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2019 Spring Equinox In New Hampshire: Wednesday, March 20 at 5:58 pm (Eastern); 21:58 Greenwich.

by Anura Guruge


Happy Spring Equinox 2019.

[It is also called the Vernal Equinox
— that being the Latin for ‘Spring’.]

Click to ENLARGE.


I also share with you “Spring“.

Please enjoy.


Sunrise/Sunset for New Hampshire as of the
2019 Spring Equinox.

Notice that it is NOT EXACTLY 12 hours of sunlight on the Equinox.
That is mainly because we are so good at measuring time.
It has to do with the so called precession of the Earth’s axis.
Our rotation WOBBLES like a spinning top.

From, of course (where else), ‘timeanddate.com‘.

Click to ENLARGE and view here.
Use link below for original.

Click here for the ‘timeanddate.com’ original.


As is my custom let me also please share some
catching ‘Allegories of Spring’.


Related posts:
Search ‘Spring Equinox’.
Check Category ‘astronomy’.


by Anura Guruge

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January 20, 2019, Lunar Eclipse Most Likely Obscured In New Hampshire By Clouds.

by Anura Guruge


Click to ENLARGE and study here. From ‘timeanddate.com’. Easy enough to find.


Click to ENLARGE. New Hampshire Forecast, for Sunday night, January 20, 2019, from ‘The Weather Channel’.


I was worried about this. Then I heard about the big storm. That got me more concerned. The eclipse, however, is going to be late. That might help. But, this is just an early heads up. Don’t get your hopes up. You will see a lot about the eclipse on the media, but clouds might be a real problem for us. OK? Sorry.


Related posts:
Check Category ‘astronomy’.
Search ‘eclipse’.


by Anura Guruge

January 5 – 6, 2019, Partial Solar Eclipse Not Visible From New England (Or Even East Coast).

by Anura Guruge


Click to ENLARGE. From ‘timeanddate.com’.


You might see it in the new BUT it, from the U.S., is only visible if you are westernmost Alaska. It is essentially a far-eastern eclipse. So do not feel that you missed out. Not our turn.

But, do not despair. We have a total lunar eclipse on January 21, 2019, weather permitting. More on that as we get closer. OK?


Related posts:
Check Category ‘astronomy’.
Search ‘eclipse’.


by Anura Guruge

2018 Spring Equinox In New Hampshire: Tuesday, March 20 at 12:15 pm (Eastern); 16:15 Greenwich.

by Anura Guruge


Happy Spring Equinox 2018.

[It is also called the Vernal Equinox
— that being the Latin for ‘Spring’.]

Click to ENLARGE.


I also share with you Donovan’s haunting
“Lullaby of Spring”

Please enjoy.


Sunrise/Sunset for New Hampshire as of the
2018 Spring Equinox.

Notice that it is NOT EXACTLY 12 hours of sunlight on the Equinox.
That is mainly because we are so good at measuring time.
It has to do with the so called precession of the Earth’s axis.
Our rotation WOBBLES like a spinning top.

From, of course (where else), ‘timeanddate.com‘.

Click to ENLARGE and view here.
Use link below for original.

Click here for the ‘timeanddate.com’ original.


As is my custom let me also please share some
catching ‘Allegories of Spring’.


Related posts:
Search ‘Spring Equinox’.
Check Category ‘astronomy’.


by Anura Guruge

2017 Spring Equinox In New Hampshire: Monday, March 20 at 6:29 am (Eastern); 10:29 Greenwich.

by Anura Guruge


Happy Spring Equinox 2016.

[It is also called the Vernal Equinox
— that being the Latin for ‘Spring’.]

Click to ENLARGE.


John William North (British), 1888–90


I also share with you, “The Beauty of Spring”.

Please enjoy.


Sunrise/Sunset for New Hampshire as of the
2017 Spring Equinox.

Notice that it is NOT EXACTLY 12 hours of sunlight on the Equinox.
That is mainly because we are so good at measuring time.
It has to do with the so called precession of the Earth’s axis.
Our rotation WOBBLES like a spinning top.

From, of course (where else), ‘timeanddate.com‘.

Click to ENLARGE and view here.
Use link below for original.


Click here for the ‘timeanddate.com’ original.


Related posts:
++++ Search ‘Spring Equinox’ for posts from prior years >>>>

++++ Check Category ‘astronomy’ >>>>


by Anura Guruge

Monday, June 20, 2016 Will See The Latest Sunset & Longest Day For New Hampshire.

by Anura Guruge


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Click to ENLARGE. From “Time and Date”. See link below.

Click here to access “Time and Date“.


Yes, sirree, the 2016 Summer Solstice is indeed on Monday, June 20, 2016.

Hence why it is the longest day of 2016.

But NOTE, however, how the sunset stays at 8:30 pm till July 1, 2016, i.e., 12 days.

The sunrise times start getting later much faster.

In 12 days we would have lost 40 seconds of daylight time.

The Summer Solstice is my LEAST favorite day of the year! For me it is when days start getting shorter — telling me that winter is on the way. It is the only real way of looking at it. SMILE.


Related posts:
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++++ Check Category ‘astronomy’ >>>>


by Anura Guruge

2016 Spring Equinox In New Hampshire Will Be On Sunday, March 20 at 12:30 am (Eastern); 04:30 Greenwich.

by Anura Guruge


Happy Spring Equinox 2016.

As is my custom let me please share some
catching ‘Allegories of Spring‘.

[It is also called the Vernal Equinox
— that being the Latin for ‘Spring’.]

Click to ENLARGE.

Polish Jerzy Siemiginowski-Eleuter (c. 1660 – c. 1711).

Thought to be British (Scottish) Arthur Henry Jenkins (1871 – 1940).

German Alexander Bruckmann (1806 – 1852).

German Johannes Kleinschmidt (1858 – 1905).


I also share with you, “Sunrise, Sunset”
from “Fiddler on the Roof“.

Please enjoy.

sprin2016fiddler

Click to access YouTube video.


Sunrise/Sunset for New Hampshire up to/after the
March 20, 2016 Spring Equinox.

Notice that it is NOT EXACTLY 12 hours of sunlight on the Equinox.
That is mainly because we are so good at measuring time.
It has to do with the so called precession of the Earth’s axis.
Our rotation WOBBLES like a spinning top.

From, of course (where else), ‘timeanddate.com‘.

Click to ENLARGE and view here.
Use link below for original.


Click here for the ‘timeanddate.com’ original.


Related posts:
++++ Search ‘Spring Equinox’ for posts from prior years >>>>

++++ Check Category ‘astronomy’ >>>>


by Anura Guruge

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