Is it getting hot in here or is just me?
Summer's fuse officially lit on June 20, 2016 (22:34 UTC), which sparked the beginning of a sweltering season. The Sun blazed above the equator, granting northern Earthlings the longest day of the year. But the sky was a little loony—an astronomically rare full Moon broke out of the cosmic asylum, which hasn't happened since 1967.
Keyfra Photography kept the sweat out of her eyes and photographed the Summer Solstice full Moon. This event won’t occur again until June 21, 2062! What? Didn’t get a chance to see it? Don’t worry. Go bribe a local vampire, and you may end up with a set of fangs in your neck. What? Do you know a better way to pass the decades? Please let me know.
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