronto based band with Maritime roots hit the stage in the late afternoon, basking in the welcoming late-May sunshine and delivering a solid set of tunes that kept the audience swaying and singing along to the infectious indie pop. CBC Music has those performances for you today. Check out CBC Music: http://www.cbcmusic.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBCMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcmusic
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WHAT IS A ZERO SHADOW DAY | Telugu
 
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May 13th (at 12:31 PM) was Zero shadow day in Pune, India (at latitude 18.5N). If you look closely at the shadow of Einstein's statue, it lies within the legs because the SUN is directly overhead. So let’s explore Why, How and When of the Zero shadow Day. An objects kept on ground will not cast a shadow if the light source lies directly above it. So a bottle and a cone will not cast a shadow while a pipe and a cut glass will show a rim as the shadow. Our earth rotates and revolves around its light source the Sun. The earth’s axis of rotation is inclined at an angle 23.5 degrees from the vertical. Equator is the middle and the tropic of cancer and the tropic of Capricorn at 23.5 degrees above and below the equator respectively. In this position of earth sun is directly overhead on Tropic of Cancer. It is also called the SUMMER SOLSTICE. Suppose a tower is vertically standing at tropic of cancer and during this time of day it is directly facing the sun. Rays from the sun will be collinear to tower and no shadow of tower will form on the ground. Now if the same tower is constructed at the equator, rays from the sun will be at an angle 23.5 degrees to the tower. Assuming it is not an extremely tall tower, the shadow and tower will make a right angle triangle and so the length of the shadow will be length of tower L x sin (23.5) = 0.4 x L. Now earth also spins around its axis and so all the orange points that you see on tropic of cancer will experience zero shadow day. In other words, due to spin of earth, all places with same latitude experience zero shadow on the same day. For zero shadow days at other latitudes, we will have to consider different position in the orbit around the sun which takes 365 days. In this position Sun rays are directly overhead tropic of cancer. 3 months later earth has traveled 1/4th around the sun and the earth's axis is neither pointing towards sun or away. It is also called the equinox. It is parallel in some sense. In this position sun is directly overhead the equator or 0-degree N, and all places along the equator will experience zero shadow day. Similarly three months later same phenomena will happen at 23.5degree S of Tropic of Capricorn. Here earth’s axis is pointing directly away from sun. And 3 months later earth is in the equinox pointing with sun directly overhead the equator and zero shadow day at the equator. With this background of 4 special positions of earth, now consider earth's position in the orbit before summer solstice say on May 13th. Now sun rays are directly pointing at latitude between equator and Tropic of Cancer. So all points on this latitude 18.5N will have zero shadow days and this is what we observed in Pune also. So as you see when the earth goes around the sun, the latitude which have zero shadow day traverse the path shown in this red circle. This circle is inclined to the equator at 23.5 degrees and lies between Tropic of cancer and Tropic of Capricorn. In other words there are no Zero Shadow Days for people outside of Tropics. Interestingly, 37 days later after the SUMMER SOLSTICE Pune (18.5N) will again have a zero shadow day. The physics of the duration involves basic trigonometry and we shall understand in a subsequent video. This work is supported by IUCAA (www.iucaa.ernet.in) and TATA Trust (www.tata.com/aboutus/sub_index/Tata-trusts) Credits:,Ashok Rupner, Manish Jain, Shivaji Mane, Jyoti Hiremath, Arvind Gupta, Vidula Mhaiskar TATA Trust: Education is one of the key focus areas for Tata Trusts, aiming towards enabling access of quality education to the underprivileged population in India. To facilitate quality in teaching and learning of Science education through workshops, capacity building and resource creation, Tata Trusts have been supporting Muktangan Vigyan Shodhika (MVS), IUCAA's Children’s Science Centre, since inception. To know more about other initiatives of Tata Trusts, please visit www.tatatrusts.org
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Tropic of Cancer (Made Me Drop Out of College and Start Working at This Bookstore)
 
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From the sophmore LP "Rational Expectations" available February 2rd 2015 via Community Records. Buy Vinyl – http://gum.co/rational-expectations Buy Digital – http://gum.co/rational-expectations-digital Artwork video made using http://unlock.fm
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Makar Sankranti- 2018 | A Transit for New Beginnings| Sun in Capricorn
 
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We all the that Makar Sankranti is the celebration of Sun's transit into the sign of Capricorn. It is one of the most auspicious timing of the year, to begin with new projects and resolutions. but this year Sun wont be alone in sign of Capricorn but it will accompanied by Ketu and Venus, which will make this festival a transit of new beginnings. To know more about it,do watch the video :) If you really liked this video , Do hit the Subscribe button. Follow me on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/TheVedicOracle For Personalized Astrology Reports click on the link below- http://vedicoraclebykadam.wixsite.com...
Watch the equinoxes and solstices from space in this amazing timelapse
 
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This video courtesy of NASA shows the equinoxes and solstices from space. Monday may feel like the longest day of the week, but this Monday will actually be the longest day of the year. That is, it will have the most daylight of the year. Monday, June 20, is the summer solstice, the day on the calendar with the most daylight for those in the Northern Hemisphere. Here a few things to know as we begin what many consider the first day of summer. 1. Today has the most daylight of any day this year north of the equator summer-solstice.jpg The Sun is directly overhead at "high-noon" on the summer solstice at the latitude called the Tropic of Cancer. (NASA) Everywhere north of the equator will have at least 12 hours of daylight today. Birmingham, for example, will have 14 hours, 22 minutes and 42 seconds of daylight on Monday. Miami will have 13 hours and 45 minutes of daylight, San Francisco 14 hours, 46 minutes and 54 seconds and New York City will have 15 hours, five minutes and 37 seconds. Alaska takes the prize, though. 2. There are 24 hours of daylight above the Arctic Circle It's called the midnight sun. The boundary of the midnight sun is the Arctic Circle. That marks the lowest latitude at which the sun remains above the horizon for a full 24 hours during summer solstice and below the horizon for a full 24 hours during winter solstice in December. Nearly one-third of Alaska lies above the Arctic Circle, according to the Alaska Public Lands Information Center. 3. The full moon and June solstice will both happen June 20 for the first time in decades Once in a lifetime event tomorrow. 1st time since 1948 where 1st day of summer occurs with a full "strawberry" moon. pic.twitter.com/icIXNhSD8C — NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) June 19, 2016 The last time the June full moon, sometimes called the "strawberry moon," and the summer solstice fell on the same day was 1948. According to EarthSky.org, the two won't share the same calendar square again until June 21, 2062. 4. After today, the days begin to get shorter Monday's summer solstice and full moon This composite from 2010 and 2011 shows sunlight hitting the earth during the winter solstice (upper left), spring equinox (upper right), summer solstice (lower left) and fall equinox (lower right). Photo courtesy of NASA.Grant Segall, The Plain Dealer The days begin to shrink by seconds each day from Tuesday until the winter solstice, which this year falls on Dec. 21 at 4:44 a.m. CST. On that day there will be only 10 hours and nine minutes and 37 seconds of daylight in Mobile. The farther north you go, the shorter the day length. Birmingham will have nine hours and 55 minutes and 46 seconds of daylight on Dec. 21; Huntsville gets only nine hours, 49 minutes and 31 seconds. 5. The earliest sunrises don't always fall on the solstice The summer solstice has one of the earliest sunrises of the year (but not necessarily the earliest). For example, Birmingham, Ala., saw its earliest sunrises on June 4-19, at 5:37 a.m. CDT. Birmingham's sunrise on Monday will be at 5:38 a.m. (Huntsville's earliest sunrises were at 5:33 a.m. on June 4 through today. Mobile's earliest sunrises were at 5:49 a.m. CDT June 3-18. Monday's sunrise will be at 5:50 a.m.) 6. The summer solstice falls only on one of three days The summer solstice usually occurs on June 20 or 21, and rarely on June 22. According to TimeandDate.com, the next solstice on June 22 won't be until 2203. The last one was in 1975. 7. The solstice happens worldwide at the same time The summer solstice occurs this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/P74Wp9i4M5 — NWS Shreveport (@NWSShreveport) June 20, 2016 The summer solstice occurs when the sun is directly over the Tropic of Cancer, located at latitude 23.5 degrees North. (It runs through Mexico, the Bahamas, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, India and southern China.) The sun will be directly over the Tropic of Cancer at 5:34 p.m. CDT on Monday. The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere occurs at the same moment the winter solstice occurs in the Southern Hemisphere. 8. It's the longest day of the year, but not usually the hottest warmest day of the year.jpg When should you expect the hottest weather of the summer? In Alabama it ranges from mid-July through mid-August, according to NOAA. (NOAA map) According to the National Weather Service, there is about a six-week lag between the longest day of the year and the warmest average temperatures for most mid- and high-latitude locations. Through the next couple months, the atmosphere and oceans in the Northern Hemisphere will continue to absorb -- and slowly release -- energy from the sun. Even though more energy absorption is taking place on the summer solstice, it'll take about another six weeks for us to feel the highest temperatures. Facts about the June 20 'strawberry moon'
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Countries that straddle the Equator experience Equinox
 
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Public complains of high temperatures as Equinox an astronomical event in which the plane of Earth's equator passes through the center of the Sun takes place today. The phenomenon usually occurs twice each year around 20th March and 23rd September. An equinox is characterized by shorter sun rays that are more intense.
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LOOK What OUR Sleepy Sun Just Threw OUR Way... April 1st 2018
 
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How Does The Angle Of The Sunlight That Hits The Earth Affect The Seasons?
 
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Sun angle on climate wikipedia. Degrees relative to our orbital plane the 20 feb 2014 same thing happens with earth and sun. That's logical, but not the case, for earth. Why is it hot in summer and cold winter? (everyday mysteries fun earth's tilt the reason for seasons! windows to universe. Hence, the locations where these so inclined sun rays hit tend to be hottest originally answered what is cause for different seasons (i. The amount of sunlight received on earth's surface is affected by the reflectivity surface, angle sun, output where earth when it summer (or winter, fall, and spring)? . In fact, the earth is farthest from sun in july and closest to january! during summer, sun's rays hit at a steep angle. Every day of the year equator receives about 12 hours sunlight. Effect of sun angle on climate wikipedia. Earth's elliptical orbit brings it closer or farther at different times of year, but this change in 22 sep 2008 [ caption] the amount sun's energy falling any point on earth depends angle sun. How do seasons occur on earth? Quoraseasons earth pbs learningmedia. The amount of heat energy received at any location on the globe is a direct effect sun angle climate, as which sunlight strikes earth varies by location, time day, and season due to earth's orbit around rotation its tilted axis these factors affect changing seasons most important factor that hits surface throughout year. The direction and angle (or tilt) of earth's axis rotation do not change as earth revolves around the sun. The seasons are very different in the northern hemisphere than southern 12 sep 2017. O n); That is, the angle of incidence. This is reason why the seasons have different temperatures, and polar regions are colder, on average than around equator. Kids science earth's seasons ducksters. The sun burns with the same intensity all year. How does the tilt of earth affect weather? Angle sun universe today. If you shine a flashlight at the 13 jul 2011. When earth's north pole is tilted toward the sun, direct rays make sunlight stronger and thereby warmer in america causing it to be summertime compared with when away from sun many people believe that temperature changes because earth closer summer farther winter. How does the angle of sunlight that hits earth affect seasons? Draw pictures showing how determines whether season is warm or cold. Direct sunlight is warmer than hitting the earth at an angle. Does the earth tilt towards or away from sun? Research your websites 15 aug 2016 do you live in a place with well defined seasons? Do appreciate change of seasons, cold and dark to hot bright, over months? At summer solstice, june 21 22, sun's rays hit most directly along tropic cancer (23. This is during the winter sunlight hits earth at an angle 24 apr 2017 this axial tilt reason why experiences different seasons throughout year, and also summer occur opposite each other on. This tilting leads to a variation of the in intensity results because angle at which sun's r
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Why Is The Sun Higher In The Summer And Lower In The Winter?
 
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The second way that the tilt of the Earth causes the seasons is to do with how long the Sun stays in the sky each day. Remember that during Summer Britains part of the Earth (the Northern Hemisphere) is tilted towards the Sun. The Sun then appears to be higher above us in the sky than in Winter. Why does the sun appear lower in sky winter experts exchange. Therefore, rays of light from the sun hit us more directly during summer, making sunlight intense and warmer. Here's a copy of the image from page you mentioned moon s path (and thus appearance in sky) will credit winter days are short and sun low sky. Html a url? Q astronomyforum astronomy beginners forum 176292 why sun higher sky during summer lower winter. The moon follows the sun's path and sun certainly does not rise high in winter low summer. During spring and autumn, both hemispheres receive about the same amount of sunlightat equator, temperature 30 sep 2014 heating your skin will depend on height sun above horizon. Can someone please explain this to me in detail thank you!. In the winter, sun is relatively low in sky with its lowest arc through on winter solstice, december 21 st. In winter, the sun doesn't go as high in summer, and for any given hour it's lower(assuming northern hemisphere above tropic of cancer). Though the sun shines 24 hours a day, it produces only moderate warmth, because skims around horizon and its light arrives at low angle. Asp to every season there is a reasonis spectrum of sunlight the same in summer as winter? . Googleusercontent search. The highest point on the analemma is sun's noon position summer solstice. This gives the sun more time to heat earth, so it gets hotter. Degrees, so the earth is never straight up and down compared to sun. Each day after the winter solstice, which occurs on december 21st, sun's path becomes a little higher in southern sky as sun is during summer, sunlight reaching surface more concentrated. This affects how low or high the sun appears in relation to horizon. I've been wondering and i just can't get it. Why earth is closest to sun in dead of winter space. The reason for the 'lower less energy' relationship is explained here 2 jan 2007 shape results from combination of two things 23. This is a secondary effect16 mar 2016 as you suggest, longer the path, larger proportion of scattered radiation. The difference in the sun's on left is sun as it appears summer, high skyon right winter, lower skywhen height of changes, so does angle its rays strike ground, incidence. In the summer, sun travels a high path 22 mar 2012 why does appear lower in sky winter? I can see from this diagram that angle at which sunlight hits earth changes because of tilt earth, and makes days hotter colder summer winter but i can't visualise how low appears earth's axis is tilted about 23. In the summer, angle of sun is higher, and therefore days are longer. Science questions with why is the moon higher in sky winter and lower summer sun solar physics at msu
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Good Sad Happy Bad - Looking Up At The Sun (Official Music Video)
 
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NTS presents the brand new music video from the Mica Levi-fronted Good Sad Happy Bad: 'Good Sad Happy Bad is the name of an album we wrote together last year and we decided to name our band after it. We came up with a few new songs, one of them is Looking Up At The Sun, which is about being content with never planning anything.' The band will be supporting PJ Harvey in Lyon on June 14th. Looking Up At The Sun is available from their Bandcamp: https://good-sad-happy-bad.bandcamp.com/ You can listen to Micachu's past NTS shows on our site: http://www.nts.live/shows/micachu https://www.facebook.com/goodsadhappybad Subscribe to NTS: http://bit.ly/1l9oJQY Director - Shane Connolly Executive Producer - NTS Radio Producer - Akinola Davies Jr Video Editor - Thierry Phung Camera Operators - Sekou Abineri and Chantal Adams https://www.nts.live https://www.facebook.com/ntsradiolive https://twitter.com/ntslive https://instagram.com/nts_radio
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SOLAR and TROPICAL UPDATE.
 
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Large Sunspots Returning and A Report on the Tropics. Solar, Quake and Weather Links http://www.BpearthWatch.Com
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Severe Weather with Quick Look at the tropics
 
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The Latest GFS, GEFS, FV3-GFS, and the ECMWF models all show that the Tropical storm looks to be much weaker then I 1st thought when the circulation was going to be quite strong. While this is a good thing when it comes to the winds, But the Models still predict 3 to 6 inches of rain across much of Florida. Flood Watches are issued near the Miami area. Severe weather is erupting yet again this afternoon across Oklahoma and Western texas with Many hail reports with a couple of wind damage reports. for latest Weather updates please consider on Subscribing, Dropping a Like, and Leaving a comment in the section below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe & Visit my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5C6mWbtCuLL9OP0iPC9J3w Please Friend request and Visit my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/david.schlotthauer.77 Visit my Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/Weathermandavid
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Alvvays | Atop A Cake (CBC Music Festival 2016)
 
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Alvvays play "Atop A Cake" live at the CBC Music Festival Subscribe for new videos: http://bit.ly/cbcmusicYT Back when summer 2016 was still filled with hope, anticipation and possibility — when the sun was still inching its way closer and closer to the Tropic of Cancer, before months beginning with J or even A were on anyone's mind — CBC Music put on a festival in Toronto. The Toronto based band with Maritime roots hit the stage in the late afternoon, basking in the welcoming late-May sunshine and delivering a solid set of tunes that kept the audience swaying and singing along to the infectious indie pop. CBC Music has those performances for you today. Check out CBC Music: http://www.cbcmusic.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBCMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcmusic
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Montessori:   The Rap
 
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I made this video because I love Montessori Education, teaching, and making music. Thanks for watching. Lyrics: I teach elementary kids the Montessori way I wake up at 5:30 each and every day My job is so great, I'm so glad I was hired 'cause if rapping was my job I would surly be fired. Listen to a lesson and I'm sure you'll agree This gig is so great I would do it for free. Chorus (2x) Montessori, Montessori Montessori, Montessori Montessori, Montessori, Montessori Let's talk about Geography The earth and the sun. Solstices and seasons Would you think that was fun? The sun looks small because it is far away. The earth revolves around it in a counterclockwise way Earth is a sphere that is tilted on its axis The rays of the sun they strike it with a passion They hit at different angles since we are curved And you might get a suntan or you might get burned Chorus It depends on the angle that the sun's rays are striking And at 90 degrees, it's a little bit frightening That happens in the tropics but it's always in motion Effected by the tilt and the revolution motion The rays strike hard on the Tropic of Cancer Where they go from there is the question we will answer. On June 21st, South is the only way to go. The rays say "adios" to the country Mexico. After 3 months time going down the elevator The 90 degree rays, they pound on the equator It's your Equinox friend, and like it or not If you're standing there It is going to be hot! Chorus Our story isn't over and be thankful that it's so Those rays keep on moving even further South they go Just three more months on that Southward safari It's late December and you're in the Kalahari Ninety degree rays, they poke you like a thorn Welcome to your Solstice on the Tropic Capricorn. Chorus
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Alvvays | Next of Kin (CBC Music Festival 2016)
 
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Alvvays play "Next of Kin" live at the CBC Music Festival Subscribe for new videos: http://bit.ly/cbcmusicYT Back when summer 2016 was still filled with hope, anticipation and possibility — when the sun was still inching its way closer and closer to the Tropic of Cancer, before months beginning with J or even A were on anyone's mind — CBC Music put on a festival in Toronto. The Toronto based band with Maritime roots hit the stage in the late afternoon, basking in the welcoming late-May sunshine and delivering a solid set of tunes that kept the audience swaying and singing along to the infectious indie pop. CBC Music has those performances for you today. Check out CBC Music: http://www.cbcmusic.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBCMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcmusic
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Alvvays | The Agency Group (CBC Music Festival 2016)
 
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Alvvays play "The Agency Group" live at the CBC Music Festival Subscribe for new videos: http://bit.ly/cbcmusicYT Back when summer 2016 was still filled with hope, anticipation and possibility — when the sun was still inching its way closer and closer to the Tropic of Cancer, before months beginning with J or even A were on anyone's mind — CBC Music put on a festival in Toronto. The Toronto based band with Maritime roots hit the stage in the late afternoon, basking in the welcoming late-May sunshine and delivering a solid set of tunes that kept the audience swaying and singing along to the infectious indie pop. CBC Music has those performances for you today. Check out CBC Music: http://www.cbcmusic.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBCMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcmusic
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GSM NEWS-  Agung,Sierra Negra & Cleveland/254 new Studies that agree with Climate Skeptics
 
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Cancer prevalence among flight attendants compared to the general population https://ehjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12940-018-0396-8 Quote of the Week: Hansen, father of ‘global warming’, calls renewables a ‘grotesque idea’ https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/06/28/quote-of-the-week-hansen-father-of-global-warming-calls-renewables-a-grotesque-idea/ Thirty years later, what needs to change in our approach to climate change https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2018/06/26/thirty-years-later-what-needs-change-our-approach-climate-change/dUhizA5ubUSzJLJVZqv6GP/story.html What Scientific ‘Consensus’? 254 New 2018 Papers Support A Skeptical Position On Climate Alarmism http://notrickszone.com/2018/06/28/what-scientific-consensus-254-new-2018-papers-support-a-skeptical-position-on-climate-alarmism/ New eruption of Mount Agung disrupts air travel, Bali, Indonesia https://watchers.news/2018/06/28/new-eruption-of-mount-agung-disrupts-air-travel-bali-indonesia/ Intense eruption starts at Sierra Negra volcano, evacuations ordered, Galapagos, Ecuador https://watchers.news/2018/06/28/new-eruption-of-mount-agung-disrupts-air-travel-bali-indonesia/ Destructive flash floods hit parts of Greece https://watchers.news/2018/06/27/destructive-flash-floods-hit-parts-of-greece/ Destructive tornado hits Eureka, 5 people injured, state of disaster declared, Kansas https://watchers.news/2018/06/27/destructive-tornado-hits-eureka-5-people-injured-state-of-disaster-declared-kansas/ Alerts raised for Cleveland volcano after detection of small lava flow, Alaska https://watchers.news/2018/06/27/alerts-raised-for-cleveland-volcano-after-detection-of-small-lava-flow-alaska/ Record-breaking summer snow blankets Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada https://watchers.news/2018/06/27/summer-snow-newfoundland-labrador-june-2018/ Arctic Ocean almost totally ice-covered – Map https://www.iceagenow.info/arctic-ocean-almost-totally-ice-covered-map/ Most intense heat to peak ahead of July 4th in northeastern US https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/most-intense-heat-to-peak-ahead-of-july-4th-in-northeastern-us/70005343 https://www.facebook.com/severeweatherEU/ https://www.accuweather.com/en/us/national/weather-radar https://www.windy.com/?rain,39.402,-95.229,4 https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/ocean/eatlssta.png https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/ocean/carssta.png https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/ocean/mdrssta.png https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/ocean/natlssta.png http://spaceweather.com/ http://lasp.colorado.edu/lisird/data/sorce_tsi_6hr_l3/ GSM - The Grand Solar Minimum Channel Visit our site at www.thegrandsolarminimum.com Please consider supporting our content at Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/grandsolarminimum We are staring to post new bonus content for supporters! All Patreon Supporters gain access to our discord community chat with Jake and Mari as well! Mari is selling T-Shirts to raise money to save her Dad's House https://gsm.threadless.com/ or Donate at https://www.paypal.me/TheGrandSolarMinimum LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! https://www.facebook.com/thegrandsolarmini/ CHECK OUT OUR INTERVIEWS: JOHN L CASEY https://youtu.be/QxGBoTLzrOk VALENTINA ZHARKOVA https://youtu.be/_wB46mgJrzI DAVID DILLEY https://youtu.be/iUlZ_IhEG_4 ROLF WITZSCHE https://youtu.be/cFAVnz52tNU CHECK OUT THE STAR MAN: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC9JV1dcyYW-DLNz1VXCoJA TONYY HELLER https://www.youtube.com/user/TonyHeller1 Thank you for tuning into The Grand Solar Minimum Channel with Jake & Mari from WTFSKY. We look at the big picture to show society that we are indeed going into a Grand Solar Minimum. ( Eddy Minimum ) similar to the last Maunder Minimum We discuss the different FACTS coming from multiple sources from around the world. We interview people behind the science of the Grand Solar Minimum like Valentina Zharkova, Rolf Witszche and John Casey. We strive for society to gain awareness of the changes that are taking place. Our climate is changing and we as a human race need to make a shift and ADAPT to these changes weather we go into an ice age or not. We report on EXTREME WEATHER, Volcanos, Earthquakes Space News & Weather. We discuss atmospheric phenomena, charged particles, sun halos etc. We give Solar updates, track TSI, the Magnetosphere, discuss sustainable living, growing nutritionally rich foods and much more! Do you have a great channel, site or product you would like to share? Message us! We encourage you to do your own research! Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
The Sun and Moon are in the Wrong Place?
 
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Alvvays | Archie, Marry Me (CBC Music Festival 2016)
 
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Alvvays play "Archie, Marry Me" live at the CBC Music Festival Subscribe for new videos: http://bit.ly/cbcmusicYT Back when summer 2016 was still filled with hope, anticipation and possibility — when the sun was still inching its way closer and closer to the Tropic of Cancer, before months beginning with J or even A were on anyone's mind — CBC Music put on a festival in Toronto. The Toronto based band with Maritime roots hit the stage in the late afternoon, basking in the welcoming late-May sunshine and delivering a solid set of tunes that kept the audience swaying and singing along to the infectious indie pop. CBC Music has those performances for you today. Check out CBC Music: http://www.cbcmusic.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBCMusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/cbcmusic
Views: 90739 CBC Music
Balmaa (1993) Agar Zindagi Ho , Tereh Sang Ho- Love in Hinduism.Part 7
 
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Director: Lawrence D'Souza Saeed Jaffrey Ayesha Jhulka Anjana Mumtaz Shammi Avinash Wadhavan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropic_of_Cancer The Tropic of Cancer, also referred to as the Northern tropic, is the circle of latitude on the Earth that marks the most northerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead at its zenith. This event occurs once per year, at the time of the June solstice, when the Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent. The imaginary line is called the Tropic of Cancer because when it was named, the Sun was in the direction of the constellation Cancer (Latin for crab) at the June solstice. However, this is no longer true due to the precession of the equinoxes. According to International Astronomical Union boundaries, the Sun now is in Taurus at the June solstice. According to sidereal astrology, which divides the zodiac into 12 equal parts, the Sun is in Gemini at that time. The word "tropic" itself comes from the Greek τροπή (tropi), meaning turn, referring to the fact that the Sun appears to "turn back" at the solstices. Geography Carretera 83 (Vía Corta) Zaragoza-Victoria, Km 27+800. In all crossings of the Tropic of Cancer with Mexican federal highways, this is the only place where the latitude is marked with absolute precision and where the annual drift between 2005 and 2010 can be appreciated. The Tropic of Cancer currently (Epoch 2011) lies 23° 26′ 16″ north of the Equator.Its position is not fixed, but varies in a complicated manner over time. It is presently drifting south at the rate of almost half a second (0.47″) of latitude per year (it was at exactly 23º 27' in year 1917). See circles of latitude for further information. 23°26′N 58°46′E Indian Ocean Arabian Sea 23°26′N 68°23′E India States of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand, and West Bengal 23°26′N 121°29′E Pacific Ocean Passing just south of Necker Island, Hawaii, United States .
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Signs in The Sun (Luke 21:25)
 
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This is to me another sigh from Luke 21:25, I may have gotten over excited as I haven't seen a sunrise in a few years, God Bless !
Sankranti Prasasthyam ||by Sri TKV Raghavan ( Episode 01) || Festival Special Programme
 
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Makar Sankranti also known as Makara Sankranti marks the transition of the sun into the zodiacal sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path,[2] which is the first change in the zodiac after the winter solstice and is the first day of the month of Magha. The festival is celebrated in various parts of the Indian subcontinent to observe the day which marks the shift of the sun into ever-lengthening days. The festival is a seasonal observance as well as a religious celebration. Makara Sankranthi is a solar event making it one of the few Hindu festivals which fall on the same date in local calendars every year: 14 January, with some exceptions when the festival is celebrated on 15 January Makar Sankranti is observed at the beginning of the Capricorn period under the sidereal zodiac, either 14 or 15 January, and signifies the arrival of warmer days.[4] The festival is also dedicated to the sun god[5] and marks the six months auspicious period for Hindus known as Uttaarayan. The importance of Uttaarayan is exhibited in the Hindu epic Mahabharata, where Bhishma Pitamah waited for the sun to be in Uttaarayan for him to die willingly.[6] Makar Sankranti is believed to be a time for peace and prosperity. The day is regarded as important for spiritual practices and accordingly people take a holy dip in rivers, especially Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Krishna and Cauvery. The bathing is believed to wash away sins In the Northern Hemisphere, winter solstice occurs between 21 and 22 December. Day light begins to increase around this time when the Sun begins its northward journey which marks the six month northward journey of the sun known as (Sanskrit) Uttarayaana.[8] Makar Sankranti is the first solar festival which takes place after winter solstice which signifies the return of longer days. Therefore, the festival symbolically marks the winter solstice when the sun ends its zodiacal southward journey (Sanskrit: Dakshinayana) at the Tropic of Capricorn, in the Indian month of Pausha and starts moving northward (Uttarayaan) towards the Tropic of Cancer, in the Indian and Nepalese Hindu month of Magha on this day in mid-January.[9] In Hinduism, Uttarayaana is the six month period which begins from Makar Sankranti.[10] The actual date of winter solstice changes gradually due to the Axial precession of the Earth, coming earlier by approximately 1 day in every 70 years. Hence, if Makara Sankranti at some point of time did mark the actual date of winter solstice, a date in mid-January would correspond to around 300CE, the heyday of Indian mathematics and astronomy. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE TELUGU DEVOTIONAL MOVIES https://goo.gl/Sx9K9W WATCH LATEST MOVIES: https://goo.gl/qSrQBm TELUGU FULL MOVIES: https://goo.gl/4y7jrX BACKTOBACK TELUGU MOVIE SCENE: https://goo.gl/1t7EiB LATEST TELUGU VIDEO SONGS: https://goo.gl/VZEmB7 LATEST TELUGU MOVIE UPDATES: https://goo.gl/jomT03 TELUGU MOVIES ROMANTIC SCENES: https://goo.gl/aJsZWs SOUTH FILM NEWS: https://goo.gl/a8TtIs facebook : https://goo.gl/9NmfHp
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NASA Actually Helped Save The World — Here's How
 
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NASA literally saved us from a planet-wide apocalypse in the 1980's. If they hadn't noticed a huge problem in our atmosphere, life on Earth would have collapsed by the year 2065.  Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai TI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/ TI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: The early ‘80s were a very different time. Crazy hair, crazy clothes, we didn’t know we were heading towards a planet-wide disaster. And if nothing had been done about it, this is what the world would have become in 2065: Crops fail, livestock farming fails, aquaculture fails, and cancer rates are through the roof. Step outdoors in Washington DC, you’ll get a severe sunburn in 5 minutes. But lucky for us, NASA had our backs in the ‘80s. That’s right, this is basically a real-world Armageddon story, but without the asteroid ... and, BONUS, it’s scientifically accurate. NASA might be famous for exploring space, but that’s not its only job. The agency studies Earth, too. Which helps it track how our environment works and catch when something goes wrong. And in 1985, things had indeed gone terribly wrong. Teams of scientists from NASA and the British Antarctic Survey discovered a severely damaged section of Earth’s ozone layer over Antarctica. Here’s why that’s a problem: The ozone layer is a region in the stratosphere that absorbs harmful UV light from the sun. It’s basically our planet’s natural sunscreen. And it had grown extremely thin over Antarctica. So the ozone hole, as it became known, was absorbing less UV light than normal. In fact, from Sept. through Nov. of that year, the ozone levels in the hole dropped by up to 67%. That’s like if you used only a third of the sunscreen you were supposed to before going to the beach. Thankfully, NASA had a pretty good idea of what was happening. For years prior, scientists had been sounding the alarm on chemicals called CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS, or CFCs for short. They were common in products like aerosol sprays and refrigerators and were chosen specifically because they were non-toxic to humans. But scientists soon discovered that didn’t matter because these molecules were extremely toxic to the ozone layer! Turns out, when UV light hits a CFC molecule, it releases a chlorine atom which basically goes on a killing spree to celebrate. Turning ozone molecules into oxygen which are worthless when it comes to protecting your planet from UV radiation. One chlorine atom, for instance, can destroy over 100,000 ozone molecules before it binds with another molecule and becomes inert. And the worst part? Chlorine atoms are especially destructive to the ozone in cold temperatures. Making Antarctica especially vulnerable. But if CFC's continued to go on unchecked, cold regions wouldn’t be the only casualty. By 2020: 17% would be gone worldwide and a similar ozone hole forms over the Arctic. By 2040 70% would be gone. By 2050 After the poles, the tropics lose their ozone layer completely. And in 2065 We’re doomed! UV radiation levels on Earth’s surface double, which sparks all sorts of problems.  “If that UV were coming all the way to the surface, we would get skin cancer, we would have cataracts on our eyes, animals would get cataracts, our crops would die! So life on Earth —life on Earth for humans — really wouldn’t be possible. It sounds like some kind of horrible Hollywood disaster movie.I think we would have been in for a —well, it sounds pretty extreme —apocalyptic consequences. But really, we might have been.” Fortunately, none of that happened. That's because scientists across the world banded together. The Montreal Protocol was signed into effect in 1987, lowering production of harmful CFCs. “The policymakers listened to science, they were informed by science, and they made a great decision….And it worked!” By 1996, CFCs were banned completely in developed countries. And today, Now satellite data indicates that the Ozone hole is on the mend. And if we keep it up, it could be completely healed by the end of this century. So it looks like the world won’t crumble by 2065 anymore. Well, at least not from a depleted ozone layer.
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Toledo Tropic's Nationals
 
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Flag football
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Following comet ISON into The Sun
 
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Following comet ISON into The Sun This is what the Narrator says in the publicly released NASA video For all the trolls that try to bend the truth. When a planet with higher magnetic properties than Earth passing by can dramatically affect our planet. Following possibilities: 1. Move the position of magnetic north and south poles of the Earth 2. Upset the Earth's axis by 180-240 degrees exposing different parts of the earth to the sun 3. Change the Equator / Tropics position of the Earth, resulting in different patterns of time (already noticeable with the increasing flood extraordinarily abnormal large-scale, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, etc.) 4. The magnetic attraction in solid iron core of the Earth will move it closer to the mantle through the liquid outer core increasing the pressure on him and pushing net where he finds the weaknesses in Robe, hence liquid eruptions (volcanic lava) further displacement of the crust demonstrated by earthquakes. COMET ISON C012 S1 "is on" a collision course with a huge trail of debris follow him and head straight to Earth after track. Comet ISON C/2012 S1 spent about 0.0724 AU (10,830,000 km; 6,730,000 mi) of Mars on October 1, 2013. Comet ISON C/2012 S1 will pass the sun at its closest on November 28, 2013, at a distance of 0.012 AU (1.8 million km; 1.1 million kilometers) from the central point of the Sun. From December 2012 to October 2013 Comet ISON goes through Gemini, Cancer and Leo. Comet ISON Is not expected to reach the naked eye magnitude of '6 'til November and Comet ISON can still be seen with the naked eye until early January 2014. In October, Comet ISON C/2012 S1 passed close to Mars and Saturn. Comet ISON about 0.429 AU (64,200,000 km; 39.9 million kilometers) of Earth on December 26, 2013. Earth will pass close to the orbit of Comet ISON C/2012 S1 on 14-15 January 2014 and may become bombarded by a Comet ISON meteor shower. ¨ Comet ISON can become brighter than the full moon ¨ In December Comet ISON C/2012 S1 will still be visible from Earth, possibly with a long Comet ISON tail. Comet ISON C/2012 S1 can reach Comet ISON magnitude -17, (brighter than the full moon). Comet ISON Russia-based International Scientific Optical Network Comet ISON C/2012 SI first sighted late last year / 2012.
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"No shopping" by French Montana on Skin cancer
 
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HSC 310 SUNY Oswego "No shopping" by Skin cancer #melanoma #skincancer #noshopping @FrencHMonTanA @AmericanCancer #psa @ozhealthtech @OswegoHPW Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun(0:01) Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun All about that suntan, all about that suntan Word to the bird I ain’t ever gettin’ skin cancer(0:11) Runnin to the booth for that ultraviolet (0:12) Runnin from the stats way before knowledge One in five but I'm not dying this time (NO PAUSE) Thought beds were safer, not quite, increased the risk 6 times(0:22) Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun (0:23) Tannin in the sun, tryna get my tan(0:28) When it get hot, UV index risen' (NO PAUSE) Hit the doc up, he told me bout them ultraviolets(0:34) Word to me-e we tannin' (0:35) Word to doctor, cells be dyin (0:40) I just bought my Sunscreen, I'm livin' I just told doc I'm set to go to the tropics(0:46) Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun Tannin in the sun, tryna get my tan Sittin' proud, no skin cancer Skin cells get ready ultraviolets comin! Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun All about that suntan, all about that suntan Word to the bird I ain’t ever gettin’ skin cancer A, B, CDE's For its shape we got to look for asymmetry Not a solid border but its a little rough It turned some different colors so now something's up I have seen a lot of moles but never one this big Boarder 6 milimeters, that is a bit too big Most important I gotta make sure it's not evolving Then Im out here celebratin' that I'm cancer free Wait, calm down, calm down Malignant or benign, take a look around I’m supposed to be on a vacation right now But I should have listened, word to my last doc Back to another one Im steady riddin to my docs office Been that way since it turned out cancerous Now Im on the floor where you can’t stop Man I just tanned and then it popped up This doc is better than my last doc (hah) Next doc won’t change results from last doc I went out once without my SPF Lather ,Lather, up I will next time I don’t really want these moles I don’t want a biopsy of them growin’ on me I don’t want to hear I have skin cancer And there’s nothing I can do to fix the stuff I used to do Last week I was runnin out the room This week options, i got two Yeah lets try biologic therapy Yeah, i know that improves my immunity Man this luck with cancer got me thankin’ lord Man I am thankful, better yet blessed, boy Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun All about that suntan, all about that suntan Word to the bird I ain’t ever gettin’ skin cancer Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun Tannin in the sun, tannin in the sun All about that suntan, all about that suntan Word to the bird I ain’t ever gettin’ skin cancer My cells want SPF 15, you know? But I ain’t ever gettin’ skin cancer, you know? But, a lot of people don’t know Lather up good! Protect, your, skin!!
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Equator - a trailer for the series
 
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Trailer for Simon's 2006 Equator series
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CAPRICORN BORN AGAIN! JULY 16-22 PSYCHIC READING
 
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Contact me for a private reading https://www.facebook.com/AmethystAngelLight/ IG: AmethystAngelLight One Question Audio Recording $5 Video Recording $10 30 Minutes (As many questions as I can answer in 30 minutes) Audio Recording $40 Phone/WhatsApp $50 Video Recording $65 1 Hour (As many questions as I can answer in an hour) Audio Recording $85 Phone/WhatsApp $100 Video Recording $125 I am NOT a medical doctor. I do NOT do health readings. No pregnancy readings. NO legal court case questions.
Happy Uttarayan from Harismruti
 
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Priya Atman Going up and up on the ladder of life is the common ambition of every man. The flame of a lamp rises up. The sacrificial fire takes our prayers to heaven. Like wise Uttarayan, the festival of flight has a special significance to the followers of Holy Fellowship of Shree Swaminarayan Bhagawan. It is the day to strengthen our will-power to make memorable progress towards Akshardham, only making the sky our limit. This day is called Makarsamkranti. From this day the sun crosses the tropic of Capricorn (MAKAR) and rises towards the tropic of Cancer (KARKA), according to the science of astrology. So there would be more light, delight and longer days in the northern hemisphere for six months. The festival of flight is also associated with the kite-flying. Shree Swaminarayan Bhagawan has rightly compared the Image (MOORTI) of God with the kite and our mental modifications with the thread of kite. When we start flying the kite, the kite moves here and there and at times it dives down. But a time comes when the kite becomes steady in the sky and then we can see nothing but the kite. This is how we should meditate upon God. (Vachanamrut : Vadtal- 4). So, we should strive to concentrate upon the divine plays of Shree Hari and then meditate upon the sublime Form of Bhagawan swaminarayan in our self. This festival is called UTTARAYAN. The word UT means up, TAR means at a greater height and AYAN means going. So this is the day to resolve to rise higher and higher for AKSHARDHAM after giving up all quarrels, clashes and competitions. On this day, there is a tradition of giving in alms, sesame seeds and the cow. We can also donate for the cows kept and looked after nicely at many temples. This is also a festival of sweetness. So sweet balls made from sesame seeds and molasses are presented to our nearest and dearest ones. Holidays are meant for making our selves holy not merely car-washing or house-cleaning. So on this holy day of 14th January let us also resolve to rise higher and higher to our All Mighty Shree Swaminarayan Bhagawan through our pure consciousness. Jay Swaminarayan! Lalji Bhagat
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Driving Home for Yalda Night And Xmas Day
 
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به سویه شب یلدا و روز کریسمس Music : Driving Home For Xmas Remixed by MMR Original Music : Driving Home For Xmas_ Chris Rea & DJ.PIPPI Instrumental Backing Track Picture : Kiani_Gordafarid_Sohrab_Fight (Editor : Bahramerad ( Fereydon Abdollahyan Winter Solstice - December 21-22 Solstice is Winter in Northern Hemisphere by Matt Rosenberg - Updated March 17, 2017 The time around December 21 or 22 is a very important day for our planet and its relationship with the sun. December 21 is one of two solstices, days when the rays of the sun directly strike one of the two tropical latitude lines. In 2014 at precisely 6:03 p.m. EST (23:03 UTC) on December 21, 2014 winter begins in the Northern Hemisphere and summer begins in the Southern Hemisphere. The earth spins around its axis, an imaginary line going right through the planet between the north and south poles. The axis is tilted somewhat off the plane of the earth's revolution around the sun. The tilt of the axis is 23.5 degrees; thanks to this tilt, we enjoy the four seasons. For several months of the year, one-half of the earth receives more direct rays of the sun than the other half. The earth's axis always points to the same point in the universe. When the axis points away from the sun from December to March (because of the relative location of the earth to the sun), the southern hemisphere enjoys the direct rays of the sun during their summer months. Alternatively, when the axis tilts towards the sun, as it does between June and September, it is summer in the northern hemisphere but winter in the southern hemisphere.December 21 is called the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and simultaneously the summer solstice in the Southern Hemisphere. On June 21 the solstices are reversed and summer begins in the northern hemisphere. On December 21, there are 24 hours of daylight south of the Antarctic Circle (66.5° south of the equator) and 24 hours of darkness north of the Arctic Circle (66.5° north of the equator). The sun's rays are directly overhead along the Tropic of Capricorn (the latitude line at 23.5° south, passing through Brazil, South Africa, and Australia) on December 21. Without the tilt of the earth's axis, we would have no seasons. The sun's rays would be directly overhead of the equator all year long. Only a slight change would occur as the earth makes its slightly elliptical orbit around the sun. The earth is furthest from the sun about July 3; this point is known as the aphelion and the earth is 94,555,000 miles away from the sun. The perihelion takes place around January 4 when the earth is a mere 91,445,000 miles from the sun. When summer occurs in a hemisphere, it is due to that hemisphere receiving more direct rays of the sun than the opposite hemisphere where it is winter. In winter, the sun's energy hits the earth at oblique angles and is thus less concentrated. During spring and fall, the earth's axis is pointing sideways so both hemispheres have moderate weather and the rays of the sun are directly overhead the equator. Between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn (23.5° latitude south) there really are no seasons as the sun is never very low in the sky so it stays warm and humid ("tropical") year-round. Only those people in the upper latitudes north and south of the tropics experience seasons. Copyright to this whole video and Music belongs to Bahramerad. ~FAIR USE~ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.