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UTC Date and Time of solstices and equinoxes
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20042006:492100:572216:302112:42
20052012:332106:462222:232118:35
20062018:262112:262304:032200:22
20072100:072118:062309:512206:08
20082005:482023:592215:442112:04
20092011:442105:452221:182117:47
20102017:322111:282303:092123:38
20112023:212117:162309:042205:30
20122005:142023:092214:492111:11
20132011:022105:042220:442117:11
20142016:572110:512302:292123:03
20152022:452116:382308:202204:48
20162004:302022:342214:212110:44
20172010:282104:242220:022116:28
How the Sun lights the Earth on the day of equinox

An equinox is when the sun passes directly over the equator. There are two equinoxes each year. Equinox can also mean either of the two days when this happens. On these days, the nights are equal in length at latitudes L° North and L° South. The word equinox comes from two Latin words meaning "equal" and "night".  view more...