The September Equinox

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Astronomical autumn in the Northern Hemisphere is coming and the Southern Hemisphere is ready for spring. From this article, you’ll learn the difference between astronomical and meteorological autumn and more interesting astronomical facts about this event.

What is an equinox?

The name “equinox” comes from Latin “aequus” (equal) and “nox” (night) and gives us a pretty accurate…

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