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Solstice and Equinox explained
posted June 30 2011 18:43.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The sun rises in the East, right? Well, not quite, not always and not exactly... I'm sure that most of you (if not all) have heard the words Solstice and Equinox (maybe in your language). I know myself many people who know these words but do not know what they mean. Watch the following video from Sixty Symbols to learn more info about the 4 (and not 2) dates that Solstice or Equinox occurs.

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
Tags: solar   space related   science   theory/tutorial   

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