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People around the world can now view the movement of the sun and stars over the ancient stone circle at Britain’s Stonehenge through a livestream launched on Friday, the summer solstice.

The solstice marks the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and has been celebrated for millennia at Stonehenge, a still-mysterious site built more than 4,500 years ago and apparently designed to align with movements of the sun.

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