National Daylight Appreciation Day is a holiday that celebrates the longest day of daylight in the northern hemisphere. This is the day of the Summer Solstice and it’s a day when people can enjoy all of the hours of sunlight they’re going to receive on this day.
If that doesn’t float a person’s proverbial boat, then people can also use the day to appreciate the windows and the skylights of their home that allow all of that beautiful sunshine to come in. This holiday falls on June 21st and is a day on which many people are going to want to take the time to celebrate.
The History Of National Daylight Appreciation Day
A term that some people might not be familiar with is the term “daylighting.” This is a word that describes an indoor location that has windows and skylights that allow daylight into the home.
What does that have to do with the history of National Daylight Appreciation Day? It has a lot to do with it actually because this holiday was invented by Solatube International—a company that manufactures daylight devices. Unfortunately, we’re not sure at this moment what year this holiday was created.
Fun Facts About The Sun
This is a holiday that celebrates sunlight, so let’s take a few moments and talk about the sun. The facts below are just some of the things that we know about the sun and would like to now share.
- The sun is approximately 110 times the diameter of the Earth.
- About a million Earths could easily fit inside the sun.
- The sun has about 99.86% of the solar system’s total mass.
- The sun will eventually consume Mercury, Venus, and the Earth and become a giant red star.
Observing National Daylight Appreciation Day
Go out there and get some sun on this day, or take the time to at least draw the curtains back so that you can get some sunlight into the home. Once you’ve done that, you can use the hashtag #DaylightAppreciationDay to spread the word about this bright and sunny holiday.
When is National Daylight Appreciation Day?
|This year (2022)||June 21 (Tuesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||June 21 (Wednesday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||June 21 (Monday)||Multiple dates - more|