Spring is here! To celebrate Google has put moderation in the Northern Hemisphere with Doodle Animation featuring mouse and daffodil.The cute animation features a mouse sleep in a rather nice underground room – complete with wall pictures, a calendar, a broom and even a blanket and pillow!
Waking up to find the spring in full bloom, the mouse works up the park above, collects the daffodils that just spread out, and holds them back before placing them in a vase and decorations.
What is the spring equinox? The term translates from Latin equal (Eki) and night (NOx), marking the moment when the day and night become equal in length. Almost everywhere in the world today, day and night will be 12 hours each.
Spring equinox is also called spring equinox. According to Metro, moderation technically begins twice. On the meteorological calendar, it always begins on March 1 of each year, however, in the astronomical calendar, changes annually.
The astronomical calendar depends on the Earth’s inclination of 23.5 degrees on its axis of rotation as well as its orbit around the sun.