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through the fall and the spring equinox alot of things happen during the fall and spring equinox

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On the spring equinox, the Sun is moving into your hemisphere and marks the beginning of spring. In the fall equinox, the Sun is moving into the opposite hemisphere, and marks the beginning of fall. In the northern hemisphere, the spring equinox occurs about March 21, and in the southern hemisphere, the spring equinox happens about September 21.


The spring equinox is the vernal equinox; the fall equinox is the autumnal equinox.


Toward the sun (from the spring equinox to the fall equinox).


during the vernal (spring) equinox and the autumnal (fall) equinox.


During Spring (Vernal Equinox) - March 20th or 21st = Equator During Fall (Fall Equinox) - September 22nd and 23rd = Equator (Yeah, the sun's rays are most direct on the equator during Spring and Fall) especially the days I mentioned above. The Equinox's


When day and night are equal around the world (North and South Hemisheres) it is called a equinox. In a year that happens twice, once in the Spring which called a Spring Equinox and once in the Fall which is called a Fall or Autumn Equinox. Spring Equinox occurs on March 21 and Fall or Autumn Equinox occurs September 22


This happens twice a year at on of the "equinox" (the spring equinox or the fall equinox) At noon if you are on the equator at thet oment the Sun is at the "Zenith".


Spring equinox occurs around March 20 and Fall equinox occurs around September 22 for the Northern Hemisphere. For the Southern Hemisphere these dates are opposite; the Spring equinox is around September 22 and the Fall equinox occurs around March 20.


The Sun is never ON the equator, it is above the equator twice a year - the spring equinox and the fall equinox.


The spring equinox is March 21, The fall equinox is September 23


equinox happens because the sun shines almost directly at the equator and day and night on earth are about the equal amount of time and it happens twice a year on March 21(spring equinox) and September 21(fall equinox).


It's called the Equinox, which happens biannually, one called Vernal Equinox (Spring), and one called Autumnal Equinox (Fall).


March 20th is the spring equinox and September 23 is the autumn equinox



At the spring and fall equinox, the Sun is directly over the Earth's equator, i.e., right between both hemispheres. That's what "equinox" means.


The vernal equinox is Spring; the autumnal equinox is Autumn [Fall].


The equinox is the only day of 12 hours of night and day. It Occurs every spring and fall.


In the Spring and Fall equinox, night and day have the same number of hours. Equi = equal.


There are two. The spring equinox is on about March 21st. The fall equinox is about Sept. 21st


Spring and Autumn/Fall, for the Northern Hemisphere spring equinox is around March 21st and Autumn/Fall Equinox is around September 21st and for the Southern Hemisphere its the exact opposite.



The sun is directly over the equator at the two instants during the year when the sun reaches one of the "equinox" points among the stars. That happens in March and September. Those moments are the astronomical beginning of Spring or Fall in both hemispheres.


The adjectives vernal and autumnal mean "of spring" and "of autumn (fall)" respectively. The equinox, when the day and night are even, occurs twice a year. Once in spring and once in autumn (fall) as we move from the extremes of the summer and winter solstices. Therefore we have a vernal equinox (in spring) and an autumnal equinox (in autumn/fall).


The spring equinox used to fall on March 20th in the United States. In 2005, the spring equinox was moved to March 21st.


September 21 which is the fall equinox and March 21 which is the spring equinox



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