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Each of the four seasons begins at either an equinox or solstice. An Equinox marks the alignment of the equator and ecliptic when day and night are of equal length. A Solstice occurs when the Earth is closest to or at its greatest distance from the Sun.

Spring (vernal) equinox - 21 March

ummer solstice - 21 June

Autumn equinox - 23 Sept

Winter solstice - 22 Dec

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