fall equinox

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The first set shows super window performance with no overhang protection from spring to fall equinox while the second set of results shows performance with overhang protection.
Under the moon theory, the fall equinox can vary by more than one month, which would mean that fawns may or may not drop during the period of peak nutrition.
After the fall equinox, they sensed the power of darkness as the night steadily lengthened and the day got shorter.
The Inn also will celebrate its 20th anniversary with special events for the summer solstice on June 21st - the longest day of the year - and the fall equinox on September 22 - the time when day and night are equal.
EDT, the same day as the fall equinox, which signals the season changeover.
Fall Equinox Event "Becoming the Harvest: A Journey of Self-Discovery, Self-Empowerment and Self-Realization,'' 7 p.
That was for a pagan celebration of Lunasa, the midpoint between fall equinox and summer solstice around which Faerieworlds is also scheduled.
The weather records provided a good consistency check but didn't help us establish a unique date for Autumn Moon, because northern California has such an abundance of clear skies in the weeks near the fall equinox.
The Rebels are almost as regular as the fall equinox - Quartz Hill hasn't lost a league match since 1994 and has won 13 consecutive league titles.
Eight is almost palatable: "The angel appeared on Paradise Hill the night of the fall equinox, light and dark dividing evenly over the world.
The latter is known as autumnal equinox or fall equinox.