Spring 2019 honored by Google on Monday (23), with a Doodle on the front page. The figure shows the earth in space, with a large flower and small plants rising over the planet. The word Google is formed by roots and foliage in a dirt soil. The illustration celebrates the arrival of the station in the southern hemisphere, and is displayed in Brazil, several countries in South America, Australia and New Zealand.
The image can be accessed on your computer and mobile phone, and contains a link that allows you to share the content on social networks and by email. By clicking on Doodle, the user is directed to the search page about the start of the new station.
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Google celebrates Southern Hemisphere Spring Equine with Doodle on search page Photo: Reproduction / Google
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Spring began in Brazil and throughout the southern hemisphere at 4:50 am, due to the Equinox phenomenon, which happens when the sun hits the equator directly, causing all areas of the planet to receive the same amount of light. Today, the day and night will last 12 equal hours in the southern and northern hemispheres. Spring runs until December 22, when summer begins.
On the official Doodles page, Google quotes a poem from Chilean Pablo Neruda to celebrate the beginning of the season:
Between the water and the light that unfurls the air / Now the inaugurated spring / Now the seed is aware of its own growth.
Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere
In the Northern Hemisphere, Google celebrates the arrival of the opposite season, Autumn 2019, which also started today. A doodle shows the earth with a dry leaf each on it, surrounded by the word Google, which is made up of yellowish branches and foliage. The figure was used in early fall in Brazil, in March this year.
Google also celebrates the arrival of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere Photo: Reproduction / Google
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