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Magnetic activity is at a minimum in winter, and increases through equinox to a maximum in summer.
The equinox is the only time these objects will be plainly visible.
Days are markedly shorter now, soon autumnal equinox will be upon us.
Tomorrow morning is the vernal equinox.
The shadow should have been drawn vertically, otherwise we would be in perpetual equinox.
The party season doesn't stop with the spring equinox.
Go in the bright blaze of Autumn's equinox.
And I believe it's now the equinox which means less and less and less daylight.
During equinox, the rings cooled to the lowest temperature ever recorded.
It's a dumb myth that you can only stand eggs on end on the first day of spring, on the vernal equinox in March.
The message was left shortly after last week's spring equinox, when this legend gets attention.
It's timed from equinox to equinox, making sure that it takes precession into account.
The moniker is given to the full moon that falls closest to the autumnal equinox.
It was reminiscent of the great tidal bores that are particularly pronounced during the equinox.
Join park staff to observe the alignment of the building with the equinox sunrise.
The equinox is also thought of as the start of spring and fall.

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