Sep 28


The autumnal (fall) equinox is a holiday in Japan. It’s called the equinox because the day (light) and night (dark) are equal—both are twelve hours long. That means the sun crosses the celestial equator; in winter it will be in the southern half of the sky. September is a fall month, but the fall equinox is officially the beginning of fall. Does it feel like fall now to you? How about earlier in September?

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