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Fall Equinox 2017: When Is It and What Does It Mean?

Newsweek - 22 Sep 2017
September 22 marks the 2017 fall equinox in the United States and the start of autumn across the northern hemisphere—at the same time in the southern hemisphere the vernal equinox marks the start of spring. In theory the orientation of the earth ...
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Night Lights of the North Coast

Redheaded Blackbelt - 13 Aug 2018
The Fall Equinox of September 21, 2017 found me camping beneath the stars on Paradise Ridge in Southern Humboldt's King Range, a BLM-managed area of our beautiful and famous Lost Coast. Friends I've known since childhood had invited me out to join ...
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Autumn Equinox 2017: Why Friday Is the First Day of Fall

TIME - 22 Sep 2017
Friday's autumn equinox marks the end of summer and the first day of fall for anybody living in the Northern Hemisphere, meaning colder weather and longer nights are on the way. The 2017 autumn equinox, which signals the official change of season ...
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Here's What August Weather Typically Looks Like

The Weather Channel - 31 Jul 2018
The length of daylight also quickly declines through August as the autumnal equinox, with 12 hours of day and night, approaches in September. Most cities in the northern half of the nation lose 2 to 3 minutes of daylight each day in August. The sun ...
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Autumn Equinox 2017: Why is today important but also depressing?

The Independent - 22 Sep 2017
It's the autumn equinox, both the beginnings and end of some of the most important times of the year. As such, it's astronomically important – and also a little depressing. The moment is important because it is the time when the nights and the day are ...
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The Fall Equinox: What You Can Expect to See in the Night Sky

Inverse - 22 Sep 2017
First a little about the fall equinox. Compared to summer and winter equinoxes, during the fall equinox the sun shines directly on the equator, giving us nearly equal amounts of night and day. And while we are welcoming fall in the northern hemisphere ...
fall equinox 2017

5 things to know about the autumn equinox — and a funny tweet

Seattle Times - 22 Sep 2017
The word “equinox” comes from the Latin words “equi,” meaning equal, and “nox” meaning night. Although this implies that day and night will be of equal length, it's not exactly true. But it's pretty close. Our days will continue to get shorter and our ...
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Summer's Over, But The Fall Equinox Is Still Worth Celebrating

Refinery29 - 20 Sep 2017
Once you settle up with your 2017 to-do list, make a new one. It's never too early to plan for the months (or year!) ahead, but the fall equinox is a natural opportunity to get started. In addition to the inevitably stressful process of planning for ...
fall equinox 2017

When Is The First Day Of Fall: 5 Facts About Autumn Equinox

Patch.com - 19 Sep 2017
Summer-like temperatures may prevail for a few more days or weeks in many parts of the country, but fall — the season of brilliant foliage shows, crisp air and pumpkin-spice everything — officially arrives in the Northern Hemisphere at 4:02 p.m ...
fall equinox 2017

How to See the October Harvest Moon—First in Almost a Decade

National Geographic - 05 Oct 2017
In the Northern Hemisphere, the harvest moon is the closest full moon to the fall equinox, which usually happens on or around September 22. That means the harvest moon usually occurs in September. But this year, the September full moon appeared on the ...

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