National Geographic/Science/Andrew Fazekas, 9/20/16. "The Autumn Equinox is almost here - what you need to know."
|Weather about the same, more leaves.|
The word 'equinox' comes from Latin and means 'equal night,' referring to the roughly 12-hour day and night that occurs only on the two equinox days of the year." Read article.
Related articles. Mirror, UK, Natalie Evans, 9/22/16, "First day of autumn 2016 marked with falling leaves Google Doodle." "Britain may be set to bask in another heatwave next week but today is officially the first day of autumn." Season change. First Day Organization: First Day/Fall Equinox 2016. Also remember 10:21 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) is 7:21 a.m. our Pacific Standard Time (PST), World Time Buddy. Note photograph/graphic: Hello Autumn (leaves) source Tumblr.com from GIPHY.
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