Perihelion Day in 2024 marks the Earth's closest distance to the Sun, approximately 3 million miles closer than the farthest point, aphelion.

The event often occurs two weeks after the winter solstice, the day with the lowest duration of daylight in the Northern Hemisphere.

 Perihelion demonstrates Earth's orbit around the sun is elliptical, adding a dynamic aspect to its space voyage.

A study by the University of California, Berkeley found that sunlight is around 7% more potent during perihelion than at aphelion.

The term "perihelion" originates from Greek, with "peri" denoting around and "helios" representing the sun.

 Natural bodies often follow elliptical trajectories, influencing the complex and dynamic nature of celestial trajectories..

he winter solstice is the longest night of the year, and when it occurs in 2024, it will be the longest night of the year.

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