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2013 Equinox, Solstice & Cross-Quarter Moments
TIME
TABLES
FOR:

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2001
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2003
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2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
Other Zone Offsets
Eastern Europe UT +2 hrs.
Moscow UT +3 hrs.
Middle East UT +3 hrs.
Afghanistan UT +4.5 hrs.
Pakistan UT +5 hrs.
India UT +5.5 hrs.
China UT +8 hrs.
Japan UT +9 hrs.
EVENTHawaiian
Standard
AlaskanPacificMountainCentralEasternAtlanticNewf'lndUTWestern
Europe
Central
Europe
PerthDarwinSydneyNew
Zealand
ImbolcFebruary 3August 7*
05:5706:5707:5708:5709:5710:5711:5712:2715:5715:5716:5716:2117:5118:2120:21

Vernal
Equinox
March 20September 23
01:0203:0204:0205:0206:0207:0208:0208:3211:0211:0212:0204:4406:1406:4408:44

Beltaine5/4May 5November 7
22:0500:0501:0502:0503:0504:0505:0505:3508:0509:0510:0514:0715:37*16:07*19:07

Summer
Solstice
June 20June 21December 22
19:0421:0422:0423:0400:0401:0402:0402:3405:0406:0407:0401:1102:41*03:11*06:11

Lughnasad8/6August 72/3February 4
22:2100:2101:2102:2103:2104:2105:2105:5108:2109:2110:2123:5701:27*01:57*04:57

Autumnal
Equinox
September 22March 203/21
10:4412:4413:4414:4415:4416:4417:4418:1420:4421:4422:4419:0220:32*21:02*00:02

SamhainNovember 6November 7May 5
20:0721:0722:0723:0700:0701:0702:0702:3706:0706:0707:0716:0517:3518:0520:05

Winter
Solstice
December 21June 21
07:1108:1109:1110:1111:1112:1113:1113:4117:1117:1118:1113:0414:3415:0417:04

foot
notes
Equinox and Solstice data from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington DC. Cross-Quarter moments are interpolated as the midway points between the Solstices and Equinoxes measured in degrees along the ecliptic. Former NASA scientist Rollin Gillespie uses this spatial method rather than simply splitting in half the time interval between a Solstice and an Equinox.
* Southern Hemisphere seasons are opposite those north of the Equator.
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