The September 22 is the date that marks the autumnal equinox of 2022 in Mexico. It is known as equinox for the equivalent duration between day and night throughout the planet.
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The September equinox is the phenomenon that marks the end of summer and the early fall in the northern hemisphere of the planet; the time spring begins in the southern hemisphere.
In 2022, the fall equinox in Mexico will take place on Thursday, September 22, at 8:04 p.m. Central Time.
The name equinox comes from the Latin aequinoctiumWhat does it mean “same night”. This is due to the moment when the Sun is located right in the plane of the celestial equator.
Each year has two equinoxes, the spring between March 19 and 21, and the autumn between September 21 and 24. The reason why the date varies from one year to another is due to the way the years are sequenced according to the calendar, since some years are leap years and others are not, with the duration of each orbit of the Earth around the Sun ( duration known as the tropical year).
Fall will end next Wednesday, December 21with the arrival of the winter solstice.
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