September is not only national holidays and ¡Viva México! It also means the arrival of autumn, a season that stands out for its colorful landscapes, sunsets, low temperatures and the fall of the leaves of the trees. For many, it is the best season of the year and if it is also for you, here we tell you all about the arrival of autumn 2021 to Mexico.
When does fall 2021 start in Mexico?
As usual, the beginning of autumn varies depending on the year. This time Fall 2021 will start exactly on Wednesday September 22 and will conclude on Tuesday, December 21, at which time we will welcome winter.
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Autumn is the time of year when the day is the same length as the night. As time goes by, the days will get shorter and shorter and the temperature will begin to drop due to the distance between the Sun and the Earth. So this is a good time to dust off all your coats and your winter clothes to withstand the cold that is expected.
Best of all, thanks to technology and apps like Clime and RadarScope, that you can download from Google Play with a charge to your Telcel bill, You will know the weather forecast for the following days to prepare and go out warm when necessary. Download your favorite application on your phone and consult it at any time taking advantage of the connectivity of #TelcelLaMejorRed with the highest Coverage and Speed.
Astronomical phenomena that await us in September
In addition to the autumn equinox, September begins with great surprises and astronomical phenomena that you cannot miss. So that you do not miss any, here we share the complete list of everything you can see if you turn to the sky at night.
Jupiter and Saturn visible (September 4)
Thanks to its closeness to Earth, Jupiter and Saturn, the two largest planets in our solar system, it can be appreciated just by looking at the sky and seeing the constellation of Capricorn in detail. An astronomical phenomenon that will be combined with the Aquarid meteor shower.
New Moon (September 7)
The lunar phase, also known as “new moon” or “inter-moon” is another of the fascinating astronomical phenomena of September. This phase occurs when the Moon is located exactly between the Earth and the Sun, so that its illuminated hemisphere cannot be seen so easily.
Perseid Meteor Shower (September 9)
Because the Moon will hide its luminosity during these days, the Perseid meteor shower will be able to be appreciated to a greater extent, which will be active from September 5 to 21. However, its peak will be on September 9.
Neptune Opposition (September 14)
In order to appreciate Neptune’s opposition, which is when the planet aligns with Earth, you will need the sky to be completely clear and dark. Fortunately, the Moon will be hidden after midnight during these days, so you will have a chance to see it clearly with the help of a telescope or binoculars.
Corn Moon (September 20)
Finally, the September Moon, also known as the Corn Moon, will light up the night sky as fall begins. Its name is derived from the ancient tradition of civilizations that associated it with the beginning of the harvest season and it always tends to be much larger and illuminated.
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Now you know, September and autumn bring great surprises for everyone, not to mention that the most anticipated festivities of the year are about to start. So tell us, are you ready for the arrival of everyone’s favorite season?
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