(Oregon Coast) – Spring arrives tomorrow, both in the realm of astronomy and the very real world sense of soaking wet weather on the Oregon coast. (Above: Lincoln City).
The vernal equinox descends on the Earth on Friday at exactly 3:45 p.m., marking the switch from winter to spring. While that leaves little to actually see for people on this blue globe, it means a lot to astronomers and anyone with an interest in the science of the world around them.
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