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What (who) is estival - definition

ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENON THAT OCCURS IN JUNE IN NORTHERN HEMISPHERE AND IN DECEMBER IN SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
Summer Solstice; Aestival solstice; Estival solstice; Longest day of the year
  • Date of the northern hemisphere's summer solstice over time. The ~25 drops per century are leap years when the date shifts back one day due to the insertion of February 29.  There was no leap year in 1800 or 1900, which explains why there is no drop those years.
  • Earth during the summer solstice in June 2017
  • 22 December]] 2019. The town is on the [[Tropic of Capricorn]] (Shadow directly below the sign)
  • [[Summer]] [[solstice]] [[sunset]] over the [[Mojave Desert]] 7:54 p.m. PDT (19:54)  June 20, 2016

estival      
¦ adjective US spelling of aestival.
Estival      
·noun ·Alt. of Estivation.
Estival Jazz         
MUSIC FESTIVAL
Estival Jazz (also Lugano Estival Jazz) is an annual music festival that takes place at the beginning of summer in the Swiss city of Lugano in the canton of Ticino. It is an open-air and free of charge festival.

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Summer solstice

The summer solstice, also called the estival solstice or midsummer, occurs when one of Earth's poles has its maximum tilt toward the Sun. It happens twice yearly, once in each hemisphere (Northern and Southern). For that hemisphere, the summer solstice is the day with the longest period of daylight and shortest night of the year, when the Sun is at its highest position in the sky. Within the Arctic circle (for the Northern hemisphere) or Antarctic circle (for the Southern), there is continuous daylight around the summer solstice. The opposite event is the winter solstice.

The summer solstice occurs during summer. This is the June solstice (usually 20 or 21 June) in the Northern hemisphere and the December solstice (usually 21 or 22 December) in the Southern. On the summer solstice, Earth's maximum axial tilt toward the Sun is 23.44°. Likewise, the Sun's declination from the celestial equator is 23.44°.

Since prehistory, the summer solstice has been seen as a significant time of year in many cultures, and has been marked by festivals and rituals. Traditionally, in many temperate regions (especially Europe), the summer solstice is seen as the middle of summer and referred to as "midsummer"; although today in some countries and calendars it is seen as the beginning of summer.

Examples of use of estival
1. Surely it would be easier to describe that estival time in brief abstractions than to run on at length in an adjectival fashion.