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Rush hour driving and glare from the sun are at their most unhappy alliance now. It's the time of year near the autumnal equinox when the sun's glare can make a morning commute to the east and an evening commute to the west difficult and dangerous. "
Wednesday is the last day in Baltimore with more daylight hours than nighttime until spring. There will be about 12 hours, 1 minute of daylight, with sunrise at about 6:57 a.m. and sunset at 6:58 p.m. But the hours of daylight are shrinking by about
Studies show most animal species are willing to look the other way when they see deer strapped to car roofs. Burning witches today is frowned upon, but, back in the 1600s, a good witch-burning really rallied the community together. Though humans now
Media at the Omani Astronomical Society, says days will be equal to nights in most countries of the world after which they will become gradually shorter and nights longer. He added that in Oman, Autumn Equinox will be occur on Saturday September 28,
Autumn arrived Sunday afternoon with a splash of sunshine, as if it were a day stolen from summer and from all those sidewalk chalk artists, wine and cheese aficionados, and puppy lovers who got shocked Saturday by an early, sudden, drenching rain. "
Sunday, marking the start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere and spring in the Southern Hemisphere. At the equinox, the Earth is spinning upright relative to the sun -- this only happens twice a year because the Earth's axis is tilted by 23.5 degrees.
Sure, it's a little hazy, with some clouds, but there is a slight southerly breeze of 5-10 mph. For now, it's dry, but thunderstorms are possible anytime this kind of heat and humidity hang over the region, and they're most likely on Thursday. And
University of Edinburgh researchers, Arwen Nicholson and Duncan Forgan's computer simulations showed that the probes could get a turbo-boost and could save fuel by doing a slingshot off the stars' gravitational fields, Discovery News reported. In
The moon is expected to 13.5 percent closer to earth during the Supermoon. Earth, Moon and Sun line up to create the perfect conditions for a so called 'Supermoon'. According to popular folklore, this is the time when "people turn into lunatics",
Still, cue 'Moonstruck.' This year's supermoon it's also a strawberry moon will be (slightly) larger and brighter than others, because its full phase comes as the orb makes its closest approach to Earth. It's bigger than a bleached beach ball, able