The first day of fall marks the autumn equinox, which is different from a solstice

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Both equinoxes and solstices only happen twice a year — the first days of fall and spring are equinoxes, while the first days of summer and winter are solstices 

On an equinox, the Earth is tilted neither toward or away from the sun. Days are slightly longer in places with higher latitudes

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At the equator, daylight may last for about 12 hours and seven minutes

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But at a place with 60 degrees of latitude, such as the North Pole, a day is over 12 hours long.


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On solstices, the Earth tilts toward or away from the sun. A summer solstice happens when the sun is directly above the Tropic of Cancer in the Northern Hemisphere and the Earth is tilting toward it

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 It is winter in the Southern Hemisphere, where the Earth's tilt is opposite to that of the Northern hemisphere.

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