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What you need to know about the spring equinox
by Lauren Fox, AccuWeather staff writer
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19 March 2020
On 19 March 2020 AccuWeather reported:
Two times each year the Earth's rotation around the sun creates an equinox, kicking off the beginning of spring and autumn. But what exactly is an equinox, and what does it mean? Bob Berman, astronomer for Slooh, explained the Earth is set on a tilt, and an equinox occurs when the Earth's tilt is directed in a way where the sun shines directly on the equator. This evenly distributes the sun's rays across the Earth's surface. In comparison, solstices are when the Earth is tilted in a way where one part of the Earth gets hit directly with sunlight.
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... Civilizations have been conscious of equinoxes for thousands of years, which has allowed them to establish directions. Many famous ancient structures exemplify this by aligning with the sun. The Great Pyramid of Egypt in Giza was built to align with the cardinal points so precisely it is within one 10th of a degree, Berman said.
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