Friday 17 November 2017

Letters to the Editor: Mark the returning of the light by shining bright for the needy

Sunrise on the winter solstice at the Newgrange passage tomb in Meath
Sunrise on the winter solstice at the Newgrange passage tomb in Meath
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The winter solstice tomorrow, December 21, is the day of least daylight in the calendar year.

The winter solstice is considered by some astronomers to mark the end of autumn and the start of winter.

In meteorology, winter in the northern hemisphere spans the three months of December, January and February.

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