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3 April, 13:08

The vernal equinox occurs in March in the Northern Hemisphere.

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  1. 3 April, 13:42
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    The vernal equinox are the two days in the year in which the sun is exactly above the Equator, one for each hemisphere.

    In the Northern Hemisphere, it happens when the sun crosses the Equator going North, marking the beginning of the spring in this hemisphere. It happens in March. So this affirmative is True
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