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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

First Day of Fall 2010

Today, September 22nd 2010, is the first day of fall for North America. It means the autumn equinox is approaching quickly. The autumnal equinox signifies that the sun is being in the same line with the equator. The first day of fall is officially celebrated in Europe and Asia on September 23rd this year.

In the year 2010, the fall starts to September 22. This will happen in the Northern Hemisphere i.e., in countries like U.S., Canada. In 2010 fall begins September 23 in Europe.

The sun is directly on the land for Ecuador on the day of the Autumn Equinox and is no time like day and night. After the summer solstice, the days become shorter from now on until the Spring Equinox.

The harvest season in fruits and vegetables starts ripening when the first day of fall signals starts off. The start of Halloween season is also associated with the fall. It happens on the first day of fall of 2010. In that day, the Sun is directly over the land Ecuador, dividing day and night hours equally.

After July 22nd, the day was becoming shorter and nights longer. The day and night and now historical Equal in the longest nights starts to be shorter and the days during the first day of fall. This will happen till the end of winter where cold winds start blowing the leaves and the trees begin to fall. This means that the first fall 2010 has passed. The fall or the first day of fall will indicate that the season of winter is nearby.

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