How to spot the Spring Triangle as the equinox approaches

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2BERRPE Spring sky panorama with Milky Way and constellations at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Canada.

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THE 20th of March marks the vernal, or spring, equinox in the northern hemisphere, and the autumn equinox in the southern hemisphere. On this day, most places in the world will get around 12 hours of daylight. The days are getting shorter in the southern hemisphere, while many of us in the northern hemisphere are looking forward to signs of spring.

But wherever you are, this is a great time to spot a pattern of stars known as the Spring Triangle. It is worth looking for no matter where you live, even in areas with light pollution, because the three…

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