weather, sign of spring | The exact time is 22.24 Monday evening: now it turns on

weather, sign of spring |  The exact time is 22.24 Monday evening: now it turns on

(The newspaper online🙂 The amount of snow the past few days may not indicate, but spring will come on Monday!

March 20th is the date when things will move up, from an astrological standpoint, with more sun and clearer signs of spring. Now the summer semester begins! The exact time is 22:24. It might be a little early to get out your swimming trunks and sunscreen, but now the sun will be longer in the sky and the days will get longer quickly.

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Before the summer solstice, which falls on June 21st here in the Northern Hemisphere, days get longer on average by three minutes and 20 seconds each day!

The vernal equinox is one of two equinoxes in a year in which the days are of equal length. can be more accurate Large Norwegian Encyclopedia Explain that it occurs at the moment when the sun crosses the celestial equator from south to north. This is when days look the most similar around the world, with 12 hours from sunrise to sunset.

  • The vernal equinox falls either on March 20 or 21 each year.
  • The autumnal equinox falls on September 22 or 23 each year. Then the opposite happens. The sun crosses the celestial equator from north to south.

After half a year of winter darkness, the sun finally appears again at the North Pole and won’t set again until 6 months from now. At the South Pole, exactly the opposite happens: the sun reappears only at the autumnal equinox.

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There is one more thing to explain in this context: Solverv. The summer solstice is the time of year when the sun is at its zenith on the celestial equator and the day is longest. It happens on the 21st or 22nd of June. The opposite occurs on the winter solstice on December 21 or 22. Then the sun is lowest and the day is shortest.

In Norway we follow the calendar more slavishly when we mark the seasons, but in other countries it is based on the ephemeris and follows the solstices and equinoxes.

Spring equinox Summer Solstice autumnal equinox winter solstice
20.03, at 22.24 21.06, at 16.57 23.09, at 08.50 22.12, at 04.27

source: Wikipedia

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