Today is the Autumn Equinox, or the First Day of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere. Learn more about the Solar Progression through the season with a new feature!
Today is the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, when the Sun is at its Zenith Point at the Tropic of Cancer. All Moon Phases for Summer 2023 are here. Read on to learn more about the Blue Moon, Harvest Moon, and Summer Solstice.
Happy First Day of Summer! The Summer Solstice, a “Quarter Day” of the Earth’s revolution around the sun. Today, the Sun is at its maximum distance away from the Celestial Equator – making it appear at its highest position in the sky all year. Click here to Learn More!
t’s the first day of winter 2021 in the Northern Hemisphere! The full moon wanes as the Ursids meteor shower rises to its peak tomorrow. Tonight is the longest night of the year, lasting a total of 14 hours and 46 minutes of nighttime where I live in Western Pennsylvania. If you lived in the Arctic Circle, the Sun would never rise today! Sounds like a great night to relax with friends and watch some meteors.
Happy Fall Ya’ll! Today is the Autumnal Equinox 2021, the first day of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. While many places have been feeling like Fall since September 1st, today is the “official” first day of Fall.
Happy Summer Solstice to our friends in the Northern Hemisphere! It is the first day of astronomical Summer in the Northern Hemisphere, and the “official” first day of Summer. Click to Learn More!