In Mexico, June 20 will be the longest day of the year and also the shortest night. It is today when the summer solstice takes place in the northern hemisphere, an astronomical event that will end spring and mark the beginning of the new season.
According to the Institute of Astronomy of the National University of Mexico (UNAM), the astronomical event will occur specifically at 9:32 p.m.
Due to the inclination of the Earth's axis, that day the north pole of our planet will be pointing more directly towards the Sun than . . .