The Answer is September since it is the north
July is summer, with longer days, in the northern hemisphere
December in the Northern Hemisphere and June in the Southern Hemisphere.
You can see the Big Dipper every month of the year, IF you live in the Northern Hemisphere
In march if you look at a picture of the moons surface.
You can see Orion and his belt BEST in the winter months - if you live in the Northern Hemisphere.
In the northern hemisphere it is in September. In the southern hemisphere it is in March.
There are two answers to that. In the northern hemisphere the autumnal equinox is in September, so one answer is the letter e. In the southern hemisphere the autumnal equinox is in March, so the second answer is the letter c.
The autumn equinox is September, usually the 22nd or 23rd, in the Northern hemisphere. There are two equinox, the autumnal and vernal. They are referred to these name everywhere, in both the northern and southern hemispheres.
It occurs in March, currently on March 20 each year. (the same date is the "vernal equinox" in the Northern Hemisphere)
It officially ends in September on the autumnal equinox. Another fun fact, Spring begins on March 20 or the 21 which is the vernal equinox.
The vernal equinox is in March in the northern hemisphere and in September in the southern hemisphere.
The "autumnal equinox" is a single point in time, not a period. In 2015, the autumnal equinox will happen at 08:20 (UT) on the 23rd September.
Different places have different definitions for when summer begins and ends. I go by the rule that summer begins at the moment of the summer solstice and ends at the moment of the autumnal equinox. In the northern hemisphere the date of the summer solstice ranges from June 19 to June 23, and the date of the autumnal equinox ranges from September 21 to September 24. In the southern hemisphere the date of the summer solstice ranges from December 20 to December 23, and the date of the autumnal equinox ranges from March 19 to March 22.
Autumn begins with the Autumnal Equinox and ends with the Winter Solstice.In Northern Hemisphere Autumn is September 22 to December 21.In the Southern Hemisphere Autumn is March 20 to June 20(On leap years all these dates are one day later)
The Fall Equinox is the September Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the March Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere. The weather seasons can be roughly decided by the month in which the season starts and the two months following. northern hemisphere - September, October, November (begins Sept 22/23) Southern Hemisphere - March, April, May (begins March 20)
Autumn begins in September in the US and the Northern hemisphere.4 Seasons and their months:Spring: March, April, May Summer: June, July, August Autumn: September, October, November Winter: December, January, February
Equal hours of daylight and sunlight occur on a day known as the Equinox. There are two of these days every year - a vernal Equinox (in the spring), and an autumnal Equinox (in the fall). This answer is easily searchable on this website. Please refer to the search function before posting a question like this in the future. Source: My own personal knowledge.