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Currently— March 18th 2022

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The next time this newsletter hits your inbox it will be truly “spring” in the Northern Hemisphere, by every definition— meteorological and astronomical. However many places experienced the equilux— or the time where day and night are equal lengths— today. Feels extra lucky to have an equilux on St. Patty’s day. 
Tomorrow, if skies are clear near you, look out for another spring phenomenon known as the “crow moon” or “worm moon”. This occurs when the moon appears larger in the sky because it is closer to the horizon and our eyes compare it to earthy objects— like buildings and trees. 
Dave Epstein
Happy #Equilux greater Boston! Today is the day the gap between sunrise and sunset is 12 hours. While the #springEquinox is Sunday, because of how we define sunrise and sunset and the equation of time, today is actually our true equal day and night. Now go impress your friends! https://t.co/Kyqx3qfhKS
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