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And gies a hand o' thine! And we'll tak a right gude-willie-waught, for auld lang syne. Burns' version builds on earlier works. Poems and songs with somewhat similar text have been found dating back as far as anonymous ballad in the Bannatyne Manuscript of Another version, the first that contains a form of the 'auld lang syne' phrase, is attributed to the courtly poet Sir Robert Ayton Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never thought upon, The flames of love extinguished, And freely past and gone?
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As the year elapses, the days slowly get shorter and cooler as summer gives way to autumn. On September 21 or 22, the sun's direct light has reached the equator.
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Days and night reach parity, and because the sun is hitting the whole world head-on, every latitude experiences this simultaneously. On December 21 or 22, the sun is directly over the Tropic of Capricorn in the Southern Hemisphere, meaning the Northern Hemisphere is receiving the least sunlight it will get all year. The Northern Hemisphere is therefore in winter solstice. Our days are short and nights are long. Parity will again be reached on March 21 or 22, the vernal equinox for the Northern Hemisphere, and the whole process will repeat itself.
Now reverse all of this for the Southern Hemisphere.
When we're at autumnal equinox, they're at vernal equinox. Happy first day of spring, Southern Hemisphere!http://edutoursport.com/libraries/2020-11-20/2196.php
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And welcome to fall, Northern Hemisphere! Enjoy this long day of sunlight, because dark days are ahead. You'll get less and less light until the winter solstice, and the days will grow colder. Take solace, though, in knowing that the whole world is experiencing the very same thing. Now it's the Southern Hemisphere's turn to get ready to spend some time at the beach. BY Caitlin Schneider. Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons.
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