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Sep 22 2017
04:42 am

The autumn equinox, sometimes called the fall equinox, and known as the first day of fall is today, Sept. 22, at 4:02: PM, in the Eastern time zone in the northern hemisphere .

The sun will be shining directly on the Earth's equator, when night and day are roughly equal length. Then the daylight hours grow shorter and shorter and shorter.

2017 autumn equinox - 7 things to know on first day of fall

Autumn starts today! Here's everything to know about Autumn equinox 2017

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