The summer solstice will be arriving soon enough and you can catch the amazing sunrise happen at one of the most mystical places on earth, Stonehenge.  You don't need to catch a plane to see the summer solstice at this World Heritage Site this year, however.  It will actually be live streamed for us to see this amazing sight.

Stonehenge is the ancient rock structure whose history dates back to over 4,500 years. It is believed that it was created with unprecedented architectural ingenuity thousands of years ago to follow celestial occurrences.

The group that manages Stonehenge, the English Heritage organization, have asked people to avoid visiting the site due to the potential of having a large group gather during the coronavirus pandemic.

Instead the group is offering the sunrise to be livestreamed so the whole world can share in this ancient and mystical sight.

Expect the lifestream to start at sunset on June 20th and go until sunrise on June 21st, the day of the start of the summer solstice.  To see the sunrise live, those here on the East Coast in the United States will have to view it after midnight, around 12:30 AM, in the early hours of June 21st.

You will be able to find the stream on the English Heritage's social media accounts, including the 'English Heritage' Facebook page.

The group has also set up a Facebook Event page called 'Summer Solstice at Stonehenge: Live that you can follow as well.

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