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Strange Universe 9/19/21

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The autumn equinox, which brings the start of the fall, happens Sept. 22 at 3:21 EDT. That’s when the sun shines straight over the equator and neither of Earth’s hemispheres gets more sunlight than the other. Tune in to hear about the approaching fall sky and the behavior of the Harvest moon that sets it apart.