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Equinox on September 22 or 23

This year's September equinox will occur on September 23 at 02:29 UTC, when the Sun moves from the north of the Earth's Celestial Equator to its south.

When is the equinox in my city?

In the Northern Hemisphere, this event marks the beginning of the fall (autumn) season while in the Southern Hemisphere it is the first day of spring. Many cultures around the world hold feasts and festivals in celebration of the equinox.

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Time Zone News

 

 ▶DST ends in USA & Canada on Sunday, Nov 2, 2014

 ▶Clocks go back 1 hour in Europe Sunday, Oct 26, 2014

 ▶Russia returns to Standard Time all year

 


 There was no Newsletter in July and August.


Did you know...

...that contrary to popular belief, the day and night on the equinox are not exactly 12 hours long? Most locations on Earth experience a little more than 12 hours of daylight on the day of the equinox.

Find out why?


Tip of the month

With a total lunar eclipse and a partial solar eclipse, October is a good month for all you eclipse enthusiasts!

On October 8, people in most parts of the United States, Australia and Japan will be able to see a total lunar eclipse. This eclipse is the second in a series of 4 total lunar eclipses called Blood Moons.

Can I see it from my city?

On October 23, 2014, much of the United States will be able to see a partial solar eclipse. Read More


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