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@Regranned from @bbcbrasil - #BomDia Esta imagem da @esa_earth - a Agência Espacial Europeia - mostra o equinócio de setembro do ano passado. Todo ano, a Terra atravessa dois equinócios - os momentos em que o Sol, em seu movimento anual, corta a Terra verticalmente na altura do Equador Celeste, o que leva o dia e a noite a terem uma duração igual. Na imagem do satélite meteorológico Meteosat 8, tirada às 14h21m de 22 de setembro de 2016, pode-se ver o momento em que o a primavera do Hemisfério Sul começou. No Hemisfério Norte, este equinócio marca o início do outono. #SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #Equinócio #EquinócioDeSetembro #Outono #Sun #Earth #Primavera #EquinócioDePrimavera #Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #satélite #Meteorology #Satélite #Sol #NoiteEDia #Noite #ESA Crédito: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016) - #regrann

#BomDia Esta imagem da @esa_earth - a Agência Espacial Europeia - mostra o equinócio de setembro do ano passado. Todo ano, a Terra atravessa dois equinócios - os momentos em que o Sol, em seu movimento anual, corta a Terra verticalmente na altura do Equador Celeste, o que leva o dia e a noite a terem uma duração igual. Na imagem do satélite meteorológico Meteosat 8, tirada às 14h21m de 22 de setembro de 2016, pode-se ver o momento em que o a primavera do Hemisfério Sul começou. No Hemisfério Norte, este equinócio marca o início do outono. #SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #Equinócio #EquinócioDeSetembro #Outono #Sun #Earth #Primavera #EquinócioDePrimavera #Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #satélite #Meteorology #Satélite #Sol #NoiteEDia #Noite #ESA Crédito: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)

September #Equinox 2016 from Meteosat-8 —

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September Equinox 
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year. 
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring 
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)

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September Equinox
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year.
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)
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September Equinox 
Equinox is either of two astronomical moments in the year when the Sun hits vertically on the Earth's equator. The one at 14:21 UTC on 22 September 2016 (in the image) marked the start of the astronomical autumn in the northern hemisphere last year. 
The image was captured by the Meteosat-8 Natural Colour RGB, taken as close to the actual time of the equinox as possible – on 22 September 2016 at 14:27 UTC (16:27 CEST). Meteorologically the image at the equinox is of no special value, apart from the fact that the sunglint area, which characterises the ocean area mirroring solar radiation straight into the Meteosat sensors, is centred on the equator too, moving west roughly half the apparent speed of the Sun.
#SeptemberEquinox #equinox #AutumnEquinox #NorthernEmisphere #AstronomicalMoments #AstronomicalAutumn #Sun #Earth #SpringEquinox #SouthernEmisphere #AstronomicalSpring 
#Meteosat #Meteosat8 #NaturalColour #satellite #GeostationarySatellite #Meteorology #SunglintArea #sunglint #OceanArea #SolarRadiation #equator
Copyright: ESA/EUMETSAT (2016)

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