First Day of Autumn

The first day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere is September 22nd this year. At 9:31 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, Earth’s annual trip around the sun hits the milestone we use to separate our seasons: The sun crosses over the equator to the southern half of the planet. For the next six months, the Northern Hemisphere will be getting less direct light from our star, and it will get chillier by the week.

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