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2020 Autumnal (Fall) Equinox In New Hampshire Will Be On Tuesday, September 22, 9:30am (Eastern).

by Anura Guruge


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Sunrise & Sunset Times for Concord, New Hampshire around the September Equinox.
(From Time-and-Date).

Note that daylight is NOT exactly 12 hours!
If anything we get closer to 12 hours 3 days later.
There is a reason for that. It is our latitude above the equator.
If we were closer to the equator it would have been closer to 12 hours.
See this explanation in Time-and-Date.


My equinox diagram.

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Another ‘Time-and-Date‘ diagram annotated by I.


This is COOL. Created by Dr. James O’Donoghue.


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by Anura Guruge

2018 Autumnal (Fall) Equinox In New Hampshire Will Be On Saturday, September 22, 9:54pm (Eastern).

by Anura Guruge


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Sunrise & Sunset Times for Concord, New Hampshire around the September Equinox.
(From Time-and-Date).

Note that daylight is NOT exactly 12 hours!
If anything we get closer to 12 hours 3 days later.
There is a reason for that. It is our latitude above the equator.
If we were closer to the equator it would have been closer to 12 hours.
See this explanation in Time-and-Date.


My equinox diagram.

Click to ENLARGE, study and admire.


Related Posts:
Search on ‘equinox’ for lots of other posts with tons of pictures & diagrams.


by Anura Guruge

2017 Autumnal (Fall) Equinox In New Hampshire Will Be On Friday, September 22, 4:02pm (Eastern).

by Anura Guruge


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Sunrise & Sunset Times for Concord, New Hampshire around the September Equinox.
(From Time-and-Date).

Note that daylight is NOT exactly 12 hours!
If anything we get closer to 12 hours 3 days later.
There is a reason for that. It is our latitude above the equator.
If we were closer to the equator it would have been closer to 12 hours.
See this explanation in Time-and-Date.


My equinox diagram.

Click to ENLARGE, study and admire.


Related Posts:
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Search on ‘equinox’ for lots of other posts with tons of pictures & diagrams  —>>>


by Anura Guruge

2016 Autumnal (Fall) Equinox In New Hampshire Will Be On Thursday, September 22, 10:21 am (Eastern).

by Anura Guruge


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Taken with a Nikon P900.


My equinox diagram.

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by Anura Guruge

2013 September Autumnal Equinox Will Be On Sunday, September 22, At 4:44 PM Eastern (U.S), 20:44 (8:44 PM) GMT

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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 .by Anura Guruge


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>> March 20, 2013 Spring Equinox — Mar. 20, 2013.


Click to access my March 2013 post with much, much details and diagrams.

Click to access my March 2013 post with much, much details and diagrams.

 


IF you really want even more click more this 'Space.com' article with diagram.

IF you really want even more click more this ‘Space.com’ article with diagram.


Equinoxes don’t do much for me. I am a committed ‘Winter Solstice‘ Sun worshipper. The Winter Solstice is MY favorite day of the year (and not just because it is so close to Christmas). As of that day the days starts getting longer and I love that. I mourn the ‘Summer Solstice‘ — when days start getting shorter!

The equinoxes to me mark the midway points between the solstices. Three more months to go.

Fall is not really with us as yet in central New Hampshire. I closely studied the foliage on my run up Prospect Mountain this morning. I took some pictures too but they have gone missing from the card! Strange. Never had that happen before. I was using my old camera and not Deanna’s magic Panasonic. Some foliage, not as much as I expected. The leaves that turned red in early August are now dead and withered.

The rain is coming. The Highland Games are in Loon — and we are not there! Though I have had some pangs, as I knew I would, it hasn’t bothered us much. Devanee and Deanna both acknowledged that it was ‘The Games’ weekend. That was all.

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