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1 minute ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

I used the NOAA solar calculator to find it as best I could. If I am using the calculator correctly, the direct rays of the sun will cross the equator at lat O (obviously lol) and -136.93359 long. This is in the pacific about halfway between Hawaii and San Francisco, on the equator 

Praise the Sun!

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11 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

I used the NOAA solar calculator to find it as best I could. If I am using the calculator correctly, the direct rays of the sun will cross the equator at lat O (obviously lol) and -136.93359 long. This is in the pacific about halfway between Hawaii and San Francisco, on the equator 

I'm afraid I'm not too impressed with this, but here you are. You're gonna need a bigger boat....

 

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1 hour ago, mappy said:

3:21pm is when it officially happens for us. So, if I understand how equinox works correctly, that is when the suns rays are exactly perpendicular to the equator, where it is 12hrs day 12hrs night split evenly on the earth. Then the shift slowly happens between now and the winter solstice to be in the southern hemisphere. 

I didn’t mean to imply that you didn’t know. Sorry. I just didn’t know if I was being clear about what I was trying to say. I tend to find the most trivial of things the coolest.

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6 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

I didn’t mean to imply that you didn’t know. Sorry. I just didn’t know if I was being clear about what I was trying to say. I tend to find the most trivial of things the coolest.

I didn't take it that way, you're good!

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