Summer Season Google Doodle 2020: Google marks beginning of summer in northern hemisphere with a doodle
Google Doodle today marks the beginning of Summer in the Northern hemisphere. The doodle illustration shows a flamingo in a hot air balloon on a sunny day.
Google Doodle today denotes the start of Summer in the Northern half of the globe. The doodle outline shows a flamingo in a sight-seeing balloon on a radiant day. Meteorologically, summer season expectedly contains the long stretches of June, July and August in the northern half of the globe, and December, January and February in the southern side of the equator.
As indicated by TimeAndDate.com, "On this day, individuals living north of the Equator appreciate the most measure of daylight in a solitary day. The further away from the Equator you are, the more daylight you get; the Arctic Circle commends daylight for an entire 24 hours today."
"Then again, it additionally denotes the most brief day in the Southern Hemisphere. Here, the winter season has formally started. The wonder is known as the Winter Solstice. The further south one is, the shorter the day will be. At the Antarctic hover, there is constant haziness or sundown around the winter solstice."
Summer denotes the period of absorbing the sun and cheering in the get-away like inclination particularly in the colder countries.
How did summer get its name?
First recorded before the ninth Century AD, the word summer originates from the Old English word for the season, sumor. It is identified with the Dutch zomer, the German Sommer, and the Sanskrit samā (which signifies "year"). It was in the thirteenth Century when Summer turned into a descriptive word, and terms, for example, day camp, summer school, summer resort turned into a piece of the word reference around the 1800s.
Summer formally reaches a conclusion at the harvest time equinox, when the sun is at or legitimately over the equator. The sun moves south of the equator, after the fall equinox offering path to a nippy harvest time in the Northern Hemisphere and introducing springtime in the Southern Hemisphere.
What is the contrast among equinox and solstice?
The year is isolated into four seasons dependent on the two equinoxes and the two solstices. The late spring and winter solstices, June 21 and December 22 individually, mark the longest and the most brief days of the year. The pre-winter and vernal equinoxes, that fall around September 23 and March 21 separately, mark the day and night of equivalent lengths. Equinox is gotten from the Latin word aequinoctium signifying "equivalent days and evenings."
The current year's mid year solstice will see the Earth playing host to an uncommon kind of sun powered shroud. On June 21, the longest day of the year, we will observer a divine occasion known as the 'Ring of Fire' sun based obscuration or annular sun based overshadowing. The last time nowadays harmonized was in 1982 and whenever these two occasions will concur on June 21, 2039.
Sources By :- Hindustantimes