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Easter & the Joys of Spring
Happy Easter from the teams at US Submergent Technologies and SediVision
Across the Northern Hemisphere, the Spring Equinox brings a time of renewal. Observed annually on March 19, 20, or 21, the Spring Equinox puts the world “in balance” if only for a moment.
Spring or Vernal Equinox is the day each year that the sun’s rays shine on the equator, with the Earth positioned in balance, neither tilted toward the sun or away from it. As a result, most of the world experiences 12 hours of sunlight and 12 hours of twilight or nightfall.
Around the globe, Christians use the date of the equinox for observing Easter as the first Sunday after the first full moon after the Spring Equinox. If the full moon falls on a Sunday, then Easter is moved to the next upcoming Sunday. At about this same time, people of the Jewish faith, observe Passover starting with the first full moon in the Jewish lunar-based calendar.
For all people, spring is season of hope and new life. The teams at SediVision and US Submergent Technologies wish you and those you love a Happy Easter, Happy Passover Holiday, and the joy and renewal that comes as the Earth emerges from winter to spring.
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