Summer Season 2020 Google Doodle – Google celebrating the start of summer season

Summer Season 2020 Google Doodle – Google celebrating the start of summer season, special doodles made on orange color. Summer Season 2020 Google Doodle: There will be a summer season in the Northern Hemisphere from June 21 to September 22, while on the other hand the winter season is going on in the Southern Hemisphere.

Summer Season 2020 Google Doodle

Summer Season 2020 Google Doodle

Google has created a special doodle to celebrate the beginning of the summer season in a very special way. Actually, the summer season starts in the Northern Hemisphere from June 21, after which the days start getting longer and nights shorter. In such a situation, on June 20, Google has made a special doodle. It shows a hot air balloon in sunlight. At the same time, a colorful hot air balloon is seen in the sky and the shining sun is seen next to it, indicating that the summer season is beginning in the Northern Hemisphere. The summer season will be from 21 June to 22 September.

Let us know that the day of June 21 is considered to be the longest day of the year. Along with this it is also called Summer Solstice. While there will be a summer season in the Northern Hemisphere from 21 June to 22 September, on the other hand, the winter season is going on in the Southern Hemisphere at this time. It is known that the summer solstice is the day of the year when our earth is completely tilted towards the sun at the maximum point.

At the same time, amidst the nationwide lockdown caused by the corona virus, users were instructed to stay in their homes through Google Doodle. In such a situation, Google continued to offer its old popular doodles to the users every day.

Web Title: Summer Season 2020: Google Doodle marks beginning of summer in Northern Hemisphere
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