Happy winter solstice of the two planets, (photo credits: file photo)
The Winter Solstice 2020 of two planets is being celebrated on 21 December 2020 this year. It is the most popular festival in the world. A large number of people in the United States celebrate the winter solstice. The winter solstice is an astronomical event, it occurs when the sun reaches the Capricorn line. The northern hemisphere has the shortest day and the longest night of the year due to the Sun entering Capricorn. The winter solstice date varies from 20 December to 23 December every year, with 21 or 22 being the most common dates.
Winter Solstice 2020 is celebrated on 21 December i.e. today. The winter solstice in the northern hemisphere will mark the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere. During the winter solstice, the time between daylight, sunrise and sunset becomes shorter than the summer solstice of last June. After December 21, the days will start to be prolonged again until summer solstice. As Winter Solstice approaches, people start wishing each other. On this day, twitter people have given auspicious wishes for winter solstice by sharing some tweets and GIFs. Also read: Celebrating Winter 2020 and The Great Conjuction! Google made doodle of winter solstice of two planets, learn about this astronomical event
Have a great day of the year!
– Dr Hillary Ray (@HillaryRayLaw) December 21, 2020
This is my way home. It is also my salvation. It gives me the strength and assurance to say that soon the night will recede and we will be stronger, tempered by doing the right things even when shrouded by darkness. #WinterSolstice pic.twitter.com/oYswYWyL2R
– Darren Markland (@drdagly) December 21, 2020
Happy Winter Solstice 2020:
Looking forward to more light
Each day was so much darker
Now a new hope is in sight.
– Theresa M ☘️⚜️🐱🌲 (@thetreezz) December 20, 2020
Winters have arrived:
– Q. (@__theQ) December 20, 2020
On this day Jupiter and Saturn also meet (The conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn) and it happens once every 20 years, which is called the Great Conjunction. The characteristic of this astronomical event of Winter Solstice 2020 increases ten times because this coincidence is happening for the first time in about 397 years.