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    Mary Lou Walen

    12 hours of daylight & 12 hours of night – Really? Well, mostly. There seems to be a 14 minute difference depending on where in the world you might be. http://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/equinox-not-equal.html

    and from Doyle Rice, USA TODAY 12:13 p.m. EDT March 19, 2015 ………
    Today, March 20th, 2015 is the “Earth’s 1st & only total solar eclipse of the year & 1st since Nov 2013 says NASA. Next time will be August 2017”.

    So, where is the time exact? “Residents of the Danish-owned Faroe Islands and the sparsely inhabited Norwegian island group of Svalbard will be the only lucky ones to see the full spectacle.”

    Do you pay attention to the Equinox?

    In reviewing data for this short post, I found a discussion on TIME. Now, that was downright fascinating. See more in a future post. ml

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